CENTS & SENSIBILITY
Economic Skills is a practical study of consumer problems and consumer choice. This course is designed in an individualized, self-paced format with emphasis on developing the skill of consumer decision-making. Selected topics include: budgeting and family resource management, sources of consumer information, help in solving consumer problems and consumer decision-making in such areas as transportation, insurance, financial institutions, consumer goods and services, housing and credit.
Availability & Registration
We offer the following class sections for this course (10-809-101). View more class specific details and registration information by selecting a class number.
|Class Number||Status||Start/End Date||Last Date to Register||Instruction Mode||Campus||Meeting Information||Pricing|
Jan 23 –
|Apr 14||Online||Virtual College||
Jan 23 – May 17