Consumer Economics Honors 171

Students will utilize various resources to investigate current economic issues, engage in academic conversations and debates, and build financial literacy skills in a project-based course. Additional access to personal finance sources will supplement class discussion...

Consumer Education 161

This course offers the “basic survival skills” needed to attain economic literacy in order to function productively as a citizen, worker, and consumer in today’s changing economy. It offers a practical approach to understanding concepts in the areas...

Consumer Education 161, 163

This instructional course offers basic survival skills to assist students toward adult independence. Areas covered include banking, loans, automobile purchase, insurance, taxes, credit and...