Courses

As a student in our department, you will have access to a wide variety of coursework in Economics. You can examine how markets coordinate the activities of many diverse buyers and sellers or circumstances that make it difficult for markets to function effectively without government or nonprofit-sector intervention. In classic liberal arts tradition, taking classes in economics will improve your ability to think critically and help you develop a better, more nuanced understanding of the world around you.

Accordion drop down menu of intro courses

  • ECON-E 201: Introduction to Microeconomics
  • ECON-E 202: Introduction to Macroeconomics
  • ECON-E 270: Introduction to Statistical Theory in Economics
  • ECON-E 303: Introduction to International Economics
  • ECON-E 304: Introduction to Labor Economics
  • ECON-E 305: Money and Banking
  • ECON-E 307: Current Economic Issues
  • ECON-E 321: Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
  • ECON-E 322: Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
  • ECON-E 327: Game Theory
  • ECON-E 337: Economic Development
  • ECON-E 375: Mathematical Economics
  • ECON-E 387: Health Economics
  • ECON-E 406: Senior Seminar
  • ECON-E 408: Undergraduate Readings in Economics
  • ECON-E 410: Selected Topics in U.S. Economic History
  • ECON-E 420: History of Economic Thought
  • ECON-E 450: Business Conditions Analysis and Forecasting
  • ECON-E 470: Introduction to Econometrics

Accordion drop down menu of advanced courses

  • ECON-E 504 Mathematics for Economists
  • ECON-E 513 Special Topics in Economic History
  • ECON-E 514 The Nonprofit Economy and Public Policy
  • ECON-E 515 Institutional Setting for Health Economics in the U.S.
  • ECON-E 516 Institutional Setting for Nonprofit/Philanthropic Economics
  • ECON-E 519 Regional Economics
  • ECON-E 520 Optimization Theory in Economic Analysis
  • ECON-E 521 Theory of Prices and Markets
  • ECON-E 522 Macroeconomic Theory 1
  • ECON-E 528 Economic Analysis of Health Care
  • ECON-E 545 Applied Labor Economics
  • ECON-E 568 Public Finance I
  • ECON-E 569 Public Finance II
  • ECON-E 570 Fundamentals of Statistics and Econometrics
  • ECON-E 571 Econometrics I-Statistical Foundations
  • ECON-E 573 Econometrics II
  • ECON-E 574 Applied Econometrics and Forecasting
  • ECON-E 577 Computer Methods and Data Analysis
  • ECON-E 578 Advanced Computer Methods and Complex Datasets
  • ECON-E 581 Topics in Applied Microeconomics I
  • ECON-E 582 Topics in Applied Microeconomics II
  • ECON-E 583 Topics in Applied Macroeconomics
  • ECON-E 600 Research in Economics
  • ECON-E 611 Information Economics and Theories of Incentives and Contracts
  • ECON-E 621 Theories of Prices and Market
  • ECON-E 643 Health Economics I
  • ECON-E 644 Health Economics II
  • ECON-E 670 Econometrics 3-System and Panel Econometric Models
  • ECON-E 673 Econometrics 4-Microeconometrics
  • ECON-E 744 Seminar/Workshop in Health Economics
  • ECON-E 800 Research in Economics
  • ECON-E 808 Thesis (M.A.)
  • ECON-E 809 Thesis (PhD)

For more information

For specific courses offered in a specific semester see the Schedule of Classes at Student Central.

If you need additional information on the list of courses, please contact:

The office of Student Affairs at the IU School of Liberal Arts Laadvise@iupui.edu