Applied Economics Courses

Applied Economics, AECO = 0430

4080. Principles of Economic and Community Development. 3 hours. Presents a broad, interdisciplinary perspective on the local and regional economic development process. Topics include economic base analysis, industrial targeting and recruitment, tax incentives and economic impact analysis.

4090. The Political Economy of Texas. 3 hours. Interdisciplinary survey of the demographic, political and economic forces influencing Texas' emergence as a modern industrial state. Topics include Texas' fiscal and regulatory environments, human capital needs, and relationship with the federal government.

4900-4910. Special Problems. 1-3 hours each. Special problems and research in economic development or regional/sectoral analysis. Registration permitted only upon approval of instructor.

4920. Cooperative Education in Economic Development or Regional/Sectoral Analysis. 1-3 hours. Supervised work in a job directly related to the student's major, professional field of study or career objective. Prerequisite(s): at least 6 hours of credit in economic development or regional/sectoral analysis courses; student must meet employer's requirements and have consent of the institute director. May be repeated for credit.

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