9 –12 Economics 2019-2020 (Fall Semester)
Wednesday, 1:00 – 3:00
Instructor: Dee Pendergast firstname.lastname@example.org
Class Tuition: $275 (semester-long course) or 5 equal installments of $55 (Aug.-Dec.)
Supply Fee: $30 per year, due at registration
*NOTE:There is a minimum of 6 students required for this class to progress.
Course Description: Students need to study economics so that they can understand the economic issues facing the world today and be prepared for future careers. The BJU Press Economics curriculum is a one-semester course that teaches economic principles from a conservative approach. The curriculum deals with economic models, the stock market, banking, fiscal policy, economics theorists, and more from a biblical perspective. Each chapter contains information about personal finances and encourages a biblical view of stewardship. Throughout the text, students are encouraged to think critically about economic issues. Students should expect to work on assignments at home at least 4 days each week.
BJU Press: Economics Student Text (3rd ed., published 2017)
BJU Press: Economics Activities Manual (3rd ed., published 2017)