I don’t think there is a college course that teaches economics, anywhere. Yes, every university has courses labeled with that name, but the absence of an economic engine has been opportunistically ignored in the curriculum. If a person built something with wheels and no engine, he could call it an automobile. However, automobile would be a misnomer because it wouldn’t be automatically mobile. The scholarly peddling of economics is not economic, because they left the engine out.
Money is not the object of economics, the object of economics is improving the well-being of all humans and humanity. The economic engine is not powered by money, but lubricated by it. Money is an exhaustible resource that must reach every moving part of the engine, or the engine will be damaged or destroyed.
Economics must provide a method for monetary distribution to lubricate each moving part. Lubricant that doesn’t reach one part, accumulates in another. The accumulation of money into one segment of the economy is a flashing red light that indicates that part of the engine is not being lubricated. When the economic engine fails people are hurt individually, and everybody is hurt communally.