This course introduces economic analysis of, aggregate employment, income, and prices. Topics, include major schools of economic thought;, aggregate supply and demand; economic measures,, fluctuations, and growth; money and banking;, stabilization techniques; and international trade., Upon completion, students should be able to, evaluate national economic components, conditions,, and alternatives for achieving socioeconomic, goals.
This course introduces economic analysis of, individual, business, and industry in the market, economy. Topics include the price mechanism,, supply and demand, optimizing economic behavior,, costs and revenue, market structures, factor, markets, income distribution, market failure, and, government intervention. Upon completion,, students should be able to identify and evaluate, consumer and business alternatives in order to, efficiently achieve economic objectives.