Curriculum Map for Department of Economics

P = Primary Focus                     1 = Learning involves understanding and knowledge

S = Secondary Focus                  2 = Learning involves analysis and application

                                                    3 = Learning involves synthesis and evaluation

 

 

 

 

1003

 

1022

 

1023

 

2030

 

3022

 

3023

 

3030

 

3031

 

3150

 

3311

 

3402

 

3512

 

3821

 

3910

 

4040

 

4213

 

4315

 

4410

 

4570

 

4610

 

4613

 

4721

 

4777

 

4935

 

Explain major theoretical economic concepts (a, b)

 

 

P 1/2

 

P 1/2

 

P 1/2

 

 

 

P 2/3

 

P 2/3

 

S 2

 

S 3

 

P 2

 

S 2

 

S 2

 

P 2

 

 

P 2/3

 

S 2

 

S 2

 

S 3

 

P 3

 

S 2

 

P 2/3

 

P 3

 

P 2/3

 

S 2

 

S 2

 

S 2/3

 

Quantitatively analyze economic relationships (a, c)

 

 

S 1

 

S 1

 

S 1

 

P 1/2

 

S 2

 

S 2

 

P 2/3

 

 

S 1

 

S 2

 

S 2

 

S 2

 

S 2/3

 

S 1

 

P 2/3

 

P 2/3

 

P 3

 

S 2

 

P 2/3

 

S 3

 

S 3

 

S 2

 

S 2

 

S 2/3

 

Relate the historical schools of thought to current economic theory and issues (a, c)

 

 

S 1

 

S 1

 

S 1

 

 

 

S 2

 

S 2

 

 

 

P 2/3

 

S 1

 

P 2

 

S 1

 

 

S 2

 

 

 

 

 

S 2

 

 

S 2

 

 

 

S 2

 

S 2

 

S 1

 

Apply theoretical, quantitative, and historical perspectives to current issues (a, c)

 

 

S 1

 

S 1

 

S 1

 

S 1

 

S 2

 

S 2

 

S 2

 

 

P 2

 

P 2

 

P 2

 

P 2

 

P 2/3

 

P 2

 

P 2

 

S 2

 

S 2/3

 

P 2

 

S 2/3

 

S 2/3

 

S 2/3

 

P 2/3

 

P 2/3

 

P 2/3

 

Critique and/or formulate policy options (a, c, f)

 

 

S 1

 

S 1

 

S 1

 

 

S 2

 

S 2

 

S 2

 

 

S 2

 

P 2

 

P 1

 

 

P 2/3

 

P 2/3

 

S 2

 

 

P 2/3

 

P 2

 

P 2/3

 

S 2

 

P 3

 

P 2/3

 

P 2/3

 

P 2/3

 

UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH

INSTITUTIONAL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

 

Upon receiving a bachelor's degree, students will be able to:

        Demonstrate competence in a major field(s). (a)

        Communicate effectively through writing, speaking, and group interactions. (b)

        Think critically and creatively in seeking solutions to practical and theoretical problems. (c)

        Apply understanding of cultural differences in diverse environments. (d)

        Contribute to communities in which they live. (e)

        Use ethical reasoning to make informed and principled choices. (f)