Public Economics Certificate

Public Economics Certificate, 9 credits (3 courses):

ECON 4660Public Finance Economics3
Select one of the following:3
Economics Of Gender
Economics Of Crime (WAC)
Principles of Public Policy
Urban Economics
Regional Economics
Population Economics
Health Economics
Labor Economics
Behavioral Economics
Total Hours9
  • PLO 1: Identification abilities. Students will identify and describe public policy economic phenomena using economic terms and concepts from the provided information and data.
  • PLO 2: Analytic and quantitative abilities. Students will analyze public policy economic models using graphical and quantitative tools.
  • PLO 3: Application abilities. Students will apply economic theory to a range of public policy economic topics.
  • PLO 4: Communication skills. Students written work and/or oral presentations will demonstrate the ability to interpret and summarize ideas effectively in terms of content, clarity, syntax, and organization of information, particularly for public policy economic proposals.