2021-2022 Undergraduate Bulletin

ECO 310 Economics in Historical Perspectives

3 hours 

This course studies the evolution of global capitalism. Beginning with precapitalist modes of production, it follows capitalism's progression throughout time by studying the works of the most influential thinkers in economics. This comprehensive analysis of economics examines structural changes, the institutions that support them, government policies, and other economic agents. The course pays special attention to how capitalism affects people's lives, their work, and the environment.




ENG 201, ECO 101 or ECO 120 or ECO 125, and junior standing or above