ECON 210. Quantitative Methods for Economists. 3 Credits.
Economics is a social science that utilizes quantitative techniques to both express abstract concepts and to bring such concepts to real life through application. Logically consistent models are constructed using mathematical tools. This course is introductory. Its purpose is to introduce students to the application of quantitative methods in economics and to develop their skills in the usage of such methods. Topics will range from basic mathematical principles to specific sub-components of more advanced mathematics courses, topics having application to economic optimization problems, calculation of total values, marginal analysis, and present/future values for economic decision making.
P: University Math competency