Doctor or Philosophy and Master of Arts Students
From left to right, Laura Robison MA, Benjamin Jones MA, Jeffrey Felardo Ph.D., Christopher Erwin MA, and Kara Walter MA
Bachelor of Arts Students
Nepal Study Center, University of New Mexico
New Course & Prerequisite Announcment-ECON 307 Economics Tools
Beginning in Fall 2013, ECON 300-Intermediate Microeconomics and ECON 303-Intermediate Macroeconomics will have an additional pre-requisite: ECON 307-Economics Tools (New course! See below!) OR MATH 180-Elements of Calculus I OR MATH 162-Calculus I. For the 2013-14 academic year, the new requirement will be a co-requisite, meaning you may take the requirement the same semester you take ECON 300 or ECON 303. Beginning Fall 2014, you will need to have completed the requirement before enrolling in ECON 300 and 303.
Coming soon! ECON 307--Economics Tools. This course will equip Economics majors and minors with the math, data analysis, and writing tools that will help them succeed in our upper division courses. Half of the course will be devoted to math for economics and half will be devoted to managing and analyzing data in Excel, and interpreting results using standard scientific report writing. This course will satisfy the new pre-requisite for ECON 300 and ECON 303.
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