• ESSENTIAL, CORE, CONTEMPORARY ECONOMICS 

    Length of course:                          One Semester 

    Credit:                                            .5 Credit 

    Grade Placement:                         10, 11 

    Prerequisite:                                  None

    Course Description: Students often have significant difficulty in mastering an understanding of money management skills. Consumer Economics reinforces consumer skills such as defining personal needs and wants, laws of supply and demand, market competition, and how the work force influences the economic climate of the nation.