• Graduation Requirement; Meets CSU/UC “G” Requirement
     
    Prerequisite: None
     
    Grades: 11-12 (1 Semester)
     
    5 Credits  
    DESCRIPTION: This course covers basic economic concepts and  includes a study of the tools of analysis such as charts, graphs, statistics, and marginal analysis; economic indicators, scarcity, opportunity costs; basic economic questions of what, how, and for whom; the market system, freedom of choice, private ownership, profit and loss, consumer skills; labor relations and government, monetary and fiscal policy; financial institutions, the business of cycle, inflation, deflation and unemployment; historical theory of economics and comparative systems, international trade, and U.S. economic history; opportunities for students to develop creative and thinking skills. The course meets the graduation requirement for Economics.
     
     
Last Modified on November 20, 2015