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COURSE SYLLABUS

IN

(ECON 2)
(Microeconomics)

Prepared by:

(DIVINE GRACE M. JASA)


(Bachelor of Science in Business Administration)

CORE GATEWAY COLLEGE, INC.


Maharlika Highway, San Jose City, N.E
CORE GATEWAY COLLEGE, INC.
Maharlika Highway, San Jose City, Nueva Ecija 3121
Tel/Fax No. 044 5111609; 044 9403154
Email add: core_gateway@yahoo.com.ph

VISSION, MISSION, GOALS & OBJECTIVES

CGCI VISION:
Core Gateway College, Inc. (CGCI) envisions the molding of students as proactive, dynamic and God-loving members of the
community who are deeply imbued with intellectual capacities, affective competencies, and behavioral skills, enabling them to
participate and contribute in the building of the local, national and global village.

CGCI MISSION:
Core Gateway College, Inc. (CGCI) shall develop the individual’s basic knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary for a
meaningful and wholesome living so that he would be able to positively contribute to the development of local, national and global
community.

COLLEGE GOALS:
To provide quality education through the development of self-efficacy and competence in communication, critical thinking, and
better judgment based on foundational moral principle.

OBJECTIVES OF THE DEPARTMENT:


In carrying out this mission, the Department is guided by the following core values:
1. Intellectual Excellence.
2. Create an Impact to the Community.
3. Dedicated Service
4. Integrity
5. Responsibility and Accountability
COURSE NUMBER : ECON 2
COURSE TITLE : Microeconomics
I. COURSE DESCRIPTION :
This course provides a student a thorough introduction to microeconomic theory. in microeconomics, Starting from the
basic ideas of tradeoffs, opportunity cost, and the benefits of trade, we will study how the market forces of supply and
demand cause prices to be what they are. We will see the sense in which market economies are efficient, and the way
governments can make our economy less or more efficient.

II. COURSE CONTENT :


Its purpose is for the students to understand economic activity, price theory and economic theory, overview of the
economy, types of economic system market system and the enterprise mixed economy.
III. TIME ALLOTMENT : 54 Hours

IV. UNIT CREDIT : 3 units

V. CURRICULUM AREA : Professional Courses

VI. COURSE OBJECTIVES :

At the end of the course, the students of the Business Administration major in Business Management should be
able to:

1. Define basic economic terms.


2. Identify the elements involved in the objective of satisfying wants.
3. Explain and predict how supply and demand concept will affect prices in market economies
4. Describe the methodology used in the scientific approach in studying economics.
5. Itemize the characteristics of microeconomics
Preliminary Period
Target Objectives Content/Topic Teaching- Values Evaluation References
Schedule Learning
Strategies
Explain the Introduction to Lecture, Understanding & Quiz and Introductory to

1ST 2nd economic activity Economic Discussion, Respect Exercise Microeconomics
WEEK ,consumption , Theory Question and 4th edition by
price theory and Answer Cristobal M.
economic theory Pagoso,
and an overview of Rosemary P.
. Dinio, George
the economy
A. Villasis,
Pamela
Discuss the market Pagoso-
mechanism, Meneses and
demand, the law of Lecture, Acceptance of Question and Prescilla
Demand and

3RD 4th demand and Supply Discussion, Good Values Answer Pagoso- Veloso
WEEK supply, and the Question and
dynamics of Answer Introductory to
demand and supply Microeconomics
4th edition by
5TH_ 6th To explain the price Elasticity of Lecture, Patience, Long quiz Cristobal M.
WEEK elasticity of demand Demand and Discussion Determination, Pagoso,
, income elasticity Supply Sacrifices & Rosemary P.
of demand and Understanding Dinio, George
cross elasticity of A. Villasis,
demand and supply Pamela
Pagoso-
Meneses and
PRELIM Prescilla
EXAM Pagoso- Veloso
Midterm Period
Target Objectives Content/Topic Teaching – Values Evaluation References
Schedule Learning
Strategies
6TH – 7TH Discuss the Theory of Lecture, Acknowledging Question and Introductory to
WEEK introduction of Consumption Discussion, the author in Answer Microeconomics
utility and Giving of terms of 4th edition by
behavioral Examples gratitude & Cristobal M.
factors, the courtesy Pagoso,
utility of Rosemary P.
function, Dinio, George
consumption, A. Villasis,
dynamics, Pamela
income and Pagoso-
substitution Meneses and
effects. Prescilla
Lecture & Appreciation and Quiz ,Report Pagoso- Veloso

8TH 9TH Explain the Theory of visual courtesy
WEEK production Production presentation Introductory to
function, the Microeconomics
isoquant, 4th edition by
productivity Cristobal M.
and relative Pagoso,
resource Rosemary P.
efficiency Dinio, George
A. Villasis,
10TH WEEK Discuss the The Theory of Lecture, Pro-active Long quiz Pamela
general Cost and Profit Assignment, participation & Pagoso-
concept and Reporting with cooperation Meneses and
profit concept Discussion Prescilla
MIDTERM Pagoso- Veloso
EXAM
Semi-Final Period
Target Objectives Content/Topic Teaching– Values Evaluation References
Schedule Learning
Strategies
11th – 12th Discuss the pure Pricing and Lecture & Appreciation Written Introductory to
WEEK competition, Output under visual and courtesy outputs Microeconomics
pure and perfect Pure presentation Quiz ,Report 4th edition by
competition, Competition Participatory Cristobal M.
price and output discussion Pagoso,
in the long run, Rosemary P.
an evaluation of Dinio, George A.
a competitive Villasis, Pamela
market. Pagoso-
Monopolistic Lecture & Pro-active Written Meneses and
13TH – 14TH Explain the Competition visual participation & outputs Prescilla
WEEK demand curve, presentation cooperation Quiz ,Report Pagoso- Veloso
common Participatory
misconceptions discussion
about
monopolistic Introductory to
economy and Microeconomics
the welfare 4th edition by
effects of pure Cristobal M.
mopoly Pagoso,
Rosemary P.
Dinio, George A.
Oligopoly Villasis, Pamela
15TH- 16TH Discuss the Lecture & Pro-active Long quiz Pagoso-
WEEK classification of visual participation & Meneses and
oligopoly presentation cooperation Prescilla
markets, Participatory Pagoso- Veloso
collusion vs discussion
independent
action and
kinked demand
curve
SEMI-FINAL
EXAM

Final Period
Target Objectives Content/Topic Teaching- Values Evaluation References
Schedule Learning
Strategies
17TH – 18TH Explain the Welfare and Lecture, Participation, Long quiz Introductory to
WEEK concept of Equilibrium Assignment, Confidence Microeconomics
welfare and with Discussion 4th edition by
equilibrium Cristobal M.
and the Pagoso,
conditions of Rosemary P.
optimum Dinio, George A.
welfare Villasis, Pamela
Pagoso-
Meneses and
FINAL EXAM Prescilla
Pagoso- Veloso
III. COURSE REQUIREMENT:
Delivery and Evaluation Activity
Periodical Examination, Quizzes, Assignments, Oral Presentation/Reporting and other course requirements related
to the subject.

IV. COMPUTATION OF GRADES


A. Prelim, Midterm, Semi-Final & Final
Term Exam - 40%
Quizzes - 15%
Attendance - 10%
Assignment, Recitation, - 10%
Reporting, Presentation of Research - 25%
Total - 100%

V. REFERENCES
1. Introductory to Microeconomics 4th edition by Cristobal M. Pagoso, Rosemary P. Dinio, George A. Villasis, Pamela
Pagoso-Meneses and Prescilla Pagoso- Veloso

Prepared by : DIVINE GRACE M. JASA

Reviewed by: JERWIN R.SORIANO, MBA


Department Head.

Approved by: MARCELO J VILUAN,MPA


Dean of College

Date: November ,2019


SAMPLE COMPUTATION GRADING SYSTEM:

A. PRELIM – TERM/INITIAL GRADE


Average Quiz = Q1 + Q2 + Q3
Total No. of Quizzes

Class Standing = includes oral report, recitation, attendance, assignment

Periodic Grade = Exam Grade + AQ + Class Standing


(40%) (30%) (30%)

B. FINAL GRADES

P (25%) 75 18.75

M (25%) 80 20.00

S (25%) 85 21.25

F (25%) 90 22.50

82.50