Business, Marketing, and Office Technology
Business and marketing programs prepare high school students for careers in business, management, and marketing and for transition into college academic and technical business programs. Students use accounting knowledge to make decisions about planning, organizing, and allocating resources. They apply principles of law in personal and business settings. They study marketing as it relates to distribution finance, research, management,, pricing, product/service management, communication, promotion, and entrepreneurship. Finally, students develop interpersonal, teamwork, and leadership skills necessary to be successful in diverse business settings.
Business EducationKeyboarding/Word ProcessingBusiness Essentials
Business Essentials Curriculum [BE 0100 Business Essentials]Personal Finance
Personal Finance Curriculum [BE 0190 Personal Business Finance]Business Technology
Business Technology Curriculum [BE 0610 Office Technology]Desktop PublishingWeb Design IIntroduction to Interactive MediaInteractive Media Video AInteractive Media Video BInteractive Media Graphics
Accounting PathwayAccounting I
Accounting I Curriculum [BE 0410 Accounting I]Accounting II
Accounting II Curriculum [BE 0420 Accounting II]Computerized Accounting
Computerized Accounting Curriculum [BE 0421 Computerized Accounting]
Administrative Services PathwayComputer Applications IComputer Applications IIComputer Applications IIIBusiness Cooperative Education
Marketing EducationEconomics for MarketingSports and Entertainment MarketingAdvertising and PromotionsPrinciples of Marketing and ManagementBusiness Ownership/EntrepreneurshipBusiness Ownership/Entrepreneurship Curriculum [BE 0600/ME 0600 Business Ownership/Entrepreneurship]Marketing and Management InternshipMarketing and Management Internship Curriculum [BE 9800 Business Occupational and Career Experience]For High School of BusinessTM, see High School of Business under Professional Technical Curriculum.