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Butler 2018-19 
Butler 2018-19 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Economics (AA)

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Program Information

Economics is about choice and the impact of those choices on individuals and society. The field relates to the decisions made as individuals or families and the structures created by governments and firms. Studying the economic way of thinking can provide the student with the ability to make better choices and become an informed citizen. Butler Community College’s Economics Department offers classes in Microeconomics, which focuses on the small economy of individuals and businesses; Macroeconomics, which focuses on the large economy of the government and the Federal Reserve; and Engineering Economics, which focuses on economic principles and their application to engineering projects.

Contact Information

Noreen Templin
Department Chaitr, Professor
Office: BOE 804C


First Term: 16 Credit Hours

Select one: 3 Credit Hours

Select one: 3 Credit Hours

Second Term: 15-16 Credit Hours

Third Term: 14-16 Credit Hours

Fourth Term: 14-16 Credit Hours

Total Degree Pathway Credit Hours: 59-64

(Students will need to complete a minimum of 60 credit hours for this program.)

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