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In this module we explore how the financial markets operate; we look closely at how different types of instruments (investment products) such as stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and exchange traded funds (ETFs) function; and (3) explore some of the basic uses for such instruments. This module is open to all students; however, it is designed for high school students who intend to go on to college and want to develop a solid core understanding of this extremely important business topic. Students in Module I will take several short-online multiple choice quizzes and also participate in a weekly online discuss group. Students can enroll in Module I and not be required to take subsequent modules. This is a particularly beneficial option for students ages 12-15 who want to develop a basic understanding of how the stock and financial markets operate.


This course focuses on the science of climate change, drawing attention to the latest research and evolving pattern of scientific data on climate that has emerged in recent years. Emphasis is given to analyzing the social changes and adaptations that human communities have already made and those they will most likely have to make as the Earth's climate continues to change in the coming years. We also explore diplomatic efforts and related policy that has been launched since the creation of the Framework Convention on Climate Change (FCCC) in 1992. Students will complete weekly, online quizzes and also participate in an online discussion group.


The primary goal of this course is to help high-school students acquire the attitudes and skills needed to meet the expectations and demands of academic writing in college. Academic writing requires students to read and think critically, recognizing the complexity of issues and ideas; to tolerate and welcome that complexity; and to be dissatisfied with simple solutions and simplistic writing. Ultimately, you will produce papers that reflect complexity with a clarity of thought that engages readers. Students will keep reading journals, participate in online group discussions, and complete short papers that reflect their understanding of the material and concepts.


This course focuses on basic economic principles that help us understand the process of decision-making by individuals and businesses. We will analyze the fundamental economic activities of production, distribution, exchange, and consumption both at the micro and macro level. Besides developing an understanding of the functioning of a free market system, we will critically examine the controversies that surround the use of public policies for the greater common good. Students will complete weekly online quizzes and also participate in an online discussion.

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