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Undergraduate Courses in Economics

The Department of Economics offers over 100 undergraduate courses throughout the academic year including core courses in microeconomics, macroeconomics, econometrics, operations research, and elective courses in various fields.  Information on our courses can be found in the corresponding pages on the left.  Should you have additional questions not covered by the information contained or resources listed on this Web site, please send a message through the Virtual Advising Center.

 

TENTATIVE Course offerings: Summer Session & FA20

If a professor (or STAFF) is listed in the term, the course is currently scheduled to be offered in that term. The number of lectures per class is shown by the number of instructors (or staff) listed, for example, in Fall 2019, there are two classes of ECON 100A, taught by Famulari, so she is listed two times.

 
Please note that all course offerings are subject to change.

Instructors' names for those listed as STAFF are forthcoming and will be posted as soon as possible.

Note: there is a comprehensive list of elective courses sorted by interest here. Academic Senate approved Economic courses, with title, course descriptions and prerequisites are here.

The below course description has been updated but does not appear in the Catalog yet.

Last updated:  February 18, 2020

  Spring
2020
Summer 1
2020
Summer 2
2020
Fall
2020
Lower Division

ECON 1: 
Principles of Microeconomics

Tocoian
Tocoian
Staff Famulari
Famulari
Levkoff
Levkoff
Tocoian
Tocoian
ECON 2: 
Market Imperfections & Policy
  Levkoff Tocoian

ECON 3: 
Principles of Macroeconomics

Gibson
Gibson
Staff Staff

ECON 4: 
Financial Accounting

Levkoff Levkoff Anderson Levkoff

ECON 5:
Data Analytics/Social Sciences

Staff
Upper Division
ECON 100A: 
Microeconomics A
Sinitsyn
Sinitsyn
Tocoian
Machina
Sinitsyn
Machina Sinitsyn
Sinitsyn
ECON 100AH:
Honors Microecon A
Machina
Machina
ECON 100B: 
Microeconomics B
Levkoff
Levkoff
Machina Galperti Sinitsyn
ECON 100C: 
Microeconomics C
Boomhower
Boohhower
Sinitsyn Tocoian
Du
Du
Du

ECON 100CH:
Honors Microecon C

Andreoni
ECON 102:
Globalization
Muendler
Muendler
ECON 105: Industrial
Organiz & Firm Strategy
Staff
ECON 109: 
Game Theory
Newhouse
Newhouse
Newhouse
Staff
Newhouse
ECON 110A: 
Macroeconomics A
Candido Rondina Alon
Alon
ECON 110B: 
Macroeconomics B
Candido Levkoff Levkoff Candido
ECON 113:
Mathematical Economics
Toda
ECON 116:
Economic Development
Bharadwaj
ECON 117:
Economic Growth
Machina
ECON 120A: 
Econometrics A
O Staff Staff Candido
Candido
ECON 120B: 
Econometrics B
Ma
Ma
Staff Sun O
ECON 120C: 
Econometrics C

O

Wuthrich

Sun O
O
ECON 125: Demographic
Analysis & Forecasting
Tayman
ECON 130:
Public Policy
Tang
ECON 131: 
Economics of the Environment
Nieto Nieto Jacobsen
Jacobsen
ECON 134:
The U.S. Social Safety Net
Gelber

ECON 135:
Urban Economics

Nieto
ECON 138:
Economics of Discrimination
Bharadwaj Bharadwaj
ECON 142: 
Behavioral Economics
Trevino
ECON 144: Economics
of Conservation
Squires
ECON 146: 
Economic Stabilization
Cohen
ECON 151: Public
Econ: Expenditures I
Meckel Meckel
ECON 164: The Indian Economy Muralidharan
ECON 164T: Special Topics/Indian Econ CANCELLED 2/13/2020 Muralidharan
ECON 165: 
Middle East Economics
Rauch Rauch
ECON 171: 
Decisions Under Uncertainty
Newhouse Newhouse
Newhouse
ECON 172A: 
Operations Research A
Newhouse
ECON 172B:
Operations Research B
Newhouse
ECON 173A: 
Financial Investments
Gibson O Toda
ECON 173B: 
Corporate Finance
Ramey, G.
ECON 174: Financial
Risk Management
O
ECON 176:
Marketing
Sinitsyn
ECON 178: Economic & Business Forecast Zhu
Zhu
ECON 191A: 
Sr. Essay Seminar A
Cullen