ECON 1100 - Global Economics
3 Class Hours 0 Laboratory Hours 3 Credit Hours
Prerequisite: ENGL 0099, MATH 0099, READ 0099, if required.
Analysis of economic decision-making in a global setting. Examines the fundamental questions of economics as they relate to individuals, firms, and governments operating in an open economy. Topics covered include: a comparison of economic systems, how a market system works, the role of government in the economy, the basis for international trade, the dynamics of the global monetary system, and the impact of technology on economic growth.
Notes: This course is for non-business majors. This course will not count for business majors.
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