ECON 160 - Contemporary Economic Issues
Principles of economics applied to contemporary economic issues, such as inflation and unemployment, urban affairs and discrimination, poverty and welfare programs, externalities and taxation policies, budget deficits and national debt, and international aid and trade. This course is issue-oriented, rather than technically-oriented, and is designed for students who want to familiarize themselves with contemporary national and international economic issues and concerns.
Offer as needed
Flexible Core - Individual and Society
Academic Progress Units
Repeat For Credit