ECON202N: Macroeconomics

Class Program
Class Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Credits 3

Fulfills General Education Quantitative Literacy requirement for Associate in Arts Degree in History & Political Science 

This course provides an analysis of the basic characteristics of a modern market-directed economy influenced by global development. Topics discussed include supply and demand; gross domestic product; consumer price and confidence indexes; the business cycle; inflation and unemployment; fiscal, supply-side and monetary policy; and the Federal Reserve System. The use of mathematics and graphing skills will illustrate various economic principles and relationships.


Placement into a college-level math.