• To develop students' ability to collate economic data to examine and interpret evidence to explain social patterns and events with the use of different economic tools;
  • To develop generic skills such as communication skills, problem-solving skills and critical thinking skills through enquiry into economic issues and controversies;
  • To enable students to apply economic knowledge to a variety of problems and issues in a range of economic contexts; and
  • To develop values and attitudes so that students may participate as informed persons in the discussion of economic issues and decision making.


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