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ECN 3133 Money and Banking

Three hours (On Campus)
An examination of the U.S. banking system and the role it plays in providing for efficient exchange in the marketplace. Course discussions emphasize the roles of commercial banks, the Federal Reserve, and the U.S. Treasury in determining interest rates and the general well-being of the U.S. financial network. Also included is a review of monetary policy as a basis for policies to achieve the national economic goals of price stability, full employment, and balance of international payments. Meets the Social and Behavioral Sciences requirement of the Core Curriculum.

Prerequisite: ECN 2123  
Offered on campus Spring semester (even-numbered years)