Course CostSemester: Spring 2020
Credit Hours: 3.0
Some sections may include additional fees
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This is a survey course introducing students to the basics of both macroeconomics and microeconomics. The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to the disciplines of economics and provide a basic understanding of how it functions in today’s society. Topics studied include the theory of demand and supply and its welfare application, market structures, income distribution, fiscal and monetary policy, and the global economy.
Note: Not intended for students majoring in economics or business or for students with a minor in economics.
IAI: S3 900.
|Status||Days||Times||Location||Instructor||Meeting Times||Duration||Books / Materials||Ticket #||CRN|
|Open||TTh||9:30am-10:45am||Iseli||Day Classes||available soon||
|Open||W||6:30pm-9:15pm||Iseli||Evening Classes||available soon||
Online instruction is delivered 100 percent via the Internet through use of the college's learning management system. Any proctored testing requirements are indicated.
|Dharmasankar||12-Week, Accelerated||available soon||
Meets between: Feb. 17-May 15