DC Macroeconomics

DC Macroeconomics

DC Macroeconomics

Grade Level: 11, 12
Spring Semester (S2)
Dual Credit: BSU ECON 202

Students have the option to take this course as an AP class or as a concurrent enrollment/dual credit course. This course will explore economic systems and societal implications. Students will examine how prices in our economy act effectively to allocate scarce resources. Students will explore the measurement of aggregate economic activity, unemployment, and price level. Students will learn the role that money plays in our economy, the importance of the banking system, and the role that the Federal Reserve has in maintaining economic stability and growth. Areas of current macroeconomic interest such as the Federal Budget deficit/surplus, monetary and fiscal policies, economic growth, and international trade will also be discussed.Concurrent enrollment available through Boise State University.