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CRN Subject CRS Sect Title Cap* Seats Rqstd Priorities Professor Days Time Location Crosslisted Crosslist Rqst
7317 ECON  100  01  Contemporary Economics  35  14    C Barone  TR  09:00 a - 10:15 a  TOME 117     
7318 ECON  111  01  Introduction to Microeconomics  40  40  1. First Year
2. Sophomore
3. Junior
4. Senior
5. 35 seats reserved for First Year
 
A Farrant  MWF  08:30 a - 09:20 a  DENNY 317     
7320 ECON  111  02  Introduction to Microeconomics  40  41  1. First Year
2. Sophomore
3. Junior
4. Senior
5. 35 seats reserved for First Year
 
A Farrant  MWF  09:30 a - 10:20 a  DENNY 317     
7321 ECON  111  03  Introduction to Microeconomics  40  40  1. Sophomore
2. First Year
3. Senior
4. Junior
 
W Bellinger  MWF  10:30 a - 11:20 a  ALTHSE 201     
7322 ECON  111  04  Introduction to Microeconomics  40  40  1. Sophomore
2. First Year
3. Senior
4. Junior
 
T Hawks  MR  01:30 p - 02:45 p  DENNY 203     
7325 ECON  111  05  Introduction to Microeconomics  40  40  1. Sophomore
2. First Year
3. Senior
4. Junior
 
T Hawks  MR  03:00 p - 04:15 p  DENNY 203     
7326 ECON  112  01  Introduction to Macroeconomics  40  40  1. ECON Major
2. First Year
3. Sophomore
4. INST Major
5. INBM Major and Junior
6. Junior
7. Senior
 
E McPhail  MR  01:30 p - 02:45 p  DANA 101     
7327 ECON  112  02  Introduction to Macroeconomics  40  38  1. ECON Major
2. First Year
3. Sophomore
4. INST Major
5. INBM Major and Junior
6. Junior
7. Senior
 
E McPhail  MR  03:00 p - 04:15 p  DANA 101     
7328 ECON  214  01  Political Economy of the Middle East  25  25    M Kongar  TR  10:30 a - 11:45 a  ALTHSE 08     
7331 ECON  223  01  American Capitalism and Social Justice  25  10  1. ECON Major
2. AMST Major
3. SOCI Major
 
C Barone  TR  10:30 a - 11:45 a  TOME 117  SOCI 230 - 02
AMST 200 - 03 
6
7334 ECON  268  01  Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory  25  24  1. ECON Major
2. Sophomore
3. First Year
4. Junior
5. Senior
 
S Koont  MWF  09:30 a - 10:20 a  ALTHSE 08     
7339 ECON  278  01  Intermediate Microeconomic Theory  25  26  1. ECON Major
 
W Bellinger  MWF  11:30 a - 12:20 p  ALTHSE 201     
7343 ECON  288  01  Contending Economic Perspectives  25  24  1. ECON Major and Senior
2. ECON Major and Junior
3. ECON Major and Sophomore
4. ECON Major and First Year
5. LAWP Major
6. PMGT Major
 
M Kongar  TR  09:00 a - 10:15 a  ALTHSE 08     
7885 ECON  288  02  Contending Economic Perspectives  25  24  1. ECON Major and Senior
2. ECON Major and Junior
3. ECON Major and Sophomore
4. ECON Major and First Year
5. LAWP Major
6. PMGT Major
 
A Semenova  TR  09:00 a - 10:15 a  ALTHSE 207     
7344 ECON  314  01  Topics in the History of Political Economy  16  1. ECON Major and Junior
2. ECON Major and Sophomore
3. ECON Major
4. Junior
5. Senior
 
E McPhail  TF  01:30 p - 02:45 p  ALTHSE 07     
7886 ECON  347  01  Money and Banking  25  19  1. ECON Major and Senior
2. ECON Major and Junior
3. ECON Major and Sophomore
4. ECON Major and First Year
5. INBM Major
 
A Semenova  MR  01:30 p - 02:45 p  BOSLER 314     
7336 ECON  349  01  Political Economy of the Third World  25  24  1. ECON Major
2. LALC Major
 
S Koont  MWF  10:30 a - 11:20 a  ALTHSE 08     
7348 ECON  353  01  The Economics of Labor  25  1. Senior
2. Junior
3. Sophomore
 
W Bellinger  TF  03:00 p - 04:15 p  ALTHSE 207     

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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