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Course No.: 80145

Course Length: 1 semester

Credit: 1

Course Begins: Fall, Spring

Prerequisite: Senior Status

Grade Level: 12
Economics is designed to acquaint the student with basic principles of economics, primarily as they apply to the American government, households and business in terms of American capitalism. They address the questions concerning the American economic system’s efforts to maximize goods and services in conformity with human needs and wants. Students learn the basic principles of a market economy and the role of supply, demand, and price determination. They examine current policy concerning the use of monetary and fiscal policy to close inflationary and deflationary gaps. Students view current issues in American society from an economic point of view and use their economic understanding to propose and explain possible solutions to problems these issues may present.

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