Prin of Economics I (ECO-201)
An introduction to economic problems of GDP growth, full employment, price stability, and national debt and deficits. Topics include national income accounting, aggregate economic sectors, money and banking, income determination, and fiscal and monetary policies. Students will be able to evaluate and measure the nation's economic health in relation to unemployment, inflation, and other macroeconomic indicators. Prerequisites: ENG 089, ENG 099, MAT 022, or permission of instructor or Department Chair. 3 lecture hours per week. 3 credit hours.