Economics Course Overview:
Introduction to Economics explores a breadth of principles from the choices individuals make daily to the running of a monopoly to the goals that our national government pursues. While this course is taught from a decidedly Biblical worldview, we make it a point to look at all sides of an issue – and admit it when the answers aren’t so easy. We won’t discover iron-clad solutions to the problems of unemployment or poverty, but students will learn to ask the right questions, and hopefully, understand the answers.
This class is designed to be schedule friendly.
Features include fill-in-the-blank study guides, self-grading homework submission, pre-made (advertisement free) Quizlet decks, and tests scheduled on the weekends for maximum flexibility. This rigorous half-credit high school course is a blast – especially as a three-week summer session!
Algebra 1, high-school level reasoning skills.