This course, macroeconomics, pertains to national income, employment, and fiscal policy, monetary policy, economic stability, and current domestic and international economic problems. It is a course in economic principles involving the overall operation of the market economy. Particular attention will be given to the effects of aggregate demand and aggregate supply on the levels of output, employment and prices. This course will also examine how the tools of fiscal and monetary policy may be used in dealing with macroeconomics problems such as unemployment, inflation and economic fluctuation. Designed especially for honors students, the course will be enhanced by special activities such as group projects, guest speakers, or field trips. Admission to the Community of Scholars OR a 3.3 GPA (or higher) plus instructor permission is required.