Principles of Macroeconomics - ECN 212

The Principles of Macroeconomics course introduces students to concepts and issues in economic analysis on a nationwide basis. It discusses the impact of major economic shocks like the Great Depression, the modern practices and their impacts on the country standards of living. Moreover, it highlights the economic and social consequences of unemployment and inflation. Accordingly, it analyzes and interprets the appropriate fiscal and monetary policies that should be applied by the government and the central bank in order to solve such problems. The passing grade for this course for Economics students only is “C.” Other students should check with their Department’s administration concerning their passing grade.