Course Details

Course Number

10809101

Credits

1.00

Subject

Social Science

Description

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.

Prerequisite: Economics course or concurrent registration in economics.

Availability & Registration

We offer the following class sections for this course. View more class specific details and registration information by selecting a class number.

Class Number Start/End Date Format Campus Meeting Information Pricing
23257 - Lecture Virtual College
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ONLINE INSTRUCTION
WATSON,SARAH
$160.55
61510 - Lecture Virtual College
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ONLINE INSTRUCTION
WATSON,SARAH
$160.55

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