ECON 200 Principles of Macroeconomics—3 credits
Presents the essential features of the field of macroeconomics to convey an understanding of how a market economy functions at the aggregate level. Major elements include: national income accounting, unemployment, inflation, investment, aggregate demand and supply, the monetary system, stabilization policy, economic growth, and international trade.
This course applies toward completion of all undergraduate degree programs at Indiana State University.
In addition, this course is part of the Indiana Core Transfer Library and will transfer to all Indiana public college and university campuses, assuming adequate grades. For transfer to Indiana private colleges, contact the admissions office at the private college.
Most out-of-state public colleges and universities (and some private schools) will accept this course as transfer credit. However, students must contact the admissions office at the appropriate college or university to verify transferability and applicability of this particular course to their intended program of study.
Last updated: 25 August 2010