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Its the start of a new term. I hope we are buckled down and ready to go.
The last term was an introduction to Economics... This term brings us serious work. If ever we are going to complete the syllabus we have to adopt proper work ethics. I'm very aware of the challenges faced by some students to include those that comes along with working online. However, I want to encourage you to maintain a relative level of discipline. Remember... Small things add up weather good or bad. Every little time you commit or fail to commit will determine how much is achieved in the end.
Hoping to have a great 2019!
~ Dwayne Brown~
The Economics Syllabus provides a useful foundation not only for further study in Economics but also for study in other Social Science subjects, including History, Politics, Business and International Relations. In summary, the syllabus seeks to equip students with the basic tools necessary for an understanding and interpretation of economic phenomena experienced by Caribbean people and for communicating, intelligently and effectively, on economic issues in the region and the wider international community.
The syllabus is arranged in seven sections, subdivided into specific objectives and corresponding content.