Teacher in Charge: Mr J. WarrenRecommended Prior Learning
None although having studied Economics 21F is an advantage.
The course leads on from Economics 21F.
It covers three major issues.
1/ Micro-Economics - This looks at the issues affecting individual people and individual businesses.
2/ Macro-Economics - This covers the whole New Zealand economy. Students learn how factors like the money supply can affect the economy.
3/ Government Economics - Students will learn how the government manages the economy.
Economics at University and Polytechnic.
Economics is also important for those students interested in running their own businesses in the future or students wanting to develop management and financial skills.
If a student achieves 14 Level 3 credits in this course it will be counted as an approved subject for University Entrance.