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Nov 10, 2013 (3 years and 7 months ago)

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Principles of Business, Marketing, & Finance

Business Information Management I & II

Accounting

Business Law

Human Resources Management

Global Business

Banking & Financial Systems

Principles of
Business, Marketing,
and Finance

(grades 9
-
12)

This two
-
semester course will provide students with an introductory
level of knowledge and skills within the following areas: economics,
private enterprise systems, the impact of global business,
marketing of goods and services, advertising, sales process,
product pricing, and personal financial management.


Within each subject area students will be given the opportunity to
reinforce, apply and transfer their academic knowledge and skills
while participating in interesting and relevant activities within
business, marketing and financial settings.

Business

Information

Management

(grades 9
-
12)

BIM I teaches students to coordinate information management

and business management to aid in business planning.
Students will apply technical skills to address business
applications of emerging technologies, create word
-
processing
documents, develop a spreadsheet, formulate a database, and
make an electronic presentation using appropriate software.
Students will develop personal and interpersonal skills to
strengthen individual performance in the workplace and in
society and make a successful transition to the workforce and
postsecondary education.

Note: Tech Prep articulated course

Accounting

(grades 10
-
12)

Through this two semester course, students will
gain a foundation in the skills needed for college
accounting courses, office work, and managing
their own small businesses. These skills are
necessary for any student planning to major in
Business in college.

Business Law introduces law and the necessity of
the legal system that governs business operations
in our society. This course helps prepare students
for future business careers as well as college
majors in business. Students will learn about
different types of law; civil and criminal law,
contract law, negotiable instruments, agency and
employment, business organization, insurance
law, real property and personal property law.

Human Resource Management introduces students to the
primary functions of human resources management including
recruitment, selection, training, development, and
compensation. This course helps prepare students for future
business careers as well as college majors in business. Students
will learn how to perform functions effectively within the
constraints of state and federal laws.


Students will also learn the importance of workplace safety,

employee/management relations, personal development, and

future global considerations impacting human resources.

Global Business is a first
-
semester course that introduces

concepts of the global market and economy and
international trade; examines operations in a global market;
provides an opportunity to study cultural differences and
effects of differences on managerial processes and
international law; the impact of international trade on the
domestic and global economy; and examines planning,
organizational structure, finance, marketing, and foreign
governmental practices.


Banking and Financial Systems is a second
semester course that introduces banking and
financial concepts, principles and procedures;
emphasizes the role of money in the modern
economy; recognizes the economic theories and
financial forces that influence international
business; and compares consumer financial
transactions with government transactions.

Accounting & Finance Management
Program of Study

4 Credits Required

Required Courses:
Choose 2 or more credits from the following:

Principles of Business, Marketing, & Finance (9
-
12)

Accounting I (10
-
12)

Global Business*/Banking & Financial Services* (11
-
12)

Choose 1
-
2 additional credit(s) from the following:

Accounting II (11
-
12)



Business Information Management I (9
-
12)

Entrepreneurship*/Retailing & E
-
tailing* (10
-
12)

Human Resources Management*/Business Law* (
11
-
12
)

General Business
Program of Study

4 Credits Required

Required Course (choose 4):
Business Information Management I (9
-
12)

Entrepreneurship*/Retailing & E
-
tailing* (10
-
12)

Fundamentals of Web Design (10
-
12)

Global Business* (11
-
12)

Human Resources Management*/Business Law* (
11
-
12
)

Principles of Business, Marketing, & Finance (9
-
12)

Marketing Dynamics~ (12
)

Hotel Management*/Travel

& Tourism Management*(11
-
12)