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ECON 3300 - Contemporary Economic Issues

Credit Hour(s) 3

Apply basic concepts of economic decision-making to a discussion and analysis of contemporary economic issues. Includes supply and demand concepts, health care, unemployment, inflation, taxation, monopoly and competition in certain industries, international trade and trade agreements. Discuss and debate controversial and real-world situations requiring the use of economics principles and concepts. Fall

Prerequisite(s) ECON 2105  or ECON 2105H , and ECON 2106  or AECO 2258 , with a minimum grade of a C.

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