What advice would you give other students?
“The biggest thing I would say is no matter what you do you should find a silver lining. Have fun with whatever you are doing. Everything is an experience or a chance to learn and grow. Make that a focal point in your life for bigger and better things.”
Criminal Justice B.Tech.
Course DescriptionInternational Economics
This interdisciplinary global course interrelates various elements of economics, government and history into the traditional economic analysis. Topics will be related to individuals, families and organizations. Current debates, problems and issues are examined along with an analysis of production, money, finance and trade. Prerequisite: ECON 100, Junior-level status (or permission of instructor) 3 credits (3 lecture hours) These credits count toward the Social Sciences (list C) requirements for graduation.