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Macroeconomics

Macroeconomics

Sophia’s Macroeconomics course helps you thoroughly understand the principles of economics related to the economic behaviors on a national and international scale. You learn the role of fiscal and monetary policy, how broad market systems and the business cycle work, as well as analyze the reasons for and against government interventions in the economy. Full Description

  • Accepted for Credit Transfer by Rasmussen
  • 4 quarter credits at Rasmussen
  • Rasmussen Equivalency: Lower Division: General Education - Social Science

Category: Social Science

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Macroeconomics

Course Description
Sophia’s Macroeconomics course helps you thoroughly understand the principles of economics related to the economic behaviors on a national and international scale. You learn the role of fiscal and monetary policy, how broad market systems and the business cycle work, as well as analyze the reasons for and against government interventions in the economy. 

Assessments & Grading

This is a pass/fail course. You must complete 9 Challenge assessments (these are like quizzes) and 4 Milestone assessments (these are like tests) with an overall score of 70% or better.

Learning Outcomes
At the end of the course, you'll be able to:

  • Describe macroeconomics
  • Examine the principles of market efficiency
  • Analyze monetary, money, and financial systems
  • Interpret international trade, aggregate demand and supply, and prices and growth

Sophia's Many Ways™
This course provides you access to Sophia's Many Ways™ learning model. This model provides you with various instructional styles for each learning objective. With this unique model, you can find a method that appeals to your individual learning preference.

Reviews

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739 Student Reviews
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by John D. on September 22, 2020
Great course, well structured!
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by Isiah C. on September 21, 2020
Great course. Thank you for the opportunity to complete it.
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by Laura H. on September 20, 2020
Glad I took Microeconomics first. Lots of information, great instruction.
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by Matthew J. on September 20, 2020
Very easy and fun!
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by Stephanie K. on September 20, 2020
This was definitely a tough course, but glad I did it!
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by Joshua H. on September 20, 2020
Typical Economics course, BE CAREFUL and pay attention. The underlying concepts of Econ are easy to grasp, however, the core subject matter is extremely difficult. Many of the test questions are designed to trick you, so it's critical to take good notes. Also, be sure to memorize graph patterns in all scenarios...it's totally possible to completely bomb this course if you don't. Overall, not a bad course. It is so much more convenient than taking at a traditional community college or university.
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by William H. on September 19, 2020
Great course!
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by Lorene J. on September 19, 2020
Challenging but interesting!

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    Any work you complete in the Free Trial is saved, so if you decide to register, you do not need to repeat it. Of course, we also let you reset it and start over if you wish.

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    A: You choose your own course start date and have 60 days from your chosen start date to complete each course. Sophia courses are self-paced, so many students complete a course in less than 60 days.

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    A: You do not need any textbooks for Sophia courses. All material is taught by video and text-based tutorials that are in the courseroom, and are included as part of a Sophia membership.

  • Q: How am I graded in the course?

    A: Sophia courses are graded on a pass/fail basis, with 70% overall required to pass the course. Your score is based upon points earned in the formative assessments ("Challenges"), summative assessments ("Milestones"), and if applicable, the authentic assessments ("Touchstones"). Currently, our Foundations of English Composition, English Composition I, and Public Speaking courses contain Touchstones.

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  • Q: I'm taking a course where I have to submit Touchstones. How long does it take for my Touchstone to be graded once it's submitted?

    A: We provide our faculty graders with up to 7 business days to grade a Touchstone. The actual time may vary based on volume and grader capacity.

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