3 - 4 credits depending on semester. This course examines the basic micro- and macroeconomic principles as found in the real world. The ideas of opportunity cost, supply and demand, the workings of markets, monopoly, unemployment, inflation, economic growth, international trade and other selected topics are discussed. No credit will be granted to any student taking ECN 150 who successfully completed ECN 125.
GEP, Elective credit.