This course provides a foundation in the principles and tools of finance, which include financial analysis, the time value of money, capital budgeting and capital structure. It emphasizes an intuitive, logically rigorous understanding of the theory and practice of finance, illustrating concepts that are applicable to public, private, and not-for-profit sectors. Ethical and societal issues related to these principles are examined.  

Only two courses numbered 211-214 may count towards the Economics major.
Only one course numbered 211-214 may count towards the Economics minor.

Economics 211

Class Details
Course ECO 214
Section 0
CRN 20166
Time T R
Time 0815 - 0930am
Building 3155 CHAM
Instructor Barrett Kollme
Max 30
Current 0
Remaining 30
Semester Spring 2022