Teaching Personal Finance as a General Education Course in a Liberal Arts Institution

  • David R. Poucher

Abstract

Personal Finance (PF) is one of the largest societal problems affecting the broader United States marketplace. Academic business departments can minister to the general student population by developing PF instruction as a general education (GE) course, even at a Christian liberal arts college. This paper will discuss the need for PF, the current approaches of higher education institutions, the path for adaptation as a GE offering, the integration of Christian faith topics and pedagogical approaches and resources for a semester-long class. Program your graduates for success in life via PF education.
How to Cite
Poucher, D. R. (1). Teaching Personal Finance as a General Education Course in a Liberal Arts Institution. Christian Business Academy Review, 12. Retrieved from https://cbfa-cbar.org/index.php/cbar/article/view/447
Section
Curriculum Development