MS Civics, Government, and Economics - SS2049 Semesters A & B
This is a full year course that is broken down into two 0.50 (half) credit semesters.
Exploring the structure of the United States government on a national, state, and local level, this course challenges students to learn and understand fundamental concepts and philosophies that led to the creation of the United States Constitution. Students enrolled in this two-semester course analyze the political process, political parties, and influences that affect them both. Engaging, interactive content introduces economic concepts and encourages students to explore government and economics on a global scale. By instilling a thorough understanding of government and economics, this course inspires students to investigate what it means to be an American citizen.
|Estimated Hours||120 Hours|