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Course Equivalents for ECON 420 at Metropolitan State University in



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Minnesota State University Moorhead

FINC 325 - Financial Institutions and Markets - 3 credits
This course introduces an understanding of interest rates and their relationship to the value of bonds and stocks. The course will provide an overview of the bond and stock markets; the reasons they exist, their role and functions and how they operate. The course will provide a synopsis of financial institutions (banks, savings and loans, and credit unions) and non-financial institutions (stock brokerage firms, insurance companies, and mutual funds).
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Minnesota State University, Mankato

FINA 464 - Financial Institutions and Markets - 3 credits
Introduction to money and capital markets, instruments and institutions. Consideration of the management problems of financial institutions.
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ECON 305 - Money and Banking - 3 credits
A descriptive and analytical study of the basic principles of money, banking, and finance as they are related to business and public policy.
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Southwest Minnesota State University

ECON 328 - Money and Banking - 3 credits
Monetary system and monetary policy, including aggregate economic activity, economic policy and goals, and intermediate finance.
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St. Cloud State University

FIRE 472 - Financial Institutions - 3 credits

Role in the economy; current issues/controversies in banking and intermediation; international aspects of financial intermediation. 3 Cr. F, S, SUM.
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ECON 471 - Money and Banking - 3 credits

Monetary economics, structure and functioning of commercial banks and other financial intermediaries. The Federal Reserve System and its monetary policy tools, goals, and targets. Prereq.: 205, 206. 3 Cr. F, S, SUM.
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ECON 571 - Money and Banking - 3 credits

Monetary economics, structure and functioning of commercial banks and other financial intermediaries. The Federal Reserve System and its monetary policy tools, goals and targets. Prereq.: 205, 206. 3 Cr. F, S, SUM.
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Winona State University

ECON 304 - Money and Banking - 3 credits
The nature and functions of money. Current definitions of the money supply and the process of money creation. The financial system and the central bank. The demand for money, interest rate determination, introduction to monetary policy. Prerequisites: ECON 222 or STAT 210 and ECON 201 and ECON 202. It is strongly recommended that students complete ECON 303 - Intermediate Macroeconomics prior to taking Money and Banking. Grade only. Offered once a year.
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