ECON 539: Money and Banking
This course offers a study of the institutions, principles and problems of money and banking in the United States; special attention is given to the basic elements of monetary theory and policies. The purpose of this course is to equip the students with the concepts, the analytical tools, and their applications in the context of the monetary aspects of economic theory and history beyond what is typically learned in introductory courses in economics.
Please review the syllabus for full course information.
Term: This is a Summer II course. Participants may register for one Full Semester course OR one course each in Summer I and Summer II.
-Good understanding of introductory macroeconomic analysis with emphasis on monetary policy, investment, consumer spending, national income, and government.
-Ability to use Zoom
-Qualified to teach content area
Semester: Summer 2023 – Summer II
Instructor: Vania Adams
Graduate Credits: 3
Dates: 6/26/23 – 8/4/23
Format: Online Asynchronous
Graduate Certificate: Not Available
Master’s Completion: View Options for Economics
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