BUS 337 : Money and Banking

This course is an introduction to the evolution and development of money, credit and banking institutions, theories, mechanisms and policies and their significance to total economic activity. An examination is made of the structure and processes of commercial, central and international banking, and the role of monetary policy in curing cyclical fluctuations.

Prerequisites

ACC 231, 232, and BUS 233 and 234 with grade C or better.

Overview

Program

Credits 3