Principles of Economics
This course takes an analytical approach to economic reasoning and contemporary economic issues. It introduces microeconomic and macroeconomic theories with applications to relevant issues such as employment, growth, international trade and finance, monetary and fiscal policy, and environmental issues.
ECON 199 C2
Elder, Robert W.
Course Format Description
In-person classroom meetings 5 days per week, 60 minutes per meeting. Each class session will be recorded and posted for off-campus viewing online. Zoom office hours for questions and answers will be available at times that work for students on-campus as well as off-campus.