An introductory economics course for high school learners.

An interactive activity on how the federal reserve and how they craft the monetary policy.

This course will provide you with an analytical framework for the study of international trade. Historically, international trade has played a critical role in enabling countries to grow, develop, and become economically powerful. 
Advanced treatment of the dynamics of the macro-economy, which includes topics related to the determination of aggregate output, the determination of the interest rate, business cycle theories and stabilization, the stock market, household and firm behavior in the macro-economy, and debates in macroeconomics.
Rigorous introduction to resource allocation in a market economy, with particular emphasis on supply and demand interaction, utility maximization, profit maximization, elasticity, perfect competition, monopoly power, imperfect competition, and game theory.
Exploration of the factors that impact the overall performance of economies. The course focuses on public policies helping and hindering the achievement of intended outcomes, such as reducing unemployment or increasing trade. college credit, ace, excelsior, uexcel, thomas edison, asba
Introductory course that provides a basic understanding of microeconomic principles. Analyzes the economic factors influencing decisions made at the individual level, after evaluating resources, costs, and tradeoffs. college credit, ace, clep, thomas edison, tecep, asba