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Macro Economics BUS2343 Dual Enrollment

Course ID: 1050

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This is a Dual Enrollment course (3.0 credits)
Macroeconomics is an introductory course in macroeconomic principles covering basic economic problems and concepts. Topics discussed and analyzed include basic economic problems of unemployment and inflation. Students will recognize the role of households, businesses and governments in the market economy and in their own lives.

This course will take students 2-3 hours outside of class each week

In order to receive any Dual Enrollment credits from PBAU you must go to Dual Enrollment PBAU Registration and follow the directions precisely.

Required Materials: Economics McConnell & Brue 19th Edition ISBN: 0073511447 / 9780073511443

Can be purchased here:

Economics 19th

Categories: Dual Enrollment; Economics
Target Levels: Grade 10; Grade 11; Grade 12
High School Credits: 0.5

Walter Jominy

Tuition and Class Schedule by Academic Term:

Fall 1 (Aug 12-Oct 7)

  • Tuition and Fees

    • PBAU Fee fo DE: $60.00

    • Paid Security Guard Fee for Safety of Students: $25.00

    • Tuition Fee: $595.00

  • Section 1: Walter Jominy ( (Open)

    • Thu 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Topics and Objectives
1. What is Economics / How to Read a Graph
— TLW Differentiate between laymen's use of economic terms and economic concepts.
— TLW Explain scarcity, choice and opportunity costs.
— TLW Analyze production possibility curve and methods for economic growth.
2. Capitalism / Supply and Demand
— TLW Differentiate between economic systems in regards to the control of resources
— TLW Differentiate between points on a demand and supply curve vs the determinants of demand and supply.
3. Business Cycle / Unemployment / Inflation
— TLW Distinguish between comparative advantage, absolute advantage, specialization, and exchange.
— TLW Describe macroeconomic issues:
Business Cycle, Unemployment, Inflation, Growth
4. GDP
— TLW Explain how the GDP is measured and identify its components
5. AD/AS Curves / Fiscal Policy
— TLW Examine the determinants of aggregate demand and aggregate supply
— TLW Analyze fiscal and monetary policies from the demand-side effects.
6. Money / Monetary Policy
— TLW Explain how money is created
— TLW Compare the tools of the Federal Reserve System for use in Monetary Policy

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