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ECN 211 & ECN 212

            FALL 2018                       SPRING 2019                    SUMMER 2019          
ECN 211 - 27076, 27077, & 27188
Macroeconomic Principles
ECN 211 - TBA
Macroeconomic Principles
ECN 211 - TBA
Macroeconomic Principles
    Class Start: Mon, Aug 20, 2018         Class Start: Mon, Jan 14, 2019        Class Start: Tues, May 29, 2018   
ECN 212 - 27084, 27157, & 36104
Microeconomic Principles 
ECN 212 - TBA
Microeconomic Principles
ECN 212 - TBA
Microeconomic Principles 

Courses are structured in weeks (Fall & Spring:16 or 8 weeks/Summer:8 or 5 weeks). Each week there will be an announcement of the week's assignments and activities.  Weeks follow an outlined Semester Schedule that is provided at the start of the course.  Week begins on Monday at 8AM and ends on Sunday at 11PM. Structure is similar for both courses, while content are different. 

Coursework consists of assignments, quizzes and discussions.  Quiz reviews are provided for all quizzes.  All quiz content is available to view on the first day of class.  Quizzes may be submitted ahead of the scheduled due dates.  Quizzes are due on Sundays at 11PM.  Discussion questions are available to view on the Monday they are scheduled and due Sunday at 11PM of the same week.  Discussion requirements and rubrics are provided.  Semester schedule of all due dates for quizzes and discussions are provided on the first day of class.  All coursework is submitted online, no on-campus visits are required at any time during the semester.

There are no prerequisites for this course. There is no particular sequence in which to take these courses, ECN 211 Macroeconomics and ECN 212 Microeconomics. Both courses are independent of each other.  Each course begins with the same content (usually the first four chapters) then follows to the respective content. 

No on-campus orientation is required. No campus visits will be required for testing.  Testing and coursework is done completely online.

*** Please note there are a limited number of seats for each section.
Overrides will not be available, should you be dropped from the course.***

Course is administered through Canvas, student will need Username (MEID) and Password to access course content. Course link in Canvas will be accessible on the first day of class. 

For access to Canvas, click on the following link: Canvas Login

If you do not have or forgot your Canvas ID, please use the following links to obtain your username and password: 

 GoogleApps@Maricopa EMAIL 
As a student of Maricopa County Community College District you now have access to a new GoogleApps@Maricopa account.  This email account is the "official" means of communication between MCCCD colleges and students for financial aid, registration, tuition payment and other deadlines.  Additionally, this address is used in Canvas.   All communications for this course will be sent to this address. 
GoogleApps@Maricopa email address is <MEID>@Maricopa.edu.  Access to GoogleApps@Maricopa account is the same used to login to Canvas, User ID (MEID) and password.  To access your account, https://google.maricopa.edu/.

Your GoogleApps@Maricopa email is a permanent address and therefore cannot be changed.  If you will not be using this account on a regular basis, adjust settings to forward email to your preferred email address.  Instructions to forward email.

Knewton is an interactive, on-line adaptive learning and homework assignment platform which includes excerpts of the textbook.  Courseware is required to complete chapter assignments and quizzes.  Access to the Knewton Courseware is obtained within the course Canvas site.  Cost is $22 per course that includes access for the entire semester.  You may register and use the Courseware for 14 days without purchase.  On the 14th day you will need to purchase.  Monthly payment options of $9.95 is also available.

Textbooks for both classes are available for FREE from OpenStax.  Texts can be read online or offline by downloading a .pdf file. 
(Publisher link)

TITLE: Principles of 
AUTHORS: Greenlaw, Shapiro, Taylor
EDITION: 2nd Edition



(Publisher link)

Principles of Microeconomics

AUTHORS: Taylor, Greenlaw, Shapiro
EDITION: 2nd Edition
ISBN-13:  978-1-947172-34-0

Physical copies of the textbook can be purchased at the CGC Bookstore and through publisher link above.

For more information:
Prof Linda Zehr
2626 East Pecos Road, IRN 272
Chandler, AZ 85225
(480) 857-5530