211 Principles of Economics I (Macroeconomics) (3-0-3). An introductory analysis of macroeconomics concepts and issues, emphasizing aggregate demand, supply, and fiscal and monetary policies. Analysis of macroeconomic problems related to the American economy.
212 Principles of Economics II (Microeconomics) (3-0-3). Analysis of consumption and production behavior of household and business organizations. Topics include price and resource allocation and the behavior of firms under different types of market structure.
250 Individual and Family Financial Management (3-0-3). An overview of personal and family financial management. Analysis of financial situations of individuals and families; assessment of needs for cash and credit management, insurance, tax savings, and investments; introduction to components of a comprehensive family financial plan. This course may not be used to substitute for or be used to waive any business core course. PR: ACT score of 19 or COMPASS test score of 59 (eligibility for MATH 101).