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ECONOMICS LEARNING OUTCOMES

Students who have completed the requirements will:

  • Understand theories and principles in microeconomics including price theory, market structure, trade-offs, comparative advantage, factor markets, consumer theory, public goods, externalities and market failure. Apply these principles to analyze economic issues
  • Understand theories and principles in macroeconomics including national income accounting, models of output determination, models of aggregate demand and supply, the money market, fiscal policy and monetary policy. Apply these principles to analyze economic issues
  • Communicate through presentations about specific economic issues
  • Acquire quantitative skills used in economic analyses
  • Graduate study in economics, public policy, international development, business administration, finance, and law
  • Careers in banking, finance, business, industry, government, and public policy

Note: Learning goals are subject to regular review and revision.