ECO 301 Intermediate Macroeconomics

Prerequisites: ECO 101 or permission of instructor; and MAT 115 (or waiver)

Theory of aggregate income determination in the long run and over the business cycle. Development of models of consumption, investment, net exports, and government spending in both a static and dynamic setting. Includes the effect of fiscal and monetary policy on income and other macroeconomic variables. Social Science Perspective.


1 Course Credit