Adult High School Economics (HSEC)

High School Courses

HSEC 010 Economics (5 Units)

Same as: HSEC NC010

Hours: 72 (72 lecture)

This competency-based course stresses conceptual knowledge of capitalism and the free enterprise system. Brief comparisons are made to other economic systems. Topics also include banking, government, industry and trade. Unit quizzes provide the teacher and student feedback about the student’s progress. At the end of each unit, the student will also write a short essay on issues-oriented topics. Post-tests for the assessment of competency are required. Course restricted to 98 repetitions

Transfer Information: AHS - Economics

HSEC NC010 Economics (1-5 Units)

Same as: HSEC 010

Hours: 100 (100 lecture)

Adult High School course in economics covering basic macro and microeconomics terms and theories, including consumer behavior, supply and demand, incentives, economic decision-making, and fundamental business, government and personal finance issues. Critical thinking and writing skills, as well as application to current events and everyday life, are emphasized. Course restricted to 98 repetitions

Transfer Information: AHS - Economics

HSEC NC020 Introduction to Social Economics (1-5 Units)

Hours: 100 (100 lecture)

Adult High School Economics course designed to acquaint students with economic knowledge from the view of the individual consumer or small business owner to the global economy. It will examine the law of supply and demand, forms of business, government finances, and their influences on economic cycles. Course restricted to 98 repetitions

Transfer Information: AHS - Economics