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2019-2020 Academic Catalogue 
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EC 330 - Intermediate Macroeconomics

Lecture Hours: 3
Lab Hours: 0
Credit Hours: 3

Intermediate Macroeconomics is the analytical study of the theory of the determination of output, interest rates and inflation in national and global economies. The tools developed in this course are critically applied to the understanding of national economic policy issues. The objective of this class is an understanding of the following: The macroeconomy and measurements of its performance and stability; the theory of aggregate demand, aggregate supply, and macroeconomic equilibrium; the theory of money demand, money supply, interest rates, and the banking system; how the tools of fiscal and monetary policy operate and the factors affecting long-run growth. Prerequisite(s): EC 201 -EC 202 , and MA 125  and MA 126 , (or equivalent) all with a grade of C or higher.