ECON 215 MICRO-ECONOMIC PRINCIPLES CR/HRS 3-(Pre-Reg.)
Sophomore Standing) As a beginner’s course, Principles of Micro-Economics given an analysis of courses and producer under alternative market structures, the pricing of productive factors and issues in resource allocation. It’s consideration also includes business decision making, more distribution, general equilibrium and welfare economics.
ECON 216 MICRO-ECONOMIC PRINCIPLE CR/HRS 3-(Pre-Req. Sophomore standing).
This course introduces the basic principles of Macro-Economics and provides an over view of both the private and public sectors. It includes in its subject matter, the basic principles of national income determination, money and banking, economic growth and international economics.
ECON 218 NUMBERICAL ANALYSIS CR/HRS 3-(Pre-Req. MG)
This course is designed to give the students the ability to read contemporary economic literature. Its subject includes the uses of calculus differential equations. Linear and matrix algebra. Emphasis will be placed on economic theory.
ECON 307 LABOR MANAGEMENT RELATIONS CR/HRS 3-(Pre-Req. EC 212)
A study of labor markets and the Labor Movement. Topics shall include wage rates, unemployment, industrial accidents, worker’s compensation and industrial disputes. Emphasis is placed on Liberian Labor Practices Law.
ECON 311 INTERMEDIATE MICRO-ECONOMICS CR/HRS 3-(Pre-Req. EC 211)
This course is an intensive study of economic analysis of consumption output, price and factor proportion problems of firms in various market structures.
ECON312 INTERMEDIATE MACRO-ECONOMICS CR/HRS 3-Pre-Req. 216)
This course emphasizing a systematic development of static and dynamic meteorites of aggregate economics, the management of economic activity, determination of national income and growth and fluctuations, and problem in the control of economic activity.
ECON 315 BUSINESS STATISTICS I CH/HRS 3-
The Study includes issues relating to descriptive statistics.
ECON 316 BUSINESS STATISTICS II CR/HRS 3-(Pre-Req. EC 315)
The study of regression analysis, time series analysis and fore-casting, ohi-square and analysis of variance.
ECON317 QUANTITATIVE METHODS CR/HRS 3-(Pre-Req. MG 251/EC 315)
It deals with various quantitative models involving matrix algebra, calculus, and functions are studied. The use of linear programming in the business decision in emphasized.
ECON 322 LIBERIAN ECONOMY SURVEY CR/HRS 3-(Pre-Req. EC 311)
This course analyzes the various sectors of the Liberian Economy as regard production, income and employment. Its subject includes agriculture, forestry and mining.
ECON 410 HISTORY OF ECONOMICS THEORIES CR/HRS 3-(Pre-Req. ECC 211/216).
It studies major contributions of principal economic scholars.
ECON-412 PUBLIC FINANCE CR/HRS 3-
For Economics Majors managerial economic,
ECON 436 is a compulsory elective.
For both Economics Minor and Majors, intermediate Micro-Economic and Intermediate Macro Economics must be completed before graduation.
ECON 418 DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS CR/HRS 3 -Pre-RF-eq. EC 211/216)
Analysis of institutional and structural factors which determine the cause of economic
progress in development countries Characteristics of less developed areas agriculture, investment, technology population, international trade, economic integration.
ECON 419 INTERNATIONAL TRADE CR/HRS 3-Pre-Req. EC 311/312)
The study of trade among nations and related commercial policy problems; customs union and preference areas; dollars and the world financial systems.
(Pre-Req. EC 312)
This course analysis various sources of financing government, such as taxation, debt and other non-taxed revenues, in terms of their incidence and economic effects. It includes an examination of current issues including the role of government in a market economy, functional specialization among the different levels of government.
DEMO 213 INTRODUCTION TO DEMOGRAPHY CR/HRS3-
General introduction to simple Demography calculations, descriptive and influential statistics.
DEMO 214 DEMOGRAPHIC DATA CR/HRS 3-(Pre. Req. DM113)
General principles, concepts, scope and procedure of collecting date through consensus, vital statistics, registration system, sample surveys and other records; evaluation and adjustment of demographic data.
DEMO 313 TECHNIQUES OF POPULATION ANALYISIS CR/HRS 3-(Pre. Req. DM 203)
Analytical methods of studying the pattern and trend of size, structure and characteristics of population, mortality, fertility and reproduction , and migration, Population projection and element idea of stationary and stable populations.
DEMO 314 DEMOGRAPHIC ESTIMATES FROM LIMITED DATA CR/HRS 3-(Pre. Req. DM 304)
This course emphasizes basic population parameters and techniques of development planning, regional planning; economic growth theory modeling, and incorporation of economic/demographic models into planning systems.
DEMO 413 ELEMENTS OF POPULATION STUDENT CR/HRS 3-(Pre. Req. DM 203)
World population growth and its distribution, components of population growth – fertility, mortality and migration (pattern and trend in the world, ,major programs, and countries), population theories and policies, population growth and changes in
DEMO 415 POPULATION CHANGE AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTCR/HRS 3-( Pre. Req DM 303)
This course deals with the nature of the nature of interrelationships
between population resources and socio-economic institutions, population growth and social change -community, occupation kinship and family, attitude
and behavior, innovation, literacy and education, etc; population growth and economic development population variable in economic growth models, size and structure of population and development strategy, housing, health services, education, social services, dependency, savings, demand and supply investment, capital formation, production, food etc.
DEMO 414 THEORY AND METHODS OF DEVELOPMENT PLANNING CR/HRS 3-(Pre Req, dm 304)
This course emphasizes basic population parameters and techniques of development planning, regional planning, economic growth theory modeling, and incorporation of economic/demographic models into planning system.
DEMO 416 PROJECT WORK CR/HRS 3-(Pre Req . DM 305) practical training, independent work and report writing for Demographers.
Department of Economics
Monroe Outland, B.Sc., M.Sc.
Jenekai D. Lansanah, B.Sc., M.Sc.
George Saah, B.Sc., M.Sc.
Simpson S. Klay, Jr., B.Sc., M.Sc.
Jacobs Slewyon, B.Sc.
Anthony Kennedy, B.Sc.
Rev. Teekai Konoe, AA, B.Sc., M.Sc.
Robert L. Gordon, B.Sc., MPA