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Economics of the Metropolitan Area

Description:
Why do some metropolitan areas prosper while others fall on hard times? This intermediate seminar course examines the underlying economic forces that shape the development of metropolitan areas, paying special attention to policy issues regarding land use, housing, transportation, and poverty. The course may count toward the major in economics.Note: In addition to the pre-requisites for all Intermediate Seminars, to enroll in this course students must have completed ECON 101 (Microeconomics).

Offered in:

2016 Fall

Section Class Number Schedule/Time Instructor Location
01 1517 MWF
08:00 - 08:50
Granberry,Phillip J M02-0207
Session: Regular
Class Dates: 09/06/2016
Capacity: 25
Enrolled: 26
Status: Closed
Credits: 3/3
Class Notes:
Pre Requisites: Pre-req = ENGL 102, and a minimum of 30 creditsDegree Students OnlyStudents may not take more than one 200G (Intermediate Seminar) course. - Pre-req = ECON 101
Course Attributes: Intermediate Seminar, Stay On Track

2017 Spring

Section Class Number Schedule/Time Instructor Location
01 2475 TuTh
08:00 - 09:15
Horn,Keren Mertens W02-0124
Session: Regular
Class Dates: 01/23/2017
Capacity: 25
Enrolled: 24
Status: Open
Credits: 3/3
Class Notes:
Pre Requisites: Pre-req = ENGL 102, and a minimum of 30 creditsDegree Students OnlyStudents may not take more than one 200G (Intermediate Seminar) course. - Pre-req = ECON 101
Course Attributes: Intermediate Seminar, Stay On Track