Upper Level Course Schedule

The following lists contain several years of upper level Economics and Finance course offerings, by semester. By reviewing the pattern and rotation of the listed courses, you can develop a four-year program of study to help keep you on track for graduation.  Principles of economics courses (ECON 2105 and ECON 2106) are taught every semester.

*Note:  Course rotation is subject to change*

Spring 2021
ECON 3240, International Finance (Xu, TR 11:00-12:15)
ECON 3440, Comparative Economic Systems (TBA, TR 15:30-16:45)
ECON 3600, Intermediate Microeconomics (Clark, MW 11:00-12:15)
ECON 3620, Industrial Organization (TBA, MW 15:30-16:45)
ECON 3820, Money & Banking, (Evans, MW 14:00-15:15)
ECON 3830, Financial Markets & Institutions (Durongkadej, TR 14:00-15:15)
ECON 4990, Senior Seminar in Economics (Conaway, MW 12:30-13:45)
FINC 3131, Business Finance I  (Ling, MW 11:00-12:15 and 12:30-13:45; Durongkadej, TR 09:30-10:45 and 11:00-12:15)
FINC 3820, Money & Banking (Evans, MW 14:00-15:15)
FINC 3830, Financial Markets and Institutions (Durongkadej, TR 14:00-15:15)

Fall 2020
ECON 3100, Personal Finance (Evans, TR 12:30-13:45)
ECON 3220, International Trade (Xu, Online)
ECON 3620, Industrial Organization
(Conaway, MW 14:00-15:15)
ECON 3680, Natural Resource & Environmental Economics
(Swinton, TR 15:30-16:45)
ECON 3650, Public Choice Theory (Wallace, MW 14:00-15:15)
ECON 3800, Intermediate Macroeconomics (Arias, TR 09:30-10:45)
ECON 3940, GC Nudge Unit
(Clark, Small Group Study)
ECON 4340, Introductory Econometrics (Clark, MW 11:00-12:15)
FINC 3100, Personal Finance (Evans, TR 12:30-13:45)
FINC 3131, Business Finance I  (Ling, MW 11:00-12:15 and 14:00-15:15; Durongkadej, TR 11:00-12:15 and TR 14:00-15:15)
FINC 4101, Investment Analysis (Ling, MW 15:30-16:45)
FINC 4505, Special Topic: Financial Management (Durongkadej, TR 09:30-10:45)

Summer 2020
ECON 3100, Personal Finance
FINC 3100, Personal Finance
FINC 3131, Business Finance I 

Spring 2020
ECON 3220, International Trade
ECON 3600, Intermediate Microeconomics
ECON 3645, Public Economics: Expenditure

ECON 3830, Financial Markets & Institutions
ECON 3940, GC Nudge Unit
ECON 4320, Introductory Math Economics
ECON 4505, Economics & Stats of Gambling
ECON 4990, Senior Seminar in Economics
FINC 3830, Financial Markets and Institutions

Fall 2019
ECON 3100, Personal Finance
ECON 3220, International Trade
ECON 3640, Public Economics Taxation
ECON 3800, Intermediate Macroeconomics
ECON 3820, Money & Banking 
ECON 4340, Introductory Econometrics
FINC 3100, Personal Finance
FINC 3131, Business Finance I 
FINC 3820, Money & Banking
FINC 4101, Investment Analysis

Spring 2019
ECON 3220, International Trade
ECON 3240, International Finance
ECON 3440, Comparative Economics Systems
ECON 3600, Intermediate Microeconomics
ECON 3650, Public Choice Theory
ECON 3830, Financial Markets & Institutions
ECON 4505, Experimental Economics
ECON 4990, Senior Seminar in Economics
FINC 3131, Business Finance I
FINC 3132, Business Finance II
FINC 3240, International Finance
FINC 3830, Financial Markets and Institutions

Fall 2018
ECON 3100, Personal Finance
ECON 3220, International Trade
ECON 3620, Industrial Organization
ECON 3680, Natural Resource & Environmental Economics 
ECON 3800, Intermediate Macroeconomics
ECON 3820, Money & Banking
ECON 4340, Introductory Econometrics
FINC 3100, Personal Finance
FINC 3131, Business Finance I
FINC 3820, Money & Banking
FINC 4101, Investment Analysis

Summer 2018
ECON/FINC 3100, Personal Finance
FINC 3131, Business Finance I

Spring 2018
ECON 3220, International Trade
ECON 3240, International Finance
ECON 3600, Intermediate Microeconomics
ECON 3645, Public Economics: Expenditure
ECON 3660. Controversial Economic Issues
ECON 3670, Labor Economics
ECON 3830, Financial Markets & Institutions
ECON 4505, Economics of Gambling
ECON 4990, Senior Seminar in Economics 
FINC 3131, Business Finance I
FINC 3132, Business Finance II
FINC 3240, International Finance
FINC 3830, Financial Markets and Institutions