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Career Cluster Business, Management & Administration
School Divisions Augusta, Rockingham, Highland, Staunton, Waynesboro & Harrisonburg Career Pathway: Business Management
Related Industry Certifications Available: Fundamental Concepts of Business and Marketing Administrative and Information `
Certification (ASK Institute) (DECA/MarkED), IC3 (Certiport) Specialization

Grade
English
Math
Science
S.S.
CTE Courses Relating to this Pathway Offered within the
Consortium
Marketing (8120)
9
English 9
Algebra I or
Geometry
Earth Science
or Biology I
World
Geography or
World History
Principles of
Business and
Marketing (6615)

Word Processing
(6625)
Computer
Applications
(6611)
Advanced
Marketing (8130)
10
English 10
Algebra I or
Geometry
Earth Science
or Biology I
World
Geography or
World History

Computer
Information
Systems (6612)
Sports
Entertainment and
Recreation OR
Fashion Marketing
(8175)

11
English 11
Algebra II
Biology II or
Chemistry
US/VA History
Accounting (6320)
Advanced
Computer
Information
Systems (6613)
Finance (6120)

SECONDARY
Career Coaching,
12
English 12
Math or Electric
Biology II or
Chemistry
US/VA
Government
Advanced
Accounting (6321)

Business Law
(6132)


College Placement Assessments (Reading, Writing, & Math)
Year 1
1
st
Sem
Communications
Processes I (ENG
137) or College
Composition I
(ENG 111) *
General Elective
Student
Development
(SDV)


Business Elective
Intro to Business
(BUS 100)
Intro to Computer
Applications &
Concepts (ITE
115)
Year 1
2
nd
Sem
Communications
Processes II
(ENG 138) or
College
Composition II
(ENG 112)
Business
Mathematics I
(MTH 141)


Health or Physical
Education
(HLT/PED)
Business Elective
Computer Business
Applications (BUS
226)
Survey of
Economics (ECO
120)
Year 1
Summer








POSTSECONDARY
Community College
Career Placement
Year 2
1
st
Sem



Social/
Behavioral
Science
Elective
Applied
Accounting (ACC
115) OR Principles
of Accounting
(ACC 211)
Business Law I
(BUS 241)
Financial
Management (FIN
215)
Principles of
Marketing (MKT
100)


Year 2
2
nd
Sem


General
Elective
Health or
Physical
Education
Principles of
Accounting I
(ACC 211) OR
Business Elective
Principles of
Management
(BUS 200)
Business Elective
Humanities/ Fine
Arts Elective
Year 2
Summer








Required Course
Certification Prep Course
Dual Credit or Articulated
course (HS to CC)
*Academic Dual Enrollment
4-year
Institution
University/College: Old Dominion University (ODU)

Degree or Major: Bachelor’s of Science, Bachelor’s of Art in Management

Number of Articulated CC Credits: 66
Key
Articulated course: CC to 4-
yr
Date: May 2006
Revised (2/06)
Dual Enrollment Courses





Guidelines
It is recommended that Tech Prep Students maintain a career portfolio, and obtain field experience (i.e. observation, shadowing, internship,
mentorship, student apprenticeship, cooperative education, etc.) as a high school Junior and/or Senior.
The selection of a career pathway is a cooperative effort involving the student, parents, teachers and counselors. Students should enter a
program of study which blends their interests and abilities and leads to the achievement of personal, educational and career goals. Students
should not be locked into a pathway but will be encouraged to explore all available opportunities.
The courses listed are recommended curriculums for each Career Pathway. Courses offered at the Tech Centers are also included. Although
there are differences throughout the consortium, your Guidance Department will be able to give you specific courses and certifications for
your division and classes that earn articulated credit with BRCC. High school programs can be tailored for students in careers NOT
specifically included in these pathways.
* students who take ENG 111-112 , must also take SPD 110 or BUS 270
Reminders
• Use this information in conjunction with your high school’s Career Pathways.
• Students should contact the school counselor to determine availability of course offerings at their school.
• All students interested in attending a four-year college or university are encouraged to take a minimum of three years of the same
foreign language or two years of two languages and three to four years for math and science.
• All programs can include Advanced Placement (AP).
• Special education students should have an appropriate program of study included in the Individual Education Plan (IEP). Adaptations
or modifications should be included to ensure a free, appropriate education.
• Students must earn required credits for graduation.