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Economics of Personal Finance

Economics of Personal Finance examines micro-economic principles pertaining to personal finance and teaches students how to apply real-life mathematics concepts and processes to their personal finances through a personal economics perspective (i.e., a particular strand of Michigan social studies standards). For instance, students will learn how to manage their money. Economics of Personal Finance examines the decision-making processes behind earning money, spending money, saving and investing to build wealth, using credit, insuring one’s self and possessions, and investing in an education. This course is aligned to the Michigan’s K-12 Social Studies standards for Economics: Personal Finance (E4). Prerequisites: Middle School Math

Terms Offered

(23-24) Semester 1
(23-24) Semester 2
(23-24) Trimester 1
(23-24) Trimester 3

NCAA Approved?

Not Approved

Standards

Michigan High School Content Expectations