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Program Level Outcomes Progress

Economics

Date Last Updated: 9/16/2011
Contributing Members: Ken Williams

Program Level Outcome 1
Assess the world around them in terms of media, print, and televisions, and be able to make practical assessments of microeconomics in relationship to themselves.

Related Course Outcome(s): Introduced in courses: Demonstrated in courses: Mastered in courses:
Outcome 1:
Evaluate and reframe the interaction that takes place among households and firms in a modern economic setting. Econ 1, Econ 2 Econ 1, Econ 2 Econ 1, Econ 2
Outcome 2:
Demonstrate an understanding of micro-economic principles by answering both qualitative and quantitative questions and problems Econ 1 Econ 1 Econ 1
Outcome 3:
Demonstrate an understanding of Pure Competition, Monopolistic Competition, Oligopoly, and Monopoly Econ 1 Econ 1 Econ 1
Outcome 4:
To evaluate the principles of supply and demand, output and pricing decisions, international trade, comparative economic systems, growth, business cycles, fiscal and monetary policy. Econ 10 Econ 10 Econ 10

Program Level Outcome 2
Recall the conceptual facts of the text, with an appreciation for the special caveat that everything they learn is incomplete informationally, and therefore is the equivalent of a lie, not morally, but factually.

Related Course Outcome(s): Introduced in courses: Demonstrated in courses: Mastered in courses:
Outcome 1:
Understanding of the fundamental terms and concepts, culminating in the ability to interpret, critically analyze and apply quantitative information (EG formula) and graphs to "Real World" economic issues. Econ 10 Econ 10 Econ 10
Outcome 2:
Evaluate and reframe the interaction that takes place among households and firms in a modern economic setting. Econ 1, 2 Econ 1, 2 Econ 1, 2
Outcome 3:
Demonstrate an understanding of micro-economic principles by answering both qualitative and quantitative questions and problems Econ 1 Econ 1 Econ 1
Outcome 4:
Understanding of Pure Competition, Monopolistic Competition, Oligopoly, and Monopoly Econ 1 Econ 1 Econ 1
 
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