Courses Taught

professional portfolioPortfolio of Courses Taught at Appalachian
[Courses in red were developed and initially taught by S. Millsaps]

Economics Courses in Catalog: Undergraduate

  • ECO 1010: Survey of Current Economic Issus
  • ECO 2030: Principles of Economics – Price Theory
  • ECO 2040: Principles of Economics – Macroeconomics
  • ECO 3010: Intermediate Price Theory
  • ECO 3620: Environmental Economics
  • ECO 3710: Managerial Economics
  • ECO 3659: Industrial Organization and Public Policy

Statistics Courses in Catalog: Undergraduate

  • ECO 2100: Business and Economic Statistics I
  • ECO 2200: Business and Economic Statistics II
  • ECO 4750: Econometrics

Economics and Statistics Courses in Catalog: Graduate

  • ECO xxxx: Business Statistics*
  • ECO xxxx: Business Economics*

*These two graduate courses have had a variety of course numbers under different configurations of the MBA program in the College of Business.

Special Topic Courses: Undergraduate

  • ECO 3500: The Economics of Natural Resources
  • ECO 3500: The Economic Analysis of Law
  • ECO 3500: Energy Economics
  • ECO 3500: Law, Choice, and Individual Freedom

General Honors, Watauga College, and University Studies Courses: Undergraduate

  • GH 2510: Humans: Great Human Beings in Their Cultural Context
  • GH 2511: Humans: Perspectives on Problems, Solutions, and the Future (with L. Gerber)
  • Watauga College: Analysis of Public Policy
  • US xxxx: The Futures (with Dan German)

Courses Taught at Other Institutions

At Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University:

  • Law and Economics
  • Transportation Economics
  • Principles of Microeconomics

At University of Sarajevo (former Yugoslavia):

  • Intermediate Economic Theory
  • Graduate Econometrics