Economics 201, Section 6 Principles of Microeconomics Instructor Name : Amanda Ross Office : 413 Business and Economics Email : Amanda.firstname.lastname@example.org Phone : 304-293-7869 (office) TA Name Office Email Phone
: Danko Tarabar : 233 Business and Economics : email@example.com : 304-293-5993
Class Hours and Classroom Tuesday and Thursday 2:30pm –3:45pm, Ming-Hsieh Hall G20 Website: ecampus.wvu.edu. Exam and homework grades will be posted on this website. The Business Learning Resource Center provides tutoring and other academic help. It is located in room 349 in B&E. The Center’s hours are Monday through Thursday 9am to 5pm and Friday 9am to 1pm. Required Textbook R. Glenn Hubbard and Anthony Patrick O’Brien- Microeconomics, 4th Ed Important note: you must purchase the text book with the Econ lab facilities because all homework will be assigned online. There will be no options for homeworks other than “MyEconLab” online. Course ID: Ross08733 Office Hours Wednesday 1:30pm – 3:30pm and Thursday 12pm – 2pm, and by appointment TA office hours: Monday 9:30am – 11:30am and Thursday 1:30pm – 3:30pm Prerequisites: none WVU General Education Curriculum: This course can be used to satisfy WVU’s GEC objectives in Contemporary Society and Western Culture. Course Description This course is designed to introduce WVU students to the principles of microeconomics. Microeconomics is the study of the behavior individual economic units, such as households and business firms, and of their interaction in markets. Almost 100 years ago, Alfred Marshall described microeconomics as the study of men and women in the “everyday business of life.” "Method of Instruction: Lecture"
Expected Learning Outcomes The course will introduce students to the university-level study of microeconomic principles and the application of those principles to the world around them. Having completed this course students will 1. be able to use graphs of economic relationships as tools for economic...
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