ECON-2105, Principles of Macroeconomics, 1rst Half Term, Spring/2016

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1 Syllabus ECON-2105, Principles of Macroeconomics, 1rst Half Term, Spring/2016 INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION Instructor: Bettie LaDuke Office hours: M-Th: 11 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Tues & Thurs: 9-10 p.m. Phone: or COURSE INFORMATION Credit hours: 3 Prerequisites: Exit or exemption from Learning Support reading or all ESL requirements except ENSL 0091 Course type: Asynchronous Location: Course delivered entirely online Time zone: Eastern I will respond to s within 24 hours (weekends and holidays excluded). Should there be a time that I will not be able to respond within this time frame, I will post an announcement to that effect in icollege. I will grade discussions, assignments, and exams within 72 hours of their due dates. Should there be a time that I will not be able to meet this commitment, I will post an announcement to that effect in icollege. ECON-2105 Online Syllabus Page 1

2 COURSE DESCRIPTION This is an introductory course in macroeconomics. It introduces students to concepts that will enable them to understand and analyze economic aggregates and evaluate economic policies. The areas of fiscal policy, monetary policy, social goals, monetary systems, national income, employment, inflation, and economic growth are included. COURSE MATERIALS Required Textbook Economics Today, 18 th edition, by Roger LeRoy Miller. Author: Miller Edition: 18 th Format: Loose-leaf notebook text with access code to MyEconLab (required) Publisher: Addison Wesley ISBN: OR (a very good option; to be read on computer or tablet) etext Access to MyEconLab with etext (to be read online or on a tablet); excellent and more economical choice ECON-2105 Online Syllabus Page 2

3 Author: Miller Edition: 18 th Format: Part Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR ISBN: As noted above, an access code to MyEconLab, a supplemental study system, is required. An access code is packaged with a new, looseleaf textbook. An access code is not packaged with a used textbook so if you buy a used textbook, you will have to purchase an access code to MyEconLab separately. Alternatively, you can purchase an etextbook with access to MyEconLab. If you purchase the etext as part of registering for MyEconLab, you can download it immediately and you can also upgrade your purchase to include a printable copy for an additional fee. See Instructions for registering for MyEconLab in the Course Information section on the course home page for further information. Supplemental Course Materials MyEconLab see Required Textbook above. TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS Computer/Internet Access/Software PC or laptop with Windows XP or above and an Internet connection, preferably DSL or cable. Perimeter College account, Word processing software, e.g. Microsoft Word or Open Office. Note: If you don t know your Perimeter College student account, click on this link (Get My Login) and submit the required information to retrieve it. icollege Orientation Material: You are expected to know how to use the icollege system. Click on this link to get to the icollege Login page and then select #1 under New Users: icollege Orientation. For technical help, click on the icollege Help link under Georgia Perimeter College Helpful Links on the course homepage. ECON-2105 Online Syllabus Page 3

4 Other required technology skills: Able to send and receive Proficient use of the Internet; o Use an internet browser, locate information using the internet, o Create documents using word processing software. Transfer information from your computer to the icollege learning management system COURSE GOALS (Expected Educational Results): As a result of completing this course, you should be able to understand, analyze and evaluate: 1. The Basic Economic Problem 2. Supply, Demand, and Market Equilibriums 3. The Measurement of Aggregate Economic Performance 4. Aggregate Supply and Aggregate Demand 5. Money and Financial Markets 6. Monetary and Fiscal Policies 7. Macroeconomic Components of International Economics General Education Outcomes: 1. You should be able to produce well-organized communications that exhibit logical thinking and organization, use the appropriate style for your audience, and meet conventional standards of usage. You should develop writing skills through informal class discussions. Your writing skills should be developed through the use of problems and activities such as article summaries and papers developed specifically to enhance your understanding of macroeconomic principles. 2. You should be able to demonstrate effective problem-solving and critical thinking skills by organizing, interpreting and evaluating ideas designed to illustrate macroeconomic principles. ECON-2105 Online Syllabus Page 4

5 3. You should be able to effectively analyze global economic, political, historical, cultural or geographic forces. In addition, you should be able to understand, interpret, and communicate quantitative data by solving problems and analyzing graphically presented material developed to illustrate macroeconomics principles. 4. You should be able to demonstrate understanding of the United States political, historical and social developments. You will develop your ability to better understand how global, political, historical, and geographic forces shape macroeconomics theories and policies through reading, recorded lectures, and online activities. ECON-2105 Online Syllabus Page 5

6 COURSE SCHEDULE Week 1: January (Mon-Tues, 9 days) Complete Checklist 1 under Weekly Checklists on the right side of the course homepage. Checklist 1 includes the following: Syllabus Quiz (10 points) Read Chapters 1 and 2 in text. On the Discussion Board, post a paragraph introducing yourself (5 points). In MyEconLab, complete the Get Started homework to learn how to use the graphing tools in that supplemental system. In MyEconLab, complete and submit the Chapter 1 homework (a link to the homework will appear on the MyEconLab course homepage (15 points). In MyEconLab, complete and submit the Chapter 2 homework (21 points). Week 1: January (Mon-Tues, 9 days) Complete Checklist 2 under Weekly Checklists on the right side of the course homepage. Checklist 2 includes the following: Read Chapter 3 in text. In MyEconLab, complete and submit the Chapter 3 homework (19 points) Week 2: January (Wed-Tues) Complete Checklist 3 under Weekly Checklists on the right side of the course homepage. Checklist 3 includes the following: Read Chapter 4 in text. Participate in the discussion (10 points) In MyEconLab, complete and submit the Chapter 4 homework (20 points). Week 2: January (Wed-Tues) Complete Checklist 4 under Weekly Checklists on the right side of the course homepage. Checklist 4 includes the following: EXAM 1 (covers Chapters 1-4) (50 points) Week 3: January 27-February 2 (Wed-Tues) Complete Checklist 5 under Weekly Checklists on the right side of the course homepage. Checklist 5 includes the following: ECON-2105 Online Syllabus Page 6

7 Read Chapters 5 and 6 in text. In MyEconLab, complete and submit the Chapter 5 homework (23 points). In MyEconLab, complete and submit the Chapter 6 homework (11 points). Week 3: January 27-February 2 (Wed-Tues) Complete Checklist 6 under Weekly Checklists on the right side of the course homepage. Checklist 6 includes the following: Read Chapter 7 in text. Participate in the discussion (10 points). In MyEconLab, complete and submit the Chapter 7 homework (24 points). Week 3: January 27-February 2 (Wed-Tues) Complete Checklist 7 under Weekly Checklists on the right side of the course homepage. Checklist 7 includes the following: Read Chapters 8 and 9 in text. In MyEconLab, complete and submit the Chapter 8 homework (18 points). In MyEconLab, complete and submit the Chapter 9 homework (12 points). Week 4: February 3-9 (Wed-Tues) Complete Checklist 8 under Weekly Checklists on the right side of the course homepage. Checklist 8 includes the following: EXAM 2 (covers Chapters 5-9) (50 points) Note: February 4th (Thursday) is the last day to withdraw and receive a W on your transcript. Week 4: February 3-9 (Wed-Tues) Complete Checklist 9 under Weekly Checklists on the right side of the course homepage. Checklist 9 includes the following: Read Chapter 10 in text. In MyEconLab, complete and submit the Chapter 10 homework (16 points). ECON-2105 Online Syllabus Page 7

8 Week 4: February 3-9 (Wed-Tues) Complete Checklist 10 under Weekly Checklists on the right side of the course homepage. Checklist 10 includes the following: Read Chapter 11 in text. Participate in the discussion (10 points). In MyEconLab, complete and submit the Chapter 11 homework (15 points). Week 5: February (Wed-Tues) Complete Checklist 11 under Weekly Checklists on the right side of the course homepage. Checklist 11 includes the following: Read Chapter 12 in text. In MyEconLab, complete and submit the Chapter 12 homework (13 points). Week 5: February (Wed-Tues) Complete Checklist 12 under Weekly Checklists on the right side of the course homepage. Checklist 12 includes the following: EXAM 3 (covers Chapters 10-12) (50 points) Week 6: February (Wed-Thurs) (9 days) Complete Checklist 13 under Weekly Checklists on the right side of the course homepage. Checklist 13 includes the following: Read Chapters 13 and 14 in text. In MyEconLab, complete and submit the Chapter 13 homework (10 points). In MyEconLab, complete and submit the Chapter 14 homework (15 points). Week 6: February (Wed-Thurs) (9 days) Complete Checklist 14 under Weekly Checklists on the right side of the course homepage. Checklist 14 includes the following: Read Chapter 15 in text. Participate in the discussion (10 points). In MyEconLab, complete and submit the Chapter 15 homework (25 points). ECON-2105 Online Syllabus Page 8

9 Week 6: February (Wed-Thurs) (9 days) Complete Checklist 15 under Weekly Checklists on the right side of the course homepage. Checklist 15 includes the following: Read Chapter 16 in text. In MyEconLab, complete and submit the Chapter 16 homework (13 points). In MyEconLab, complete and submit the Chapter 16E homework (5 points). Week 7: February 29-March 1 (Mon-Tues) Complete Checklist 16 under Weekly Checklists on the right side of the course homepage. Checklist 16 includes the following: FINAL EXAM (Chapters plus a few comprehensive (less than 10) questions) (50 points) Notes: Practice chapter quizzes (ungraded) are part of the Study Plan in MyEconLab. In addition, study notes, animated figures, videos, audios, sample tests, and flashcards are available in MyEconLab. Click on Chapter Resources to access them. This course schedule is subject to change at the discretion of the instructor. COURSE REQUIREMENTS General Principles: As a college student, you are expected to be an active participant in the learning process. This means that you are responsible for the following: (1) actively reading and studying the assigned material from the textbook and any online supplementary assignments; (2) participating in online discussions; (3) carefully reading from the textbook and taking notes on what you have read; (4) asking questions using the discussion boards or Ask Your Instructor Discussion topic to help clarify your understanding of the material; (5) actively participating in group activities, (6) seeking assistance from me, your instructor, when needed; (7) being aware of due dates, deadlines, exam dates and other elements of the course schedule. Make sure that your computer system is up-to-date and compatible with icollege by completing a check of your system. To do that, click this link System Checker and ECON-2105 Online Syllabus Page 9

10 select #2 under New Users. In addition to a high-speed internet connection and a computer, you also need access to word processing software and Adobe Reader. Click this link to download Adobe Reader. As noted above, you will need an access code to Pearson s MyEconLab to accompany the 18 th edition of Miller s Economics Today textbook as well. Links to external sites may be included in the course materials. Every effort is made to keep these current and appropriate. Ads and solicitations on such sites are not endorsed or recommended by Perimeter College. Although I am here to assist you with various aspects of technology, this is an Economics course, and our primary focus must be on the course content. By registering for an online course, you are assuming responsibility for the technological demands of the course. Please advise me of technology problems, but be prepared to troubleshoot them on your own using the icollege help link Get Help - Faculty & Students) on the login page. GRADING Your course grade will be determined by the percentage of the total possible points you earn. Homework in MyEconLab: 275 possible points (52% of course grade) Discussions: 45 possible points (8% of course grade) Quizzes: 10 possible points (2% of course grade) Exams (3) + Final Exam: 200 possible points (38% of course grade) Total possible points in course: 530 Grading Scale % ( points): A 80-89% B ( points): B 70-79% C ( points): C 60-69% D ( points): D ECON-2105 Online Syllabus Page 10

11 <60% (<318 points): F ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES Course Rubric Group Discussions In this course, participation in the discussion activities counts as part of your final grade. You will be expected to participate in ongoing discussions of the lesson topics and to interact with other students and your instructor regularly. Many of the discussions will be group discussions in which you are assigned to a small group to collaborate on a topic or problem to solve. MyEconLab Homework Some of the problems in MyEconLab require you to draw graphs with the drawing tool provided and draw conclusions from those graphs. Some of the questions include a step-by-step guided help tutorial (click on the 123 on the Question Help menu); some of the questions include a video explaining the principles and concepts required to answer the question; and some of the questions include a link to the appropriate place in the etext so you can review the necessary information required to answer the question. POLICIES AND PROCEDURES Due Dates, Make-up Work or Late Assignments: Timely completion of all discussion posts, quizzes, exams, and assignments is expected. Unless you are informed otherwise, every graded activity on a Checklist is due at 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday at the end of the week. With the exception of a legitimate, unforeseen, medical or other emergency (for which you will be required to provide documentation), make-up work or late submissions of any kind will not be permitted. I, your instructor, am the sole authority for what constitutes a legitimate hardship or an emergency. If you have an emergency, it is your responsibility to contact me as early as possible. ECON-2105 Online Syllabus Page 11

12 Honesty: Cheating is against school policy. Cheating includes any attempt to defraud, deceive, or mislead me, your instructor, in arriving at an honest grade assessment, and may include copying answers from other students or using unauthorized notes during tests. Plagiarism is a particular form of cheating that involves presenting as one's own the ideas or work of another, and may include using other people's ideas without proper attribution, quoting from other s work without indicating that it is a direct quote (even if attribution is made) and submitting another person's work as your own. Copying material from the internet and presenting it as your own work without noting the author and source is plagiarism. Violations of the cheating policy will result in a grade of '0' for the assignment in question and a referral for violation of the Student Conduct Code, and may result in a failing grade for the course at my discretion. See the Student Conduct Code in the Student Handbook for details and for a review of the appeals procedure. Withdrawals: If it becomes necessary to withdraw from this class, you must fill out official withdrawal forms with the college. You must withdraw by 5:00 pm on February 4, 2016 in order to receive a grade of W on your transcript. A grade of W will not affect your GPA. If you withdraw after this date, you will receive the grade that you earn based on the work completed as of the date of withdrawal. In most cases this will be a grade of F. You may withdraw by submitting a withdrawal form by the deadline at the Enrollment and Registration Office on any Perimeter College campus. If you cannot come to campus, you may contact Perimeter College Online Student Services at or by at All withdrawal forms, however, must be submitted by the deadline. College Policies: Americans with Disabilities Act Statement It is the policy and practice of Perimeter College to make all web information accessible to students with disabilities. If you, as a student with a disability, have difficulty accessing any part of the online course materials for this class, please notify me immediately. Click here (Centers for Disability Services) to contact one of our Centers for Disability Services. Equal Opportunity Statement No person shall, on the grounds of race, color, sex, religion, creed, national origin, age, or disability, be excluded from employment or participation in, denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity conducted by Perimeter College. ECON-2105 Online Syllabus Page 12

13 Affirmative Action Statement Perimeter College adheres to affirmative action policies designed to promote diversity. Title IX Statement Perimeter College seeks to provide an environment that is free of bias, discrimination, and harassment. If you have been the victim of sexual harassment/misconduct/assault, we encourage you to report this. If you report this to a faculty member, he or she must notify one of our college s Assistant Title IX Coordinators / Student Deans about the basic facts of the incident (you may choose whether you or anyone involved is identified by name). For more information please refer to our sexual misconduct website: General Note: I reserve the right to make changes to this syllabus at any time. You will be notified of any updates and/or changes to the syllabus via an announcement in the News section on the course homepage or by in icollege. Bettie S. LaDuke Assistant Professor ECON-2105 Online Syllabus Page 13

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