AP Microeconomics

APEX

0.5 Unit
Social Studies
For Grades: 11, 12
AP
NCAA Eligible
Accredited by AdvancED
State Certified
A mobile-friendly course

Instructor Embedded Cost: $300

Content Only Cost: $125 Discounts offered based on volume purchased
Course Quality: N/A
Content Standards Alignment: N/A
National Completion Rate: N/A
Oklahoma Completion Rate: N/A

AP Microeconomics studies the behavior of individuals and businesses as they exchange goods and services in the marketplace. Students will learn why the same product costs different amounts at different stores, in different cities, at different times. They'll also learn to spot patterns in economic behavior and how to use those patterns to explain buyer and seller behavior under various conditions. Microeconomics studies the economic way of thinking, understanding the nature and function of markets, the role of scarcity and competition, the influence of factors such as interest rates on business decisions, and the role of government in promoting a healthy economy. The equivalent of a 100-level college course, AP Microeconomics prepares students for the AP exam and for further study in business, history, and political science.

This course has been authorized by the College Board® to use the AP designation.

https://www.apexlearning.com/course/244

Syllabus
https://cdn.apexlearning.com/course_pdfs/244-cs.pdf

The following information applies only to instructor embedded courses.
Student-Teacher Ratio: 30:01:00
Enrollment Cycle: continuous
Term: fall, spring, summer
Prerequisites: 1 Algebra I
Oklahoma Subject Code: 5526
Course Provider Contact: Jon Castillo | jon.castillo@apexlearning.com | (949) 606-4403
How To Purchase This Course

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