Economics I

ECON 101. An introductory course on macroeconomic theory. Covers American economics, national income distribution, fiscal and monetary policy and more.

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"Economics is not an exact science. It’s a combination of an art and elements of science. And that’s almost the first and last lesson to be learned about economics."

Paul Samuelson
First American to win the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Science

About the Course

UPCOMING OFFERING
Starting September 30, 2019

COST
$550

OPTIONAL PAYMENT PLAN
No Credit Check, No Additional Fees, No Pre-Approval
Pay over 6 weeks – four installment payments.
Payment one: 25% up front.
Payment two: 25% due 2 weeks from payment one.
Payment two: 25% due 4 weeks from payment one.
Payment two: 25% due 6 weeks from payment one.

REFUNDS
No refunds, full or partial, after October 5th, 2019.


REQUIRED TEXTS
Economics, A Contemporary Introduction | 11th Edition
McEachern, William A.
ISBN: 9781133943495
eBook Rental – $40.49
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INSTRUCTOR
Dr. Robert G. Humphreys Jr.
President, Humphreys University

COURSE DESCRIPTION
A study of macroeconomics. The course covers the following topics: organization, operation and control of the American economy; measurement, level, and distribution of national income; economic fluctuations; business and government finance; money and banking; fiscal and monetary stabilization techniques.

PRE-REQUISITE
College-level reading and writing

TRANSFERABILITY
We make sure that our courses transfer easily to California State Universities. This course transfers to:

CSU Dominguez Hills
Stanislaus State

CSU Northridge
San Francisco State

Transferable
Transferable
Engaging
Engaging
Affordable
Affordable

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