ECON 3200 Intermediate Macroeconomics
4 semester hours
Macroeconomic analysis: The determination of national income and output and their components, employment, the price level (and inflation), interest rates, and long-term economic growth. An introduction to business cycle theory, monetary theory, balance of payments, and exchange rates. A study of economic policies to achieve goals and the limits of such policies.
Prerequisites: A grade of at least B- in ECON 1050 and a grade of at least B- in MATH 112 or of at least C in MATH 131 .