Who should study Economics?
Economics is the study of the allocation of scarce resources (including: our time, our energy, our built capital, and our natural resources). Economics examines ways to get the most benefit out of our resources. If you are interested in a structured system of thought that allows for rational, well-thought decision making, economics will interest you.
Economics will be of interest to students who intend to transfer to a full economics program at another university, business students and those looking for a well-rounded education. Economists play important roles in: government (all departments), banks, other financial institutions and research centres.
Course offerings at Selkirk College
Selkirk College offers introductory courses in microeconomics and macroeconomics. These courses transfer to all participating BC post-secondary institutions. Course requirements vary among post-secondary institutions so it is advised that you plan your program with a Selkirk College counsellor or contact the UAS School Chair for information on transferability.
ECON 106 - Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 107 - Principles of Microeconomics