PRE-REQS: Take ECN-2030 This course allows students to see first-hand the effects of post-WWII political and economic developments in Central and Eastern European countries. The historical political and economic forces that have shaped contemporary economies are discussed. The course analyzes differences in labor financial and other markets; particularly in the context of the development of the European Union. The complete travel cost is $3875 due by February 1 2023. A $500 deposit is required to secure a place in the course.
This course covers introduces student to essential ideas in personal finance. These topics include objective setting cash management budgeting purchasing insurance and investment analysis tax planning and estate planning. Students will learn several skills and methods for personal financial management. The course will also investigate how the major social governmental and economic issues impact individuals and decision making. Mastery of the course material will enable the student to more intelligently make financial decisions within their life.
- Teacher: Caleb Lewis