AP Micro and Macro Economics are a comprehensive course designed for high school graduates culminating in a test given by the College Board. The AP Micro and Macro Economics course is intended to provide students with the foundation to understand macroeconomics, which is a sub-field of economics that has a strong impact on both business and personal decisions. The AP Micro and Macro Economics course will be of particular interest to students who want to go on to higher education or who have just entered college.
The Micro course focuses on microeconomics. Microeconomics deals with prices, demand and supply, bargaining, and other factors that affect the economic activity of individuals within a society. Microeconomists make use of different mathematical methods and theories in analyzing macroeconomic conditions in order to understand what is going on.
The AP Micro and Macro Economics course are divided into two parts, namely, the Principles and Methods section. In the Principles and Methods part of the course, students will learn the concepts of the theory of economic growth as well as the concepts of the theory of employment. Students will also study the concept of money as well as the theory of value.
In the second part of the course, students are required to apply what they learned in the previous part of the course. After completing the Principles and Methods part of the course, students will have to apply what they have learned and have to study the theories and techniques used by economists during their careers. In this part of the course, students will have to apply these concepts and techniques in real situations, where students will have to think logically and create models and theories that can explain the observed conditions in real life.
In the last part of the AP Micro and Macro Economics course, students will have to create a model of employment and determine its value using the theories and techniques of micro and macro economics. Students will also have to learn how to make use of their models and theories and apply it in real life, as well as using the techniques used by those who have studied them to create and test a model of their own. The last part of the course prepares students to take the AP tests that will be given by the college or university that they are planning to attend.
The AP Micro and Macro Economics course can be completed in as little as one year, although students may wish to opt for more than one year if they have enough interest . . . . . . in the subject. or if they wish to specialize more in the field. Other college courses that may also be beneficial for students who plan to go on to higher education include statistics, history and political science.