Macroeconomics CLEP Prep (2020/21)


The Macroeconomics CLEP Prep course will prepare learners to take the College Board CLEP for Principles of Macroeconomics.

Course Description

Economics studies how we allocate resources, which are limited, to satisfy wants and needs, which are unlimited. In fact, the existence of limited resources and unlimited way of using those resources is called the economic problem.

This Macroeconomics CLEP Prep course includes interactive audio-visual content, discussions and quizzes to help prepare learners to successfully take the College Board Principles of Macroeconomics CLEP. The CLEP covers Macroeconomics content which is typically covered in an undergraduate semester course of Macroeconomics.

• Module 1: Basic Economic Concepts

• Module 2: Supply and Demand

• Module 3: Measurement of Economic Performance

• Module 4: National Income and Price Determination

• Module 5: Financial Sector

• Module 6: Fiscal and Monetary Policy

• Module 7: Economic Growth and Productivity

• Module 8: Open Economy: International Trade and Finance


Students can earn a badge for achieving at least 75% on the Post-Test quiz.

Course Details

Aaron Johnson, M.S
Assitant Professor, Albany State University
University System of Georgia


  Video Lectures
  Interaction Opportunities
  Discussion Forums
  Cost per student: FREE


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 Start Date: August 24, 2020
 End Date: April 30, 2021
Duration: 36 weeks (self-paced)
 Cost: FREE

Registration is open from August 24, 2020 until April 15, 2021.

2407 seats available.
Price: Free