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ECON 3103 Introduction to Money and Banking
Three (3) credit hours
Introduces the theory of money, history of monetary systems, deposit creation, central and commercial banking, monetary policy and foreign exchange.
Any Economics course
Dr. Richard McGaw, Department of Economics, University of New Brunswick.
The course materials include a textbook (purchased separately), with lecture notes and testing over the web.
The course is based on 15 chapters from the textbook. Online lecture notes, access to a web site for the textbook, and email contact with the Professor provide students with material equivalent to that delivered in a live class lecture.
Money, Banking, and Financial Institutions, Pierre Siklos, McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 5th edition, ISNB: 0-07-095159-4 (note: 5th edition recommended, but 4th edition can also be used)
Textbooks can be ordered from the UNB Fredericton Bookstore:
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Academic performance in this course will be assessed on the basis of eleven online timed (15 minutes) tests, five assignments, and one timed online final examination. Tests are worth 20 percent of the final grade; assignments, 10 percent; and the final examination, 70 percent. The tests are frequent and results will be known so that you can easily monitor your understanding and progress.
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