International Economics (ECON 330)

The origin, organization, and performance of modern theories of capitalism, communism, planned socialism, and market socialism are presented. Contemporary economies of the United States and selected countries from Eastern, Central, and Western Europe, South America, and Asia are considered. Prerequisites: ECON203 - Principles of Macroeconomics and ECON204 - Principles of Microeconomics or consent of instructor.

ECON330 is a 3 credit course.