Syllabi
 Undergraduate Program Department of Economics ◊ University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 

Over 2,000 students per year study principles, our one semester introduction to economics. 

Looking for an interesting course without all the requirements of the economics major?  Try our courses for nonmajors.

Economics majors complete the required courses as soon as possible and then move on to courses for majors.  To complete the degree, majors need to take at least one advanced course.



Principles

101  Introduction to Economics
Balaban  |  Conway  |  Turchi


Nonmajors

310  Microeconomics Theory and Applications
Kearsley

320  Macroeconomics:  Theory and Policy

345  Public Policy Toward Business
Contat    |  Horne

380  The Economics of Labor Relations
McAtee


Required for Majors

400  Elementary Statistics
Lich-Tyler  |  Turchi

410  Intermediate Theory:  Price and Distribution
Petranka    |    Biglaiser and Parreiras    |    Krishna and McManus

420  Intermediate Theory:  Money, Income, and Employment
Aguilar    |    Froyen    |    Hill

 


Courses for Majors

423  Financial Markets and Economic Fluctuations
Aguilar  |  Francis  |  Parke

434    History of Economic Doctrines
Brent

440  Analysis of Public Finance
Hill    |    Wilde

445  Industrial Organization
McManus   

450  Health Economics:  Problems and Policy
Akin

460  International Economics
Balaban  |  Conway  |  Vaidyanathan

461   European Economic Integration
Black

465  Economic Development
Peter   |   Vaidyanathan

468  Principles of Soviet and Post-Soviet Economic Systems
Rosefielde

469  Western and Asian Economic Systems
Rosefielde

480  Labor Economics
Joubert


Advanced Courses

510  Advanced Microeconomic Theory
Krishna    |     Parreiras    |    Petranka

511  Game Theory in Economics
Parreiras

520  Advanced Macroeconomic Theory
Francis  |  Froyen   |     Parke

560  Advanced International Economics
Balaban    |   Chari    |   Conway

570  Economic Applications of Statistical Analysis
Chaudhuri  |   Hill    |   Lich-Tyler   |   Parke

586  Economics of the Family
Turchi