The economy is the subject of study in this course. Includes gross domestic product, inflation, unemployment, interest rates, monetary policy, fiscal policy, budget deficits, trade deficits, international trade, exchange rates, business cycles, expectations, and a comparison of different macroeconomic schools of thought.
Note: Matriculated students MUST register using their MyCsusm portal.
This is a hybrid course, that will include online instruction and activites as well as an in-class component. The in-class meetings dates are listed below. The class time will be 12:00pm - 2:10pm.
On-Campus Meeting Days:
Monday, June 1
Thursday, June 11,
Tuesday, June 23,
Final Exam: Thursday, July 2