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ECON 472 - Monetary Theory and Policy

The course focuses on an examination of money, its definition, function, and measurement, and the role of central banks in the modern economy. How central banks operate, and their role in financial markets and macroeconomic policy is examined. Particular emphasis is on the U.S. Federal Reserve System. Class Notes: This course is a fully online course requiring reliable internet access, computer literacy, and the ability to self-manage independent learning assignments with specified deadlines.Instructional content is synchronous using Blackboard Collaborate. Homework is asynchronously scheduled and exams are synchronously scheduled through Blackboard. Exam and homework assignment dates are listed on the course syllabus posted on Blackboard. Enrollment Requirements: You must have completed ECON 312 with a grade of "C" or better before taking this class.
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