ECON 150 Micro Economics
This course in microeconomics is designed to give students insights into how individuals and firms interact in various market structures. The course provides a foundation to making informed decisions in a free market business environment both as a consumer and producer of goods and services. Topics include demand and supply, elasticity, costs of production, consumer demand theory, market structures, distribution of income and the role of government.
English Studies 12, English First Peoples 12 or equivalent and Math 11 or equivalent
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