FIG #16: Behavioral Economics

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Cluster Description:
Explore the study of economic decision making through introductions to psychology, economics and marketing.


Economics 101
Shawn Knabb
10:00-11:20 am
Psychology 101
Mike Mana
8:30-9:50 am
Seminar 101
Aric Mayer
4:00-5:50 pm

Total Credits:


Course Descriptions for Behavioral Economics

  • Economics 101, Markets and Society, (Shawn Knabb) 4cr, SSC, CRN: 41702
    An introduction to the U.S. economy and its role in the world economy. Analysis of current economic controversies at home and abroad. Issues may include overall economic performance, problems of hunger and poverty, and the issues of economic insecurity, inequality, and sustainability. The course will examine the emergence of globalization and regionalism, and their implications for the workers and the environment.
  • Psychology 101, Introduction to Psychology, (Mike Mana) 5cr, SSC, CRN: 44114
    Examination of basic psychological processes utilizing results of research investigations: participation in at least two experiments or equivalent activities is expected.
  • Seminar 101, Seminar for First-Year Students, (Aric Mayer) 2cr, CRN: 40969
    An introductory seminar offering an exploration of academic content and essential questions within the liberal arts and sciences tradition. Includes embedded instruction in academic skills and use of campus resources pertinent to exploration of the FIG cluster theme. Concludes in a formal paper or academic presentation.

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