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ECO 210. Research Methods in Economics. 3 Credit Hours.

Research Methods in Economics introduces students to the mathematical, statistical, programming, technical writing, and public speaking skills necessary to comprehend and conduct meaningful economic research. Students will be introduced to topics such as mathematical optimization, data analysis, regression, and writing techniques used to understand and analyze complex economic problems. In addition, students will complete an individual and unique research project to solidify the concepts learned throughout the course of the semester to prepare them for upper level courses in economics. Note: Students who have received credit for ECO 315 may not receive credit for ECO 210.
Prerequisites: Either ECO 113 or ECO 114, and MATH 201 and sophomore standing
Session Cycle: Fall
Yearly Cycle: Annual.