This course is designed for advanced study of agriculture business opportunities and economics for the college bound students with interest in agriculture. Through the course, the student will understand and apply basic economic principles as they relate to individual consumers, production agriculture, and agri-business management. Life skills such as resumes, job applications, interview skills, and college and scholarship applications will be included. The student will develop a “business” that will produce, package, determine prices, and profit/losses. At the conclusion of the course, profits will be split equally between the partners. This course satisfies the semester Economics requirement for graduation.
Course # 16090
Course Term: Yearlong
Grade Levels: 11-12
Graduation Credit: Social Science