(1 credit) 11Students will gain an understanding and appreciation for the history of the United States of America from the first Americans to its current importance and position within the world.
Students also examine the Constitution, political parties, elections, interest groups, mass media, and political behavior.
(1/2 credit) 12Students survey basic economic topics, including supply and demand and the circular flow of income and products. Students will study the comparative economic systems, business, competition, money and banking, and national economics concerns such as productivity, unemployment, and inflation.
Students consider personal economic concerns such as budgeting, managing credit, saving, and financial planning.
(1/2 credit) This course includes the study of multiple representations of linear and non-linear functions.