Economics is the study of how societies, governments, businesses, households and individuals allocate resources. Most of the world's significant social problems have an economic dimension, making economics a vital part of a comprehensive liberal arts education. The study of economics can also provide valuable knowledge for making personal decisions, such as choosing financial investments or weighing the benefits and costs of alternative careers.
Note that all courses may not be offered at every college of DCCCD. For a full listing of all courses, including which college offers a specific course, check the online Combined Colleges catalog.
A guided pathway will help you earn a college credential and build a career. It’s a one-page document that clearly shows you what courses to take (and when) to best prepare you for success in college and in your career.
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Economics Guided Pathway Map
Economics courses are listed under the four-letter rubric (course prefix):
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Check the current class schedule at the DCCCD college you plan to attend to see what classes are offered in a given semester. See the
browsable class schedules of the colleges of DCCCD.
The core of learning in college is a set of courses that will provide you with the knowledge, skills and educational experiences you need to succeed in higher education. Those classes — called the Core Curriculum — are the courses that lead to an associate degree from the colleges of DCCCD and which transfer to four-year colleges and universities.
Students who complete the DCCCD Core Curriculum with at least a 2.0 GPA are guaranteed that their courses will transfer as a block of credit to any Texas public college or university. Individual Core courses must be accepted as well by the transfer institution, according to state law.
Find out more about the Core Curriculum of the colleges of DCCCD.
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