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Applied Economics (BOLT)
Course Number:
27
Credit(s):
.5 to 2 varies
Grade:
10, 11, 12  
Required:
Elective
Prerequisite:
none
Instructor:
Blahnik
Grad Standard(s):
Market Research, A Business Plan, New Product Development
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Objective: This course will focus on the following topics ;while also conducting operations of the BOLT business: -
-principles of economics; supply & demand; micro-economics
-starting a business in Minnesota
-measuring demographics, area need, business focus
-keeping books for your business
-federal and state business regulations
-writing a business plan/funding your business
-creating professional-looking presentations
-presentation of your business and yourself for success
-examining profit/loss statements
-what do other businesses do that makes them successful?
Examining leaders in business
-in a capitalistic system, it is survival of the fittest. So what about ethics?
Grade Breakdown: 65% class participation
20% assignments/tests/quizzes
15% demonstration skills and participation

See syllabus for details.


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