• 2018-2019 School Year

    First Period

    Fourth Period

     

    U.S. Government, Advanced* (one-half credit)/Economics, Advanced* (one-half credit)

    The Advanced U.S. Government and Economics courses are designed to develop independent research skills, advanced study skills, and a comprehensive knowledge of the American system of government and economics at all levels. Topics include foreign and domestic policy, government agencies, federalism, the political process, economic concepts of free enterprise and capitalism, business/labor relations, monetary and fiscal policy, comparisons of world economic systems, and the interactions of the various levels of American government. Topics of study are integrated throughout the term. Prerequisite: Course fulfilling U.S. History II requirement Fee: None