ECON 350 Revolutions: Economics and the Economy




This course, which requires no prior knowledge of Economics, will examine both the major changes in the way humans have organized their economic systems and in the ways in which these economic systems has been understood and explained. Among the major themes will be the decline in self-sufficiency, the rise of regional and national markets and the transition to a global economy.


45 credits of 100-level or higher coursework

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