Study different types of regulations and economic policy measures, and their impact on individuals, markets, and the economy. Students are prepared to use economic models, quantitative methods, and data to assess different types of regulations and policies, and their impact.
The minor in Economics of Policy and Regulations is a 16-credit requirement.
Course topics may include:
- Introductory Economics
- Principles of Economics
- Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
- Economics of Government Regulation and Firm Strategy
- Public Finance
- Law and Economics
See course catalog for details