• Whitehall

Economics is the study of the choices people make about how to use resources. An important aspect of every student's future is the ability to plan and implement sound financial decisions. In part, this course will help students understand and identify large-scale economic concepts such as supply, demand, and market prices. In addition, students will think about personal financial responsibility including preparing a budget, understanding employment benefits and taxes, as well as other topics such as credit, insurance, and saving/investing. Students will exit this course with an understanding of making wise choices in their financial future.

Credit: 0.5

Length: (1) Trimester

Grade Level:11, 12

Prerequisite: None

*This class can be taken to fulfill the ½ graduation credit for financial literacy.

  • 11
  • 12
  • SOC ST