Business ED Department

#115Business Economics½ credit

Students enrolled in Business Economics will explore an introduction to our economic system. Business Economics will introduce you to the impact that being a consumer will have on your life. Students will gain an understanding of supply & demand, free enterprise, production and productivity, and the government’s role in the economy. This course can be taken to satisfy ½ credit toward

#216 Accounting I 1 credit

Everyone needs to know how to keep a balanced account! This course provides students with a working knowledge of accounting, recording financial transactions, summarizing accounts and preparing financial statements. Students will use basic math (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) skills to complete various bookkeeping assignments.

Students are able to receive a math credit for this course.

#220 Accounting II 1 credit

Accounting II consists of a review of the Accounting I theory and application with emphasis on analysis, group projects, and advanced accounting techniques. Students must have a basic knowledge about the accounting equation, debits, credits and financial statements. This knowledge is gained by taking Accounting I. Grades 10, 11, 12.

#218 Business Mathematics 1 credit

Applying math to the student’s personal and business life is the basis of this course. Actual problems such as balancing a checkbook, “punching” a time clock and calculating pay and income are some of the fundamental operations explored in this class.

Students are able to receive a math credit for this course.

#230 Record Keeping in the Computer Age 1 credit

This course explores the basic record keeping procedures such as checking accounts, petty cash receipts, retail charge sales, accounts receivable, and accounts payable. Students keep records for small businesses.This course helps students determine an interest in accounting and business procedures in general. It is strongly recommended that a student take Record Keeping prior to enrolling in Accounting I.Record Keeping is recommended to the 9th and 10th grade level, although all students in grades 9 – 12 will benefit from this class

#210 Advanced Keyboarding ½ credit

While seventh grade keyboarding introduces the students to proper typing technique, this course enhances and increases the student’s ability to produce documents of a more personal nature. Students are reintroduced to the correct typing techniques. This is a condensed typing course for personal use and is highly recommended for all pupils before they graduate from high school!

#205 Word Processing/Desktop Publishing 1 credit

Enrolling in this course helps students achieve success in their other classes because they will become proficient in using the computer labs available in our high school. Assignments are completed on the computer, and word processing programs are explored.

#214 Introduction to Business ½ credit

An introduction to the world of business, this course provides general information about current business practices. Topics covered in the course include: banking, investments, credit, stocks and bonds, insurance, payroll, payroll taxes, and career selec