This is an introductory survey course on economic theory, economic principles, and their application to community economic development policy and strategy. It is designed to equip advanced students with an understanding of applied economics. Students will examine the economic problems faced by communities and explore analysis, policy and practice strategies to address them. Emphasis is given to domestic and international economic development issues affecting underdeveloped and developing countries. Students with a strong graduate-level background in economics and CED may request waiver of this course.