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Glendale Community College-AZ
Course:
Ecn 211 - Macroeconomic Principles

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ECN 211 Macroeconomic Principles Glendale Community College Spring 2012 Section 17579 TR 8 30 9 45 CL 15 Section 17580 TR 10 00 11 15 CL 15 Website http web gccaz edu kjswint Instructor Dr Swint Office Hours Office 05 146 Office Hours Phone None e mail k swint maricopa edu COURSE DESCRIPTION A descriptive analysis of the structure and functioning of the American economy Emphasis on basic economic institutions and factors that determine national income and employment levels Consideration given to the macroeconomic topics of national income unemployment inflation and monetary and fiscal policies Prerequisites None COURSE OBJECTIVES To provide the student with a general understanding of the operation of the market economy in which we live involving among other things acquiring an understanding of 1 how markets are used to determine the availability and prices of the goods services that we consume and 2 how residents of the economy participate in the production of goods services in order to earn the income that allows them to participate in the consumption of those goods services The skills objectives of this introductory macroeconomics course are thinking critically analytically interpreting data statistics using quantitative methods reading comprehension expression through writing computer literacy TEXT Required Reading Bade Robin Parkin Michael Macroeconomics 3rd or comparable GCC ed Pearson Learning Solutions 2009 Tentative OFFICE HOURS Tuesday Thursday 7 30 8 15 AM ATTENDANCE Glendale Community College expects students to attend all scheduled meetings of the classes in which they are enrolled Attendance will be recorded Any student with more than 3 unexcused absences will have their course grade lowered by one grade category i e B to B Severe tardiness unauthorized early departure and sleeping in class will be recorded as an absence E MAIL POLICY E mails or phone calls from students should pose questions that require only brief responses not questions that require



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