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|ECO 110 - Early American Economy|
Early American Economy
Note: Cannot be used for the economics major.
This course emphasizes the history of the United States in terms of its economy and the impact of the past on each of us as well as on the world around us by examining the economic development of the United States. Starting with the colonial period and the founding of the nation and ending with the Civil War rebuilding, this course provides an economic reading of the events as we examine the conflicts and resolutions in terms of our economy. Emphasis is placed on historical events from an economic perspective. Topics will include the founding and growth of colonial economy, international trade, and the growth of industry.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture
Economics & Finance Department
LAC T1H-Historicl Perspective
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