EC277

EC277 – Principles of Microeconomics

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Course ID
EC277
Department
Economics
Level
Undergraduate
Semester
Fall 2022, Fall 2022: Term 1: August 15 -December 2, 2022, Fall 2022: Term 4: October 11 -December 2, 2022, Spring 2022: Term 1: January 10-April 29, Spring 2022: Term 2: January 10-March 4, Spring 2022: Term 3: January 31-March 11, Spring 2022: Term 4: March 14-May 6, Spring 2022: Term 5: March 21-April 29, Summer 2022: Term 1: May 9 - July 29
Credit
3
Method
Online

EC277 Principles of Microeconomics Microeconomics will focus on the decisions of households and business firms. Students will learn to associate the concept of elasticity and the theory of consumer choice to real world experiences. The nature of business firms will be explored. To further understand how business firms make decisions, the student will examine the firm’s production costs and how inputs are transformed into outputs. The any forms of competition and the role of the government in those competitive forms will also be explored. The rules to hire resources will be presented. Microeconomic applications will help students to develop insights into issues ranging from the environment to income distribution to health care to international economics.

Prerequisite: None

Required Text

EC277 Principles of Microeconomics is equivalent to

  • Dodge City Community College – ECON102 Principles of Microeconomics
  • Pratt Community College – BUS277 Principles of Microeconomics
  • Seward County Community College – EC2223 Principles of Microeconomics

Please contact your school counselor if you have a question about the equivalency for this course.