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ECON1010 - Survey Of Economics

Fall 2020

Survey of Economics is an introductory survey of the major elements of economics. Students will learn to apply economic analysis to understand macroeconomic and microeconomic issues. Among the topics covered are the operation of markets, fiscal and monetary policies, and international economics. This one semester course fulfills the Economics component of the Robert Morris University Core. (Students in some programs are required to take alternative courses to fulfill the requirement. For example, this course is not open to B.S.B.A. students.)
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040 or MATH2070
3 Credits

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 M  Monday
 T  Tuesday
 W  Wednesday
 R  Thursday
 F  Friday
 S  Saturday
 U  Sunday

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Credits: 3
Days: T R
Location: Moon
Room: Hale Center 301
Time: 09:30-10:45 am
Instructor: O´Roark
Session: 1 (08/31 - 12/18/20)
Term: Fall 2020
Virtual Rotation: (details)
   
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040 or MATH2070

Credits: 3
Days: T R
Location: Moon
Room: Patrick Henry HOP
Time: 08:00-09:15 am
Instructor: O´Roark
Session: 1 (08/31 - 12/18/20)
Term: Fall 2020
Virtual Rotation: (details)
   
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040 or MATH2070

Credits: 3
Days: ONLINE
Location: Internet/ Online
Room:
Time: -
Instructor: O´Roark
Session: 2 (08/29 - 10/23/20)
Term: Fall 2020
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040 or MATH2070
Course is taught Fully Online.

Credits: 3
Days: ONLINE
Location: Internet/ Online
Room:
Time: -
Instructor: Dunn
Session: 1 (08/31 - 12/18/20)
Term: Fall 2020
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040 or MATH2070
Course is taught Fully Online.

Credits: 3
Days: ONLINE
Location: Internet/ Online
Room:
Time: -
Instructor: Dunn
Session: 1 (08/31 - 12/18/20)
Term: Fall 2020
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040 or MATH2070
Course is taught Fully Online.

Credits: 3
Days: ONLINE
Location: Internet/ Online
Room:
Time: -
Instructor: O´Roark
Session: 1 (08/31 - 12/18/20)
Term: Fall 2020
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040 or MATH2070
Course is taught Fully Online.

Credits: 3
Days: M W F
Location: Moon
Room: Massey Hall THE
Time: 10:00-10:50 am
Instructor: Hunnewell
Session: 1 (08/31 - 12/18/20)
Term: Fall 2020
Virtual Rotation: (details)
   
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040 or MATH2070

Credits: 3
Days: ONLINE
Location: Internet/ Online
Room:
Time: -
Instructor: O´Roark
Session: 2 (01/09 - 03/05/21)
Term: Spring 2021
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040 or MATH2070
Course is taught Fully Online.

Credits: 3
Days: ONLINE
Location: Internet/ Online
Room:
Time: -
Instructor: Foreman
Session: 1 (01/14 - 04/30/21)
Term: Spring 2021
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040 or MATH2070
Course is taught Fully Online.

Credits: 3
Days: T R
Location: Moon
Room: Patrick Henry HOP
Time: 08:00-09:15 am
Instructor: O´Roark
Session: 1 (01/14 - 04/30/21)
Term: Spring 2021
Virtual Rotation: (details)
   
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040 or MATH2070

Credits: 3
Days: T R
Location: Moon
Room: Patrick Henry HOP
Time: 09:30-10:45 am
Instructor: O´Roark
Session: 1 (01/14 - 04/30/21)
Term: Spring 2021
Virtual Rotation: (details)
   
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040 or MATH2070

Credits: 3
Days: T R
Location: Moon
Room: Patrick Henry HOP
Time: 12:30-01:45 pm
Instructor: Hunnewell
Session: 1 (01/14 - 04/30/21)
Term: Spring 2021
Virtual Rotation: (details)
   
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040 or MATH2070


ECON1020 - Principles Of Macroeconomics

Fall 2020

This course covers scarcity, determination of price by supply and demand, measurement of macroeconomic activity, modeling an economy, fiscal and monetary policies, and the basics of international trade and finance.
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040, MATH2070 OR STAT2110
3 Credits

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Credits: 3
Days: M W F
Location: Moon
Room: Yorktown Hall FRS
Time: 01:00-01:50 pm
Instructor: Sharma
Session: 1 (08/31 - 12/18/20)
Term: Fall 2020
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040, MATH2070 OR STAT2110

Credits: 3
Days: M W F
Location: Moon
Room: Yorktown Hall WST
Time: 12:00-12:50 pm
Instructor: Sharma
Session: 1 (08/31 - 12/18/20)
Term: Fall 2020
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040, MATH2070 OR STAT2110

Credits: 3
Days: M W F
Location: Moon
Room: Yorktown Hall WST
Time: 11:00-11:50 am
Instructor: Sharma
Session: 1 (08/31 - 12/18/20)
Term: Fall 2020
Virtual Rotation: (details)
   
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040, MATH2070 OR STAT2110

Credits: 3
Days: ONLINE
Location: Internet/ Online
Room:
Time: -
Instructor: Yang
Session: 1 (08/31 - 12/18/20)
Term: Fall 2020
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040, MATH2070 OR STAT2110
Course is taught Fully Online.

Credits: 3
Days: ONLINE
Location: Internet/ Online
Room:
Time: -
Instructor: Yang
Session: 1 (08/31 - 12/18/20)
Term: Fall 2020
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040, MATH2070 OR STAT2110
Course is taught Fully Online.

Credits: 3
Days: ONLINE
Location: Internet/ Online
Room:
Time: -
Instructor: Foreman
Session: 1 (08/31 - 12/18/20)
Term: Fall 2020
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040, MATH2070 OR STAT2110
Course is taught Fully Online.

Credits: 3
Days: ONLINE
Location: Internet/ Online
Room:
Time: -
Instructor: Yang
Session: 1 (01/14 - 04/30/21)
Term: Spring 2021
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040, MATH2070 OR STAT2110
Course is taught Fully Online.

Credits: 3
Days: M W F
Location: Moon
Room: Patrick Henry HOP
Time: 02:00-02:50 pm
Instructor: Sharma
Session: 1 (01/14 - 04/30/21)
Term: Spring 2021
Virtual Rotation: (details)
   
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040, MATH2070 OR STAT2110

Credits: 3
Days: M W F
Location: Moon
Room: Patrick Henry HOP
Time: 11:00-11:50 am
Instructor: Sharma
Session: 1 (01/14 - 04/30/21)
Term: Spring 2021
Virtual Rotation: (details)
   
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040, MATH2070 OR STAT2110

Credits: 3
Days: M W F
Location: Moon
Room: Patrick Henry HOP
Time: 01:00-01:50 pm
Instructor: Sharma
Session: 1 (01/14 - 04/30/21)
Term: Spring 2021
Virtual Rotation: (details)
   
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040, MATH2070 OR STAT2110


ECON1030 - Principles Of Microeconomics

Fall 2020

This course covers scarcity, determination of price by supply and demand, theories of individual behavior, market failures, profit maximization, market structures, and pricing of productive factors.
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040, MATH2070 OR STAT2110
3 Credits

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Credits: 3
Days: ONLINE
Location: Internet/ Online
Room:
Time: -
Instructor: Abdelwahab
Session: 1 (08/31 - 12/18/20)
Term: Fall 2020
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040, MATH2070 OR STAT2110
Course is taught Fully Online.

Credits: 3
Days: T R
Location: Moon
Room: Patrick Henry HOP
Time: 11:00-12:15 pm
Instructor: Lu
Session: 1 (08/31 - 12/18/20)
Term: Fall 2020
Virtual Rotation: (details)
   
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040, MATH2070 OR STAT2110

Credits: 3
Days: ONLINE
Location: Internet/ Online
Room:
Time: -
Instructor: Abdelwahab
Session: 1 (08/31 - 12/18/20)
Term: Fall 2020
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040, MATH2070 OR STAT2110
Course is taught Fully Online.

Credits: 3
Days: ONLINE
Location: Internet/ Online
Room:
Time: -
Instructor: Lu
Session: 4 (10/24 - 12/18/20)
Term: Fall 2020
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040, MATH2070 OR STAT2110
Course is taught Fully Online.

Credits: 3
Days: T R
Location: Moon
Room: Upmc Events Center HL5
Time: 09:30-10:45 am
Instructor: Lu
Session: 1 (08/31 - 12/18/20)
Term: Fall 2020
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040, MATH2070 OR STAT2110

Credits: 3
Days: ONLINE
Location: Internet/ Online
Room:
Time: -
Instructor: Lu
Session: 2 (01/09 - 03/05/21)
Term: Spring 2021
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040, MATH2070 OR STAT2110
Course is taught Fully Online.

Credits: 3
Days: M W F
Location: Moon
Room: Massey Hall THE
Time: 01:00-01:50 pm
Instructor: Abdelwahab
Session: 1 (01/14 - 04/30/21)
Term: Spring 2021
Virtual Rotation: (details)
   
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040, MATH2070 OR STAT2110

Credits: 3
Days: M W F
Location: Moon
Room: Yorktown Hall WST
Time: 02:00-02:50 pm
Instructor: Abdelwahab
Session: 1 (01/14 - 04/30/21)
Term: Spring 2021
Virtual Rotation: (details)
   
Prerequisite: MATH0900, MATH1010, MATH1020, MATH1050, MATH2040, MATH2070 OR STAT2110


ECON1035 - Honors Prin Of Microeconomics

Fall 2020


3 Credits

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Credits: 3
Days: ONLINE
Location: Internet/ Online
Room:
Time: -
Instructor: Lu
Session: 1 (01/14 - 04/30/21)
Term: Spring 2021
Course is taught Fully Online.


ECON3020 - Intermediate Macroeconomics

Fall 2020

This course is designed to deal with concepts of national income accounting and theories of aggregate economic behavior. Relationships among income, employment, and the price level are studied. Attention is also given to counter-cyclical and other public policy measures.
Prerequisites: ECON1010 or ECON1020 and ECON1030 or ECON1035
3 Credits

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ECON3030 - Intermediate Microeconomics

Fall 2020

This course has been designed as an inquiry into the decision-making processes of consumers and firms. Such material, while being based upon theoretical reasoning, is of particular relevance for students majoring in marketing and business administration. The course explores the behavior of firms in various market structures, such as perfect and imperfect competition.
Prerequisite: ECON1020 and ECON1030/ECON1035
3 Credits

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Credits: 3
Days: T R
Location: Moon
Room: Nicholson Center 415
Time: 12:30-01:45 pm
Instructor: O´Roark
Session: 1 (08/31 - 12/18/20)
Term: Fall 2020
Virtual Rotation: (details)
   
Prerequisite: ECON1020 and ECON1030/ECON1035


ECON3050 - Free Market Economics

Fall 2020

This course deals with the concept of a free market economy and how a model of economic freedom and limited government is related to political liberty and economic efficiency. Major topics include a study of economics of socialism and capitalism, the "invisible hand" in capitalism, the "fatal conceit" in socialism, the utopian models of laissez-faire capitalism and egalitarian Marxism, and the economic goals of growth, freedom, equity, full employment, price stability, and efficiency
Prerequisites: ECON1010 or ECON1020 and ECON1030 or ECON1035
3 Credits

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Credits: 3
Days: T R
Location: Moon
Room: Business School 106
Time: 12:30-01:45 pm
Instructor: O´Roark
Session: 1 (01/14 - 04/30/21)
Term: Spring 2021
Virtual Rotation: (details)
   
Prerequisites: ECON1010 or ECON1020 and ECON1030 or ECON1035


ECON3060 - Environmental Economics

Fall 2020

This course is an undergraduate level introduction to the basic principles of environmental economics as they have been developed and as they evolve in the era of sustainability and green business practices. Basic economic concepts and models are adapted to the context of environmental issues. Lectures, discussions, and activities focus on topics such as emission trading programs, green taxes, markets for green goods, valuing health outcomes, the economics of pest resistance, and the idea of charging for solid waste.
Prerequisites: ECON1010 OR ECON1020 and ECON1030 OR ECON1035
3 Credits

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Credits: 3
Days: M W F
Location: Moon
Room: Patrick Henry 306
Time: 02:00-02:50 pm
Instructor: Yang
Session: 1 (08/31 - 12/18/20)
Term: Fall 2020
Prerequisites: ECON1010 OR ECON1020 and ECON1030 OR ECON1035


ECON3070 - Econ Of Professional Sports

Fall 2020

This course provides students with a framework to analyze professional sports. The course will be focused on economic analysis of sports--primarily football, basketball, baseball, and hockey. Economic theory will be employed to explain and evaluate such issues as industry growth and change, labor market activity, antitrust concerns, and the role of the local government in franchise and facility development. While the primary focus will be on U.S. sports, students will also be expected to demonstrate an understanding of economic issues involved in international sports.
Prerequisites: (ECON1020 and ECON1030 or ECON1035) or ECON1010
3 Credits

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No Courses Found

ECON3100 - United States Economic History

Fall 2020

This course is a survey of the causal factors and institutional adaptations to the growth of production, distribution, and exchange of goods and services in the United States from colonial days to World War II. Special emphasis is put on such factors as technological change, expanded labor and resource usage, education, and investment incentives.
Prerequisites: (ECON1020 and ECON1030 or ECON1035) or ECON1010
3 Credits

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No Courses Found

ECON3200 - Labor Economics

Fall 2020

This course focuses on how labor markets operate. Course topics include wage theory, unemployment and poverty, the historical development of the labor movement and unions, governmental and employer policies, discrimination, collective bargaining, and the position of labor in alternative and comparative economic systems.
Prerequisites: (ECON1020 and ECON1030 or ECON1035) or ECON1010
3 Credits

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No Courses Found

ECON3300 - Economics Of Entrepreneurship

Fall 2020

This course will focus on developing students' appreciation of the role of entrepreneurs and technological advance in economic growth. Through case studies, students will learn about new business models that have been developed in the digital age and the sharing economy, and apply economic analysis to understand how these differ from traditional competitors and the industries that have been disrupted. Students will learn that in order to determine how a new enterprise can compete in an existing industry and whether profits can be sustained over a long period of time, entrepreneurs need a solid understanding of entry and exit conditions, cost structures, comparative advantage, and competitive strategies under different market structures. This course is designed for students from all majors and backgrounds, understanding that the complex problems facing the world today require innovative solutions from a variety of perspectives.
Prerequisites: (ECON1020 and ECON1030 or ECON1035) or ECON1010
3 Credits

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No Courses Found

ECON3400 - Money and Banking

Fall 2020

This course is an exploration of the underlying economic functions of the important credit and financial institutions. Topics discussed include deposit creation, bank reserves, organization and operation of commercial banks, bank statements, and portfolio policies. Students study the Federal Reserve System, monetary policy, and the relation of banking institutions to Treasury financing and to the United States economic system.
Prerequisites: ECON1010 or ECON1020 and ECON1030 or ECON1035
3 Credits

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Credits: 3
Days: ONLINE
Location: Internet/ Online
Room:
Time: -
Instructor: Lu
Session: 2 (01/09 - 03/05/21)
Term: Spring 2021
Prerequisites: ECON1010 or ECON1020 and ECON1030 or ECON1035
Communication Skills Section.
Course is taught Fully Online.


ECON3500 - Introduction To Econometrics

Fall 2020

This course emphasizes applying statistical models to economic data. Regression analysis and estimation of economic models are discussed. Topics include violations of the basic assumptions of the regression model, dummy variables, logit and probit, and analysis of variance.
Prerequisites: MGMT2100 or STAT2110 or ASCI2010 and ECON1020 and ECON1030 (ECON1035) or ECON1010
3 Credits

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Credits: 3
Days: T R
Location: Moon
Room: Business School 106
Time: 11:00-12:15 pm
Instructor: Lu
Session: 1 (01/14 - 04/30/21)
Term: Spring 2021
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Prerequisites: MGMT2100 or STAT2110 or ASCI2010 and ECON1020 and ECON1030 (ECON1035) or ECON1010


ECON3600 - Health Economics

Fall 2020

This course will introduce basic concepts of health economics. Course topics provide an overview of the major economic players in health and health care and economic models that may be applied in health care settings. We will cover demand for and supply of health, health insurance, physician care, hospital care, prescription drugs and end of life care. The course will cover government involvement in health care and public health economics. Topics will include the markets for health insurance, physician care and hopital care, countervailing power in health care markets, government regulations and externalities.
Prerequisite: ECON1010 or ECON 1030 or ECON1035
3 Credits

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No Courses Found

ECON4150 - Behavioral Economics

Fall 2020

This course serves as an introduction to behavioral economics for undergraduate students. Behavioral economics offers an interdisciplinary approach that incorporates insights from economics and other social sciences. Students will be exposed to new developments in economic theory that attempt to integrate psychological assumptions about human behavior into traditional economic models. These new developments help explain observed behavioral patterns that commonly occur but are paradoxical for traditional models. This course provides an important foundation for bridging the gap between economic theory and observations in real life. In addition, it introduces students to new models and tools that can better predict individual behavior and evaluate the effectiveness of government policies.
Prerequisites: ECON1010 or ECON1020 and ECON1030 or ECON1035 and 60 credits
3 Credits

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Credits: 3
Days: M W F
Location: Moon
Room: Hale Center 207
Time: 01:00-01:50 pm
Instructor: Yang
Session: 1 (01/14 - 04/30/21)
Term: Spring 2021
Prerequisites: ECON1010 or ECON1020 and ECON1030 or ECON1035 and 60 credits


ECON4200 - Bus Enterprise/Public Policy

Fall 2020

This course addresses the legal, political, and economic framework of business-government relationships, regulation and public ownership, and government promotion of competition and policing of market practice.
Prerequisites: (ECON1020 and ECON1030 or ECON1035) or ECON1010
3 Credits

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No Courses Found

ECON4500 - International Trade/Finance

Fall 2020

This course examines the theory of comparative advantage as the basis for international trade and specialization. The major part of the course is devoted to the international monetary system and covers the foreign exchange market, concepts of balance of payments, mechanisms of balance-of-payment adjustments, and international capital movements. The effects of tariffs, other barriers to trade, and restrictions on foreign exchange movements are analyzed.
Prerequisites: ECON1010 or ECON1020 and ECON1030 or ECON1035
3 Credits

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Credits: 3
Days: T R
Location: Moon
Room: Hale Center 302
Time: 02:00-03:15 pm
Instructor: Lu
Session: 1 (08/31 - 12/18/20)
Term: Fall 2020
Prerequisites: ECON1010 or ECON1020 and ECON1030 or ECON1035


ECON4700 - Seminar On Research In Econ

Fall 2020

This course develops efficiency and skill in conducting research and communicating the results with written and oral presentations. The rhetoric and methodology of economic research is examined. Particular emphasis is placed on the role of communication skills in economic analysis.
Prerequisites: (ECON1020 AND ECON1030 or ECON1035) or ECON1010
3 Credits

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No Courses Found

ECON4800 - Applied Managerial Economics

Fall 2020

This course demonstrates the application of economics principles and analytical models to managerial decisions involving optimal allocation of business resources. Among the topics covered are demand analysis and optimal pricing, estimation and forecast of demand, production functions and various cost concepts, pricing and output strategies under different market structures, game theory, antitrust regulation, asymmetric information, and decision-making under uncertainty.
Prerequisites: ECON1010 or ECON1020 and ECON1030 or ECON1035
3 Credits

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ECON4803 - Economics Practicum

Fall 2020

Under the guidance of an economics faculty member, the student will complete 120 hours of documented experience of a practicum at a university-approved site. The student's experience may be volunteer or paid position that is directly related to the field of economics. Participation in professional activities allow students to experience the work environment in their chosen field, make informed career choices, and enhance their employment credentials. These experiences reinforce the connection between the classroom and the diverse workplaces that employ sociologists through the application of classroom theories to actual occupational problems This course requires 1320 hours on site, as well as the completion of the academic requirements established by the Department of Social Sciences.
Prerequisite: 90 Credits, Department Head Approval
3 Credits

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No Courses Found

ECON4850 - Senior Research Project

Fall 2020

This is the capstone course for economics majors. Building upon the content knowledge achieved in prior coursework, this course provides students with an opportunity to work with a faculty mentor and the senior research project director to compete and present a research project. Topics to be explored include the evaluation of existing research, selecting and refining a research topic, utilizing databases in the social sciences, research methods, and writing a research report. Students will conduct an approved research project, write a report, create a PowerPoint slides and present their project to the class.
Prerequisite: 90 Credits, Department Head Approval
3 Credits

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Credits: 3
Days: M W F
Location: Moon
Room: Wheatley Center ATR
Time: 12:00-12:50 pm
Instructor: Mccarthy
Session: 1 (08/31 - 12/18/20)
Term: Fall 2020
Prerequisite: 90 Credits, Department Head Approval
Communication Skills Section.

Credits: 3
Days: M W F
Location: Moon
Room: Upmc Events Center 1-4
Time: 12:00-12:50 pm
Instructor: Mccarthy
Session: 1 (01/14 - 04/30/21)
Term: Spring 2021
Prerequisite: 90 Credits, Department Head Approval
Communication Skills Section.


ECON4913 - Internship/Co-Op

Fall 2020

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3 Credits

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