Introduction to Business 6502 (9,10)
Students learn about business as it affects them day by day. There are units on economics, consumerism, money management, banking, investments, credit, and insurance. In each unit, related careers are discussed to help students recognize career potentials for themselves.
Business & Personal Finance 3325 (11,12)
This semester course of juniors and seniors educates students concerning personal financial planning. Students will develop financial literacy through integrated academics and real-world examples. By learning how to make informed decisions related to spending, saving, borrowing, and investing, students can build a solid foundation for their financial security both now and in the future.
Business Law 6542 (11,12)
This one semester course available to juniors and seniors explores business law from the viewpoint of a business owner. The course consists of four main components: tort law, consumer law, employment law, and contract law. Students will apply learned principles to hypothetical and real-life studies.
Accounting LTC 6577 (11,12)
The aim of the course is to provide an understanding of the flow of a business transaction through the accounting cycle, to teach the necessity for neat and accurate records, and to provide background instruction for advanced study in business administration or accounting. Students will maintain accounting and payroll records for a sole proprietorship, merchandising business, and corporation.