ECO-490 International Economics

Examines in depth the basic principles of international economics, providing perspective on the growing global economic interdependence among nations. Includes strategic trade policy, exchange rate forecasting and environmental regulatory policies, among other topics.

Advisory: To be successful in this course, students should have earned 6 credits in economics or have comparable knowledge and experience.

Study Methods:

     Guided Study for (ECO-490-GS):  Feb 2015  |  Mar 2015  |  Apr 2015  |  May 2015  |  Jun 2015  | 
     Online Courses for (ECO-490-OL):  Feb 2015  |  Mar 2015  |  Apr 2015  |  May 2015  |  Jun 2015  | 

Semester Hours: 3

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