•  2019-2020 School Year


    Students are required to take 0.5 credits of economics. Courses that meet the economics requirements are taught by three different departments. To assist you in understanding your options, all economics offerings are listed on this page.


    The Economics graduation requirement may be met by any one of the following courses:
    (Click the link to learn more about each course.)

    Economics (taught by business and social studies)

    Agriculture Economics (taught by agriculture)


    CIS Microeconomics  (taught by social studies)


    CIS Macroeconomics (taught by social studies)