Economics

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Economics Winter Session

Winter Session December 20th - January 10th Must register no later than December 18th

Course ID 601V34310

ECONOMICS

This course meets the UC/CSU entrance requirement for electives.

NOTE: The honors and general Economics courses differ as to the instructional strategies employed by the teacher and the depth of study. Sheltered courses are identical in content to general courses, and differ only in strategies used to make content accessible to students for whom English is a second language.  

Prerequisite: None

Description: This course is designed to enrich students’ understanding of the operations and institutions of economic systems and to deepen their understanding of the economic problems and institutions of America and the world in which they live. The course will focus on the relevance of economic concepts to the students’ daily lives. Through a multidimensional study of the basic economic problems which face all individuals, groups, and nations, such as scarcity, choices, and economic efficiency, students will apply previously acquired information to make reasoned decisions on economic issues as citizens, employees, consumers, business owners and managers, and members of civic groups. This study will be enriched with representative literature and will include the use of primary source documents. 

$250.00


Economics Spring Session

Spring Session March 17th - April 4th Must register no later than March 13th

Course ID 601V34312

This course meets the UC/CSU entrance requirement for electives.

ECONOMICS

NOTE: The honors and general Economics courses differ as to the instructional strategies employed by the teacher and the depth of study. Sheltered courses are identical in content to general courses, and differ only in strategies used to make content accessible to students for whom English is a second language.  

Prerequisite: None

Description: This course is designed to enrich students’ understanding of the operations and institutions of economic systems and to deepen their understanding of the economic problems and institutions of America and the world in which they live. The course will focus on the relevance of economic concepts to the students’ daily lives. Through a multidimensional study of the basic economic problems which face all individuals, groups, and nations, such as scarcity, choices, and economic efficiency, students will apply previously acquired information to make reasoned decisions on economic issues as citizens, employees, consumers, business owners and managers, and members of civic groups. This study will be enriched with representative literature and will include the use of primary source documents.  

$250.00


Economics Honors Winter Session

Winter Session December 20th - January 10th Must register no later than December 18th

Course ID 602V34330

This course meets the UC/CSU entrance requirement for electives.

ECONOMICS

This course is designed to enrich students' understanding of the operations and institutions of economic systems and to deepen their understanding of the economic problems and institutions of America and the world in which they live. The course will focus on the relevance of economic concepts to the students' daily lives. Through a multidimensional study of the basic economic problems which face all individuals, groups, and nations, such as scarcity, choices, and economic efficiency, students will apply previously acquired information to make reasoned decisions on economic issues as citizens, employees, consumers, business owners and managers, and members of civic groups. This study will be enriched with representative literature and will include the use of primary source documents.

NOTE: The honors and general Economics courses differ as to the instructional strategies employed by the teacher and the depth of study. Sheltered courses are identical in content to general courses, and differ only in strategies used to make content accessible to students for whom English is a second language.  

Prerequisite:  Geometry; participant in the International Baccalaureate program or consent of the instructor

Description: This course is a one-year program in economics, designed to prepare students for the International Baccalaureate and the Advanced Placement examination in economics. A variety of microeconomic and macroeconomic topics are covered.

$250.00


Economics Honors Spring Session

Spring Session March 17th - April 4th Must register no later than March 13th

Course ID 602V34332

This course meets the UC/CSU entrance requirement for electives.

ECONOMICS

This course is designed to enrich students' understanding of the operations and institutions of economic systems and to deepen their understanding of the economic problems and institutions of America and the world in which they live. The course will focus on the relevance of economic concepts to the students' daily lives. Through a multidimensional study of the basic economic problems which face all individuals, groups, and nations, such as scarcity, choices, and economic efficiency, students will apply previously acquired information to make reasoned decisions on economic issues as citizens, employees, consumers, business owners and managers, and members of civic groups. This study will be enriched with representative literature and will include the use of primary source documents.

NOTE: The honors and general Economics courses differ as to the instructional strategies employed by the teacher and the depth of study. Sheltered courses are identical in content to general courses, and differ only in strategies used to make content accessible to students for whom English is a second language.  

Prerequisite: Geometry; participant in the International Baccalaureate program or consent of the instructor

Description: This course is a one-year program in economics, designed to prepare students for the International Baccalaureate and the Advanced Placement examination in economics. A variety of microeconomic and macroeconomic topics are covered.

$250.00