Course Department: 
Economics
Course Frequency: 
Alternate years
Course Description: 

Students learn to use economic models to understand various aspects of the development process, including capital accumulation, the demographic transition, the role of agriculture, rural to urban migration, income distribution issues, environmental concerns, provision of basic human needs, and the role of education and health care. Students choose a country to follow for the semester, for which they find, analyze, and present data. Students are also grouped by region for joint presentations on regional development. Prerequisites: Economics 111, 112. One unit.

Course Number: 

205

Course Section SubHeader: 
200-Level Electives