Business Education

ACCOUNTING I                                                  

Full Year Course-2 credits

Grade Level: 10-12, elective

Prerequisite: none

Accounting is the planning, recording, analyzing and interpreting of financial records.  This first year accounting course will give students an understanding of the basic accounting procedures needed to operate a service and merchandising business organized as a proprietorship and partnership.  It will also provide a sound background for employment as bookkeepers and for college-bound students interested in business.  Automated accounting and simulated accounting “jobs” are incorporated throughout this course.

ACCOUNTING II                                                 

Semester Course-1 credit

Grade Level: 11-12, elective

Prerequisite: Accounting I

This course is a continuation of Accounting I concepts.  An introduction to corporate accounting, cost accounting and the legal environment of business is also covered.  Automated accounting is incorporated throughout this course.

INTRODUCTORY BUSINESS                                         

Semester Course-1 credit

Grade Level: 9-12, elective

Prerequisite: none

In this course students will receive a general knowledge of various aspects of the business world. They will be involved mainly in how to manage personal finances from checking accounts to investing in stock and even retirement.  They will learn general life applications that deal with owning a home verses renting one as well as how the world of credit works.  Everything that this course offers will be things that are needed in the real world.

SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS

Semester Course-1credit

Grade Level: 9-12

Prerequisite: none

This course will cover the basic functions of business and how those functions are applied to sports and entertainment.  Areas covered include college, amateur, and professional sports, the entertainment industry, recreation business, developing a business plan, and legal issues for sports and entertainment.

PERSONAL FINANCE

Semester Course- 1 credit

Grade Level:11-12

Prerequisite: none

This course will introduce students in learning how to manage personal finances from checking accounts to investing in stock and even retirement.  They will learn general life applications that deal with owning a home verses renting one as well as how the world of credit works.  Everything that this course offers will be things that are needed in the real world.