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ECON 350 Syllabus COURSE SYLLABUSECON350 CLASSICAL ECONOMICSCOURSE DESCRIPTIONThis course is open to students who desire to further understand the concepts and tools of economic analysis. Classical Economics will also be investigated from the perspective of the Christian Worldview. Specific topics include examination of the social philosophy of classical economics, classical macroeconomics, classical microeconomics, classical methodology, the classical economists Sismondi and Mill, the mysteries of Marxian economics and finally thoughts on the history of economics. RATIONALEThe classical era of economics is not only an important historical era of economics; it also ushered in many of the important thinkers and scholars: Adam Smith, Say, Ricardo, Malthus, and Mills. This era was the foundation for many economic concepts/analytical tools of today. It provided the world a better understanding of economics, monetary policy/theory, and the underpinnings of international trade. I.PREREQUISITESFor information regarding prerequisites for this course, please refer to the Academic Course Catalog. II.REQUIRED RESOURCE PURCHASESClick on the following link to view the required resource(s) for the term in which you are registered: III.ADDITIONAL MATERIALS FOR LEARNINGA.