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ADM 346 Overview

This course provides a basic foundation in the principles of macroeconomics as applied to the overall economy and its behavior. It leads students to consider how and why the economy is affected by periods of expansion and recession, by inflation and unemployment, and by foreign trade and exchange, as well as other economic variables. It also reviews, in detail, the supply and demand relationship among goods, services and labor as they apply to a global economy. Prerequisite: MT 106 or equivalent.

  • 3.00 Credits
  • ADM