Erin Moody is an instructor and the Director of Undergraduate Studies in Economics. She received dual degrees in Mathematics & Statistics and Quantitative Economics from Miami University of Ohio and earned her PhD in Economics at the University of Maryland. Dr. Moody teaches Principles of Microeconomics, Current Issues in American Economics Policy, Game Theory, and other Applied Microeconomics courses.

Course Name Course Title Semester Syllabus
ECON200 Principles of Microeconomics Fall 2024
ECON386 Experiential Learning Fall 2024
ECON386 Experiential Learning Spring 2024
ECON354 Using Big Data to Solve Economic and Social Problems Spring 2024
ECON200 Principles of Microeconomics Fall 2023
ECON386 Experiential Learning Fall 2023
ECON386 Experiential Learning Spring 2023
ECON354 Using Big Data to Solve Economic and Social Problems Spring 2023
ECON386 Experiential Learning Fall 2022
ECON181 Putting a Price on the Environment: An Economist's Perspective on Sustainability Fall 2022
ECON200 Principles of Microeconomics Spring 2022
ECON386 Experiential Learning Spring 2022
ECON386 Experiential Learning Fall 2021
ECON181 Putting a Price on the Environment: An Economist's Perspective on Sustainability Fall 2021
ECON200 Principles of Microeconomics Spring 2021
ECON386 Experiential Learning Spring 2021
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Department of Economics
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emoody [at] umd.edu