Government and Economics Description

This course will combine American Government and Economics. In American Government (2 quarters), students will study the US Government from a biblical perspective and develop critical-thinking skills in analyzing how history and government are crucial for decision-making on local, state, and national issues. Students will explore America’s foundations, the US Constitution, the three branches of government, and political systems. In Economics (2 quarters), students will examine basic economic principles and how these principles work in business firms, financial markets, and government. It includes a practical analysis of the use of the economic tenets in managing household finances (budgeting, banking, debt, credit, and interest) within a free market and biblical worldview.

Textbooks and Supplies

American Government Textbook:
American Government Student Edition (4th ed., 2020)
BJU Press
ISBN: 978-1-62856-424-2

American Government Workbook:
American Government Student Activities (4th ed., 2020)
BJU Press
ISBN: 978-1-62856-542-3

Economics Textbook:
Economics Student Text (3rd ed., 2017)
BJU Press
ISBN: 978-1-60682-877-9

Economics Workbook:
Economics Student Activity Manual (3rd ed., 2017)
BJU Press
ISBN: 978-1-60682-957-8

Under Class Details, see the Class Attachment for textbook and workbook pictures.


High school level US History course

Class Information

Parents are responsible for purchasing all textbooks and supplies before the first day of class.

KEYS will invoice supply fees at the time of registration and class selection. This fee covers materials, lab supplies, and other expenses incurred by the teacher. It is a one-time fee, transferable until August, but non-refundable.

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 to be waitlisted.

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