ECON3013Intermediate Microeconomics3 ch (3C)

Microeconomics has two main purposes. First, it is a foundation course in the study of economics; it provides the essential building blocks for higher level economics and finance courses. Second, microeconomics can be directly applied to help solve the day-to-day decisions of business managers; issues such as pricing, production, advertising, and strategic interaction. It achieves this through extensive use of real-world examples and short case studies.

Prerequisite: 3 ch of first-year microeconomics (ECON 1001, or ECON 1013, or, ECON 1014), or ECON 1073.