ECON 2100 Elementary Macroeconomics

(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as ECON 10.1.
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4 hours; 4 credits

Contemporary economic analysis of the operation of the United States economy. Role of markets and the determination of the overall level of economic activity. Dynamic process of growth, inflation, and international trade. (This course is the same as Business 2100.)

Prerequisite: Satisfying the college readiness requirement in mathematics by a passing score on the CUNY Mathematics Skills Assessment Test or an exemption from taking the CUNY Mathematics Skills Assessment Test. Alternatively, students who have passed the equivalent of Mathematics 1011 (pre-calculus) or higher can register for the class.


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