CFS 145 Consumer Decision Making

Offered: Typically Fall and Spring terms

Principles of decision making applied to the use of household resources and individual choices relative to the purchase, consumption, and production of goods and services, in personal and professional arenas. Consumer concerns such as health care, credit, housing, food, clothing, savings, insurance, and protective legislation are covered. Emphasis on the development of human capitol and related career skills, and an introduction to use of data sources. Practical Reasoning (PR). 1 Course Credit


1 Course Credit