ECON 360 Section 82

 

Money and Financial Markets

Depository institutions; central banking and money creation; price level analysis; interest level determination; interest rate theory; money and capital markets.

Prereq: 110 and ACCT 210.
 

 Textbook Information

 

The Economics of Money, Banking, and Financial Markets (10th edition) by Mishkin
ISBN: 978-0132770248

Text available from the University Store and Text Rental

 

 Tuition and Fees

 
​3 credits: $808.59
Program Fee: $175
Total Cost: $983.59
 
Tuition reflects Wisconsin resident rate plus a $175 program fee.
 
Per Course Tuition: When you add this course you will be charged an additional $983.59. The $175 fee included in this total covers administrative and course-delivery costs that are unique to this outreach effort. Segregated fees of $21.30 for text rental will be itemized on your bill and included in the total cost of $983.59.

Non-resident students contact Laurie Kallstrom lkallstrom@uwsp.edu for non-resident tuition and fees.
 

 Registration

 
​Permission is required to register for this course.

UWMC Contact
Lori Brandt
lori.brandt@uwc.edu
715-261-6229

UWSP Contact:
Laurie Kallstrom
lkallstr@uwsp.edu
715-346-4324
CPS 100
 

 Course

 

Course
ECON 360

Section
82

Credits
3
 
Dates/Times
Sept. 3 - Dec. 20, 2013
Wednesdays, 2 p.m. - 4:30 pm
 
Location
UWMC Room 194
 

 Instructor

 

Randy Cray
Professor of Economics
CPS 402
715-346-2537
rcray@uwsp.edu

About the instructor