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Course OutlineChairperson/DeanStudents are expected to review and understand all areas of the course outline.Retain this course outline for future transfer credit applications. A fee may be charged foradditional copies.This course outline is available in alternative formats upon request.School:AdvancementDepartment:Humanities and Social SciencesCourse Title:Introduction to Personal FinanceCourse Code:GNED 127Course Hours/Credits:42Prerequisites:N/ACo-requisites:N/AEligible for Prior Learning,Assessment and Recognition:YesOriginated by:Rick Newburg & Sheila TrantCreation Date:Summer 2006Revised by:Amanda ClareRevision Date:Fall 2014Current Semester:Winter 2020Approved by:
1.2.3.4.5.Acknowledgement of Traditional LandsCentennial is proud to be a part of a rich history of education in this province and in this city. Weacknowledge that we are on the treaty lands and territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nationand pay tribute to their legacy and the legacy of all First Peoples of Canada, as we strengthen ties withthe communities we serve and build the future through learning and through our graduates. Today thetraditional meeting place of Toronto is still home to many Indigenous People from across Turtle Island andwe are grateful to have the opportunity to work in the communities that have grown in the treaty lands ofthe Mississaugas. We acknowledge that we are all treaty people and accept our responsibility to honor allour relations.Course DescriptionThis course offers students an opportunity to examine the historical perspective and the financialexchange of money. This course also introduces students to the broader understanding of managingpersonal finance. Students will explore theoretical underpinnings related to the value and the concept ofmoney. The monetary policy will be evaluated and the impact on inflation, prices and interest rates today.Students will be able to make critical and suitable decisions with their finances to ensure future monetarysecurity.Course Learning OutcomesThe student will reliably demonstrate the ability to:Identify and discuss financial responsibility for future personal choices.Examine and debate the culture of money and consumerism in our society.Discuss the historical origin of financial exchange of goods and services.Assess and compare the economic diversity of North American/Global economic structures.Evaluate quantity and credit theories with regard to the value of money.Essential Employability Skills (EES)Global Citizenship and Equity (GC&E) OutcomesThe student will reliably demonstrate the ability to*:1.Communicate clearly, concisely and correctly in the written, spoken, and visual form that fulfills thepurpose and meets the needs of the audience.

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