ECON 4305. THE ECONOMICS OF DISCRIMINATION. 3 Hours.
Course reviews the economic theory of discrimination that arises from personal preference and social forces, that is revealed in numerous market situations. Empirical evidence of the impact on employment, careers, purchasing, business practice, and economic outcomes are studied. Students will prepare presentations on the topic. Students who receive credit for this course in the undergraduate program may not repeat the course at the Master's level. Prerequisite: ECON 2306.