2018-2019 Catalog Winter Update [Archived]

ECO 201 Macroeconomics

(Contact Hours: 3) This principles course surveys basic macroeconomic theories and applications. Macroeconomics is the study of total or "aggregate" economic activity. For instance, the course investigates the problems of inflation and unemployment. Major topics also include: Gross Domestic Product (GDP) measurement, national income determination, money and banking, fiscal and monetary policy, and international finance. PREREQUISITE: Math -- SAT: 27.5, ALEKS: 46, Accuplacer (Algebra): 85, NextGen Accuplacer (Quantitative Reasoning): 265, ACT: 22, COMPASS (Algebra): 65, or MATH 116 is REQUIRED. Successful completion of ENG 110 or ENG 160 is also REQUIRED.

Credits

3