Money, Banking, and the Economy
Discussion of the Federal Reserve System, money supply, and money
demand. Analysis of money’s effects on the price level, interest rates,
employment, output, and exchange rates is analyzed. Examines how
money evolved out of a barter economy. Banking and financial institutions
are examined, with emphasis on innovations in financial markets.
Prerequisites: MATH 132 or 160, ECON 201 and 202.
Note: Matriculated students MUST register using their MyCsusm portal.
Non-matriculated students: This class has 1 or more pre requisites. In order to add this class you will need to bring documentation ( ex: unofficial/official transcript) showing you have completed the course pre-requisites or the equivalent to Extended Learning for review. If it isdetermined you meet the requirements to enroll in this class you will be given a pre-requisite waiver form and permission number.
This is a hybrid course, that will include online instruction and activities as well as an on-class component. The in-class meeting dates are listed below. The class times will be 2:00pm - 4:10pm.
On-Campus Meeting Days:
Monday, June 1
Thursday, June 11
Tuesday, June 23
Final Exam: Thursday July 2