Economics
Economics
Course Number:  ROSS1111A.E2020
Length:  1 semester (0.5 credits)
Total Course Cost:  $150.00  (Tuition Value:  $70.00  + Teacher Fee:  $80.00)
Instructor:  Mark Woodward
 
 
Course Description:

Presenting timely and engaging content, Economics provides students with an understanding of the principles of economics. Interactive lessons allow students to apply the key microeconomic concepts of supply and demand as well as the role of prices as they become familiar with how markets work. This course targets important aspects of the world economy, including international trade and global economic challenges, and encourages students to apply the economic way of thinking to a variety of situations relevant to their everyday lives.

Units:
  1. Introduction to Economics
  2. Introducing Microeconomics:  How Markets Work
  3. Business and Labor
  4. Cumulative Exam
  5. Money, Banking, and Finance
  6. Introducing Macroeconomics:  Measuring Economic Performance
  7. Government and the Economy
  8. The Global Economy
  9. Cumulative Exam
 

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