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STATS 110 : Statistical Methods in Engineering and The Physical Sciences

University: Stanford University

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Statistics is a branch of studies or science that constitutes collection, classification, analysis and interpretation of data. With the help of Statistics the data is transformed into information to observe the relationship between the variables or other things. This course gives us an introduction to statistics that emphasizes on the modern engineering applications. Students can learn and explore the vital and main concepts of statistics from this course that includes the theory of probability...

STATS 141: Biostatistics (BIO 141)

University: Stanford University

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The course is intended for the students from different fields such as mathematical, physical and engineering sciences to learn the current issues based on computational biology and bioinformatics. The Topics includes methods of measure regarding locations of protein and DNA interaction, the gene expression through microarrays and sequencing and its principles, the applications of the above techniques that are used in gene regulation study, approaches related to...

BIOMEDIN 366: Computational Biology (STATS 166, STATS 366)

University: Stanford University

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This is an introduction to statistical methods using biological data that includes description of data numerically and graphically, concepts of probability and methods of statistical inference that includes hypothesis tests and confidence intervals. Also intermediate statistical methods includes comparing groups in analysis of variance...

STATS 191: Introduction to Applied Statistics

University: Stanford University

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This includes statistical tool for the analysis of modern data. Also, concepts of regression and prediction, the bootstrap re-sampling method in estimation, the fundamentals of ANOVA, and cross-validation are provided. More emphasis is given on conceptions rather than...

STATS 201: Elementary Statistical Inference

University: Texas A&M University

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This course includes a detailed knowledge about data collection and how data are presented and tabulated. Also, the basics of the details of the tools of statistical inference are also provided. It also includes-The idea and basic concepts of probability; the rules of sampling and...

STATS 203: Introduction to Regression Models and Analysis of Variance

University: Stanford University

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Inclusion of modeling and interpreting observational and experimental data by using methods such as linear and nonlinear regression. Also the methods of selecting models and how to build models are been provided. Topics such as multivariate analysis, experimental...

STATS 211: Principles of Statistics I

University: Texas A&M University

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This course emphasizes on the probability and probability distributions both discrete and continuous; the methods of sampling and ideas of the descriptive statistic and its measures; the basics...

STATS 212: Applied Statistics with SAS

University: Stanford University

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This includes the performance of data analysis and the use of a statistical tool, -"SAS". The topics related to this course includes description of data and reading of data, longitudinal and dates data, concepts of categorical or qualitative data, non-parametric comparisons, analysis of multivariate data, correlation and regression, multiple regression and how macros and arrays should be used in SAS...

STATS 225: Mechanical Engineering Statistics

University: Texas A&M University

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This includes the important statistical concepts related to design, production, improvement and development of product. The idea of process or service and description of the various discrete and continuous probability models is also provided. Also the details...

STATS 301: Introduction to Biometry

University: Texas A&M University

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This course is designed for the students studying animal sciences. It gives us an introduction to the fundamental concepts related to biometry that includes some topics - The measure of location or central tendency and the measure of dispersion or variation, the basics of probability theory, the concept of the tests of significance, the idea of correlation and...

STATS 302: Statistical Methods

University: Texas A&M University

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This course is designed for the undergraduate students studying biological sciences and agriculture other than agricultural economics. It gives us an introduction to the fundamental concepts of statistics that includes the following topics...

STATS 303: Statistical Methods

University: Texas A&M University

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This course is designed for the undergraduate students studying social sciences. It gives us an introduction to the fundamental concepts of statistics that includes the following topics - The random sampling and concept of statistical inference, the theory of estimation and testing...

STATS 307: Sample Survey Techniques

University: Texas A&M University

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This course is all about the techniques in sample survey. How a sample is obtained from a population and the details of a population and a sample have been discussed here. Also, here we will study about the sampling design and the different methods of sampling such as questionnaire design etc...

STATS 407: Principles of Sample Surveys

University: Texas A&M University

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This course also gives us an insight into the sample survey techniques and its principles. Here we will learn the technique of reducing the variance. Topics included in this course are-Simple Random Sampling with or without replacement, Stratified Sampling and post stratification...

STATS 408: Introduction to Linear Models

University: Texas A&M University

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The basic idea of the linear models and parameter estimation of the models forms the basis of this course. The emphasis is given on the least square method of estimation with the help of which we estimate the parameters of the models...

STATS 414: Introduction to Probability Theory

University: The Pennsylvania State University

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This chapter covers the basics of probability theory that gives details of probability space , the differentiation of discrete and continuous random variables. Apart from these the method for finding expectations and the procedure of performing transformations.....

STATS 414: Mathematical Statistics I

University: Texas A&M University

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This chapter covers the basics of probability theory that gives details of probability space , the differentiation of discrete and continuous random variables. Apart from these the method for finding expectations and the procedure of performing transformations.....

STATS 415: Introduction to Mathematical Statistics

University: The Pennsylvania State University

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This chapter emphasizes on the mathematical statistics and statistical inference. The different estimation methods and testing procedure. The details of regression analysis and testing of more than two means i.e ANOVA. Chi-square method description.....

STATS 415: Mathematical Statistics II

University: Texas A&M University

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This course is the continuation of the previous course that includes the concepts of the sampling distribution and the limiting distributions. Also, the course gives us an idea of the principles of the testing procedures.....

STATS 464: Applied Nonparametric Statistics

University: The Pennsylvania State University

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The chapter gives us an insight into the methods of Non-parametric statistics and its application. Tests of dependent and independent samples for nominal and ordinal data such as correlation and chi-square test are included here.....

STATS 480: Introduction to SAS

University: The Pennsylvania State University

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This chapter gives us an introduction to the SAS software and calculation, summarization of data.....

STATS 481: Intermediate SAS for Data Management

University: The Pennsylvania State University

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This consists of Intermediate SAS for managing data. This gives the details about managing data through SAS.....

STATS 482: Advanced Statistical Procedures in SAS

University: The Pennsylvania State University

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The chapter tells us how different important statistical procedures are performed using various SAS functions.....

STATS 483: Statistical Analysis System Programming

University: The Pennsylvania State University

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This is an introduction to programming for advanced and intermediate topics in SAS.....

STATS 485: Directed Studies

University: Texas A&M University

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This course relates to the special problems in statistics that are not included in any of the courses in the curriculum. The work here may be either in the form of theory or methodology....

STATS 497C: Topics in Stat Computing with R

University: The Pennsylvania State University

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Each and every detail of the R software and its uses is given in this chapter.....

STATS 501: Regression Methods

University: The Pennsylvania State University

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Regression methods chapter includes detailed idea of correlation and regression, the different types of models and idea of indicator variables and the analysis of logistic regression.....

STATS 502: Analysis of Variance and Design of Experiments

University: The Pennsylvania State University

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The chapter gives a detailed introduction to ANOVA and design of experiments methods providing the definition and explanation of different terms. The discussion and analysis of different types of designs and factorial design. Also, the method of ANCOVA, split plots and repeated measure designs are been provided.....

STATS 580: Statistical Consulting Practicum I

University: The Pennsylvania State University

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Statistical consulting chapter includes the methods and principles of statistical consulting and experiences. Details of the method of preparing good reports and presentations are also given in this chapter. Apart from these, communication aspects of consulting are also been discussed.....

STATS 581: Statistical Consulting Practicum II

University: The Pennsylvania State University

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This chapter is a higher level of the previous chapter where we discuss the ideas of the client meetings, the procedure of creating recommendation reports and finding solutions of consulting.....

Understanding Statistical Models and their Social Science Applications

University: Stanford University

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It is for the students who have gone through the instruction of intermediate-level in statistical methods and topics such as logistic regression, multiple regression and log-linear models. The course's content should offer the combination of at least some the previous instruction in statistical methods. The main task is to implant critical analysis and some introspection for the statistical methods uses that is common in medical applications and social sciences...

ACCT 108: Business Law or Management

University: University of California, Los Angeles

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This is not for freshmen and deals with the concepts of contracts, agency, corporations, partnerships and legal matters in businesses....

ACCT 109: International Business Law or Management

University: University of California, Los Angeles

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This course is also offered through the Travel Study Program. The course seeks to teach students about the global business legal scenario. It contains a general overview of all international laws, review of the US regulations relating to global....

ACCT 111: Financial Accounting

University: Camosun College

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The course is designed in such a way so as to have in depth knowledge of financial accounts. The main focus of this course is analyze and interpret the reporting and results of financial statements for sole proprietorship...

ACCT 120A: Intermediate Financial Accounting or Management

University: University of California, Los Angeles

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For this, the student must have already studied the theories in financial accounting and its practices in an intermediate level course. This subject seeks to teach the student about concepts of revenue recognition and asset valuation. It also reports long term assets and current...

ACCT 120B: Intermediate Financial Accounting II or Management

University: University of California, Los Angeles

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This is also another intermediate course dealing with the theory and practice of financial accounting. Here, the student will learn about underlying concepts of liability recognition, liability valuation, long term debt, deferred taxes....

ACCT 122: Management Accounting or Management

University: University of California, Los Angeles

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Students are expected to learn about the nature, goals and methods of cost accounting, process costing and job costing, accounts for manufacturing overheads, cost reports, cost budgeting, differential cost analysis....

ACCT 123: Auditing or Management

University: University of California, Los Angeles

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This seeks to study methods for verification of financial records and statements including the legal, ethical and professional matters. The students are expected....

ACCT 124: Advanced Accounting or Management

University: University of California, Los Angeles

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For this course, students must have enrolled for the Management 120B. this course includes special accounting related topics in consolidated financial statements, business combinations, foreign currency transactions....

ACCT 126: Financial Statement Analysis or Management

University: University of California, Los Angeles

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This deals with a complete study of the concepts and methods for analyzing and interpreting effectively financial statements. Here, students must have comprehensive understanding of concepts like equity....

ACCT 127A: Tax Principles and Policy or Management

University: University of California, Los Angeles

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For this course, students need to know the fundamental concepts of federal income taxes for individuals, deductions and income, special taxation areas related....

ACCT 127B: Corporate and Partnership Taxation or Management

University: University of California, Los Angeles

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To study this course, students are recommended to enroll for the Management 127A. This course deals with tax issues in the creation....

ACCT 127C: International Taxation or Management

University: University of California, Los Angeles

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This will be open to students through the Travel Study Program. For this the students must have already done the Management course 127A. This will focus on two main areas of international taxation from an American perspective....

ACCT 128: Special Topics in Accounting or Management

University: University of California, Los Angeles

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This includes topics on public accounting such as mergers and acquisitions, how companies go public, and role of partners, fund accounting and how to serve entrepreneurial clients. The course also prepares students on ways....

ACCT 130: Hospitality Accounting

University: Camosun College

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The course is put in such a way so that the students can have a good understanding about the concept related to financial analyzing and reporting of financial statement in hospital industry and the tools that are required to carry on the activities. The course will help in building up a good knowledge about the subject....

ACCT 130A: Basic Managerial Finance or Management

University: University of California, Los Angeles

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This course studies financial decision making, emphasizing on applying accounting and economic principles for financial planning, analysis and financial management....

ACCT 204: Revenue Administration 1

University: Camosun College

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The course aims to provide the knowledge to the students about the nature and purpose of taxation in Canada. It will help in learning about the current trends in government revenue administration and their linkages with key partners. The focus of this course is that the student can understand that how the revenue is administered in Canada and how it is carried and impose on the people.....

ACCT 205: Revenue Administration 2

University: Camosun College

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This program focuses on the exploration of the major activities that are performed by the Ministry of Provincial revenue so as to maximize the programs of revenue and tax collection. The topics that are covered under this topic are....

ACCT 207: Managerial Accounting

University: Camosun College

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This part is concerned with the accounting principles for managers. It will help them to better usage and control over accounting. It enables improved decision making for them. It compromise of general accounting principles to deal with shareholders, creditors and government.....

ACCT 220: Management Cost Accounting 1

University: Camosun College

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This course is created in such a manner that it helps in implanting critical analysis and introspection. It will give a solid foundation in costing theory and practice. This course assumes no background in costing and is proper as a beginner's course. This Course is designed in such a way that students will develop their professional skills....

ACCT 220A: Intermediate Financial Accounting I

University: University of California, Los Angeles

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To enroll for this course, you need to have completed the course on Financial Accounting which teaches you the fundamental concepts in this discipline. The course on Intermediate Financial Accounting focuses on improving a student's perception about corporate financial statements....

ACCT 220B: Intermediate Financial Accounting II

University: University of California, Los Angeles

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To enroll in this course, you must know the concepts of financial accounting because this course is aimed at improving ones' understanding of corporate accounting statements....

ACCT 222: Management Accounting

University: University of California, Los Angeles

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The Management Accounting course offered by the UCLA Anderson School of Management has been designed to help students develop a comprehensive understanding of the different methods in which management makes use of accounting data. This information is then employed by the management to formulate important strategic as well as managerial decisions like product pricing and product line extensions, cost cutting and transfer pricing, product mix etc. This information is also used to analyze and evaluate performance of managers through creation of profit centers and bonuses and promotions given to award employees.....

ACCT 224: Law for Entrepreneurs

University: University of California, Los Angeles

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This course focuses on different legal issues that are faced by those owning businesses such as contract negotiation, marketing related legal issues, how to protect goodwill, employment laws, enterprise formation.....

ACCT 227: Taxation and Management Decisions

University: University of California, Los Angeles

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This course also demands prior knowledge of management accounting because it seeks to teach students about the most basic income tax problems in business, employment, investments, issues about taxes which surface during creation or termination of any business venture.....

ACCT 228: Financial Statement Analysis

University: University of California, Los Angeles

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The course on Financial Statement Analysis requires you to know about issues in management accounting. You must have knowledge about accounting data evaluation and how financial statements are used by decision makers outside the firm like creditors and investors....

ACCT 240: Taxation for Financial Planning

University: Camosun College

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This course is created in such a way that it will give a solid foundation in the subject of Tax and its planning. This Course is drafted in such a manner that it will surely generate the interest of students in income tax. Moreover, it will help them a lot to develop their professional skills by understanding the depth of this subject....

ACCT 250: Professional Accounting Software

University: Camosun College

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This course is designed so as to make use of accounting software to support practical application of financial statements, auditing and taxation and practice using MS Excel, MS word and access database software. The topics that are covered under this course are....

ACCT 290: Principles of Accounting I

University: University of Phoenix

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It deals with the fundamental of the accounting as well as identification, measurement and reporting of the financial statement of the company.The course also focuses on decision making, planning and controlling from the view point of the practising manager......

ACCTG 311: Accounting Systems and Control

University: Pennsylvania State University

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This focuses on an introduction to the methods of accounting for gathering, aggregating and reporting accounting data to external reader and managers. It relates to study of accounting information systems which forms an integral part of the companyís total information system. In this, the accounting cycle which is an important method that offers......

ACCT 330: Government and NPO Accounting

University: Camosun College

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The outline of the course is done in such a way so as to identify and investigate the unique characteristics of non for profit organization and government. It also helps in understanding the difference between the accounting principles of profit organization and non-profit organization. The main aim of this course is develop the accounting.....

ACCT 420: Management Cost Accounting 3

University: Camosun College

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Management cost accounting is a process of collecting , analysing, summarizing and the various alternative course of action. management cost is a very important part of the account.It is the process of planning & controlling of a business transaction from one person to another person. It is a proffessional accounting system....

ACCT 470: Income Tax 1

University: Camosun College

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The course is developed through lectures, oral cases analysis presentations, tests and examinations. Students are responsible for preparing the reading material....

ACCT 471: Income Tax 2

University: Camosun College

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The capacity of a business to claim tax deductions for business assets and capital investments is one of the main reasons businesses got registered in IT Act. This course will cover the following things in detai....

ACCT 499: Unsupervised Accounting Work Exp

University: Camosun College

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This course will give students the relevant practical exposure while simultaneously applying academic accounting knowledge. Students can event think of pursuing their future career in accountancy. They will have a blend of both....

ACCT 504: Auditing Theory and Practice

University: Pennsylvania State University

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This course deals with auditing theory concerning the regulatory environment, internal controls and risk assessment, computerization, materiality, sampling, analytical methods, ethics and......

ACCT 510: Business Tax Planning Theory and Practice

University: Pennsylvania State University

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This course focuses on tax theory relating to corporations, conduit entities and partnerships, trusts and estates, ethics and......

ACCT 532: Accounting Information and Decision Systems

University: Pennsylvania State University

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This course involves the study of business practices, transaction cycles, internal control structure and focuses on......

ACCT 545: Strategic Cost Management

University: Pennsylvania State University

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This course handles existing managerial accounting topics like theory of constraints, activity-based costing, performance measures and its uses in......

ACCT 550: Professional Responsibilities and Ethics in Accounting

University: Pennsylvania State University

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The course studies ethical systems and decision making and their......

ACCT 26:010:557: Social Science Research Methods

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course focuses on the methods which are used in studying organizations and includes......

ACCT 561: Financial Statement Analysis II

University: Pennsylvania State University

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In this course, students will explore both conventional and advanced techniques for analyzing the financial statements. It includes......

ACCT 572: Financial Reporting I

University: Pennsylvania State University

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This course deals with accounting theory and practices of reporting consolidations, transactions involving foreign currencies, making financial statements for......

ACCT 26:010:652: Advanced Topics in Managerial Accounting

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course studies topics like activity based costing and management, budgetary control systems, agency theory, behavioral research in management accounting, efficiency measurement, productivity measurement, decentralized systems for......

ACCT 26:010:653: Current Topics in Auditing

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course deals with an advanced review of the auditing literature that includes both internal and external auditing. Here, topics that students have to study include......

ACCT 26:010:666: Accountants' Judgment and Decision Making

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This includes both methodological and theoretical issues involved in behavioral research in accounting. Special emphasis is laid on individual factors like knowledge, memory, expertise and also contextual factors like decision making in......

ACCT 26:010:680: Current Topics in Accounting Research

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course focuses on discussion and evaluation of chosen accounting topics like research implementation, empirical tests in......

ACCT 26:010:685: Special Topics in Accounting

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This serves as the introduction to multi-disciplinary academic studies on business ethics. It does not need prior exposure to......

ACCTG 803: Capstone Course: Forensic Accounting and Litigation Support

University: Pennsylvania State University

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This course studies investigative accounting, consulting, litigation support activities which are undertaken in......

B.S. in Accounting

University: Alabama State University

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The Alabama State University offers a B.S. degree in accounting that is designed to enable accounting majors to gain a comprehensive and lifelong education in the subject. This learning is imparted to the students through both teaching and also training them in accounting skills and knowhow which can benefit them in the real world eventually. In the regular class lectures, the students are taught the accounting principles vis-a-vis courses focusing on developing critical and analytical thinking, written and oral communications, solving problems and teamwork employing the latest information technology resources....

B LAW 444: Advanced UCC and Commercial Transactions

University: Pennsylvania State University

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The course focuses on all articles of the Uniform Commercial Code. It studies banking relationships, laws involving....

P ADM 523: Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting

University: Pennsylvania State University

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The course deals with accounting and reporting, and principles and methods of auditing for....

ECON 100: An Introduction to the U.S. Economy

University: Minnesota State University

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This course offers a comprehensive introduction concerning the operation of the economic system in the US vis-ŗ-vis discussions on....

ECON 101: Introduction to Economics

University: The State University of New Jersey

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The course covers the fundamental concepts and organizations in economics and how these can be applied to the US economy. It explains the....

ECON 102: Contemporary Economic

University: The State University of New Jersey

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The course offers introduction to economic policies and analysis. Existing economic issues relating to the environment, inflation, energy pricing and availability, poverty and unemployment etc are covered under this course. This course also focuses on....

ECON 01:220:102: Introduction to Microeconomics

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course deals with the market system as well as the alternative mechanisms used for allocating resources and determining prices. Accordingly, it involves economic analysis of cartels, monopoly, price controls, wages, pollution and contemporary issues. The governmentís role in....

ECON 102: Introductory Microeconomic Analysis and Policy

University: Pennsylvania State University

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This course aims to study the techniques for economics evaluation and their purpose, determination of prices, theory of....

ECON 01:220:103: Introduction to Macroeconomics

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This focuses on the determinants of national income and aggregate employment, evaluation of policies of government for alleviating inflation as well as unemployment, banking issues and monetary policy, global trade and....

ECON 103W: The Economics of Womenís Issues and Public Policy in the United States

University: Minnesota State University

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This course focuses on the gendered nature of public policies and uses standard microeconomic resources. The course also....

ECON 104: Introductory Microeconomic Analysis and Policy

University: Pennsylvania State University

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This course deals with topics like measurement of national income, aggregate economic models, income, money, and....

ECON 105: Economics of Health Care

University: The State University of New Jersey

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The course offers economic evaluation of the healthcare sector in the US. It therefore covers topics like demand for medical care or healthcare, economic aspects of pertinent health policies such as the National Health Insurance, delivery of medical services, and the competition amongst....

ECON 106: Statistical Foundations for Econometrics

University: Pennsylvania State University

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This course focuses on the elementary statistical concepts used in economics. The main topics studied in this course include probability distributions, estimation, expectations, hypothesis testing, correlation, simple regression etc. The students who....

ECON 110: History of Economic Thought

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course is essentially a methodical study of the history of concepts in economics starting from the pre-industrial times to the modern age. The scientific and intellectual contributions made by various renowned economists are analyzed in....

ECON 01:220:200: Economic Principles and Problems

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course is about economic principles, their applications to existing problems. Only engineering students are eligible to study this course. The prerequisite courses for this are01:640:111, or 115, or calculus placement. Credit points are not given for....

ECON 201: PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS

University: West Virginia State University

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This is an introductory course which deals with economy-related operations as a whole. The course includes topics like theories of consumption, equilibrium income, investments and....

ECON 201: Principles of Macroeconomics

University: Minnesota State University

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This course focuses on the factors which affect unemployment and inflation. It seeks to address the existing....

ECON 202: PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS

University: West Virginia State University

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This is an introductory course which is mainly concerned with the operations of certain parts of economy. It seeks to focus on the theories of consumer behavior as well as firm behavior under different degrees of competition and....

ECON 202: Principles of Microeconomics

University: Minnesota State University

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This course analyzes individual firm decision making processes, wage and....

Econ 202: Principles of Economics

University: Texas A&M University

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Organizations today are often researching methods to optimize production at minimized costs and thereby increase efficiency of businesses. This has spurred the demand for professionals with analytical and problem solving skills who can render organizations more efficient. A degree in economics arms you with necessary knowledge and skills to interpret and analyze business problems of organizations making you more relevant in practical work life situations....

Econ 203 (2301): Principles of Economics

University: Texas A&M University

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ECON 2301 furthers your know how on the subject as it covers very relevant topics related to national and international economics. It is impossible to assess the economic scenario of a particular industry or an individual organization and work towards solving their economic problems without the knowledge of important economic parameters like national income, GDP growth or decline, trade balances and exchange rates....

ECON 207: Principles of Economics: Macro

University: The State University of New Jersey

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The course offers an introduction to theories and the analysis of ways to determine levels of national income and employment, monetary and fiscal policies, fluctuations in....

ECON 207: Business Statistics

University: Minnesota State University

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This course studies the elementary statistical methods such as measures of central tendency and dispersion, sampling, probability distributions, estimations problems and hypotheses testing in one and two sample means and proportions. It also deals with topics like....

ECON 208: Principles of Economics: Micro

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course explains economic theories which deal with the prices of products and services, factors of production like capital, labor and land. It seeks to conduct an....

ECON 211: Business and Economic Statistics

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course is like a survey and covers methods for collecting, analyzing and interpreting data that are used for business and economic analysis. The course also stresses on....

ECON 215: Personal Finance

University: The State University of New Jersey

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The course gives an introduction to theories and practice of individual finance management and finance planning. Some topics discussed as part of this course include principles of....

ECON 220: Understanding Economic and Business Data

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course tries to introduce students to the vocabulary and language of economics, to the world of business quantitative data. The main focus of the course is the meaning and understanding of important economic terms and business statistics. The course also....

ECON 271: Investment Principles/ Practices

University: The State University of New Jersey

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The course gives an introduction to methods, practices and principles of modern investment analysis, and an insight into the language and terms used by professional investors. It includes....

ECON 01:220:300: International Economics

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course deals with the real and pure aspects of global trade and includes the basic comparative advantage model, economic integration, commercial policies like quotas and tariffs, monetary aspects of global trade, role of global trade in the economic development, international capital movements, concept of balance of payments and its....

ECON 01:220:301: Money and Banking

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This deals with the economic significance of money, history, structure and the current state of the US monetary system, banking and credit, Federal Reserve, credit control tools, treasury policies and....

ECON 301: INTERMEDIATE MACROECONOMICS

University: West Virginia State University

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This is a survey of existing and past macroeconomic theories and it evaluates their degree of stability. The theories may be described using algebraic, graphical and written evaluations. This course also focuses on....

ECON 301: Quantitative Methods in Economics

University: Minnesota State University

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This introduces the students to application of mathematics in economic analysis. It covers topics like comparative....

Econ 301: Introduction to Economics

University: The University of Texas

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This course blends both Macro and Micro Economics and those students who are keen to pursue Major in Economics should instead opt for ECO 304K or ECO 304L. In this course, the students are taught how to measure economy both in the aggregate and in particular markets like the housing market or labor market, financial market or international trade. The course will therefore cover all ideas relating to data and measurement. Students will also....

ECON 01:220:302: Labor Economics

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course focuses on the firmís labor demands, labor supply, wage fixing in both competitive and....

ECON 302: Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis

University: Pennsylvania State University

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The course emphasizes upon key topics like the allocation of resources, distribution of income in different markets focusing on....

ECON 302: INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMICS

University: West Virginia State University

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This course seeks to understand how consumers and firms, governments and economic units take optimal decisions under varying market conditions. The microeconomic theory is used for examining chosen economic policies and....

ECON 01:220:303: Labor Institutions and Markets

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This includes topics like the public employee and private employee unions, collective bargaining, industrial relation, public laws regulating labor markets, industrial safety, and....

ECON 01:220:304: Special Topics in Labor Markets

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This deals with an analysis of topics like the hours of work, population and fertility, job search, mobility, unemployment, wage, retirement policies, human capital investments, occupational training etc. Prerequisites for this course are....

ECON 304: Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis

University: Pennsylvania State University

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This course deals with analysis of forces which can ascertain levels of aggregate economic activities. Prerequisite for this course....

Econ 304K: Introduction to Microeconomics

University: The University of Texas

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This course deals with the economic behavior of the individual consumers and companies with special attention to the market role. The course can be taught to more than 100 students. It will offer a basic introduction to theories governing....

ECON 01:220:305: American Economic History

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This includes long term trends in institutions and economic growth starting from the colonial period up to the World War II. The topics discussed here are growth of the transportation and industry, impact of technological changes, immigration, and....

ECON 305: ECONOMETRICS

University: West Virginia State University

Details of the course:

This course imparts skills for estimating economic relationships that have their bases in economic theory. To do this estimation, the students must....

ECON 305: Money and Banking

University: Minnesota State University

Details of the course:

This course is a descriptive and evaluative study of the fundamental principles of banking and money, finances which are....

ECON 306: Introduction to Econometrics

University: Pennsylvania State University

Details of the course:

This deals with the use of statistical methods for data analysis and addressing economic queries. The econometrics results are....

ECON 306: PUBLIC FINANCE, TAXATION, and FISCAL POLICY

University: West Virginia State University

Details of the course:

This course deals with taxation analysis and evaluation of government expenditure. It studies the effects of different levels of governments on local economy, state as well as national economies. It examines the role of....

ECON 01:220:307: Economics of Globalization: A Historical Perspective

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This course seeks to study the growth of globalization right from the 1800s up to the present. It examines the advantages of financial and trade integration with regard to costs associated with such integration like the effects of financial crises. The prerequisite for this course are....

ECON 01:220:308: Introduction to Managerial Economics

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This course deals with application of modern economic theories to managerial decision and public policies which influence business. The prerequisite courses are 01:220:102, 103 but it cannot be used for....

ECON 308: MONEY, BANKING AND MONETARY THEORY

University: West Virginia State University

Details of the course:

This course undertakes a survey of the historical growth of the US monetary and banking institutions and analyzes the modern monetary theories and policies including critique of financial issues and alternative solutions. It seeks to....

ECON 310: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

University: West Virginia State University

Details of the course:

This course focuses on the problems in economic development that faces the low-income nations and includes topics such as international trade, governmentís role in industrialization and foreign aid and capital formation. Selected regions in the US like the Appalachia are....

ECON 01:220:311: Methods of Cost-Benefit Analysis

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This course focuses on theoretical and applied welfare, social welfare theories, normative basis for cost benefit analysis and its practical techniques and selected applications. The prerequisite courses are....

Econ 311: Money and Banking

University: Texas A&M University

Details of the course:

Further covered are the topics of credit, liquidity availability and the process of banking, as a whole. The chief focus here is on issues like the relation between the economic environment on the macro scale and its constituent aspects like....

Econ 312: Poverty, Inequality and Social Policy

University: Texas A&M University

Details of the course:

It looks into such fundamental issues as the deciding factors behind inequality itself, the market factors influencing the same, the political, economic and philosophical motives which are instrumental behind the relocation....

ECON 314W: Current Economic Issues

University: Minnesota State University

Details of the course:

This offers a basic background in economics through analysis of medical care, housing, inflation, pollution, poverty and wealth, unemployment dilemma, balance between....

ECON 315: Labor Economics

University: Pennsylvania State University

Details of the course:

This course deals with economic evaluations of earnings and employment, labor markets and labor relations, and....

ECON 01:220:316: Health Economics

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

The topics included in this course are medical care costs, demand for healthcare insurance, production of health, physician behavior, hospital behavior, health services personnel, cost, containment, review of public programs etc. The prerequisite courses for this one are 01:220:320 and 322. Credit is not given for....

Econ 318 : The Economics of Gender and Race

University: Texas A&M University

Details of the course:

ECON 318 imparts you the knowledge of this gender divide so that you are prepared better for the same when you step out of college into your work life. Our faculties ensure a complete purview of economics at all facets of life so that you are not taken by surprise and feel difficult to adjust to these hard facts of life eventually when you come across them at work. There are certain distinctions drawn into the work regime of a female worker from that of a male worker....

Econ 319: Economic Development of the United States

University: Texas A&M University

Details of the course:

The economic history of the United States has its roots in 16th to 18th centuries European colonization. Insignificant colonized markets grew into a group of thirteen undersized but autonomous farm based economies, which came together to form in 1776, the US of A. In 230yrs this nation developed into one of the biggest industrialized markets which cover over a quarter of the world economy. The main causes behind this were an immense....

ECON 01:220:320: Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This deals with houses and firms as maximizing agents, the implications for supply and demand of goods, productive services in monopolistic markets and competitive markets, general equilibrium, and welfare economics. The prerequisites are....

ECON 320: LABOR ECONOMICS

University: West Virginia State University

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This focuses on the evaluation of the theoretical development and historical growth of the US labor movement. It studies collective bargaining, impact of union wage policies on....

ECON 01:220:321: Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This focuses on classical and modern income determination theories, economic growth, and stabilization with focus on inflation and unemployment. The prerequisites are:....

ECON 01:220:322: Econometrics

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This course introduces students to application of the statistical methods to estimate, test and predict economic relationships. The course focuses on least squares regression and its application problems, with an extensive use of micro-computers and special topics like....

Econ 322: Applied Microeconomic Theory

University: Texas A&M University

Details of the course:

In ECON 322 the faculties want to ensure that the pupils have a holistic understanding of economics and thus have covered its influence on individual components....

Econ 324: Comparative Economic Systems

University: Texas A&M University

Details of the course:

This is a subject with a difference. Comparative Economic System throws light on the comparison of different forms of economic systems namely such as capitalism, socialism, feudalism and the mixed economy. But post 1989 the study of comparative economic system orients around the change from socialistic economy to capitalism. It is important to distinctively know the different economic system because there are pros and cons of every system that has been practiced till date....

ECON 01:220:326: Econometric Theory

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This is introduction to econometric theories and applications, and includes regression-based estimators and their statistical properties. Topics like linear regression model, its extensions in economics, maximum likelihood estimators and test processes; non linear methods etc are....

ECON 01:220:327: History of Economic Thought

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This includes a historical examination of important concepts in economic theory and includes primary traditions within economic thought, giving special focus on....

ECON 01:220:330: Urban and Regional Economics

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This focuses on the application of market evaluation, location theory, public choice theory etc, analysis of urban issues like housing and transportation, zoning and....

ECON 330: URBAN ECONOMICS

University: West Virginia State University

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It studies the urban areas as zones of production and consumption. It discusses and evaluates role of transport costs in determining cityís location to show reasons why cities are taller than....

Econ 330: Economic Development

University: Texas A&M University

Details of the course:

This is by far the most universal topic covered in your course work. Economic development is the enhancement of standard of living of a nation's citizens or growth of infrastructure, assets, industrialization and economic health of a nation owing to sustained efforts coming from the economic policy makers and professionals working in the system Though each country strives towards economic development still a fairly large populace of the world is fighting poverty and ensuing misery owing to sluggish economies. Very few countries have been able to perfectly align resources and policy....

ECON 01:220:331: Economics of Crime

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This focuses on the economic evaluation of crime and the working of the criminal justice system, law enforcement and criminal behavior, crime prevention, capital punishment and sentencing, drug wars and organized crimes. The prerequisite for this course is....

ECON 01:220:332: Environmental Economics

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This focuses on the economic fundamentals of water and air pollution and quality of the overall environment, emphasizing on issues relating to public goods and externalities, economic solutions to the environment quality issues. Prerequisites for this course are....

ECON 333: International Economics

University: Pennsylvania State University

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This course attempts to find out reasons why nations trade, the barriers to trade, balance of payments, adjustments, exchange rate determination, trade-related organizations and....

ECON 01:220:334: Energy Economics

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This focuses on the economic evaluation of energy problems with critical analyses of energy policies laid down by the government. The prerequisite courses for this are....

ECON 01:220:335: International Trade

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This includes theories which review the gains from and the reasons for the global exchange of products and services, impact of commercial policies, government policies on such gains and resource allocation. The prerequisites are....

ECON 01:220:336: International Balance Of Payments

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This course focuses on the theory of Balance of Payments, adjustments of balance of payments, global financial systems, foreign exchange market, effects of government financial policies in an open economy, determinants of....

ECON 01:220:337: Economics of the European Union

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This deals with the intraregional macroeconomic evaluation of European Union, integration of labor markets and capital, elimination of trade barriers, coordination of fiscal and monetary policies and....

ECON 01:220:339: Economic Development

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This focuses on theories and the experience of quantitative and qualitative changes which are involved during the processes of raising living standards in....

ECON 01:220:340: Economics of Income Inequality and Discrimination

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course focuses on the income distribution within the US and elsewhere and includes roles of education, occupation and discrimination, policies laid down by....

ECON 340: CONTEMPORARY ECONOMIC ISSUES

University: West Virginia State University

Details of the course:

This course reports and discusses the leading economic issues, focusing on relationships of economy to real-world issues. Prerequisites for this course are....

ECON 01:220:341: Industrial Organization

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This deals with theories of firms and market behavior, proofs on relationships between conduct, structure and performance. The course covers topics like profitability, pricing, advertising and....

ECON 01:220:342: Economics of Innovation and Intellectual Property

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This studies incentives to innovate, intellectual property protection covering copyrights and patents, economic models of innovation, government programs for....

ECON 01:220:343: European Economic History

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This course focuses on the growth of the modern European economy between the 16th-20th centuries. It focuses on studying mercantilism and price revolution, the Industrial Revolution in England as well as the continent, formation of....

ECON 01:220:344: Financial and Monetary History of the United States

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This deals with the growth of financial institutions, money and capital markets, central banking, Federal Reserve System, gold standard and floating exchange rates, economic crisis and....

ECON 01:220:348: Economics of Social Welfare Programs

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This course focuses on evaluating efficiency and equity results of welfare programs run by the government, and include cash assistance, social security, review of....

ECON 01:220:349: Economics of Transition

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course deals with the economic analysis of policies and performances of transition economies of the....

ECON 01:220:350: Economics of Africa

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This seeks to study the structure and performances of the different economies in Africa, focusing on the African Union. Prerequisites for this course are....

ECON 351: Money and Banking

University: Pennsylvania State University

Details of the course:

This course deals with commercial and central banking, credit and money, treasury operations, financial intermediaries, monetary....

ECON 353: Labor Economics

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

It analyzes labor markets in the US in context of the wage determination theories, unemployment problems and the effects of automaton and foreign competition, and existing market trends. The prerequisites for this course are....

ECON 354: Labor Relations

University: The State University of New Jersey

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Labor management relations are discussed in this course which focuses on topics like collective bargaining and the historical-legal foundations of the labor movement in the US. This course also examines....

ECON 355: Comparative Economic Systems

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

The course studies the key modern economic systems of the world and offers an evaluation of both past and current ideological environments. It also presents a comparative study of the economic growth of the....

ECON 355: Intermediate Microeconomics

University: Minnesota State University

Details of the course:

The course includes a survey of imperfect competitions, multiple-plant and multiple product firms, interest theory and is designed to develop a method of....

ECON 01:220:356: Economics of Latin America

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course undertakes a survey of the economic patterns and problems facing the Latin American countries with specific studies on particular national economies and their relationships with the global economy. The prerequisites for this course are courses 01:220:320, 321, and 322. Credits are not given for....

ECON 356: Intermediate Macroeconomics

University: Minnesota State University

Details of the course:

This course delves into the factors which determine aggregate level of productions, inflation, employment and the implications of fiscal policies. Prerequisites for the course are....

ECON 01:220:357: Economics of India

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This course undertakes a survey of the economic patterns and problems facing the Latin American countries with specific studies on particular national economies and their relationships with the global economy. The prerequisites for this course are courses 01:220:320, 321, and 322. Credits are not given for....

ECON 358: Urban Economics Analysis and Policy

University: The State University of New Jersey

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The course provides a thorough analysis of economic foundations of urban centers, growth or urban form and functions, industrial location patterns, commerce and households and existing....

ECON 01:220:358: Economics of Japan

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This course studies modernization of the first non-western economy to be industrialized. Prerequisites for the course are....

ECON 359: Economic Development Theory

University: The State University of New Jersey

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It focuses on the elementary concepts and techniques of planning in economic development. It also studies the input-output evaluation of economic growth in both urban and....

ECON 01:220:359: Economics of Asia

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This course deals with the major Asian economies (excluding Japan) in 4 units:....

ECON 360: Business Organization and Finance

University: The State University of New Jersey

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It introduces theories and practices of organization, conduct and finance involved in a business. The course places emphasis on the....

ECON 01:220:360: Public Economics

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This deals with the rationale behind the public sector focusing on public expenditure theory and economics of the political process, expenditure growth and structure, incentives of specific taxes, stabilization and fiscal incidence. Prerequisites for the course are....

ECON 362: Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis

University: The State University of New Jersey

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The course provides a detailed examination of the aggregate economic theory. It also attaches importance to the determination of national income and its mechanism. The course discusses Keynesian....

ECON 01:220:362: Comparative Economic Systems

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This course focuses on the comparative analysis of various economic systems, focusing on market and plan comparisons as well as the nature of transitions in....

ECON 363: Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

It examines the theory of value and price, factor pricing and consumer demands, operation of competitive and imperfectly competitive markets. Prerequisite for the course is....

ECON 01:220:363: Economics of Taxation

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This focuses on the US structure tax system and results of resource allocation and economic development, ways in which the burden of taxes is distributed among the....

ECON 364: Money and Banking

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

The course has been designed for introducing the money theories to students who are doing their majors in business, economics of accounting. Ways in which money is created; role of money in shaping economy, money supply and inflation, and role of....

ECON 01:220:364: Personal Economics and Public Policy

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This examines how the public policy influences and is in turn influenced by economic decisions and actions of....

ECON 365: Public Financing

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This is a systematic evaluation of economic role and functions of governments, federal, state and local within the US economy. It also seeks to understand the rationale for governmentís intervention in the economy where resource allocation is concerned, or for the purpose of....

ECON 366: International Trade and Finance

University: The State University of New Jersey

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Topics that are covered in this course include the international trade theory, world monetary systems and banking systems, existing....

ECON 368: Business and Government

University: The State University of New Jersey

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The course seeks to trace both historical and legal frameworks, economic implications of public policies with regard to competition. It analyzes and examines in....

ECON 369: Business Fluctuations and Economic Growth

University: The State University of New Jersey

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The course has been designed for introducing economics and business administration students to analysis of economic cycles. The periods of expansion for complete....

ECON 01:220:369: State and Local Public Finance

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This course deals with the growth of federalism with an evaluation of expenditure and tax related decisions and intergovernmental grants. It also discusses ways to....

ECON 01:220:370: Economic Growth

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This includes theories, calculation of changes in employment, output, price levels, as well as other economic aggregates in....

ECON 01:220:370: Economic Growth

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This includes theories, calculation of changes in employment, output, price levels, as well as other economic aggregates in....

ECON 01:220:375: Women and the Economy

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This includes the descriptions and evaluation of womenís economic positions and covers the theories concerning discrimination against the women in labor markets, such as the classical theories, institutional and Marxian theories. This course analyzes work done by....

ECON 01:220:377: Economics of Population

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This includes both theoretical and empirical studies of interrelationships between economic changes and population changes in both....

ECON 01:220:378: Economies of the USSR and Russia

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course seeks to evaluate the former Soviet economy and reforms which were undertaken through Perestroika and the change to markets in....

ECON 01:220:379: Marxian Economics

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This includes method of dialectical materialism, stressing on Marxian analysis of capitalist development laws, economic understanding of history etc. It studies the....

ECON 01:220:386: Operations Research I

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This course focuses on how quantitative methods are applied to production management and studies decision theory, deterministic theory, game theory, linear programming and queuing. Prerequisites for this course are....

ECON 01:220:388: Government Protection of Consumers, Employees, and Investors

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course includes market failures, false advertising, protection of buyers from hazardous products, protection of pension funds and....

ECON 01:220:389: Public Policies toward Business

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This course seeks to analyze the principal policies which influence competitions and cover topics such as....

ECON 01:220:393: Financial Economics

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This course focuses on the evaluation of financial decision making, capital structure and capital budgeting....

ECON 01:220:394: Economics of Capital Markets

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This course studies asset valuation, market uncertainties, asset valuations, theories of stocks and bonds, market activities and determinants of relative production, innovations in....

ECON 01:220:395: Law and Economics

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course deals with the economic rationale and the effects of legal regulations. It studies contracts, property rights, crime, safety, liability rules, monopoly, discriminations, pollution and....

ECON 01:220:396: Corporations, Bankruptcies, and Takeovers

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This course focuses on the nature and origin of corporations, mergers and acquisitions, corporate bankruptcy covering liquidation and reorganizations, takeover....

ECON 01:220:397: Internship in Economics

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This course focuses on supervised internships in positions related to economics. You can enroll for this course on getting approval from the Director of Undergraduate Studies and following submission of the semester papers. The prerequisite for this course is01:220:102, 103. Every student can take up....

ECON 01:220:398-399: Independent Study in Economics

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course focuses on independent researches supervised under a faculty member. The pre-requisites for the course are01:220:102, 103. It can be taken up with....

ECON 399: SPECIAL TOPICS IN ECONOMICS

University: West Virginia State University

Details of the course:

This is a junior level course which has been designed for topics of special interests and includes televised courses. Prerequisites for the course are....

ECON 01:220:401: Advanced Econometrics

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course covers topics in times series econometrics and cross sectional econometrics. The topics covered may include panel data, fixed assets, simultaneous equation methods, instrumental variables, duration models and macroeconomic models. The course lays importance on....

ECON 401: HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT

University: West Virginia State University

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This is a survey of economic theories which cover the main schools of economic thinking and economic environments that gave birth to these. Prerequisites for this course are....

ECON 403: Labor Economics

University: Minnesota State University

Details of the course:

The course focuses on employment, wages, and economic security, dealing with the structure and effects of labor laws and labor organizations. Prerequisites for this course are....

ECON 01:220:405: Economics of Uncertainty

University: The State University of New Jersey

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The course focuses on risk measurement, attitudes towards risks, application of theories to asset markets, decision making where there is....

ECON 405: Central Banking

University: Minnesota State University

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This entails an elaborate examination of monetary policies and the Federal Reserve System. The course includes topics like history of the Federal Reserve System, its resources and strategies, demand for money, monetarism, money supply processes and effects of....

ECON 01:220:406: Game Theory and Economics

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course studies expected utility theory, both cooperative and non-cooperative games, supergames, bargaining models, zero sum games, non-zero sum games, core market games, oligopoly and....

ECON 406: COMPARATIVE ECONOMIC SYSTEMS

University: West Virginia State University

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This is a comparative study of philosophical and ideological bases of systems ranging from capitalism to communism. The prerequisites for the course are....

ECON 406: Economics of Unions

University: Minnesota State University

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In this course, students focus on the economics of unions and study the history of union activity. The course also deals with the growth and effects of labor legislations on the labor market, economics of strikes and....

ECON 01:220:407: Economics of Information

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course deals with private and asymmetric data, moral hazards with optimal contracts, incentive mechanisms like auctions and tournaments, adverse choice with....

ECON 01:220:408: Market Discipline

University: The State University of New Jersey

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Students enrolling for this course have to study the theories and proof of agency problems, firm performances at the for-profit, non-profit and mutual organizations, boards of directors, internal discipline of managers performance that is derived from the ownership structure, debt financing, incentive compensation, external discipline from....

ECON 01:220:409: Mathematical Economics

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This focuses on the mathematical approach to theoretical economics topics, linear models and non linear programming, consumer behavior, comparative statistics, market structure, theory of the....

ECON 409: MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS

University: West Virginia State University

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This deals with the application of chosen mathematical principles in the field of economics. This includes topics like matrix algebra, differential and integral calculus, input-output analysis, linear programming etc. This course studies the....

ECON 01:220:410: Operations Research II

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This deals with the development and the use of advanced methods in production management, dynamic and non linear programming, advanced topics in....

ECON 410: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS

University: West Virginia State University

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This focuses on factors which influence the flow of Balance of Payments and flow of trade, the international economic theory and its application, trade controls and their effects on....

ECON 411: CONTEMPORARY ECONOMIC THOUGHT

University: West Virginia State University

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This course compares the neoclassical economics with selected heterodox economic schools of thought. It focuses on economic methodologies and sociology of economic sciences. It seeks to apply methodological frameworks to....

ECON 411: Urban Economics

University: Minnesota State University

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This course focuses on the economic forces that are responsible for growth of cities. It shows how principles of economics can be applied to....

ECON 01:220:412: Monetary Theory and Policy

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This deals with role of money, role of monetary system in fixing incomes, price levels, employment, monetary policy techniques, relationship between....

ECON 412: Resource and Environmental Economics

University: Minnesota State University

Details of the course:

The course deals with the concepts and methods for assessing alternative uses, development and management of....

ECON 01:220:415: Portfolio Theory

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This deals with the selection of financial portfolios under conditions of uncertainty and treatment of risks, case history of....

ECON 415: MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS

University: West Virginia State University

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This deals with application of economic theories and analytical methods to make managerial decisions. The course offers students a practical knowhow of demand estimation, game theory, linear programming, pricing and capital budgeting. This course includes....

Econ 415: History of Economic Thought

University: Texas A&M University

Details of the course:

While it important to know what is happening in the world of economy during the present day it is also important to know how we arrived to it. For this the thought process of economics in historic times must be read. As the basics of economics are enclosed in such historic strands of thoughts they must be professed to you to ensure a holistic learning of the subject of economics....

ECON 01:220:416: Government Policies for Full Employment and Growth

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This focuses on alternative governmental policies that ensure fulfillment of national goals of complete employment, satisfactory growth, stability of prices, balanced....

ECON 416: INTERNATIONAL FINANCE

University: West Virginia State University

Details of the course:

This course deals with the practical framework for the understanding and conduct of business and monetary decisions by MNCs in a global context. It caters to the requirements of....

ECON 416: Sports Economics

University: Minnesota State University

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The course emphasizes on the examination of the economics of professional and collegiate sports and related institutions. The students therefore....

ECON 417: HEALTH ECONOMICS

University: West Virginia State University

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This deals with the economic evaluation of dynamic of healthcare provisions in the US and includes discussion of healthcare expenses, legislations, access to healthcare, global comparison amongst....

Econ 418: Economics of Labor

University: Texas A&M University

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Labour market economy set up: determining factors of an economy's demand and supply regarding labour; difficulties associated with the labour market....

ECON 01:220:419: Managerial Economics

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This includes applications of contemporary economic theories to managerial decisions, public policies affecting businesses, incremental analysis, linear programming application to....

ECON 420: SENIOR SEMINAR

University: West Virginia State University

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This is the capstone of undergraduate economics studies since it integrates the economics core. Here, the students performs research on a certain topic and builds a model and literary framework for application to the problem. As part of student assessment, a test of knowledge and....

Econ 420: Law and Economics

University: Texas A&M University

Details of the course:

The relation shared between the economic phenomena and prevalent legal organization; proper research on the effects laws/regulations can have on behavior in the economic space and on incentives as well....

ECON 420: International Economics

University: Minnesota State University

Details of the course:

This course focuses on the economic rationale for inter-regional trade through a study of the current problems. The prerequisites for this course are....

Econ 420K: Microeconomic Theory

University: The University of Texas

Details of the course:

This focuses on surveys of the neo classical and modern theories of principal price determinants and the role of prices in economic organizations. This course is needed for students keen to do majors in economics and they must have undertaken courses like the 304L....

ECON 01:220:421: Economic Forecasting

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This covers applications of forecasting to both public and private sector decisions. There is emphasis on the time-series models along with....

ECON 425: Economics of Public Expenditures

University: Pennsylvania State University

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The course focuses on the analytics and policy aspects of decisions in public expenditures and applications from regions of....

Econ 425: The Organization of Industry

University: Texas A&M University

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Utilization of normative, empirical and theoretical material to gauge the connection between the different factors associated with the American....

Econ 426: Economics of Antitrust and Regulation

University: Texas A&M University

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Antitrust laws, other regulations and their effects within the sphere of bureaucracy and judiciary; loss and profits regarding efficiency taking into account such issues as cartelization, discriminatory prices, merger and integration....

ECON 429: Economic Education

University: Minnesota State University

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This course explores the basic concepts in economics and economic structure, focusing on....

ECON 01:220:430: Topics in Advanced Economic Theory

University: The State University of New Jersey

Details of the course:

This includes economic dynamics, economics under uncertainty, variational methods, social choice, market structure, imperfect information, designs of....

ECON 01:220:433: Advanced Topics in International Economics

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This covers topics like strategic trade, economic growth and trade, political economy of the trade policies, global coordination of macroeconomic policies, determination of exchange rates, empirical problems in....

ECON 434: International Finance and Open Economy Macroeconomics

University: Pennsylvania State University

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This deals with movements in trade balance, determination of exchange rates, fiscal policy in....

Econ 435: Economics of Resource Scarcity

University: Texas A&M University

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For graduates from TAMU we want to ensure that you have all necessary know how with you to propel your career in the real world once you have finished your education. So we ensure that we cover all relevant topics that have deep practical implications. For instance ECON 435 teaches us about....

Econ 436: Environmental Economics

University: Texas A&M University

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While at TAMU you will get to learn about Environmental economics that throws light on the economical use of environmental resources. Environmental economics covers theoretical or empirical studies of economic effects of local, national or global environmental policies around the world. Some specific issues....

ECON 440: Public Finance

University: Minnesota State University

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The course focuses on public expenses, taxes, other revenues, debts etc and financial administration at the federal, state and....

Econ 440: Experimental Economics

University: Texas A&M University

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At TAMU we provide you with the scope of studying experimental methods to study economics. Once you emerge in the real world as a professional organizations, trade bodies and individual business houses - whoever it is that you choose to work for, will expect you to find practically viable solutions and be very analytical in your approach besides having a sound theoretic repository of economics as a subject. In these situations the learning from experimental....

Econ 442: Personnel Economics

University: Texas A&M University

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ECON 442 will acquaint you with many terminologies, jargons and their dynamics in your work-life post graduation. Personnel economics at TAMU will teach you about the application of economic, statistical, mathematical approaches for answering the traditional questions pertaining to human resource management. This subject is a sub group of applied micro labor economics, but there are a few key differences though that you will study in detail in your classes in TAMU....

Econ 445: Financial Economics

University: Texas A&M University

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The faculties at TAMU takes ample care that not only are you aware of the broad topics in economics they also want to ensure that you have intrinsic details of the sub topics of economics well covered. In this pursuit we have introduced ECON 445 the study of financial economics for the enhancement of your economics' knowledge. The topic financial economics is a sub-topic of economics and primarily deals with the impact of money of one type or another on either sides of the trade. In other words it is concerned with the interrelation of financial variables....

Econ 449: Economics of Decision Making Strategy

University: Texas A&M University

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To achieve economic goals it is important to strategically make the most accurate decisions. Whether it is an individual employee, a small pet shop owner, a mid-size retailer or corporate giants, every entity has to strategically take the best decision to ensure....

ECON 450: Economic Development

University: Minnesota State University

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The course helps students learn about economic underdevelopment and relationships between developing countries and....

Econ 452: International Trade Theory and Policy

University: Texas A&M University

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TAMU wants its pupils to know the economic structure of domestic markets as well as the terms, conditions, growth models, policies of International trade. So that given a scenario where its students have to execute an international profile, he is assured the basic knowledge required for such a job role. Requisite knowledge of international trade practices and policies will only prop you better to envision....

Econ 460: Introduction to Mathematical Economics

University: Texas A&M University

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Organizations today are vying for employees who have a strong grip on analytics and are savvy in Mathematical theories and execution. Keeping this in mind we at Texas A & M University have included ECON 460 in our course for Economics' students. This topic includes mathematical theories that efficiently deliver solutions for economic growth and sustenance. Knowing a subject like Mathematical economic will put you....

ECON 462: Econometrics

University: Minnesota State University

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This course studies the techniques for creating econometric models aiming at forecasting and measuring economic relationships. In doing so....

ECON 463: Applied Econometrics of Financial Markets

University: Minnesota State University

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The course has been designed for including the elementary tools in time series analysis. The students are taught quantitative skills for assessing the....

Econ 465: Contemporary Economic Issues

University: Texas A&M University

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TAMU wants to ensure that whilst it amply professes the basics and history of economics to its students, they should also be well prepared to solve issues plaguing the economic environment in the present day. This will render the TAMU coursework relevant to real world problem solving. In contemporary economics students will be taught about the core principles of economics, they would be able....

ECON 01:220:471: Economics of Regulation

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course deals with applied topics in rate-of-return regulation with emphasis on the underlying accounting, financial and pricing problems in....

ECON 471: Growth and Development

University: Pennsylvania State University

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This course focuses on capital formation problems, theories or economic growth and....

ECON 472: Industrial Organization

University: Minnesota State University

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This introduces students to non-competitive markets and uses game theory and economic models. The prerequisites for this course are....

ECON 480: Seminar in Economics

University: Minnesota State University

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Prerequisites are ECON 201 and....

ECON 482W: Senior Research Seminar

University: Minnesota State University

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This course must be pursued by all Economics Majors students. It is designed for teaching the students ways to synthesize economic concepts which they have been taught in other courses. The students have to....

Econ 485: Directed Studies

University: Texas A&M University

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TAMU promotes group as well as individual learning of its students. To groom and test the actual problem solving ability of a student enrolled for a ECON course at Texas A&M University our faculties have designed a separate subject altogether-ECON 485, that emphasizes on the practical execution towards resolving an economic problem. While theoretical know how of different topics....

ECON 01:220:490-491: Advanced Independent Study and Research

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course focuses on specialized research that is done under a faculty member. Prerequisites are 01:220:320, 321, and 322. This particular course is open to juniors and seniors with instructor and departmentís permission. A maximum of....

ECON 01:220:493: Honors Research Seminar I

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This includes workshops wherein students work with faculty advisors and formulate and develop their own research projects. The students also submit....

ECON 01:220:494: Honors Research Seminar II

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This includes workshops wherein the students finish individual research projects together with faculty advisors. These have started as part of01:220:493 or within a research-driven economics elective course. The students will also....

ECON 01:220:495-496: Seminar in Economics

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This focuses on readings and analysis, topic-related discussions that are announced before every semester. The course is open to....

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Economics

University: Southern Illinois University Carbondale

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Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA offers the Ph.D program in economics to train and prepare its students for the best teaching and research positions available in the academic world today. The course hones and develops the skills of the Ph.D candidates....

MA in Economics

University: Roosevelt University

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The graduate program at the Roosevelt University is designed specifically to educate and enable socially concerned citizens and future leaders of the world to give their best to the world in their field. It is a part of the mission of the college itself to hone the skills of socially responsible students and this course....

Econ 2105: Principles of Macroeconomics

University: Georgia State University

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This course seeks to analyze the overall performance of different economic systems such as employment levels, economic growth, inflation, global finance, effects of fiscal policies....

Econ 2100 - 010: The Global Economy

University: Georgia State University

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Since global economies are now far more integrated than they were earlier, this course has been designed to teach students the basics about operations of world economy. The course focuses especially on the current issues which face different national....

Econ 2106: Principles of Microeconomics

University: Georgia State University

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This course offers systematic study of firm and human behaviors in relation to production, distribution or consumption of goods....

Econ 3050: The Economics of Art, Entertainment and Culture

University: Georgia State University

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This course can be used as a non-major elective and is not available for credit in economics majors. Americans annually spend about 120 billion hours on legal entertainment which amounts to nearly more than $150 billion in terms of expenditure. Despite this, economics....

Econ 3910-10: Microeconomics

University: Georgia State University

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This course deals with the economic behaviors of decision making agents like firms and individual consumers. This three-hour credit course tries to provide a sufficient theoretical base for studying different applied economics fields. When students complete the course, they should be capable of answering....

Econ 3900-05: Macroeconomics

University: Georgia State University

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The course has been designed to help students understand issues, concepts, models in macroeconomics. The students are therefore taught ways to apply economic tools to understand real-world policy applications better. The main goal is to make use of the macroeconomics....

Econ 4080: History of Economic Thought

University: Georgia State University

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The course focuses on growth of political economy which surfaced from Greek origins in the course of the 20th Century. The course lays special focus on continuity of economic thoughts and their relations to the dynamic socio-political settings. The course also....

Econ 4100: Economics, Philosophy and Public Policy

University: Georgia State University

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The course explores the philosophical aspects of economic analysis of public policy. It shows how economic analysis can become better through an understanding of philosophy. When they complete the course, students are able to understand and appreciate different ethical....

Econ 4210-005: Health Economics

University: Georgia State University

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Through this course, students are taught ways to apply economic theory principles in the healthcare sector. The main idea is to be able to recognize the value of incentives and scarcity, making allowances for differences specific to health. The demand for medical attention and healthcare are empirically and theoretically studied. In doing so, the government's roles, market competitiveness and its relations with healthcare etc are explored. Students having an interest....

Econ 4220: Environmental Economics & Policy

University: Georgia State University

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The course provides survey of the basic concepts which are the bases for economic approaches in regard to environmental policy. It shows their applications in practical world and gives students the chance to apply this knowledge in understanding an existing economic problem. The course stresses on encouraging students to think analytically and write in lucid language, to won and make use of knowhow and detect mistakes and errors and in the process resolve problems. Majority of the course deals in teaching concepts which can be applied in the real world beyond the limits of environmental....

Econ 4230: Experimental Economics

University: Georgia State University

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The course on Experimental Economics is relatively new where the decision making process is analyzed within a controlled lab setting. The data obtained from such experiments are then used for theory evaluation and for testing and fine tuning policies which could not have been tested easily with the naturally-occurring data. Range of experimental research applications can be very vast including such fields like industrial organizations and regulations, public economics, game theory....

Econ 4300: Economics of Cities (Urban Economics)

University: Georgia State University

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The course focuses on places where the economic activities occur and reasons why the economic agents like firms, governments and individuals decide to locate next to each other or in specific areas. The aim is to study economic activities....

Econ 4350: Economics of Poverty and Public Policy

University: Georgia State University

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The course applies the fundamental economic principles to explore debates on poverty in the US as well as the whole world. It aims to explore questions like measurement of poverty, definition of poverty, reasons why some people become poor while others do not, what measures the country can adopt to resolve this problem etc. When students have completed the course, they can describe the degree of poverty and ways to measure....

Econ 4400: Section 005 - Public Sector Economics

University: Georgia State University

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The course studies issues which are related to expenditure and taxation policies of governments, views on the government's purpose and the criteria for analyzing their actions. Different government expenditure programs like social security and education, revenue sources like property taxes....

Econ 4450: Law and Economics

University: Georgia State University

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The course gives the introduction to an economic understanding of legal issues in regard to contracts, property etc. Particular applications are selected from issues of property rights, environmental control, crime, administrative processes, contracts, liabilities etc....

Econ 4470: Industrial Organization, Regulation and Antitrust Economics

University: Georgia State University

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This course deals with the government regulatory theory and antitrust policies, their effects on the economy's competitive performance and individual firm behaviors. The particular topics which are discussed during this course include economic and also legal examination....

Econ 4500-005: Money and Credit

University: Georgia State University

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The course makes use of an economic framework for discussing financial markets and institutions, monetary policies etc. Class discussions will try to incorporate current events. In more specific terms, this course on money and credit will try to analyze the basic level and intermediate level concepts which are linked to monetary theory such as asset demand, interest rates and exchange rates, demand for money etc. The structure, performance, functions of the banking industry....

Econ 4600-005: Economic Development

University: Georgia State University

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This course evaluates problems underlying the difference in growth amongst nations. The economic growth is viewed as a prime instrument for a nation's development and welfare of its people. This course uses elements of theories of growth, and global finance and trade, industrial organizations....

Econ 4680: History of the American Economy

University: Georgia State University

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The course involves an intensive study on the American economic development with special emphasis on the changing structures....

Econ 4750: Intro to Game Theory

University: Georgia State University

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The Game Theory is also referred to as multi-person theory and it evaluates situations where the payoffs to the players are dependent on others behavior and also the behavior of that player himself. This theory has multiple applications in different fields like biology, economics, sociology....

Econ 4800-010: International Trade

University: Georgia State University

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The course seeks to analyze the theories of trade and empirical verification of these theories. It tries to understand the relations between welfare and trade, relationship of nontariff and tariff barriers to trade, relationship between trade and growth, common markets, historical developments of global trade....

Econ 4810-005: International Finance

University: Georgia State University

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Offers theoretical insights which form the base of the topics in international finance, such as the way in which global markets operate, understanding exchange rates, exchange markets, currency value fluctuations, measurements of risks and risk management in global financial positions....

Econ 4941: Economics Internship Course

University: Georgia State University

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students are responsible for identifying their own internships and these jobs must have an economic content. A regular job will not qualify as an internship; it has to be a chance to work with private firms or public organizations in order....

Econ 4950: Econometrics & Applications

University: Georgia State University

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The course helps students to develop a basic knowhow in applied statistics as well as econometrics focusing on relationships between economic variables. It focuses on hypotheses testing, economic interpretation of statistical results and introduces estimation approach like multiple or simple regression....

Econ 4960: Economics of Work and Pay

University: Georgia State University

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Using economic analysis and reasoning for understanding wage and employment discriminations in US labor markets. This is why students are encouraged to do careful reading, attend class lectures and discussions, use critical thinking etc....

Econ 6030-005: Introduction to Mathematics for Economics

University: Georgia State University

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Students should become capable of defining functions and doing simple functions like linear and quadratic functions, logarithmic and exponential functions....

Master of Science in Economics - Non Thesis

University: Murray State University

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The masters of Science in economics program offered at Murray state university is composed of a traditional economics academic curriculum. Under this kind curriculum the student pursuing the course has a wide variety of electives to choose from with the guidance of the graduate....

MS in Pharmaceutical Economics and Policy

University: MCPHS University

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This program course is oriented to equip its students with the knowledge, techniques and skills required to become successful professionals in the streams of government work; work in NGOs (non-government organizations); careers in consulting....

M.S. Degree Program in Business Economics - Accounting

University: Brooklyn College

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The M.S degree program in business Economic - Accounting Brooklyn College seeks to enable its students to acquire all the skills and knowledge required to be successful professionals in a variety of fields like those involving public policy....

B.S. in Finance

University: Alabama State University

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The Alabama State University offers a B.S. degree in finance for students who are keen to get lifelong learning in the discipline. This education is imparted both theoretically and practically by coaching students in skills needed to pursue a professional career in finance. During the classes, the students are given a complete understanding about financial management and financial analysis, a study of financial systems vis-a-vis courses which give perspective on international and ethical issues affecting finance and businesses....

MGMT 26:620:555: Seminar in Organizational Behavior

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course focuses on the survey of theory as well as empirical research regarding individual behavior and group behaviors in organizations. The commonly included topics in this course are....

MGMT 26:620:556: Seminar in Organization Theory

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course deals with survey of empirical research and theory regarding individual and group behavior in organizations and covers typical topics like organizations or models and theories of bureaucracy, open and closed and natural systems. It also includes topics such as....

MGMT 26:620:557: Social Science Research Methodsy

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This includes methods for studying organizations and includes topics like experimental design, case methods, survey research, scaling methods, interview construction etc. The students have to....

MGMT 26:620:558: Seminar in Strategic Management

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This seminar seeks to introduce strategy at the PhD levels. The course reviews a wide range of approaches in strategy research that includes both economic and behavioral approaches. It also examines the relation of....

MGMT 26:620:604: Seminar in Strategic Management

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course includes important theories as well as empirical studies in leadership and group process. It discusses important....

MGMT 26:620:660: Qualitative Research Methods

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course focuses on issues of eliciting, reviewing and representing verbal data in qualitative research. It discusses topics like....

MGMT 26:620:662: Event Data in Social Science

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course seeks to understand ways in which categorical data and event data, count data and times series data can be evaluated. This is needed for answering research question related to organization management or global business. This course will study....

MGMT 26:620:664: Econometrics for Social Science

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course emphasizes basic research design problems in different social science contexts. It lays importance on applications that are used in public policy and management. For instance, topics which are studied by students as part of this course include....

MGMT 26:620:670: Multivariate Analysis

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This course teaches students about multivariate distributions, factor analysis, principal components, canonical correlation, classification and....

MGMT 26:620:671: Management of Innovation and Technology

University: The State University of New Jersey

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This examines the individual, structural, contextual factors which encourage and prevent generation and execution of new technology. This course focuses on....

MGMT 26:620:675: Advanced Topics in Strategic Management

University: The State University of New Jersey

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The seminar has been designed to help doctoral students who will have to do research in strategy areas. This course surveys and then critically examines contemporary research in....

MGMT 26:620:677: Culture and Organizations

University: The State University of New Jersey

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The course focuses on cross-cultural psychology literatures on both ethnic and national cultures as well as management literature in organization culture. The primary topics studies in this course include content of culture and its....

MGMT 26:620:685: Special Topics in Organization Management

University: The State University of New Jersey

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Survey Research, Research Design, Advanced Topics in....

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