College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences

Program Assessment

Student Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify, compare and contrast economic theories and concepts pertaining to micro- and macroeconomic issues.
  2. Use mathematical and statistical skills to test economic theories and/or to describe and analyze real world economic relationships, events, and policies.
  3. Clearly present economic analysis in written and/or oral form using current technology.

I = Introduce; P = Practice; R = Reinforce

Undergraduate Economics Courses

Course #

Objective 1

Objective 2

Objective 3

Principles of Micro-Economics

201

I P

 

 

Principles of Macro-Economics

202

I P

 

 

Economic Statistics

322/322A

P

I P

P

Intermediate Microeconomic Theory

401

I P

P

 

Distribution of Income and Factor Pricing

402

I P

P

 

Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory

403

I P

P

 

Intl. Trade Theory and Policy

404

P

 

 

Intl. Finance & Open Economy Macroeconomics

405

P

 

 

Introduction to Mathematical Economics

406

P

I P

 

History of Economic Thought

407

P R

 

 

Money and Banking

408

I P

 

 

Economic History of the U.S.

409

P R

 

 

Public Finance

410

P

 

 

Economic Development

411

P R

 

 

Comparative Economic Systems

412

P R

 

 

Labor Economics

414

I P

 

Socioeconomics of War and Peace

417

P R

 

 

Policies of Need and Greed

420

I P R

 

 

Introductory Econometric Methods

421/421A

P

I P

P

Economic Forecasting

422/422A

P

I P

P

Economic Programming and Optimization Analysis

423/423A

P R

I P

P R

Seminar in Natural Resource Economics

429

P R

I P

P R

Seminar in Urban Economics

432

P R

 

P R

Seminar in Environmental Economics

435

P R

I P

P R

Seminar in Air Resource Economics

436

P R

 

P R

Seminar in Water Resource Economics

439

P R

 

P R

Industrial Organization

440

P R

P R 

Industry Studies

441

P R

 

P

Economy-wide Country Studies

442

P R

 

P

Economics of Capital Markets

450

P R

 

P

Senior Seminar

462

P R

R

P R

Senior Seminar

463

P R

R

P R

Graduate Preparation - Micro

499

 P R

I P R

 

Graduate Preparation - Quant

499

 P R

I P R

 

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