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High School Business

Business Course Offerings 

 
Accounting I, 8600
Grade: 10,11,12
Credit: 1.0 Weight Factor 1.5
Prerequisite: None

Students will study the role that accounting plays in private enterprise. Keeping accounting records is an important part of operating a business. Students will do manual and computerized accounting to help businesses operate efficiently and profitably. Students will learn why accounting has been called the language of business.
2011-12
 
Advanced Microsoft Office Suite I, 8480
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Credit: 0.5    Weight factor: 1.5
Prerequisite: Microsoft Office I and II
 
Advanced Microsoft Office is intended as a second course in Microsoft Office. This course is for students who have successfully completed Microsoft Office Suite I. This course will acquaint students with the proper procedures to create and enhance more advanced documents and presentations.
 

Advanced Microsoft Office Suite II, 8490
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Credit: 0.5    Weight factor: 1.5
Prerequisite: Microsoft Office I and II

 
Advanced Microsoft Office is intended as a second course in Microsoft Office. This course is for students who have successfully completed Microsoft Office Suite II. This course will acquaint students with the proper procedures to create and enhance more advanced spreadsheets and databases.
 

Business Law, 8610
Grades: 11,12
Credit: .5 Weight factor: 1.5
Prerequisite: None
Business Law is taught for its personal value to the students. It will also assist the students in the demands of everyday living. It develops an understanding of personal rights and obligations in business transactions.


Business Math, 8620
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Credit: 1    Weight factor: 1.5
Prerequisite: None

This course offers a comprehensive demonstration of basic mathematical concepts through real-world applications. This course provides instruction in operations with whole numbers, statistics, ratios, proportions, fractions, percentages, measurement, bank records, payroll, trade and cash discounts, interest, credit, depreciation, accounting, and taxes.
 
Finance and Accounting I, 8120
Grades:  10, 11, 12
Credit: .5    Weight factor: 1.5
Prerequisite: None

This course will enable anyone to keep basic records for the home, club, or organization. Students will learn to deal with budgets, checking accounts, and savings accounts.

Finance and Accounting II, 8130
Grades:  10, 11, 12
Credit: .5    Weight factor: 1.5
Prerequisite: Finance & Accounting I

This course builds on the concepts learned in Finance and Accounting I. Students will understand how business forms are used and how data from these forms is used in decision-making. Students will be able to handle credit, insurance, credit cards, and investments.

Finance and Accounting II, 8130
Grades:  10, 11, 12
Credit: .5    Weight factor: 1.5
Prerequisite: Finance & Accounting I

This course builds on the concepts learned in Finance and Accounting I. Students will understand how business forms are used and how data from these forms is used in decision-making. Students will be able to handle credit, insurance, credit cards, and investments.

Marketing Sales, 6230
Grades: 11, 12
Credit: 1    Weight factor: 1.5
Prerequisite: None

This course is a preparatory course for the student to become better acquainted with the distribution and sale of merchandise. The student learns about purchasing, warehousing, advertising, displaying, selling and communicating in business.

 
Microsoft Office Suite I, 8440
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Credit: .5    Weight factor: 1.5
Prerequisite: None

This course will allow students to gain valuable experience in using software programs such as Microsoft Word and PowerPoint.


Microsoft Office Suite II, 8470
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Credit: .5    Weight factor: 1.5
Prerequisite: None

This course will give students the necessary background to operate spreadsheets and databases using Microsoft Excel and Access.


Personal Finance, 8140
Grade: 11,12
Credit: .5 Weight factor: 1.5
Prerequisite: None

In Personal Finance, students will develop and maintain their own financial information portfolio. Students will develop a better understanding of how their present and future financial needs can be better understood and met. Students will become more knowledgeable, effective and efficient consumers now and in the future. Topics covered, but not limited to are: career choices; banking; buying vehicles and homes; renting; insurance; investing; credit use; wills; income tax forms.