Econ 2301--Syllabus--rev. Jan 1, 2010

Econ 2301--Syllabus--rev. Jan 1, 2010 - ECONONMICS 2301...

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ECONONMICS 2301 Principles of Macroeconomics Spring 2010 Instructor Information: Dr. Fred Newbury Professor of Economics Richland College, 12800 Abrams Rd Dallas, TX 75243 Office: L220, Phone: 972.238.6219-- e-mail: [email protected] CATALOG DESCRIPTION: Econ 2301: Principles of Macroeconomics-- Common Course Number of Texas—3 Credit Hours. Prerequisite: Developmental Reading 0093 or English as a Second Language (ESOL) 0044 or have met the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) standard in Reading. Sophomore standing recommended. An introduction to the principles of macroeconomics is presented. Economic principles are studied within the framework of classical, Keynesian, monetarist and alternative models. Emphasis is given to national income determination, money and banking, and the role of monetary and fiscal policy in economic stabilization and growth. Other topics include international trade and finance. COURSE MATERIALS Macroeconomics: Understanding our Material World, 2nd edition, Published by Kendall Hunt. Online E-Text: Digital Format, Internet Delivered.        Access code can be purchased online (at a discount) at this link and all needed course material downloaded: Online E-Text ISBN: 978-0-7575-4725-6.   Access code can also be purchased at local bookstores—Book store Access Code ISBN: 978-0-7575-4496-5 Remember, the delivery of all course materials, assignments and assessments will be digital and internet based— the course does not utilize a traditional textbook. All portions of the materials can be printed from your computer as well. IMPORTANT : BE SURE TO ENTER YOUR CORRECT SECTION NUMBER WHEN YOU REGISTER WITH WEBCOM FOR THE COURSE MATRIALS. (see your fee receipt) If you have any difficulty in ordering the
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course materials or registering in the WebCOM system, contact: [email protected] COURSE WEBSITE Also, please register on the E-Campus (Blackboard) site as soon as it is available. You will be using both the e-campus and the Webcom site during the term. Blackboard--Go to: Click “Login” and enter the letter “e” followed by your seven digit Student ID number for Username and for Password / Press Enter Click on the “Courses” tab at the top of the page. Your own BlackBoard (Bb) page will appear with your name and courses listed. Click on the course name to enter the course. To avoid “security problems” please change your Password after accessing the course. Go to “Student Tools/Personal Information” and choose Change Password … and be sure to verify/enter your own personal Email address under “Edit Personal Info”, don’t forget to click on “Submit” at the bottom of that page! The email address that you provide will be our primary means of communication regarding exams, deadlines, etc. during the semester. Also be sure to update your email address if it changes during the semester. For “Technical Assistance” with Blackboard (ecampus) contact:
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