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ECON 3302. THE ECONOMICS OF CRIME. 3 Hours.

Economic analysis of criminal activity and its impact on the allocation of scarce resources; economic models of criminal behavior, optimum allocation of criminal justice resources, public and private sector approaches to deterrence, and current issues such as gun control and drug abuse prevention. Prerequisite: ECON 2306.

Global Studies

http://catalog.uta.edu/liberalarts/globalstudies/

...TRADITIONS ECON 2305. PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS ECON 2306...2301, GLOBAL 3310, POLS 3302, or POLS 3304...

Mathematics - Undergraduate Programs

http://catalog.uta.edu/science/math/undergraduate/

...requirements . 2 ECON 2305 and ECON 2306 , passed...in Economics. 4 MATH 3302 and MATH 4313...