• Second Period

    Third Period

     

    U.S. Government (one-half credit)/Economics (one-half credit)
    The U.S. Government and Economics courses expand students' previous knowledge of history, geography, economics, and government. The courses provide knowledge in the areas of civic responsibility, individual rights, basic economic principles, and the citizen's relationship with government. Topics include representative democracy, federalism, international relations, basic economic concepts of free enterprise and capitalism, business/labor relations, monetary and fiscal policy, and comparisons of world economic systems. Topics of study are integrated throughout the term. Prerequisite: Course fulfilling U.S. History II requirement Fee: None