ECN3625 - ECN AND POL INTEG IN THE EUROPEAN UNION
ECN AND POL INTEG IN THE EUROPEAN UNION
ECN 3625 - Economic and Political Integration in the European Union
Advanced Liberal Arts Elective
This course examines the history and development of the economic and political integration of the European Union. Beginning with a detailed review of the treaties and agreements upon which the EU is based, we look at the institutional structure of the EU including the Commission, the Court of Justice, the European Council and the European Parliament. We will also focus on the EU budget process, the policy process, agricultural policy, external relations between the EU and non-member nations, and on the key questions of EU enlargement, common defense, and national sovereignty vs. EU integration.
There will be several short analytical papers, a final exam, and a term paper. The course is both reading and writing intensive, and is recommended for students interested in international trade, international finance, global management, or economics concentrations.
Prerequisite: (ECN2300 or ECN2000) and (MCE2312 or SME2031)
Linkages: International Trade, International Finance, Multicultural Studies, and Macroeconomic Policy
This course is typically offered in the following semester: Spring