ECO 5720: Credit
Through the success of our Teacher Academy and Personal Financial Literacy training, teachers have been introduced to a breadth of information as mandated by Ohio Senate Bill 311. Our second offering in the series will go beyond evaluating the breadth of the material and take an in-depth look at credit. In this online course we'll explore the three C's of credit, credit as a necessity, credit reports, understanding credit legislation and a host of other credit related topics that will make you extremely prepared to teach personal financial literacy in the classroom.
Full Scholarship Available
GE Capital is offering a limited number of full scholarships* for ECO 5720 - Credit, making the 2-semester online graduate course no cost to you. What a great opportunity!
This is an excellent chance for you to earn credits towards your teaching license renewal. Take advantage of this offer by downloading the application at: www.wright.edu/cee/files/credit_scholarship_app.pdf and submitting it via fax to 937-775-2323.
* Scholarship awards will be made based on your school's
The cost of the course without the scholarship is $399, available to Ohio Residents only.
2 graduate semester hours x $577 = $1,154 minus $755 tuition waiver = $399 Final Cost *
Spring Term I Dates
January 29, 2014 - March 26, 2014
Registration Deadline: January 28, 2014
Spring Term II Dates
April 9, 2014 - June 11, 2014
Registration Deadline: April 8, 2014
This course is being offered in a flex-pace format, which means fewer due dates for more flexibility. You can finish early. Call for more details.
Worried about taking this course because it may interfere with other commitments? Don't worry, just call and we will work with you to make special arrangements.
For More Information or to Register:
Call (937) 775-2322 or (937) 775-2812Back to Courses Offered
*State of Ohio residents only. Out of state fees apply to all others.