Mar 04, 2021  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
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SMGT-235 Economics in Society and Sustainability


(3 cr.)
Repeatable for Credit: No
Economic, social, and environmental issues facing society. Traditional issues such as markets and prices (microeconomics), government economic management (macroeconomics), and international trade. Introduction of economic content into analysis of selected topics such as poverty and discrimination, the environment, and the provision of government services. Critiques of conventional economic thought, within the context of systems thinking and ecological economics, and integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite: College Algebra. For B.S. in Sustainable Management majors only or permission of Sustainable Management program director. Obtain valid permission number for registration.



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