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Economics majors take basic courses in macroeconomics and microeconomics. The former studies the working of economy as a whole, and includes extensive analysis of the government sector. The latter analyzes individual markets, including issues concerning firms, consumers, resource markets, and different industry structures. Additionally, courses are offered which examine specific economic applications, such as Money and Banking, Managerial Economics, Economic Development, International Economics, International Business Issues, Forecasting, Labor Economics, Economics of Political Behavior, Public Finance, and Econometrics.