Economics 110,  Introduction to Economic Theory
Section 2: 9:00 - 10:20, Exley Science Center Room 121

Instructor:  Michael C. Lovell, Office: Room 211 PAC
        EMail  Mike Lovell ; Phone: 685-2355      
       Office Hours: Tuesday, 11:30-12:30; Wednesday, 2:30-3:30, phone for appointment, or drop by

Course Assistant:  Jack Hung W'07, Email: CHung@Wesleyan.Edu

Textbook: Michael C. Lovell, Economics with Calculus
       Link to information about this text, including preface, table of contents and sample chapters

Course Description: An introduction to the principles of micro- and macroeconomic theory intended for prospective majors and students wishing to prepare themselves for a broad range of upper-class elective courses in economics. Mathematical tools essential for further study in economics are introduced gradually throughout the course.

Essential Capabilities: Quantitative Reasoning Gen Ed Area Dept: SBS ECON
Credit: 1 Grading Mode: Student Option
Course Format: Lecture/Discussion Level: UGRD
Prerequisites: MATH118 OR MATH122 OR MATH221 OR MATH222

Note: Students who have the equivalent of a year of calculus or have done well on the Calculus AP exam but have not completed Math 118 or Math 122 or 221 or Math 222 should request a Prerequisite Override from the instructor. Students who did well in Math 117 or Math 121 may be allowed to enroll provided they take a second semester calculus course concurrently.

LINKS:
Syllabus
Calculus Self-Test (Due 12:00 noon, September 8th)
Calculus study guides, sample textbook chapters, errata and supplements
Course Handouts

Mike Lovell's Home Page

Last revision: 7/24/06