Course Overview

What makes you purchase a red t-shirt or a blue one? How many t-shirts would you buy if you received a discount? How big a discount would it take? Who produces your t-shirts and where - in India? China? the US? Should the government provide all of us with free t-shirts? And how about education, should it be free for all? Who invented money and what is the meaning of inflation, interest rates, economic depression and economic growth?


By the end of this course, you should be able to use the analysis practiced in class to form your own judgements about the major economic challenges faced by firms, consumers, governments and countries. Moreover, you should be able to advise regarding appropriate policy to meet private and public economic challenges.

The Details

  • July 20- July 31

  • Zoom sessions: 1PM - 3PM Eastern; M-F

  • For students completing grades 9-12

  • 20 hours of Live Instruction

  • Seminar style coursework; Project based learning

  • Instructor Office Hours Available

  • All Students Will Receive A Certificate of Completion

  • Class Fee: $1,295

Faculty

Economics/Finance

Stephen Cambisios