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Business & Economics

Business & Economics students learn a wide array of concepts with clear real-world applications, from the basics of writing a business plan, to the study of economics, the social impact of business, and entrepreneurship.

Overview

While exploring the different aspects of business—how it works, and how to run a successful business—students participate in projects and exercises that encourage socially-minded entrepreneurship, translating into daily life skills and successful habits.

In the Business & Economics pathway, students not only learn the basics of business but create pitch-decks and present full business proposals.

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Coursework that works

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Exploring Business Economics

This course will serve as a fun and engaging introduction to the world of business. While exploring what business is, how it works, and how to run a successful business, students will participate in projects and exercises to encourage socially-minded entrepreneurship that translates into daily life skills and successful habits.

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Exploring Microeconomics

This is a fundamental introductory course into the study of microeconomics, the part of economics concerned with single factors and the effects of individual decisions. No prior economics knowledge is necessary, but students should be comfortable reading basic graphs and doing simple arithmetic.

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