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ECON 351, Intermediate Microeconomics, 3 Units

This course expands the concepts and tools of economic analysis developed in the Principles of Microeconomics course. The course develops more in-depth models of interactions in society: consumer choice, firm decisions, perfect and imperfect competition. Issues of uncertainty and strategic interaction are addressed as well as extensions to multiple markets.

Prerequisite: ECON 251; MATH 151 or MATH 161 & acceptance into the School of Business & Management.