What constitutes CEC?

The intermediate course CEC concentrates on commerce, economics, and civics. Students who complete this course will have a thorough understanding of economic theory, political theory, and business theory.

Students are introduced to several aspects of business in the CEC course’s commerce section, including accounting, finance, marketing, and entrepreneurship. Students gain insight into subjects of supply and demand, market structures, economic policies, fiscal and monetary systems, and global economic concerns through macroeconomic and microeconomic principles. Civics is the study of citizenship, politics, and the government. It addresses issues including the Constitution, citizen rights and obligations, political processes, and the structure and duties of government.

What after CEC?

Accounting, finance, marketing, human resources, and other business-related disciplines are all open to CEC students. They have the option of working for businesses, financial institutions, marketing firms, or starting their businesses. Students can also work in public administration, government, and civil services.