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ECON 1301 | Intro to Economics

This course is a study of consumer problems of the individual and of the family in the American economy. Areas of study may include: money and credit management, saving and personal investment, estate planning, wills, buying food and clothing, home ownership or rental, transportation, insurance, taxes and consumer protection. It is designed to expose non-business majors to a broad range of economic issues and policies. It may not be taken for credit toward any degree plan for Business Administration, Accounting, Finance, Economics. Prerequisites: Reading level 6, Writing level 6 and Math level 6

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America; Money; Credit; Savings; Investment; Estate; Wills; Consumers; Real Estate; Transportation; Insurance; Taxes; Fraud| Central Library: 281-476-1850 | Generation Park Campus: 281-998-6150 x8133 | North Library: 281-459-7116 | South Library: 281-998-6150 ext. 3306