Dec 01, 2023
ECON 110 - Global Economic Issues 5 Credits
A survey of contemporary issues in the global economy with an overview of basic economic theory. The issues covered may vary with current events, but will consider both local and global contexts. Students will learn about global economic interdependence and the winners and losers in different economic situations, including particular emphasis on historically excluded groups.
Quarters Typically Offered
Designed to Serve Transfer students, economics emphasis students and students needing social science credit
Active Date 2016-06-06
Grading System Decimal Grade
Class Limit 38
Contact Hours: Lecture 55 Lab 0 Worksite 0 Clinical 0 Other 0
Total Contact Hours 55
Market Allocation of Resources
Inequality Within and Between Nations
Labor markets and Discrimination
Student Learning Outcomes
Each student will demonstrate their ability to recall and apply definitions and terminology.
Each student will be able to interpret material from texts and classroom presentations to solve each problem.
Each student will be able to apply skills gained in the economics class to the analysis and evaluation of current global events.
Each member of the class will be able to identify global economic issues, look at evidence, evaluate it, and draw meaningful conclusions
Each student will be able to apply skills gained in the economics class to the analysis and evaluation of policy debates
Each student will demonstrate understanding about economic interdependence in the global economy, and the winners and losers in the global economic system
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