ECON 303 ONL - Inter Macroeconomic Theory
The modern theory of the determination of the level and rate of growth of income, employment, output, and the price level; discusses alternate fiscal and monetary policies to facilitate full employment and economic growth. Course Information: Prerequisite: ECON 102; ECON 103; and one of MATH 220, MATH 221, MATH 234. Class Schedule Information: First priority will be given to students in curricula that require this course.
You just need to register for this one section if you would like to take this course online. This section is fully online- you will not need to be on campus to complete this section (make sure you have a reliable internet connection). This online section may have additional costs for taking exams (costs typically range from $35-$50 per exam). The instructor will provide information about the course for registered students.
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Course Level: Undergraduate