These learning outcomes are meant only as sample and are not representative of Santa Ana College's learning outcomes.
ECON 100: Economics of Public Issues
Apply economic reasoning to the analysis of selected contemporary economic problems.
Recognize and identify situations leading to market failures.
Discuss the efficiency and equity implications of government interference in markets.
ECON 101: US Economic History and Institutions
Describe important economic and political events in US history and the connections among them.
Explain how the unique backgrounds and social experiences of groups within the US population shape different views toward economic policy.
Identify key economic legislation, from the US Constitution to recent laws, and the historical context that motivated them.
Analyze the various processes by which economic policy is made in practice and whom these processes tend to empower.
Discuss the confluences and trade-offs between individual economic liberties and social objectives.
ECON 102: California Economic History and Institutions
Explain how the California constitution empowers citizens to influence legislation, in the context of economic policy initiatives from state history.
Distinguish between federal, state, and local government powers and funding.
Analyze the relationship between public policy and economic and social outcomes in California.
Discuss the role played by transformative economic events, such as the Gold Rush and the advent of IT technology, in California’s development.
Source: Cal State East Bay