ECON 3310. MICROECONOMICS. 3 Hours.
Develops the theory of consumer and firm behavior using tools of marginal analysis and game theory. Students learn the features of, and requirements for, competitive equilibrium. Examines strategies and outcomes under imperfect competition such as market power, externalities, and imperfect information. Prerequisite: ECON 2306 and 60 credit hours.
...for electives include: BLAW 3310 Legal and Ethical Environment of Business ECON 3306 Sports Economics...