International Economics

International Economics


Course Description:

This senior-level, four-credit-hour course assesses the basic theory of supply and demand and provides an extensive examination of international trade theory and policy issues. Analysis is from the perspective of the person involved in international trade that must know and understand these principles. The course concludes with an thorough examination of balance of payments and an appraisal foreign exchange rates. The intent of this course is to provide the student with a good understanding of the forces that shape international trade and influence international trade policy decisions.

Prerequisite: None

Course Credit: 4 Credit Hours