Originally Posted by FidelCashflow
If you're not on a science related field, what possible use could you have for physics in everyday life???
If you plan to own your own small business, the most basic accounting course could prove useful.Doing some of the super-easy book-keeping yourself can save you big bucks on your bill from your accountant at the end of the year.
That, and perhaps the most basic finance class since this teaches you how interest works. Everyone pays it, but astounding numbers of people don't fully comprehend how long they'll be paying it or how much they'll be paying.
I feel basic knowledge on gravity and electricity can be extremely useful in daily life. Gravity is actually very counterintuitive, and I can guarantee that a large majority of folks don't have a clue about how some things in nature really work.
I agree with basic finance and economics class. The idea of a sunk cost is still a mystery to a large percentage of adults.