HIGHLIGHTS AND CHANGES TO SPRING 2015 ECON CLASSES
Econ 100A has been added as prerequisite option for Econ 119 and 135 (see below).
Econ 119 – Law and Economics: Contracts & Corporations
Uses economic theory to evaluate the economic effects of US law in contract law, corporate law (how large firms are organized and governed), debtor-creditor law, and bankruptcy law.
Prerequisites: Econ 2 or 100A; and Math 10A/20A
Econ 135 – Urban Economics
Economic analysis of why cities develop, patterns of land use in cities, why cities suburbanize, and the pattern of urban commuting. The course also examines problems of urban congestion, air pollution, zoning, poverty, crime, and discusses pubic policies to deal with them.
Prerequisites: Econ 2 or 100A; Math 10A/20A
Econ 198 – Intro to Nonmarket Valuation (2 units)
Examines the theory and methods for estimating the economic value of nonmarket resources (e.g. clean water, sustainability, nature-based recreation, etc.). Combines the theory and econometrics of nonmarket valuation through hands-on applications using real-world and simulated data.
Class will meet 10:00-11:20am on: 4/3, 4/6, 4/17, 4/20, 5/1, 5/4, 5/15, 5/18, 5/29, 6/1
Prerequisites: Econ 100C or Econ 131 or Econ 132 or Econ 145
- If you have not completed any of the above listed courses, your request for Department approval will be forwarded to the instructor for review, please contact us via the VAC.
- Econ 198 topics cannot be repeated for credit. As Econ 198 (SP15) is the same topic as was offered in SP14, you cannot enroll and repeat this class.
- Students can petition to combine Econ 198 with Econ 173AL – Applied Finance Laboratory (another 2 unit course) to count as a standard UD major elective.