Program Schedule

  • Summer Session: July 29 to August 9, 2024
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• Microeconomics
• Macroeconomics
• Economic Theories

Learning objects including but not limited to

• Explore how individuals, organizations and nations manage resources and respond to scarcity
• Familiarize yourself with core principles in microeconomics (consumer choice, firm behavior, goods and services, supply-demand interaction) and macroeconomics (production and growth, employment and interest rates, aggregate variables)
• Identify the key factors that influence long term growth and short-term fluctuations
• Participate in challenging, hands-on, task-based assignments that allow you to apply what you learn as you investigate topics that relate to your personal interests
• Prepare yourself for more advanced study in economics theory, history, and application
• Refine your English language, communication, and rhetorical skills by participating in discussions, creating original content, and presenting your work to unfamiliar audiences
• Become familiar with the standards of elite American universities: university admissions, classroom communication, tone and rhetoric, academic format and more
• Acquire strategies for long-term, sustained independent language development
• Receive personalized, close feedback and a pedagogical approach tailored to your learning style