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EC101 Macroeconomics

An examination of the macroeconomic factors that influence the activities of consumers, businesses, and government. By analyzing national income, supply and demand, investment and savings, consumption patterns, and monetary and fiscal policy, the student will gain insight into the economic issues of the day. Among these are the causes of inflation, unemployment, recession, and the effects of government policies on the economy. A library component is included.

3 Credit Hours

Course Descriptions » Economics

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