Maalot Educational Network | Evaluated Learning Experience
Personal Finance (FIN101)
Classroom: 39 hours (13 weeks). Distance / Hybrid: Varies.
April 2015 - Present.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: define terms and concepts in regards to financial stability; income; budgeting; banking procedures; taxes; savings; investing; interest; insurance; and credit use; identify and evaluate attitudes and habits that lead to financial stability; outline a business or career plan, explaining and assessing organizational, financial, and educational considerations; develop a budget, applying and evaluating budgeting strategies, and devising solutions; outline and compare banking procedures and services ; understand personal risk management; describe and compare saving and investing alternatives; identify mortgage options and evaluate pros and cons; describe and analyze ethical compromises in regards to personal finance and propose solutions; describe and apply Jewish legal and moral perspectives on finance including charity and integrity; reflect and describe on the personal impact of the material studied within this course.
Topics covered include: Income; Household Accounting; Savings and Investing; and Personal Risk Management.
In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 4 semester hours in Business or Finance (4/16) (3/21 revalidation).