Summer 2017 Courses
Summer 2017 Syllabi

Policies
  • The Department of Economics enforces prerequisites. Students without appropriate prerequisites may be administratively dropped.
  • The Department of Economics will make reasonable accommodations for persons with documented disabilities. Students must notify their instructors no later than the end of the first week of term, and provide documentation of the disability obtained from Disabilities Services, N200 Center for Community, 107 CU-Boulder, Boulder, CO 80309-0107; 303-492-8671 Voice/TTY; 303-492-5601 FAX.


Maymester (May 15–June 2, 2017)
ECON 3070-010 Intermediate Microeconomics Theory
ECON 3080-001 Intermediate Macroeconomics Theory

ECON 4413-001 International Trade

Term A (June 5–July 7, 2017)
ECON 2010-100 Principles of Microeconomics

ECON 3070-100 Intermediate Microeconomics Theory
ECON 3080-100 Intermediate Macroeconomics Theory
ECON 3818-100 Intro to Statistics with Computer Applications

ECON 4697-100 Industrial Organization & Regulation
ECON 4818-100 Introduction to Econometrics




Term B (July 11–August 11, 2017)
ECON 2020-200 Principles of Macroeconomics

ECON 3070-200 Intermediate Microeconomics Theory
ECON 3080-200 Intermediate Macroeconomics Theory
ECON 3545-200 Environmental Economics
ECON 3818-200 Intro to Statistics with Computer Applications

ECON 4211-200 Public Economics: The Economics of the Government Sector
ECON 4848-200 Applied Econometrics
ECON 4929-200 Special Topics in Economics (Sports Economics)

Augmester (August 7–August 24, 2017)
ECON 4774-050 Economic Reform in Developing Countries