COURSE DESCRIPTION: Introduces macroeconomic and microeconomic principles and considers their bearing on present conditions. Describes structural and functional aspects of the economy. Analyzes the organization of business, labor, and governmental institutions and their economic stability and growth. Presents measures of economic activity. Discusses private enterprise, economic growth and stabilization policies, monetary and fiscal policy. Considers international economic relationships and alternative economic systems. Lecture 3 hours per week.
Prerequisites: (ENF 1 or ENF 2) and MTE 1-5
|Summer 2019: COURSE DETAILS|
|CLASS # 19365||SECTION: D7A||SESSION: 5W2|
|INSTRUCTOR: Mark Wencel||CREDITS: 3.00|
|COURSE PREFIX: ECO||CATALOG NUMBER: 202|
|LOCATION: Distance Learning||DAYS: Online||ROOM NUMBER:|
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