This course will combine Economics and American Government. The Economics portion will include concepts of competition and market structure, freedom of choice, private ownership, profit and loss, personal finance, and Biblical financial principles. In American government, we will study the principles and mechanics of our Constitutional Republic, examine original source material, and review how a bill becomes a law. This course will be highly practical in scope as we discuss current events and their impact on our society.
Economics Student Text Third Edition, BJU Press Alan J. Carper Elizabeth Payne Economics Student Activities Book (For use with the 3rd edition), BJU Press (Please purchase a new copy.) American Government, Fourth Edition, BJU Press (Student Text) American Government, Student Activities Book, Fourth Edition, BJU Press (Please purchase a new copy.) Notebook Pencils/pen
US History: A High School level US History course must have been taken prior to this Government Class.
Parents are responsible for purchasing all textbooks and supplies before the first day of class.
Supply fees are due to each teacher on the first day of class. This fee covers materials, lab supplies, and other expenses incurred by the teacher. They are a one-time fee.
Please note the grade level for this class. Students younger than the recommended grade levels need special permission before signing up for the class. Please contact the office for more information.
What happens if a class is full? You may email firstname.lastname@example.org to be waitlisted.