ECON-201-63205 - Macroeconomics - Dr. Kathy Bakhit
|Professor:||Dr. Kathy Bakhit|
I am Dr. Kathy Bakhit and I will be teaching Macroeconomics online ECON-201- section 63205 . I have taught seated as well as online economics classes for 18 years including 10 years as a tenured faculty member before transitioning into serving in administrative roles. I always had a passion for teaching and I am excited to lead this class.
ECON 201 introduces the concepts and tools of macroeconomic analysis, especially as they apply to US economy. Emphasis is placed on the broad overall performance of our economic system with concentration in areas such as national income determination, employment, and inflation. ECON 201 develops a logical analysis of short-term-business fluctuations in the economy and the long-term goal of Full Employment and then introduces governmental fiscal and monetary policies as possible solutions to them. It is transferable to CSU and UC.
What to Expect in this Course
Assignments for this class will include reading assignments, engaging in other media sources to learn the content, posting threads to discussion questions and responding to class mates’ posts, creating a 3-4 minute video for a media assignment, taking chapter online quizzes, and taking three major exams. The quizzes and the exams will account for 50% of the grade. Other work accounts for the remainder.
Types of Assessments
Proctored, online practice problems, quizzes, and exams. The Media Assignment and Discussion Board entries will also be graded.
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
Roger A. Arnold (2019) Macroeconomics, 13th Edition.
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If you are interested in adding the class, please email me at Kathy.firstname.lastname@example.org.
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