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Spring 2009 Economics
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CRN Subject CRS Sect Title Cap* Seats Rqstd Priorities Professor Days Time Location
2657 ECON  100  01  Contemporary Economics  35  22    C Barone  TR  09:00 a - 10:15 a  DENNY 311 
2660 ECON  111  01  Introduction to Microeconomics  40  40  1. Sophomore
2. First Year
3. Senior
4. Junior
 
M Kongar  TR  09:00 a - 10:15 a  DENNY 313 
2662 ECON  111  02  Introduction to Microeconomics  40  39  1. Sophomore
2. First Year
3. Senior
4. Junior
 
M Kongar  TR  10:30 a - 11:45 a  DENNY 313 
2665 ECON  111  03  Introduction to Microeconomics  40  40  1. Sophomore
2. First Year
3. Junior
4. Senior
 
A Farrant  MWF  09:30 a - 10:20 a  DENNY 317 
2668 ECON  111  04  Introduction to Microeconomics  40  38  1. Sophomore
2. First Year
3. Senior
4. Junior
 
T Hawks  MR  01:30 p - 02:45 p  KAUF 179 
2670 ECON  112  01  Introduction to Macroeconomics  40  41  1. ECON Major and Sophomore
2. ECON Major and First Year
3. ECON Major and Junior
4. First Year
5. Sophomore
6. Junior
7. Senior
 
S Koont  MWF  08:30 a - 09:20 a  BOSLER 314 
2672 ECON  112  02  Introduction to Macroeconomics  40  42  1. ECON Major and Sophomore
2. ECON Major and First Year
3. ECON Major and Junior
4. First Year
5. Sophomore
6. Junior
7. Senior
 
S Koont  MWF  10:30 a - 11:20 a  BOSLER 314 
2673 ECON  222  01  Environmental Economics  25  23  1. ENST Major
1. ENSC Major
2. ECON Major
3. LAWP Major
3. PMGT Major
4. Permission of the Instructor Required
 
N Tynan  MWF  08:30 a - 09:20 a  WESTC DURBIN 
2674 ECON  223  01  American Capitalism and Social Justice  25  11  1. ECON Major and Senior
2. ECON Major and Junior
3. ECON Major and Sophomore
4. ECON Major and First Year
5. AMST Major and Senior
6. AMST Major and Junior
7. AMST Major and Sophomore
8. AMST Major and First Year
9. SOCI Major and Senior
10. SOCI Major and Junior
11. SOCI Major and Sophomore
12. SOCI Major and First Year
 
C Barone  TR  10:30 a - 11:45 a  DENNY 311 
2675 ECON  268  01  Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory  25  25  1. ECON Major and Senior
2. ECON Major and Junior
3. ECON Major and Sophomore
4. ECON Major and First Year
 
E McPhail  TF  01:30 p - 02:45 p  TOME 115 
2676 ECON  278  01  Intermediate Microeconomic Theory  25  21  1. ECON Major and Senior
2. ECON Major and Junior
3. ECON Major and Sophomore
4. ECON Major and First Year
 
W Bellinger  MWF  11:30 a - 12:20 p  DENNY 203 
2677 ECON  288  01  Contending Economic Perspectives  25  25  1. ECON Major and Senior
2. ECON Major and Junior
3. ECON Major and Sophomore
4. ECON Major and First Year
 
M Kongar  MR  03:00 p - 04:15 p  WESTC DURBIN 
2679 ECON  314  01  Urban Policy in Central PA  16  12  1. ECON Major and Senior
2. ECON Major and Junior
3. Senior
 
W Bellinger  MR  03:00 p - 04:15 p  WESTC 1 
2682 ECON  347  01  Money and Banking  25  25  1. ECON Major and Senior
2. ECON Major and Junior
3. ECON Major and Sophomore
4. ECON Major and First Year
5. Senior
6. Junior
7. Sophomore
8. First Year
 
A Farrant  MR  03:00 p - 04:15 p  DENNY 313 
2684 ECON  349  01  Political Economy of the Third World  25  23    S Koont  TR  09:00 a - 10:15 a  DENNY 103 
2685 ECON  496  01  Vanity of the Philosopher  15  15    E McPhail  01:30 p - 04:30 p  BOSLER 213 

Cap* - Prior to the First-Year Course Request Period in the Summer, this number reflects the number of seats available after reserving seats for the first-year students.
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