Labor Economics
Academic Credit

Labor economics examines the operations of the labor market and the world of work. After exploring what determines the demand for and supply of labor, we turn to a range of labor market issues including education and training, the determination of wages, the effects of unemployment, the causes and consequences of discrimination, immigration, unions, and other issues. This is a quantitative intensive course that examines and analyzes labor market statistics as well as develops quantitative concepts for measuring labor market processes and outcomes. This course uses these data and concepts to assess labor market regulations such as the minimum wage. QI

Registration Information: If you are a matriculated student, you must register for credit classes using the Campus Information System (CIS). If you are new to the University, you must first submit an application to the Admissions Office, then register using the Campus Information System (CIS).

This class is also offered as a non credit class. Go to the non credit version of the class.

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Class Sections For Labor Economics (ECON 3100)

Fall 2024 Section 70

Credit Hours: 3
M 08/19/24 - 10/04/24
6:00 pm-9:00 pm


Price: Tuition


Note: This is a Hybrid course, which uses a mixture of online, face-to-face, and technology enhanced instruction. You will need reliable computer access. This class will meet 3 hours a week with 3 hours of online work every week. This class meets at the Sandy Campus at 10011 Centennial Parkway, Suite 100, Sandy. For directions call 801.587.2520 or visit

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