Brandeis University

    ECON 10A: Introduction to Microeconomics

    Instructor: Kyeongah Lee
    Prerequisites: Intended for Economics majors and minors or students who intend to take more than one Economics course. Students who have taken ECON 2a and received a B+ or better cannot receive credit for this course. May not be taken for credit by students concurrently with or after they have taken ECON 80a.
    Course Description: ECON 10A is an introductory undergraduate course in economics. This is the first economics course that you can study the behavior of individual economic entities: the consumer and the firm. This course will introduce students to the basic economic principles and tools that evaluate economic behavior or decisions. The course will cover consumer's choice, firm's choice, and market equilibrium. Students will be able to apply the theoretical tools to analyze the decisions of consumers and firms, the determination of prices in the market, economic behavior or public policy issues.
    Session: Session I
    Day: M, T, Th
    Time: 11:10am - 1:40pm
    Credit Hours: 4 Credits
    Course Format: 2043
    Brandeis Graduation Requirement Fulfilled: QR, SS
    Enrollment Limit: 15 students
    Course Classification:
    Course Tuition: $3,100
    Course Fees: None
    Open to High School Students: No