DC Microeconomics

DC Microeconomics

DC Microeconomics

Grade Level: 11, 12
Fall Semester (S1)
Dual Credit: BSU ECON 201

Students have the option to take this course as an AP class or as a concurrent enrollment/dual credit course. Students will define economics, explore the underlying fundamentals common to all economic systems, and develop and examine a basic framework for analysis of the economic interactions that take place in our economy. Students will examine the problems caused by scarcity, study differing market structures that operate in our economy, and develop an understanding of fundamental theoretical tools. Students will then focus upon: regulation and antitrust, supply and demand for the factors of production, wage determination, international trade, and the economic problems faced by specific industries. Concurrent enrollment available through Boise State University.