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ECON 102 The Canadian Economy

Effective date: January 2017

This is an introduction to the Canadian economy. The course incorporates elements of micro and macro economics and examines economic issues relating to trade, inflation, unemployment, growth, poverty and the role of government.

Note: Not for Accounting students. Credit will not be granted for ECON 102 in the Diploma in Business Administration - Accounting Option, the Bachelor of Business Administration - Accounting Major or the Certificate in Professional Accounting.

Check transferability with the BC Transfer Guide • Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

Credits
3
Format
3 lecture hours per week
Related programs
Business Administration; University Transfer
Tuition
TBD plus additional fees. Effective from September 1, 2018 to August 31, 2019.

Prerequisites

One of:

Camosun offers English assessment testing to determine current level of skill.

ECON 103 Principles of Microeconomics

Effective date: January 2017

This course introduces the principles of microeconomic analysis. Students will learn how markets function, how changes in consumer preference, production technology, and resource availability affect the prices and quantities of goods.

Check transferability with the BC Transfer Guide • Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

Credits
3
Format
4 lecture hours per week
Related programs
Business Administration; University Transfer
Tuition
$337.20 plus additional fees. Effective from September 1, 2018 to August 31, 2019.

Prerequisites

One of:

And one of:

  • C in Principles of Math 11
  • C in Applications of Math 12
  • C in Foundations of Math 11
  • C in Pre-Calculus 11
  • C in MATH 137
  • C+ in MATH 072
  • C+ in MATH 135

Camosun offers English and Math assessment testing to determine current level of skill.

ECON 104 Principles of Macroeconomics

Effective date: January 2017

This course introduces the principles of macroeconomic analysis with an emphasis on national income theory, business cycles, the role of interest rates and exchange rates, economic growth, government fiscal, monetary and trade policy.

Check transferability with the BC Transfer Guide • Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

Credits
3
Format
4 lecture hours per week
Related programs
Business Administration; University Transfer
Tuition
$337.20 plus additional fees. Effective from September 1, 2018 to August 31, 2019.

Prerequisites

One of:

And one of:

  • C in Principles of Math 11
  • C in Applications of Math 12
  • C in Foundations of Math 11
  • C in Pre-Calculus 11
  • C in MATH 137
  • C+ in MATH 072
  • C+ in MATH 135

Camosun offers English and Math assessment testing to determine current level of skill.

ECON 203 Intermediate Microeconomics

Effective date: September 2006

This course examines the theories of consumer behaviour, exchange, production and costs; firms and markets under perfect competition, monopoly, monopolistic competition, and oligopoly.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

Credits
3
Format
4 lecture hours per week
Related programs
University Transfer
Tuition
$337.20 plus additional fees. Effective from September 1, 2018 to August 31, 2019.

Prerequisites

All of:

And one of:

ECON 204 Intermediate Macroeconomics

Effective date: September 2006

This course examines the theories of aggregate economic behaviour; national income determination, employment, inflation, growth and fluctuations; open economy, economic policy.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

Credits
3
Format
4 lecture hours per week
Related programs
University Transfer
Tuition
$337.20 plus additional fees. Effective from September 1, 2018 to August 31, 2019.

Prerequisites

All of:

And one of:

ECON 205 Managerial Economics

Effective date: September 2013

This course applies the theories and models of microeconomics to managerial decision- making. Students will learn to use demand and supply analysis, optimization techniques, market structure, and game theory to explain and predict the behaviour of consumers and producers. The course focus will be on practical analysis and case studies.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

Credits
3
Format
3 lecture hours per week
Related programs
University Transfer
Tuition
$252.90 plus additional fees. Effective from September 1, 2018 to August 31, 2019.

Prerequisites

All of:

ECON 210 Money and Banking

Effective date: September 2013

This course introduces financial markets and institutions in theory and practice. Topics include the economic role of money, development, organization and regulation of the Canadian financial system, central banking and monetary policy, financial assets and exchange rates.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

Credits
3
Format
3 lecture hours
Related programs
University Transfer
Tuition
$252.90 plus additional fees. Effective from September 1, 2018 to August 31, 2019.

Prerequisites

All of:

ECON 212 International Trade & Finance

Effective date: September 2018

Students will examine theories of international trade, trade policy, economic integration, currency markets, exchange rate systems, the balance of payments, and international financial institutions.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

Credits
3
Format
3 lecture hours
Related programs
University Transfer
Tuition
$252.90 plus additional fees. Effective from September 1, 2018 to August 31, 2019.

Prerequisites

All of:

Note: Both ECON 212 and BUS 460 cannot be used toward the same credential.

ECON 315 The Economics of Sport

Effective date: September 2018

Students will apply fundamental models in economics to the context of sports management and planning. They will examine how market structure pertains to franchises, organizations and competition. Students also learn about the practical applications of profit maximization, including the value of leagues, and international organizations, and the external impact of events on communities. Students will also determine how salary caps and other labour bargaining tools affect competition in the boardroom and on the field.

Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections

Credits
3
Format
4 lecture hours
Related programs
Sport Management
Tuition
$455.40 plus additional fees. Effective from September 1, 2018 to August 31, 2019.

Prerequisites

One of:

Camosun offers English and Math assessment testing to determine current level of skill.

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