ECON 110: Introduction to Microeconomics
Number of Sections: 1 | Days and Times: Wednesday & Friday (9:15-10:45 AM ICT)
This course is an introduction to Microeconomics from a very broad perspective. Microeconomics is the science of how people use resources. A large part is about decision making: Which is the best route for going to school, and should I walk or take the bus? Can I get a dog as a pet, should I buy vegetables in the market in the morning or in the afternoon, and why are the prices different in different cities? This course is a foundation course which is needed in order to follow higher level courses in the Economics module.
Prerequisite: Calculus I