ECO 202 - Macroeconomics
Provides an understanding of the national economy, including inflation and unemployment, national income, the monetary system, fiscal and monetary policy, and economic stability. Comparative economic systems, international trade and contemporary economic developments are considered throughout. (Students should refer to specific curricular requirements. Graduation credit not given for ECO 111 if ECO 202 is taken).
Prerequisite: MTH 091 or MTH 133 or test scores eligible to enter MTH courses higher than MTH 091 or MTH 133.
Credits: 3(Lec: 3)
School: School of Liberal Arts
Department: Social/Behavioral Science
Attributes: General Elective