Economics students learn to collect data and make forecasts regarding supply and demand and how these influence prices and markets.

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Economics

Economists collect data and make forecasts regarding supply and demand and how these influence prices and markets.

Careers in Economics

Economists are employed by a wide variety of employers: consulting firms, in all branches of government, in financial firms, as research experts and as specialists in economic development, international trade, and labor economics. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports occupational employment and wage data for economists. 

Transfer Econ Credits

GCC’s core classes transfer to ASU's Bachelor of Science degree program in economics.

Courses Offered

Course Course Name
ECN 160 Economic History of the United States
ECN 211 Macroeconomic Principles
ECN 212 Microeconomic Principles

Contact:

Assistant Department Chair

Faculty

Room: 05-108
Phone: (623) 845-4765
sasha.radisich@gccaz.edu
Building: Faculty Offices (O5)