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Associate of Arts Degree (Specialty in Economics)

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  • Objectives
    The Economics Department offers first- and second-year university transfer courses. We offer courses in the principles of economics, economics history, economic policy, environmental economics, money and banking, managerial economics and the Canadian economy. Courses are taught by classroom lecture and discussion with student presentations often required. The objective of our courses is to provide a sound understanding of market-based economies along with the policy role assumed by government.
  • Academic Title
    Associate of Arts Degree (Specialty in Economics)
  • Course description
    Semester 1

        * MATH 1125 Calc. for Social Sciences (or MATH 1120 Calculus)
        * ENGL1130 Academic Writing
        * ECON 1150 Principles of Microeconomics
        * One of : HIST or POLI
        * Elective*

    Semester 2

        * ECON 1250 Principles of Macroeconomics
        * PSYC
        * One of: BIOL, CHEM, PHYS
        * One of:
          ECON 1103 Globalization and World Economy
          ECON 1125 Intro to Economic Thought,
          ECON 1111 Canadian Economic History,
          ECON 1210 Economic History II,
          ECON 2418 History of Economic Thought
        * Elective

    Semester 3

        * Two of: (2nd Year Economics) ECON 2280, 2408, 2460, 2490, 2491
        * BUSN 2429 Business Statistics
        * ENGL
        * Humanities

    Semester 4

        * ECON 2350 Managerial Economics
        * Social Sciences elective (SOSC 2140 recommended)
        * One of: (2nd Year Economics) ECON 2280, 2408, 2460, 2490, 2491
        * Elective (2ND Year Arts other than economics)
        * Elective (2ND Year Arts)

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