Fall 2017 Course Offerings:
ECON 221 000A Principles of Microeconomics (campus-semester)
ECON 221 049X Principles of Microeconomics (online-term 1)
ECON 222 000A Principles of Macroeconomics (campus-semester)
ECON 222 049Y Principles of Macroeconomics (online-term 2)
Vitae of John Tiner
John W Tiner began working in higher education in 1988 and began teaching in higher education in 1994. He has a Master’s Degree from Southeast Missouri State University, an Educational Specialist’s Degree from Arkansas State University, and he recently completed his dissertation and defense at Oklahoma State University for a PhD. Dr. Tiner’s dissertation title is “Effects of a Goal Setting Assignment on Variables of Motivation for Students in the Online Classroom Environment”.
He is married and has three children as well as several pets (his wife is a veterinarian). He is a veteran of the USAF and his wife is a veteran of the US Army. He and his wife are both fans of college sports. He says what he likes most about Higher Education is helping students to succeed. His areas of research have focused on academic advising and learning styles. The bulk of his teaching experience has been as a tenured economics faculty member at Three Rivers College.
He has held memberships in the Nebraska Economics and Business Association, Alpha Beta Gamma, Delta Epsilon Chi, Psi Chi, the American Counseling Association, The Educational Psychology Student Society, The Native American Student Association, and The American Economic Association. His areas of research involve decision making, motivation, and online education.