CTE - Personal Finance & Economics
Students will learn about personal finance and economics including budgeting with intention, investing, saving, planning and money management, risk management, and credit. This course introduces students to the components of a comprehensive financial plan and provides insight into to the world of economics. Students will evaluate the economic role of small business in the financial services industry. Upon successful completion of this one credit course students will earn a CTE course credit; this course fulfills the economics requirement needed for graduation.
6330 W. Thunderbird Rd.
Requested competency code:
Tuesday, August 9, 2022
Wednesday, January 25, 2023
In order to be reviewed as a CTE, we need specific approved ABOR program topic this applies to and details of how applies to that topic.
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