Alice Lloyd College

Economics Courses

ECON 209: Principles of Economics I

Offered: Fall

Microeconomics. Basic economic principles and their application to business in modern economy. Demand, supply, pricing, resource allocation of various competitive conditions and income distribution.

3 credit hours

ECON 210: Principles of Economics II

Offered: Spring

Macroeconomics. Economic principles as they apply to U.S. economy. National income, employment, financial institutions, monetary and fiscal policy, and theory of economic growth.

3 credit hours

ECON 330: Regional Economic Development

Prerequisites: ECON 209 or 210

Offered: Fall

A study of economic development and trends in the Appalachian Mountains. A major emphasis will be placed on the role of coal and its impact upon the regional and national economy.

3 credit hours

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JBS Faculty In-service/Opening Day

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JBS 1st Day of Classes

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ALC Faculty/Staff Orientation

ALC Resident Advisor Orientation

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JBS Potluck Dinner

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ALC Faculty/Staff Orientation

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ALC New Students Arrive

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ALC Student Orientation & Registration

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ALC First Day of Classes

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Convocation: Mandatory Class Meeting and Yearbook Picture

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ALC Last Day to Register, Drop/Add

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JBS 1st Quarter Mid-Term Ends

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All-Campus Cookout

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JBS Elementary Fall Field Day (K-5)

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