[ECON 211] Intermediate Microeconomics


Microeconomics is the study of how households and firms allocate scarce resources to competing ends. Students learn to use economic models and optimizing techniques to address a variety of decision-making processes, including consumer utility optimization and producer profit maximization in the context of competitive markets, monopoly, oligopoly, and monopolistic competition.

Course Title

Intermediate Microeconomics

Course Code

ECON 211

Units

1

Fulfills Domain/Capstone Requirements

3B

Prerequisites

Prerequisite: Economics 199 and sophomore standing.

Frequency

Offered most semesters.

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