Subject Area API

Resource URI

https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/{subjectArea}

Resource Properties

Property Description
courses (Array) The courses

Examples

GET https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON.json

Response

{
    "courses": [
        {
            "title": "University Honors Seminar",
            "courseCodes": [
                {
                    "@type": "home listing",
                    "subject": "ECON",
                    "courseNumber": "189H"
                }
            ],
            "gradingType": "unrestricted",
            "dfRemoval": true,
            "effectiveSemester": "1111",
            "prerequisite": "Good standing in the University Honors Program or by invitation.",
            "description": "Topic varies.",
            "campuses": [
                "UNL"
            ],
            "deliveryMethods": [
                "Classroom"
            ],
            "termsOffered": [
                "Fall",
                "Spring",
                "Summer"
            ],
            "activities": [
                {
                    "type": "lec",
                    "hours": 3
                }
            ],
            "credits": [
                {
                    "@type": "Single Value",
                    "": 3
                }
            ]
        },
        {
            "title": "Freshman Seminar",
            "courseCodes": [
                {
                    "@type": "home listing",
                    "subject": "ECON",
                    "courseNumber": "198"
                }
            ],
            "gradingType": "unrestricted",
            "dfRemoval": false,
            "effectiveSemester": "1078",
            "prerequisite": "Permission.",
            "description": "Topics vary each term.",
            "campuses": [
                "UNL"
            ],
            "deliveryMethods": [
                "Classroom"
            ],
            "termsOffered": [
                "Fall",
                "Spring",
                "Summer"
            ],
            "activities": [

            ],
            "credits": [
                {
                    "@type": "Single Value",
                    "": 3
                }
            ]
        },
        {
            "title": "Economic Essentials and Issues",
            "courseCodes": [
                {
                    "@type": "home listing",
                    "subject": "ECON",
                    "courseNumber": "200"
                }
            ],
            "gradingType": "letter grade only",
            "dfRemoval": true,
            "effectiveSemester": "1158",
            "prerequisite": "12 credit hours",
            "description": "This course fulfills the economics requirement for the Minor in Business Administration for non-CBA students and cannot be applied to any other degree program. Introduction to economic reasoning and methods. Consumer choice, resources, decision making under constraints, supply, demand, markets, economic welfare analysis, measurement, prices, employment, money and interest rates. Economic policy and limitations are evaluated.",
            "campuses": [
                "UNL"
            ],
            "deliveryMethods": [
                "Classroom"
            ],
            "termsOffered": [
                "Fall",
                "Spring",
                "Summer"
            ],
            "activities": [
                {
                    "type": "lec",
                    "hours": 3
                }
            ],
            "credits": [
                {
                    "@type": "Single Value",
                    "": 3
                }
            ],
            "aceOutcomes": [
                "6",
                "8"
            ]
        },
        {
            "title": "Introduction to Economics",
            "courseCodes": [
                {
                    "@type": "home listing",
                    "subject": "ECON",
                    "courseNumber": "210"
                }
            ],
            "gradingType": "unrestricted",
            "dfRemoval": false,
            "effectiveSemester": "1111",
            "prerequisite": "Sophomore standing and above.",
            "description": "Principles which govern the organization and behavior of modern economic systems. Includes the nature of economics and economic systems; national income, inflation and unemployment measurement and determination; money, monetary and fiscal policy; economic growth; the allocation of economic resources; the behavior of consumers and producers in markets; the distribution of income; and the international economy.",
            "campuses": [
                "UNL"
            ],
            "deliveryMethods": [
                "Classroom"
            ],
            "termsOffered": [
                "Fall",
                "Spring",
                "Summer"
            ],
            "activities": [

            ],
            "credits": [
                {
                    "@type": "Single Value",
                    "": 5
                }
            ]
        },
        {
            "title": "Principles of Macroeconomics",
            "courseCodes": [
                {
                    "@type": "home listing",
                    "subject": "ECON",
                    "courseNumber": "211"
                }
            ],
            "gradingType": "unrestricted",
            "dfRemoval": true,
            "effectiveSemester": "1158",
            "prerequisite": "12 cr hrs.",
            "description": "Introduction to the nature and methods of economics. Economic systems. Measurement and analysis of aggregate variables, such as national income, consumption, saving, investment, international payments, employment, price indices, money supply, and interest rates. Fiscal, monetary, and other policies for macroeconomic stabilization and growth are evaluated.",
            "campuses": [
                "UNL"
            ],
            "deliveryMethods": [
                "Classroom",
                "Web"
            ],
            "termsOffered": [
                "Fall",
                "Spring",
                "Summer"
            ],
            "activities": [

            ],
            "credits": [
                {
                    "@type": "Single Value",
                    "": 3
                }
            ],
            "aceOutcomes": [
                "6",
                "8"
            ]
        },
        {
            "title": "Honors: Principles of Macroeconomics",
            "courseCodes": [
                {
                    "@type": "home listing",
                    "subject": "ECON",
                    "courseNumber": "211H"
                }
            ],
            "gradingType": "letter grade only",
            "dfRemoval": false,
            "effectiveSemester": "1158",
            "prerequisite": "Open only to CBA Honors Academy students in good standing\u00a0or by permission.",
            "description": "Introduction to the nature and methods of economics. Economic systems. Measurement and analysis of aggregate variables, such as national income, consumption, saving, investment, international payments, employment, price indices, money supply, and interest rates. Fiscal, monetary, and other policies for macroeconomic stabilization and growth are evaluated.",
            "campuses": [
                "UNL"
            ],
            "deliveryMethods": [
                "Classroom"
            ],
            "termsOffered": [
                "Fall",
                "Spring",
                "Summer"
            ],
            "activities": [
                {
                    "type": "lec",
                    "hours": 3
                }
            ],
            "credits": [
                {
                    "@type": "Single Value",
                    "": 3
                }
            ],
            "aceOutcomes": [
                "6",
                "8"
            ]
        },
        {
            "title": "Principles of Microeconomics",
            "courseCodes": [
                {
                    "@type": "home listing",
                    "subject": "ECON",
                    "courseNumber": "212"
                }
            ],
            "gradingType": "unrestricted",
            "dfRemoval": true,
            "effectiveSemester": "1158",
            "prerequisite": "12 cr hrs.",
            "description": "Continuation of an introduction to economic methods. With emphasis on analysis and evaluation of markets. Includes demand, supply, elasticity, production costs, consumption utility, monopoly, competition, monopolistic competition, oligopoly, allocative and technical efficiency, and income distribution. Analysis applied to resource markets, unions, antitrust laws, agriculture, international trade, and other economic problems and policies.",
            "campuses": [
                "UNL"
            ],
            "deliveryMethods": [
                "Classroom",
                "Web"
            ],
            "termsOffered": [
                "Fall",
                "Spring",
                "Summer"
            ],
            "activities": [

            ],
            "credits": [
                {
                    "@type": "Single Value",
                    "": 3
                }
            ],
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                "8"
            ]
        },
        {
            "title": "Honors: Principles of Microeconomics",
            "courseCodes": [
                {
                    "@type": "home listing",
                    "subject": "ECON",
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                }
            ],
            "gradingType": "letter grade only",
            "dfRemoval": false,
            "effectiveSemester": "1158",
            "prerequisite": "Open only to CBA Honors Academy students in good standing or by permission.",
            "description": "Continuation of an introduction to economic methods. With emphasis on analysis and evaluation of markets. Includes demand, supply, elasticity, production costs, consumption utility, monopoly, competition, monopolistic competition, oligopoly, allocative and technical efficiency, and income distribution. Analysis applied to resource markets, unions, antitrust laws, agriculture, international trade, and other economic problems and policies.",
            "campuses": [
                "UNL"
            ],
            "deliveryMethods": [
                "Classroom"
            ],
            "termsOffered": [
                "Fall",
                "Spring",
                "Summer"
            ],
            "activities": [
                {
                    "type": "lec",
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                }
            ],
            "credits": [
                {
                    "@type": "Single Value",
                    "": 3
                }
            ],
            "aceOutcomes": [
                "6",
                "8"
            ]
        },
        {
            "title": "Statistics",
            "courseCodes": [
                {
                    "@type": "home listing",
                    "subject": "ECON",
                    "courseNumber": "215"
                }
            ],
            "gradingType": "unrestricted",
            "dfRemoval": true,
            "effectiveSemester": "1148",
            "prerequisite": "Sophomore standing; MATH 104 or equivalent or MATH 106\/108H; BSAD 50; 2.5 GPA.",
            "description": "Introduction to the collection, analysis, and interpretation of statistical data used in economics and business. Probability analysis, sampling, hypothesis testings, analysis of trends and seasonality, correlation, and simple regressions.",
            "campuses": [
                "UNL"
            ],
            "deliveryMethods": [
                "Classroom",
                "Web"
            ],
            "termsOffered": [
                "Fall",
                "Spring",
                "Summer"
            ],
            "activities": [
                {
                    "type": "lec",
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                }
            ],
            "credits": [
                {
                    "@type": "Single Value",
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                }
            ],
            "aceOutcomes": [
                "3"
            ]
        },
        {
            "title": "Honors: Statistics",
            "courseCodes": [
                {
                    "@type": "home listing",
                    "subject": "ECON",
                    "courseNumber": "215H"
                }
            ],
            "gradingType": "letter grade only",
            "dfRemoval": false,
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            "prerequisite": "Open only to CBA Honors Academy students in good standing or by permission. \u00a0Sophomore standing; MATH 104 or MATH 106 or MATH 108H; BSAD 50; 2.5 GPA.",
            "description": "Introduction to the collection, analysis, and interpretation of statistical data used in economics and business. Probability analysis, sampling, hypothesis testings, analysis of trends and seasonality, correlation, and simple regressions.",
            "campuses": [
                "UNL"
            ],
            "deliveryMethods": [
                "Classroom"
            ],
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                "Fall",
                "Spring",
                "Summer"
            ],
            "activities": [
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                }
            ],
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                    "@type": "Single Value",
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            ]
        },
        {
            "title": "An Introduction to Money and Banking",
            "courseCodes": [
                {
                    "@type": "home listing",
                    "subject": "ECON",
                    "courseNumber": "303"
                }
            ],
            "gradingType": "unrestricted",
            "dfRemoval": true,
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            "prerequisite": "ECON 210, or both ECON 211 and ECON 212.",
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                "UNL"
            ],
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                "Classroom"
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                "Fall",
                "Spring",
                "Summer"
            ],
            "activities": [

            ],
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                {
                    "@type": "Single Value",
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                }
            ]
        },
        {
            "title": "Intermediate Macroeconomics",
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                    "@type": "home listing",
                    "subject": "ECON",
                    "courseNumber": "311"
                }
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            "dfRemoval": false,
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            "prerequisite": "ECON 211 and 212; ECON 215 or equivalent; MATH 104 or equivalent.",
            "description": "Extensions and elaboration of theories of aggregate production, consumption, savings and investment, and international trade and finance. Detailed analyses of aggregate demand and supply and applications to inflation and unemployment. Various models of a market economy's performance, and analyses of monetary and fiscal policies for macroeconomic stabilization and growth.",
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            ],
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                "Classroom"
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                "Fall",
                "Spring",
                "Summer"
            ],
            "activities": [

            ],
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                }
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            "title": "Intermediate Microeconomics",
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                    "@type": "home listing",
                    "subject": "ECON",
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                }
            ],
            "gradingType": "unrestricted",
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            "prerequisite": "ECON 211 and 212; ECON 215 or equivalent; MATH 104 or equivalent.",
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            "campuses": [
                "UNL"
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                "Spring",
                "Summer"
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            "activities": [

            ],
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        },
        {
            "title": "Introduction to International Economics",
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                {
                    "@type": "home listing",
                    "subject": "ECON",
                    "courseNumber": "321"
                }
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            "gradingType": "unrestricted",
            "dfRemoval": true,
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            "prerequisite": "ECON 210, or both ECON 211 and ECON 212.",
            "description": "Intermediate survey of international trade and factor movements; balance of payments; commercial policy; economic integration; international monetary system and institutions; exchange rates; and open economy macroeconomics.",
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                "Web"
            ],
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                "Spring",
                "Summer"
            ],
            "activities": [

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        {
            "title": "Introduction to Development Economics",
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                    "@type": "home listing",
                    "subject": "ECON",
                    "courseNumber": "322"
                }
            ],
            "gradingType": "unrestricted",
            "dfRemoval": true,
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            "prerequisite": "ECON 210 or ECON 211.",
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                "UNL"
            ],
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                "Classroom"
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                "Fall",
                "Spring",
                "Summer"
            ],
            "activities": [

            ],
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        },
        {
            "title": "The Economic Development of Latin America",
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                {
                    "@type": "home listing",
                    "subject": "ECON",
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                }
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            "gradingType": "unrestricted",
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            "effectiveSemester": "1111",
            "prerequisite": "ECON 210 or ECON 211.",
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                "UNL"
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                "Spring",
                "Summer"
            ],
            "activities": [

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        },
        {
            "title": "Introduction to Urban-Regional Economics",
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                {
                    "@type": "home listing",
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                    "courseNumber": "340"
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            "dfRemoval": false,
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            "prerequisite": "ECON 210, or both ECON 211 and ECON 212.",
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                "UNL"
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        },
        {
            "title": "Financial Institutions",
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                    "@type": "crosslisting",
                    "subject": "ECON",
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                },
                {
                    "@type": "home listing",
                    "subject": "FINA",
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                }
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                "UNL"
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                "Spring",
                "Summer"
            ],
            "activities": [

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                    "@type": "home listing",
                    "subject": "ECON",
                    "courseNumber": "371"
                }
            ],
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            "prerequisite": "ECON 210 or ECON 211.",
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                "Fall",
                "Spring",
                "Summer"
            ],
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        {
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                    "@type": "home listing",
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            "prerequisite": "",
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                "Fall",
                "Spring",
                "Summer"
            ],
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                    "@type": "home listing",
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            ],
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            "prerequisite": "ECON 210 or ECON 211.",
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                "Spring",
                "Summer"
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                    "@type": "home listing",
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            "prerequisite": "ECON 210, or both ECON 211 and ECON 212.",
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            "prerequisite": "ECON 210, or both ECON 211 and ECON 212; for juniors only.",
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                    "@type": "home listing",
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            "prerequisite": "Prior arrangement with and permission of individual faculty member and completion of proposed plan to departmental office.",
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                "Spring",
                "Summer"
            ],
            "activities": [

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                "Fall",
                "Spring",
                "Summer"
            ],
            "activities": [

            ],
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        },
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            "title": "Money and the Financial System",
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      <term>Spring</term>
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      <term>Spring</term>
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      <term>Summer</term>
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      <term>Spring</term>
      <term>Summer</term>
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      <term>Spring</term>
      <term>Summer</term>
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      <term>Spring</term>
      <term>Summer</term>
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    <credits>
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      <term>Spring</term>
      <term>Summer</term>
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        <subject>ECON</subject>
        <courseNumber>381</courseNumber>
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      <term>Summer</term>
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    <deliveryMethods>
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      <term>Spring</term>
      <term>Summer</term>
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      <term>Spring</term>
      <term>Summer</term>
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    <credits>
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      <term>Spring</term>
      <term>Summer</term>
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            <span class="number l1">210</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210.partial">Introduction to Economics</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: Sophomore standing and above.</div>
        
                    <div class='notes'>Recommended for students outside the College of Business Administration but not for economics majors in the College of Arts and Sciences. Students taking <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a> cannot earn credit for <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a>.</div>
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Principles which govern the organization and behavior of modern economic systems. Includes the nature of economics and economic systems; national income, inflation and unemployment measurement and determination; money, monetary and fiscal policy; economic growth; the allocation of economic resources; the behavior of consumers and producers in markets; the distribution of income; and the international economy.</div>
                
                <div class="subsequent">This course is a prerequisite for:
		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/316">AECN 316</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/376">AECN 376</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/453">AECN 453</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/BLAW/372">BLAW 372</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/303">ECON 303</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/321">ECON 321</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/322">ECON 322</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/323">ECON 323</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/340">ECON 340</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/371">ECON 371</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/381">ECON 381</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/388">ECON 388</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/389">ECON 389</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/403">ECON 403</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/404">ECON 404</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/409">ECON 409</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/417">ECON 417</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/421">ECON 421</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/422">ECON 422</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/423">ECON 423</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/440">ECON 440</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/457">ECON 457</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/458">ECON 458</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/471">ECON 471</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/472">ECON 472</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/481">ECON 481</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/482">ECON 482</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/487">ECON 487</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/FINA/307">FINA 307</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/FINA/307H">FINA 307H</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/FINA/420">FINA 420</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/FINA/820">FINA 820</a></div>
                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">5</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	General Economics and Theory    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_3afad59f1721b4c2e84fb47dcd6041c6 ace ace_6 ace_8">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">211</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211.partial">Principles of Macroeconomics</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: 12 cr hrs.</div>
        
                    <div class='notes'>Credit toward the degree cannot be earned in both <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/200">ECON 200</a> or <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a>, and in <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> and/or <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a>.</div>
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Introduction to the nature and methods of economics. Economic systems. Measurement and analysis of aggregate variables, such as national income, consumption, saving, investment, international payments, employment, price indices, money supply, and interest rates. Fiscal, monetary, and other policies for macroeconomic stabilization and growth are evaluated.</div>
                
                <div class="subsequent">This course is a prerequisite for:
		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/265">AECN 265</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/346">AECN 346</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/367">AECN 367</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/873">AECN 873</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/BLAW/372">BLAW 372</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/303">ECON 303</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/311">ECON 311</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/312">ECON 312</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/321">ECON 321</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/322">ECON 322</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/323">ECON 323</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/340">ECON 340</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/371">ECON 371</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/381">ECON 381</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/388">ECON 388</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/389">ECON 389</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/403">ECON 403</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/404">ECON 404</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/409">ECON 409</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/417">ECON 417</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/421">ECON 421</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/422">ECON 422</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/423">ECON 423</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/440">ECON 440</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/445">ECON 445</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/457">ECON 457</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/458">ECON 458</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/471">ECON 471</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/472">ECON 472</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/481">ECON 481</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/482">ECON 482</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/487">ECON 487</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/874">ECON 874</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/FINA/300">FINA 300</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/FINA/307">FINA 307</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/FINA/307H">FINA 307H</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/FINA/420">FINA 420</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/FINA/820">FINA 820</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MNGT/475">MNGT 475</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MNGT/475H">MNGT 475H</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MRKT/300">MRKT 300</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MRKT/341">MRKT 341</a></div>
                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom,                         	                            	Web                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                                                     <tr class="aceOutcomes">
                            <td class="label">ACE Outcomes:</td>
                            <td class="value"><abbr title="Social Science">6</abbr>, <abbr title="Civics/Ethics/Stewardship">8</abbr></td>
                       </tr>
                                         <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	General Economics and Theory    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course lec ace ace_6 ace_8">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">211H</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211H.partial">Honors: Principles of Macroeconomics</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: Open only to CBA Honors Academy students in good standing or by permission.</div>
        
                    <div class='notes'>
        Required for College of Business Administration major and for Arts and Sciences economics major. Credit towards degree cannot be earned in both <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a> and in <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> or ECON211H and/or ECON212 or ECON212H.
      </div>
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Introduction to the nature and methods of economics. Economic systems. Measurement and analysis of aggregate variables, such as national income, consumption, saving, investment, international payments, employment, price indices, money supply, and interest rates. Fiscal, monetary, and other policies for macroeconomic stabilization and growth are evaluated.</div>
                
                <div class="subsequent">This course is a prerequisite for:
		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MNGT/475H">MNGT 475H</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MRKT/341">MRKT 341</a></div>
                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                    <tr class="format">
    <td class="label">Course Format:</td>
    <td class="value">
			Lecture		 3		</td>
</tr>
                        <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                                                     <tr class="aceOutcomes">
                            <td class="label">ACE Outcomes:</td>
                            <td class="value"><abbr title="Social Science">6</abbr>, <abbr title="Civics/Ethics/Stewardship">8</abbr></td>
                       </tr>
                                                         </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_3afad59f1721b4c2e84fb47dcd6041c6 ace ace_6 ace_8">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">212</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212.partial">Principles of Microeconomics</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: 12 cr hrs.</div>
        
                    <div class='notes'>Credit toward the degree cannot be earned in both <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/200">ECON 200</a> or <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a>, and in <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> and/or <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a>.</div>
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Continuation of an introduction to economic methods. With emphasis on analysis and evaluation of markets. Includes demand, supply, elasticity, production costs, consumption utility, monopoly, competition, monopolistic competition, oligopoly, allocative and technical efficiency, and income distribution. Analysis applied to resource markets, unions, antitrust laws, agriculture, international trade, and other economic problems and policies.</div>
                
                <div class="subsequent">This course is a prerequisite for:
		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/201">AECN 201</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/235">AECN 235</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/265">AECN 265</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/301">AECN 301</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/316">AECN 316</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/325">AECN 325</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/345">AECN 345</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/346">AECN 346</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/367">AECN 367</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/376">AECN 376</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/436">AECN 436</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/453">AECN 453</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/873">AECN 873</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/883">AECN 883</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/BLAW/372">BLAW 372</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/303">ECON 303</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/311">ECON 311</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/312">ECON 312</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/321">ECON 321</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/340">ECON 340</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/388">ECON 388</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/389">ECON 389</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/403">ECON 403</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/404">ECON 404</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/409">ECON 409</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/417">ECON 417</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/421">ECON 421</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/422">ECON 422</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/423">ECON 423</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/426">ECON 426</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/435">ECON 435</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/440">ECON 440</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/445">ECON 445</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/457">ECON 457</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/458">ECON 458</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/471">ECON 471</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/472">ECON 472</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/481">ECON 481</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/482">ECON 482</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/487">ECON 487</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/874">ECON 874</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/FINA/300">FINA 300</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/FINA/420">FINA 420</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/FINA/820">FINA 820</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MNGT/475">MNGT 475</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MNGT/475H">MNGT 475H</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MRKT/300">MRKT 300</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MRKT/341">MRKT 341</a></div>
                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom,                         	                            	Web                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                                                     <tr class="aceOutcomes">
                            <td class="label">ACE Outcomes:</td>
                            <td class="value"><abbr title="Social Science">6</abbr>, <abbr title="Civics/Ethics/Stewardship">8</abbr></td>
                       </tr>
                                         <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	General Economics and Theory    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course lec ace ace_6 ace_8">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">212H</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212H.partial">Honors: Principles of Microeconomics</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: Open only to CBA Honors Academy students in good standing or by permission.</div>
        
                    <div class='notes'>Credit toward the degree cannot be earned in both ECON210, and in ECON211 or ECON211H and/or <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a> or ECON212H.</div>
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Continuation of an introduction to economic methods. With emphasis on analysis and evaluation of markets. Includes demand, supply, elasticity, production costs, consumption utility, monopoly, competition, monopolistic competition, oligopoly, allocative and technical efficiency, and income distribution. Analysis applied to resource markets, unions, antitrust laws, agriculture, international trade, and other economic problems and policies.</div>
                
                <div class="subsequent">This course is a prerequisite for:
		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MNGT/475H">MNGT 475H</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MRKT/341">MRKT 341</a></div>
                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                    <tr class="format">
    <td class="label">Course Format:</td>
    <td class="value">
			Lecture		 3		</td>
</tr>
                        <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                                                     <tr class="aceOutcomes">
                            <td class="label">ACE Outcomes:</td>
                            <td class="value"><abbr title="Social Science">6</abbr>, <abbr title="Civics/Ethics/Stewardship">8</abbr></td>
                       </tr>
                                                         </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_4db47a4a6ed83205cd0b55a20ef9d680 lec ace ace_3">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">215</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/215.partial">Statistics</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: Sophomore standing; <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MATH/104">MATH 104</a> or equivalent or <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MATH/106">MATH 106</a>/<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MATH/108H">108H</a>; <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/BSAD/50">BSAD 50</a>; 2.5 GPA.</div>
        
                    <div class='notes'>Credit toward the degree in the College of Business Administration cannot be earned in both <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/215">ECON 215</a>, and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/STAT/218">STAT 218</a> or <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/EDPS/459">EDPS 459</a> or <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/CRIM/300">CRIM 300</a>; or in both <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/215">ECON 215</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/SOCI/206">SOCI 206</a>. Credit towards the degree in the College of Arts and Sciences cannot be earned in both <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/215">ECON 215</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/STAT/218">STAT 218</a>, or in both <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/EDPS/459">EDPS 459</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/STAT/218">STAT 218</a>.</div>
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Introduction to the collection, analysis, and interpretation of statistical data used in economics and business. Probability analysis, sampling, hypothesis testings, analysis of trends and seasonality, correlation, and simple regressions.</div>
                
                <div class="subsequent">This course is a prerequisite for:
		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ACCT/308">ACCT 308</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/436">AECN 436</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/873">AECN 873</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/BLAW/372">BLAW 372</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/311">ECON 311</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/312">ECON 312</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/409">ECON 409</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/416">ECON 416</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/417">ECON 417</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/874">ECON 874</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MNGT/941">MNGT 941</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MRKT/341">MRKT 341</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MRKT/345">MRKT 345</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MRKT/350">MRKT 350</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MRKT/446">MRKT 446</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MRKT/821">MRKT 821</a></div>
                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                    <tr class="format">
    <td class="label">Course Format:</td>
    <td class="value">
			Lecture		 3		</td>
</tr>
                        <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom,                         	                            	Web                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                                                     <tr class="aceOutcomes">
                            <td class="label">ACE Outcomes:</td>
                            <td class="value"><abbr title="Math/Stat/Reasoning">3</abbr></td>
                       </tr>
                                         <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Quantitative Economics    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course lec ace ace_3">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">215H</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/215H.partial">Honors: Statistics</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: Open only to CBA Honors Academy students in good standing or by permission.  Sophomore standing; <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MATH/104">MATH 104</a> or <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MATH/106">MATH 106</a> or <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MATH/108H">MATH 108H</a>; <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/BSAD/50">BSAD 50</a>; 2.5 GPA.</div>
        
                    <div class='notes'>
        Credit toward the degree in the College of Business Administration cannot be earned in both <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/215H">ECON 215H</a>, and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/STAT/218">STAT 218</a> or <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/EDPS/459">EDPS 459</a> or <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/CRIM/300">CRIM 300</a>; or in both <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/215H">ECON 215H</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/SOCI/206">SOCI 206</a>. 
      </div>
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Introduction to the collection, analysis, and interpretation of statistical data used in economics and business. Probability analysis, sampling, hypothesis testings, analysis of trends and seasonality, correlation, and simple regressions.</div>
                
                <div class="subsequent">This course is a prerequisite for:
		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MRKT/341">MRKT 341</a></div>
                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                    <tr class="format">
    <td class="label">Course Format:</td>
    <td class="value">
			Lecture		 3		</td>
</tr>
                        <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                                                     <tr class="aceOutcomes">
                            <td class="label">ACE Outcomes:</td>
                            <td class="value"><abbr title="Math/Stat/Reasoning">3</abbr></td>
                       </tr>
                                                         </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_37bef3e8f5e79379d72cf965309a8007">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">303</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/303.partial">An Introduction to Money and Banking</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a>, or both <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a>.</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Understanding of the nature of money, the commercial and central banking system, and the role of money and monetary policy as determinants of the aggregate levels of national spending and income, output, employment, and prices.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Monetary Economics    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_3afad59f1721b4c2e84fb47dcd6041c6">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">311</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/311.partial">Intermediate Macroeconomics</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">212</a>; <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/215">ECON 215</a> or equivalent; <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MATH/104">MATH 104</a> or equivalent.</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Extensions and elaboration of theories of aggregate production, consumption, savings and investment, and international trade and finance. Detailed analyses of aggregate demand and supply and applications to inflation and unemployment. Various models of a market economy's performance, and analyses of monetary and fiscal policies for macroeconomic stabilization and growth.</div>
                
                <div class="subsequent">This course is a prerequisite for:
		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/420">AECN 420</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/445">AECN 445</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/419">ECON 419</a></div>
                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	General Economics and Theory    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_3afad59f1721b4c2e84fb47dcd6041c6">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">312</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/312.partial">Intermediate Microeconomics</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">212</a>; <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/215">ECON 215</a> or equivalent; <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MATH/104">MATH 104</a> or equivalent.</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Extension and elaboration of the economic theories of the behavior of producers, consumers, and markets. Applications include analyses of taxation, rationing and other government policies, price discrimination, cartels, unions, and international markets.</div>
                
                <div class="subsequent">This course is a prerequisite for:
		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/420">AECN 420</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/445">AECN 445</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/421">ECON 421</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/912A">ECON 912A</a></div>
                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	General Economics and Theory    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_27caed04daaed64b363ccef8387505e0 ace ace_9">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">321</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/321.partial">Introduction to International Economics</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a>, or both <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a>.</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Intermediate survey of international trade and factor movements; balance of payments; commercial policy; economic integration; international monetary system and institutions; exchange rates; and open economy macroeconomics.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom,                         	                            	Web                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                                                     <tr class="aceOutcomes">
                            <td class="label">ACE Outcomes:</td>
                            <td class="value"><abbr title="Global/Diversity">9</abbr></td>
                       </tr>
                                         <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	International Trade and Finance    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_d9ed2a0999ca83ecbbf393caf9eb04c2">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">322</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/322.partial">Introduction to Development Economics</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a> or <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a>.</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Survey of economic problems of developing countries and of appropriate policies to foster economic progress. Roles of education, research, innovation, saving, and capital formation in the growth process.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Comparative International and Regional Development    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_d9ed2a0999ca83ecbbf393caf9eb04c2">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">323</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/323.partial">The Economic Development of Latin America</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a> or <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a>.</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Economies of Latin America, with emphasis on current economic problems. How past development contributed to the present economic situation. Detailed analysis of the economies and recent economic policies using standard microeconomic and macroeconomic models.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Comparative International and Regional Development    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_d9ed2a0999ca83ecbbf393caf9eb04c2">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">340</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/340.partial">Introduction to Urban-Regional Economics</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a>, or both <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a>.</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Analysis of reasons for the existence, size, location, and evolution of cities. Analysis of the location of economic activity; differences in regional growth patterns, downtown revitalization, slums, congestion, and state economic development.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Comparative International and Regional Development    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_37bef3e8f5e79379d72cf965309a8007">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">365</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/365.partial">Financial Institutions</a>
                    <span class="crosslistings">Crosslisted as FINA 365</span>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/FINA/361">FINA 361</a> with a grade of C or above or <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ACTS/440">ACTS 440</a>/<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ACTS/840">840</a></div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Various institutions which collectively constitute the US financial system and a discussion of their origin and development. Analysis of the supply and demand for funds and characteristic of the main financial markets. Emphasis on the determination of the price of credit and the term structure of interest rates.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Monetary Economics    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_4e509f6a623c5f52fb2270622bf68ec0">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">371</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/371.partial">Elements of Public Finance</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a> or <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a>.</div>
        
                    <div class='notes'>For non-majors.</div>
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Economic analysis of current issues in public finance including government policy regarding both expenditure programs and taxation. Federal, state, and local government issues covered, emphasizing tax policy. Stresses applications of basic economic theory which provide insight on policy issues.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Public Finance    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_1b318e116b77e62f7cf1e79b4952f154 lec">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">375</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/375.partial">Women and Work in USA History</a>
                    <span class="crosslistings">Crosslisted as HIST 375, WMNS 375</span>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Transformation of women's role in the USA economy from colonial times to the present and the effects of class, race, and changing perceptions of women's role in society. Role of women in household manufacture, the early factory system, the trade union movement, the Great Depression, the home front of WWII, and the economic emergence of women in the postwar economy.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                    <tr class="format">
    <td class="label">Course Format:</td>
    <td class="value">
			Lecture		 3		</td>
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                        <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
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                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
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                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Economic History    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_0af73b823d9b5fbb3da9b7b0278bf3d0">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">381</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/381.partial">Introduction to Labor Economics</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a> or <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a>.</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">History and development of the American labor movement; trends and issues in collective bargaining; economic implications of labor unions.</div>
                
                <div class="subsequent">This course is a prerequisite for:
		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MNGT/462">MNGT 462</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MNGT/466">MNGT 466</a></div>
                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Labor Economics    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_d9ed2a0999ca83ecbbf393caf9eb04c2">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">388</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/388.partial">Comparative Economic Systems</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a>, or both <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a>.</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Intermediate survey of modern economic systems. Analysis of differences in underlying ideologies, institutions, policies, and performance among the US, Soviet Union, Western and Eastern Europe, Japan and China.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Comparative International and Regional Development    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_3afad59f1721b4c2e84fb47dcd6041c6">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">389</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/389.partial">Current Economic Issues</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a>, or both <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a>; for juniors only.</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Critical analysis of economic issues based upon readings of current and historical importance. (Possible topics: pollution, discrimination, poverty, energy, agribusiness, health, demographics, ideology, and crime.)</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	General Economics and Theory    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_40618e5b0a50e99e306b8394411be857">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">399</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/399.partial">Independent Study</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: Prior arrangement with and permission of individual faculty member and completion of proposed plan to departmental office.</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Special research project or reading program under the direction of a staff member in the department.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">1-3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Research and Thesis    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_40618e5b0a50e99e306b8394411be857">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">399H</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/399H.partial">Honors: Independent Study</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: Admission to the University Honors Program or by invitation.</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Special research project or reading program.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3-6</td>
    </tr>
        <tr class="credits limits">
            <td class="label">Max credits per degree:</td>
            <td class="value">6</td>
        </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Research and Thesis    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_37bef3e8f5e79379d72cf965309a8007">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">403/803</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/403.partial">Money and the Financial System</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a>, or both <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a>.</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Basic policy implications of monetary economics with special reference to the role of money in the determination of income, employment, and prices. Includes demand for and supply of money, commercial and central banking system, monetary policy-making, nonbank financial system, and other issues in monetary economics.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Monetary Economics    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_37bef3e8f5e79379d72cf965309a8007">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">404/804</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/404.partial">Current Issues in Monetary Economics</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a>, or both <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a>.</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Money as developed by classical and modern economists. Emphasis on origins of money, interest rates, inflation, unemployment, business cycles, rational expectations, fiscal policy, international aspects of monetary policy, and other related topics in monetary economics.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
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       <td class="value">
                	Monetary Economics    	       </td>
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                            <div class="course grp_4db47a4a6ed83205cd0b55a20ef9d680">
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        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">409/809</span>
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    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/409.partial">Applied Public Policy Analysis</a>
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</div>
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        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a>, or both <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a>; <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/215">ECON 215</a> or equivalent.</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Experience with research methods in economics. Statistical analysis to investigate economic issues and related policies; find relevant data; perform and interpret univariate and multivariate statistical analyses; and formulate and test specific hypotheses.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
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        <td class="value">3</td>
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       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Quantitative Economics    	       </td>
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        </div>
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                            <div class="course grp_3afad59f1721b4c2e84fb47dcd6041c6 lec">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">413/813</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/413.partial">Social Insurance</a>
                    <span class="crosslistings">Crosslisted as FINA 413/813</span>
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            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Nature and causes of economic insecurity. Analysis of public programs such as Social Security, unemployment insurance, workers' compensation, and public assistance.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
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        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
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			Lecture		 3		</td>
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       <td class="value">
                	General Economics and Theory    	       </td>
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                            <div class="course grp_4db47a4a6ed83205cd0b55a20ef9d680 lec">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">416/816</span>
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    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/416.partial">Statistics for Decision Making</a>
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    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/215">ECON 215</a>.</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Decision making under conditions of uncertainty. Introduction to Bayesian methods including the main methods of traditional statistics. Both prior knowledge and consequences of decision error are explicitly taken into account in the analysis.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
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        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
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       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Quantitative Economics    	       </td>
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                            <div class="course grp_b3019feceb75770999d646d9a60a2c40">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">417/817</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/417.partial">Introductory Econometrics</a>
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        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a>, or both <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a>; <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/215">ECON 215</a> or equivalent.</div>
        
        
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                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Designed to give undergraduate and master's level economics students an introduction to basic econometric methods including economic model estimation and analyses of economic data. Hypothesis formulation and testing, economic prediction and problems in analyzing economic cross-section and time series data are considered.</div>
                
                <div class="subsequent">This course is a prerequisite for:
		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/419">ECON 419</a></div>
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        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
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       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Econometrics    	       </td>
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                            <div class="course grp_4db47a4a6ed83205cd0b55a20ef9d680">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">419/819</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/419.partial">Topics in Applied Research</a>
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        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/311">ECON 311</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/417">ECON 417</a>.</div>
        
        
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                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Selected topics involving the use of quantitative methods in applied research.</div>
                
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                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
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        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
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                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
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       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Quantitative Economics    	       </td>
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        </div>
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                            <div class="course grp_27caed04daaed64b363ccef8387505e0">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">421/821</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/421.partial">International Trade</a>
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</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a>, or both <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a>; <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/312">ECON 312</a>.</div>
        
        
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                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Determinants of the volume, prices, and commodity composition of trade. Effects of trade, international resource movements, trade restrictions on resource allocation, income distribution, and social welfare.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
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        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
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                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
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       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	International Trade and Finance    	       </td>
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                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
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                            <div class="course grp_27caed04daaed64b363ccef8387505e0">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">422/822</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/822.partial">International Finance</a>
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</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a>, or both <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a>.</div>
        
        
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                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Determinants of exchange rates, international payments, inflation, unemployment, national income, and interest rates in an open economy. International monetary system and capital and financial markets, and of the mechanisms by which a national economy and the rest of the world adjust to external disturbances.</div>
                
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        <td class="value">3</td>
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       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	International Trade and Finance    	       </td>
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        </div>
    </div>
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                            <div class="course grp_d9ed2a0999ca83ecbbf393caf9eb04c2">
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        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">423/823</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/423.partial">Economics of the Less Developed Countries</a>
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</div>
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        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a>, or both <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a>.</div>
        
        
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                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Advanced survey of development problems and goals; roles of land, labor, capital, entrepreneurship, and technical progress in economic growth of the less developed countries. Theories and strategies relating to international trade and economic development.</div>
                
                                </div>
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        <td class="value">3</td>
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       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Comparative International and Regional Development    	       </td>
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                            <div class="course grp_8077f7796e7f2972641acbdfa094cf9d">
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        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">426/826</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/426.partial">Government Intervention in Markets</a>
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</div>
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        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a>.</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Traces the economic and legal incentives for government involvement in the marketplace. Examines why various forms of intervention make sense in certain situations. Defining the limits of allowable competition, and to replacing free market forces with regulation. Includes analysis of utilities and their evolving regulation.</div>
                
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        <td class="value">3</td>
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       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Industrial Organization and Regulation    	       </td>
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                            <div class="course grp_3afad59f1721b4c2e84fb47dcd6041c6">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">433/833</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/433.partial">History of Economic Thought</a>
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        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
        
        
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                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Development and evolution of economic ideas, including diverse mainstream and dissenting schools of thought from ancient Greece to contemporary texts. Consideration of selected influential economists' writings, relation between economic conditions and ideas and the antecedents of current economic controversies.</div>
                
                                </div>
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        <td class="value">3</td>
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       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	General Economics and Theory    	       </td>
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                            <div class="course grp_8077f7796e7f2972641acbdfa094cf9d">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">435/835</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/435.partial">Market Competition</a>
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        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a>.</div>
        
        
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                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Examination of differing schools of thought about how well a market economy performs. Includes economic analysis and extensive reviews of rivalry among corporations in various sectors of the US economy.</div>
                
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        <td class="value">3</td>
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       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Industrial Organization and Regulation    	       </td>
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                            <div class="course grp_d9ed2a0999ca83ecbbf393caf9eb04c2">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
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        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">440/840</span>
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    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/440.partial">Regional Development</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a>, or both <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a>.</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Advanced analysis of regional growth and development. Emphasis on the relationship between national and regional growth as well as local attributes influencing development patterns. Comparisons between developed and developing countries used to highlight similarities and differences in development patterns and policies. Empirical applicability of regional economic models stressed.</div>
                
                <div class="subsequent">This course is a prerequisite for:
		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/442">ECON 442</a></div>
                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Comparative International and Regional Development    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_d9ed2a0999ca83ecbbf393caf9eb04c2">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">442/842</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/442.partial">Regional Analysis</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/440">ECON 440</a>/<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/840">840</a>.</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Advanced study of techniques for regional analysis. Includes indexes of spatial dispersion and concentration, shift-share analysis, export base, and input-output analysis. Special emphasis on input-output analysis. Objective is to equip students with the basic analytical tools of regional economic analysis.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Comparative International and Regional Development    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_3afad59f1721b4c2e84fb47dcd6041c6 lec">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">445/845</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/445.partial">Gender, Economics, and Social Provisioning</a>
                    <span class="crosslistings">Crosslisted as WMNS 445/845</span>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> or <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a>.</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Introduction to the field of feminist economics. Critiques of economic theory and methodology along with gender and household decision-making, the care economy, international migration, development, globalization, the feminization of labor markets, and macroeconomics.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                    <tr class="format">
    <td class="label">Course Format:</td>
    <td class="value">
			Lecture		 3		</td>
</tr>
                        <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	General Economics and Theory    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_6006267eb7e3ddc709398a6cc6a738a7 lec">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">450/850</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/450.partial">Economics for Teachers</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Structure and function of the economic system and problems in achieving goals of efficient allocation of resources, full employment, stable prices, economic growth, and security. Emphasis on teaching of economics at the pre-college level.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">2-6</td>
    </tr>                    <tr class="format">
    <td class="label">Course Format:</td>
    <td class="value">
			Lecture				</td>
</tr>
                        <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Economic Education    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_6006267eb7e3ddc709398a6cc6a738a7">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">451/851</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/451.partial">Economics Issues for Teachers</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Application of economic principles to current problems. Includes evaluation of economic education materials, scope and sequence for development of economic concepts in the primary and secondary school.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">1-6</td>
    </tr>
        <tr class="credits limits">
            <td class="label">Max credits per degree:</td>
            <td class="value">6</td>
        </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Economic Education    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_1b318e116b77e62f7cf1e79b4952f154">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">457/857</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/457.partial">19th Century United States Economic History</a>
                    <span class="crosslistings">Crosslisted as HIST 457/857</span>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a>, or <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a>.</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Transformation of the United States economy from an agrarian to an industrial society and the impact of that transformation on people's lives and livelihoods. The economics of slavery, the impact of the railroads, immigration, and the collective response of business and labor to industrialization.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Economic History    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_1b318e116b77e62f7cf1e79b4952f154 lec ace ace_10">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">458/858</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/458.partial">20th Century United States Economic History</a>
                    <span class="crosslistings">Crosslisted as HIST 458/858</span>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a>, or <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a>.</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Transformation of the United States economy in the twentieth century. Attention to the continued consolidation of the business enterprise, business cycle episodes including the Great Depression of the 1930s, organized labor, and the role of government in managing and coping with this transformation in economic life.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                    <tr class="format">
    <td class="label">Course Format:</td>
    <td class="value">
			Lecture		 3		</td>
</tr>
                        <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                                                     <tr class="aceOutcomes">
                            <td class="label">ACE Outcomes:</td>
                            <td class="value"><abbr title="Integrated Product">10</abbr></td>
                       </tr>
                                         <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Economic History    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_d9ed2a0999ca83ecbbf393caf9eb04c2">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">466/866</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/466.partial">Pro-seminar in International Relations I</a>
                    <span class="crosslistings">Crosslisted as AECN 467, ANTH 479/879, GEOG 448/848, HIST 479/879, POLS 466/866, SOCI 466/866</span>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: Senior standing and permission.</div>
        
                    <div class='notes'>Open to students with an interest in international relations.</div>
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Topic varies</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>
        <tr class="credits limits">
            <td class="label">Max credits per degree:</td>
            <td class="value">3</td>
        </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Comparative International and Regional Development    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_d9ed2a0999ca83ecbbf393caf9eb04c2">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">467/867</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/467.partial">Pro-seminar in International Relations II</a>
                    <span class="crosslistings">Crosslisted as POLS 467/867</span>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: Senior standing and permission.</div>
        
                    <div class='notes'>Open to students with an interest in international relations.</div>
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Topics vary.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>
        <tr class="credits limits">
            <td class="label">Max credits per degree:</td>
            <td class="value">3</td>
        </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Comparative International and Regional Development    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_4e509f6a623c5f52fb2270622bf68ec0 lec">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">471/871</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/471.partial">Public Finance</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a>, or both <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a>.</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Microeconomic analysis of policy issues in public finance, emphasizing taxation. Includes public goods and externalities; analysis of tax incidence, efficiency, and equity; and fiscal federalism.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                    <tr class="format">
    <td class="label">Course Format:</td>
    <td class="value">
			Lecture				</td>
</tr>
                        <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Public Finance    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_4e509f6a623c5f52fb2270622bf68ec0">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">472/872</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/472.partial">Efficiency in Government</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a>, or both <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a>.</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Prepares students to conduct social and economic planning, program evaluation, and budgeting. Analysis of the delivery of government goods and services consistent with values and societal goals. Includes: philosophy of government, budget theory, social indicators, social fabric matrix, cost effective analysis, technology assessment, evaluation of the natural environment, and time analysis.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Public Finance    	       </td>
   </tr>
                   </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_f3378b04738c28ed6697a97f8c5faa6e">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
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            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">475/875</span>
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    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/475.partial">Theory and Analysis of Institutional Economics</a>
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                                    <div class="description">Survey of the basic ideas of Veblen, Polanyi, Commons, Ayres, Galbraith, and Myrdal. Applications of institutional analysis to major economic problems and policies. Examination of the economic system as part of the holistic human culture, a complex of many evolving institutions.</div>
                
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        <td class="value">3</td>
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                	Institutional Economics    	       </td>
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            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">481/881</span>
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    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/481.partial">Economics of the Labor Market</a>
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                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a>, or <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a>.</div>
        
        
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                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Microeconomics of wages and employment; determinants of labor demand and supply; marginal productivity; bargaining theories of wages; labor mobility and allocation among employers; and the impact of unions, government policy, investment in human capital; and discrimination in labor markets.</div>
                
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        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
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                            <td class="label">ACE Outcomes:</td>
                            <td class="value"><abbr title="Integrated Product">10</abbr></td>
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       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Labor Economics    	       </td>
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            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">482/882</span>
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    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/482.partial">Labor in the National Economy</a>
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        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a>, or <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> and/or <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a>.</div>
        
        
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                                    <div class="description">Macroeconomics aspects of labor economics; how the labor sector of the economy and the economy's overall performance are interrelated; analysis of the general level of wages, employment, unemployment, business cycles, and inflation.</div>
                
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        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
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                            <td class="label">ACE Outcomes:</td>
                            <td class="value"><abbr title="Integrated Product">10</abbr></td>
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       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Labor Economics    	       </td>
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            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">485/885</span>
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    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/485.partial">The Regulatory Environment for Employment and Labor</a>
                    <span class="crosslistings">Crosslisted as MNGT 466/866</span>
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        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: Junior Standing; <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MNGT/360">MNGT 360</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MNGT/361">361</a> (departmental permission is required if <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MNGT/360">MNGT 360</a> and/or <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MNGT/361">MNGT 361</a> have not been completed). <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/381">ECON 381</a> FOR ECON students.</div>
        
        
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                                    <div class="description">Government regulation of employment and labor relations. Includes laws and agencies relating to employment practices, pay, hours, equal employment opportunity, labor relations, safety, health, pensions, and benefits. Social and economic implications of governmental regulation considered.</div>
                
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        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
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    <td class="value">
			Lecture		 3		</td>
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       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	Labor Economics    	       </td>
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                            <div class="course grp_d9ed2a0999ca83ecbbf393caf9eb04c2">
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            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l2">487/887</span>
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    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/487.partial">Economies in Transition</a>
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        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/210">ECON 210</a>, or both <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">ECON 212</a>.</div>
        
        
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                                    <div class="description">Evolution of formally centrally planned economies (Soviet Union, central and eastern Europe, China) toward more market-oriented and decentralized economies. Includes comparisons of the speed and pattern of institutional changes, performance outcomes and implications for economic development strategies.</div>
                
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        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
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       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
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                	Comparative International and Regional Development    	       </td>
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                            <div class="course grp_40618e5b0a50e99e306b8394411be857">
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            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">499H</span>
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    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/499H.partial">Honors Thesis</a>
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                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: Admission to the University Honors Program or by invitation, and permission.</div>
        
        
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                                    <div class="description">Conduct a scholarly research project and write a University Honors Program thesis.</div>
                
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        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3-6</td>
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                	Research and Thesis    	       </td>
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            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">814</span>
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    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/814.partial">Insurance Law</a>
                    <span class="crosslistings">Crosslisted as LAW 783G</span>
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                                    <div class="description">Focuses on the features of common insurance contracts, legislative and administrative restrictions on insurance contracts and judicial techniques for interpreting, construing and regulating insurance contracts.</div>
                
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        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
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            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">815</span>
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    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/815.partial">Analytical Methods in Economics and Business</a>
                    <span class="crosslistings">Crosslisted as AECN 815</span>
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        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MATH/104">MATH 104</a> or <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/MATH/106">106</a></div>
        
        
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                                    <div class="description">Equilibrium Analysis: Applications in business, finance, and economics. Market equilibria, accumulations, and economics. Optimization: profit, cost, and utility functions. Constrained optimization problems with utility functions. Constrained optimization problems in production and consumer allocations; Kuhn and Tucker conditions; static and dynamic input-output Models.</div>
                
                <div class="subsequent">This course is a prerequisite for:
		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/917">ECON 917</a></div>
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        <td class="value">3</td>
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            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">827</span>
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    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/827.partial">Land Use Planning</a>
                    <span class="crosslistings">Crosslisted as LAW 699G</span>
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                                    <div class="description">Legal and administrative aspects of the regulation of land use and development, the problems and techniques of urban planning at the various levels of government, and the relationship of private owners and builders to the government policies involved in shaping the physical environment.</div>
                
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        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
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            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">828</span>
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    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/828.partial">Antitrust and Trade Regulation</a>
                    <span class="crosslistings">Crosslisted as LAW 628G</span>
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                                    <div class="description">Control of business activities through the federal antitrust laws. Emphasis on monopolies, joint ventures, pricefixing, boycotts, resale price maintenance, exclusive dealing and tying arrangements, territorial restrictions, and mergers.</div>
                
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        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
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            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">829</span>
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    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/829.partial">Unfair Competition</a>
                    <span class="crosslistings">Crosslisted as LAW 645G</span>
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                                    <div class="description">Study of the federal and state statutes and common law doctrines restricting unfair methods of competition in business. Topics include false advertising, trademark law, misappropriation, trade secret law and the right of publicity.</div>
                
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        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
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            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">830</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/830.partial">Products Liability Seminar</a>
                    <span class="crosslistings">Crosslisted as LAW 793G</span>
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                                    <div class="description">Selected problems in products liability, with emphasis on research and writing projects analyzing the problems.</div>
                
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        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">1-4</td>
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            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">852</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/852.partial">Teaching College Economics and Business</a>
            </div>
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    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Organization and planning, instructional strategies, assessment methods, and related topics for teaching economics and business courses in colleges and universities.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
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            </div>
        </div>
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                            <div class="course">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">853</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/853.partial">Economics of Education</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Survey of methods, theories, and analyses of education from an economics perspective. Education and human capital, educational production and cost functions, cost-benefit analysis, supply and demand for educators, education and economic growth.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
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        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
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                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
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                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
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            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
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                            <div class="course">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">854</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/854.partial">Economic Education Research</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Survey of research studies in the field of economic education. Research questions, data sources, theoretical models, experimental designs, statistical procedures, and research findings.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
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            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">873</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/873.partial">Microeconomic Models and Applications</a>
                    <span class="crosslistings">Crosslisted as AECN 873</span>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a>, <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">212</a>, and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/215">215</a></div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">This course is intended for MA Option II students and others who do not plan to proceed to PhD studies. Analysis of microeconomic decision-making by individuals and firms with emphasis on consumer demand, production, cost and profit, market structure and the economics of games, uncertainty, and information.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
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            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course lec">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">874</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/874.partial">Macroeconomic Models and Applications</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/211">ECON 211</a>, <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/212">212</a>, and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/215">215</a></div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Course prepares student for applied macroeconomic analysis in a business, governmental or academic setting. Empirical modeling strategies are developed from theoretical underpinnings to implementation, including data collection, estimation, forecasting, simulation, presentation and interpretation.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                    <tr class="format">
    <td class="label">Course Format:</td>
    <td class="value">
			Lecture				</td>
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                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
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                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">880</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/880.partial">Labor Law</a>
                    <span class="crosslistings">Crosslisted as LAW 753G</span>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Legislative and judicial patterns of the modern labor movement; the objectives of labor combinations; the forms of pressure employed for their realization and prevention; strikes, boycotts, picketing, and lockouts; the legal devices utilized in carving out the permissible bounds of damage suits involving labor activity; the labor injunction; the National Labor Relations Board; the nature of collective bargaining agreements; extra legal procedure for settling labor disputes-the techniques of mediation, conciliation, and arbitration.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
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                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">886</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/886.partial">Administrative Law</a>
                    <span class="crosslistings">Crosslisted as LAW 633G</span>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Origin and growth of the administrative process, the development of administrative law and its impact upon traditional legal institutions, analysis of the types of federal and state administrative tribunals, their powers and functions, and problems of administrative procedure, judicial and other controls upon the administrative process.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
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            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">899</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/899.partial">Masters Thesis</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: Admission to masters degree program and permission of major adviser</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">This course has no description.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">6-10</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
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        </div>
    </div>
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                            <div class="course">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">900</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/900.partial">Seminar in Economic Theory and Policy</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">This course has no description.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>
        <tr class="credits limits">
            <td class="label">Max credits per degree:</td>
            <td class="value">6</td>
        </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
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        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">903</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/903.partial">Seminar in Monetary Economics</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">This course has no description.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
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            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course lec">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">911A</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/911A.partial">Advanced Macroeconomic Theory I</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Advanced topics in aggregate dynamics and growth.</div>
                
                <div class="subsequent">This course is a prerequisite for:
		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/901A">AECN 901A</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/901E">AECN 901E</a></div>
                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                    <tr class="format">
    <td class="label">Course Format:</td>
    <td class="value">
			Lecture		 3		</td>
</tr>
                        <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
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        </div>
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                            <div class="course">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">911B</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/911B.partial">Advanced Macroeconomic Theory II</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Advanced topics in macroeconomic fluctuations.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
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                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course lec">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">912A</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/912A.partial">Advanced Microeconomic Theory I</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/312">ECON 312</a> or equivalent</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Survey of the theory of individual choice; demand, supply, production, price formation. Theory of market structure.</div>
                
                <div class="subsequent">This course is a prerequisite for:
		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/901A">AECN 901A</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/AECN/901E">AECN 901E</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/912B">ECON 912B</a></div>
                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                    <tr class="format">
    <td class="label">Course Format:</td>
    <td class="value">
			Lecture		 3		</td>
</tr>
                        <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
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                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course lec">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">912B</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/912B.partial">Advanced Microeconomic Theory II</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/912A">ECON 912A</a></div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Survey of general equilibrium and welfare theory; proof of the existence and stability of equilibrium allocations, their welfare interpretation, welfare functions, externalities, the possibility theorem, the theory of clubs.</div>
                
                <div class="subsequent">This course is a prerequisite for:
		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/912C">ECON 912C</a></div>
                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                    <tr class="format">
    <td class="label">Course Format:</td>
    <td class="value">
			Lecture		 3		</td>
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                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
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                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course grp_3afad59f1721b4c2e84fb47dcd6041c6 lec">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">912C</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/912C.partial">Advanced Microeconomic Theory III</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/912B">ECON 912B</a> or by permission by the instructor.</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Survey of various economic tools used to study models explicitly involving strategic behavior, information transmission, and contracting in economics, finance, accounting, and other business disciplines.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                    <tr class="format">
    <td class="label">Course Format:</td>
    <td class="value">
			Lecture		 3		</td>
</tr>
                        <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
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                                             <tr class="groups">
       <td class="label">Groups:</td>
       <td class="value">
                	General Economics and Theory    	       </td>
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            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">917</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/917.partial">Econometrics I</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/815">ECON 815</a> or equivalent; <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/STAT/880">STAT 880</a> or equivalent</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Matrix-based approach to the construction of statistical economic models, estimation of model parameters, and econometric inference. Multiple hypothesis tests, prediction, and general error structures.</div>
                
                <div class="subsequent">This course is a prerequisite for:
		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/918">ECON 918</a></div>
                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                                             </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">918</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/918.partial">Econometrics II</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/917">ECON 917</a></div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Continuation of Econometrics I involving a more advanced treatment of statistical economics models. Identification problem and alternative methods of estimating parameters.</div>
                
                <div class="subsequent">This course is a prerequisite for:
		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/919">ECON 919</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/920">ECON 920</a></div>
                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                                             </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course lec">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">919</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/919.partial">Advanced Topics in Econometrics III</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/918">ECON 918</a> with a grade of "B" or better</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">This course has no description.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                    <tr class="format">
    <td class="label">Course Format:</td>
    <td class="value">
			Lecture		 3		</td>
</tr>
                        <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                                             </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course lec">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">920</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/920.partial">Advanced Topics in Econometrics</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/918">ECON 918</a> with a grade of "B" or better</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">This course has no description.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                    <tr class="format">
    <td class="label">Course Format:</td>
    <td class="value">
			Lecture		 3		</td>
</tr>
                        <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                                             </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course lec">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">921</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/921.partial">Seminar in International Trade and Finance</a>
                    <span class="crosslistings">Crosslisted as AECN 921</span>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">This course has no description.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                    <tr class="format">
    <td class="label">Course Format:</td>
    <td class="value">
			Lecture		 3		</td>
</tr>
                        <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                                             </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">923</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/923.partial">Seminar in Development Economics</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">This course has no description.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                                             </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">927</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/927.partial">Seminar in Industrial Organization</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">This course has no description.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                                             </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">954</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/954.partial">Seminar in Economic Education Research</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">This course has no description.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                                             </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">971</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/971.partial">Public Expenditure, Taxation, and Fiscal Incidence</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/871">ECON 871</a> or permission</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Administration and organization of the public sector, bureaucracy, and microeconomic theories of taxation. Public goods, externalities, uncertainty, and income redistribution as sources of market failure; private market and collective choice models as possible correcting mechanisms.</div>
                
                <div class="subsequent">This course is a prerequisite for:
		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/972">ECON 972</a>,  		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/977">ECON 977</a></div>
                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
                                                             </table>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">972</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/972.partial">Fiscal Theory and Its Applications</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/971">ECON 971</a></div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">Advanced theory of the influence of fiscal instruments upon stability, growth, employment, balance of payments, and portfolios. Constraints of money and debt management. Generation and control of inflation. Policy applications.</div>
                
                <div class="subsequent">This course is a prerequisite for:
		<a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/977">ECON 977</a></div>
                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
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                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">975</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/975.partial">Seminar in Economic and Business History</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">This course has no description.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">2-3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
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                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">977</span>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/977.partial">Seminar in Public Finance</a>
            </div>
</div>
    <div class="wdn-grid-set">
        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/971">ECON 971</a> and <a class="course" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/972">972</a></div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">This course has no description.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
    </tr>                                            <tr class="deliveryMethods">
                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
                       </tr>
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                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
                            <div class="course">
	<div class="wdn-grid-set">
    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">981</span>
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        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/981.partial">Seminar in Labor Economics</a>
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                                    <div class="description">This course has no description.</div>
                
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                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
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    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">3</td>
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                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
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        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">996</span>
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    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/996.partial">Directed Reading or Research</a>
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        <div class="wdn-col-full bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths wdn-pull-right">
        
        
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                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">This course has no description.</div>
                
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                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">1-3</td>
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                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom,                         	                            	Web                        	                        	</td>
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                            <div class="course">
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    <div class="wdn-col-one-fourth bp1-wdn-col-one-fifth bp2-wdn-col-one-sixth">
        <div class="courseID">
            <span class="subjectCode">ECON</span>
            <span class="number l1">999</span>
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    <div class="wdn-col-three-fourths bp1-wdn-col-four-fifths bp2-wdn-col-five-sixths">
        <a class="coursetitle" href="https://bulletin.unl.edu/courses/ECON/999.partial">Doctoral Dissertation</a>
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                    <div class='prereqs'>Prereqs: Admission to doctoral degree program and permission of supervisory committee chair</div>
        
        
            <div class="wdn-grid-set">
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-two-thirds info-1">
                                    <div class="description">This course has no description.</div>
                
                                </div>
                <div class="bp2-wdn-col-one-third info-2">
                    <table class="zentable cool details">
                    
    <tr class="credits">
        <td class="label">Credit Hours:</td>
        <td class="value">1-24</td>
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        <tr class="credits limits">
            <td class="label">Max credits per degree:</td>
            <td class="value">55</td>
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                            <td class="label">Course Delivery:</td>
                            <td class="value">
                                                                                    	Classroom                        	                        	</td>
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