Economics (A/T/M)

Economics is a study of the actions of individuals and societies, particularly as they relate to choices about satisfying needs and wants, and the utilisation of scarce resources. It uses theories and models to attempt to explain these behaviours. Students develop their knowledge and understanding of the structure and operation of Economic models.

Students develop the skills to create innovative solutions to Economic problems. They will research and analyse information to present logical and coherent arguments through an inquiry approach to learning. Students will assess the ethical implications and consequences of a changing commercial environment. Skills implicit in the study of Economics empower students to communicate in a variety of contexts.