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Upper-division economics courses?
#1
Hello guys,

Where can I take affordable upper division economics courses?

Is there any affordable online college that will allow me to take upper division economics?

I need to take about five economics courses
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#2
Not at a school, but the Money and Banking DSST Exam is UL.

FHSU has UL Econ courses; they are $226.88/cr
ECON 301 Intermediate Microeconomics
ECON 302 Intermediate Macroeconomics
IDS 300 Economic Ideas and Current Issues

FHSU Grad-level Econ courses are $298.55/cr
ECON 601 Quantitative Methods
ECON 640 Money and Banking
ECON 644 International Economics
ECON 651 Managerial Economics

U of Idaho Independent Study ($160/cr=$510/course)
Econ 343: Money and Banking
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(08-18-2021, 11:57 AM)dfrecore Wrote: Not at a school, but the Money and Banking DSST Exam is UL.

FHSU has UL Econ courses; they are $226.88/cr
ECON 301 Intermediate Microeconomics
ECON 302 Intermediate Macroeconomics
IDS 300 Economic Ideas and Current Issues

FHSU Grad-level Econ courses are $298.55/cr
ECON 601 Quantitative Methods
ECON 640 Money and Banking
ECON 644 International Economics
ECON 651 Managerial Economics

U of Idaho Independent Study ($160/cr=$510/course)
Econ 343: Money and Banking

Thank you so much! I'll check FHSU Smile
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https://lases.uccs.edu/programs-a-l/fte

https://lases.uccs.edu/programs-a-l/elc

These are graduate level courses intended for economics teachers that transcript with a straight-up ECON prefix.
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#5
Thanks, any other suggestions?
Cheap grad-level ECON courses are fine too
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(08-19-2021, 02:18 AM)nomaduser Wrote: Thanks, any other suggestions?
Cheap grad-level ECON courses are fine too

Geez, I give you 8 courses, someone else gives you more, and it's not enough?
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(08-20-2021, 12:11 PM)dfrecore Wrote:
(08-19-2021, 02:18 AM)nomaduser Wrote: Thanks, any other suggestions?
Cheap grad-level ECON courses are fine too

Geez, I give you 8 courses, someone else gives you more, and it's not enough?

Thanks for the courses but the FHSU courses are not available all the time. Some of their ECON online courses are available only once in two years.
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(08-20-2021, 12:11 PM)dfrecore Wrote:
(08-19-2021, 02:18 AM)nomaduser Wrote: Thanks, any other suggestions?
Cheap grad-level ECON courses are fine too

Geez, I give you 8 courses, someone else gives you more, and it's not enough?

When it comes to options for courses and tests...

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Have you checked out BYU and U of Idaho's Independent Study programs?
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University of Maine at Presque Isle (UMPI) - 2021 and 2022



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#10
I sympathize with you nomaduser. Upper-division economics courses seem expensive to come by, particularly for econometrics and math-based upper level and graduate courses. I have done a fair bit of searching and cannot find any for less than about $350/hour.
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