Economics is a challenging, engaging course that presents concepts that help students interpret daily news, understand how interdependent the world’s economies are, and anticipate how events will impact their lives.
Note: If taking this course, please note that the half-credit Personal Finance course is also required to fully satisfy the graduation requirement for Economics and Personal Finance.
This half-credit course covers the Economics portion of the Virginia Standards of Learning for Economics and Personal Finance (EPF.1–EPF.9).
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Course Texts and Materials
- All resources are included within the course.
- 04249 Economics (0.5 cr)
- Fall Semester (18 weeks)
- Summer Session (6 weeks)