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Logic, Life Skills, & Business

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Browse our complete Logic, Life Skills, & Business course catalog below to find instructor bios, course descriptions, class schedules, and book lists.

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Logic & Critical Thinking

ONE-SEMESTER COURSE   |   AUG 27, 2018–DEC 14, 2018

In Logic & Critical Thinking, students learn how to use and interpret language to reason well. They study logic as the science of thinking, as something found in God’s nature, and which guides all areas of human inquiry. This course will aid students in preparation for the SAT or ACT.

Business & Entrepreneurship

Business & Entrepreneurship

TWO-SEMESTER COURSE   |   AUG 27, 2018–APR 29, 2019

In Business & Entrepreneurship, students will develop the skills they need to succeed as employees, to become business managers, or to start their own businesses. 

Personal Finance & Accounting

Personal Finance & Accounting

TWO-SEMESTER COURSE   |   AUG 27, 2018–APR 29, 2019 

In Personal Finance & Accounting, students will learn how to manage their own personal finances while learning basic accounting principles and practices. Practical applications include creating a personal budget and filing taxes.



ONE-SEMESTER COURSE   |   AUG 27, 2018DEC 14, 2018

AP® Microeconomics introduces students to core economic concepts and teaches them to analyze market behavior. Topics include scarcity, supply and demand, competition,  profit, income inequality, the role of government, and a biblical perspective on economic decision making. 

AP Macroeconomics


ONE-SEMESTER COURSE   |   JAN 7, 2019–APR 29, 2019

AP® Macroeconomics introduces students to the operations of the economy on a national and global scale. Topics include economic growth, inflation, unemployment, the financial sector, international trade, economic policy, and a biblical perspective on economic principles and practices.

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