Level 2 Economics
Teacher in Charge: Miss M. Gray
A practical and theoretical economic approach to the world around us, looking at how we as individuals and member or groups fit into society. An in-depth look at issues facing us and the New Zealand economy as the course focuses on trade, growth and inflation.
Why study Economics?
Economics is about choice and the impact of our choices for each other. It relates to every aspect of our lives, from the decisions we make as individuals or families to the structures created by governments and firms.
Economics offers the tools with which to approach questions and how to make well – informed decisions about the desirability of individual ideas or the likely impacts of public policies. You will acquire problem-solving skills and develop a logical, ordered way of looking at problems.
Economics is important for many areas of society. It can help improve living standards and make society a better place, in turn, it can also make things worse. It partly depends on the priorities of society and what we consider most important.
Economics leads naturally to careers in business, law, research and consulting, marketing, communications or working within the Government.
Contributions and Equipment/Stationery
Workbook – $25
Completion of Year 11 Economics and L1 NCEA Numeracy requirements (or by negotiation with HoF of Social Sciences)
Total Credits Available: 22 credits.
Externally Assessed Credits: 12 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 10 credits.
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An individual course will only run if sufficient students are accepted into the course.