5 Credits, Grades 9 - 12
    Accounting 1 is an introductory course in which students study foundational accounting principles, techniques, and concepts. Students will learn how to prepare, manage, and analyze various financial records while working within the constraints of the law. They will identify problems and develop solutions to these problems. Students will demonstrate their understanding through real-world projects and simulations.

    5 Credits, Grades 10 - 12
    Prerequisite: Accounting 1 

    Honors Accounting 2 expands upon the underlying framework and concepts introduced in Accounting 1. Emphasis on accounting for partnerships and corporations includes financial statement preparation, financial statement and ratio analysis, stock capitalization, as well as the preparation of various managerial reports to make key business decisions for corporations and partnerships.

    2.5 Credits, Grades 9 - 12
    Students will evaluate career information and learn the different forms of business organization and how they operate. Emphasis is placed on the impact of technology on business organization, human resources, marketing, and finance. Each student develops a business plan.

    2.5 Credits, Grades 9 - 12
    Students will develop proficiency with Microsoft Access®, Excel®, Word®, and PowerPoint® software, as well as integrate these software programs. This course is designed to focus on advanced functions that will help students learn to navigate one of the most utilized software programs throughout high school and college.

    2.5 Credits, Grades 9 - 12
    This course is required for graduation and will emphasize finance, economics, business, and entrepreneurial literacy as it applies to everyday life situations. Personal decision-making regarding budgeting, career choices, investments, loans, and insurance will be covered.

    5 Credits, Grades 9 - 12
    Fundamentals of Business is designed for students who have an interest in exploring 21st-century business operation. The goals of this course are to introduce students to the different internal and external elements of a business and the context in which a business operates. Fundamentals of Business explores common elements and characteristics of business such as marketing, accounting, economics, management, technology, and ethics. Topics are grouped in occupational clusters to assist students in choosing pathways of interest for college and/or a career.

    5 Credits, Grades 9 - 12
    This course enables students to acquire broad understandings in marketing so that they are able to transfer their skill and knowledge between and among industries. Specific content includes: economics, distribution, pricing strategies, selling, promotion, internet-based business, and career planning. A co-curricular aspect of the program is DECA, a national organization for marketing students. By participating in DECA students develop self-esteem, character leadership and communication skills.

    2.5 Credits, Grades 10 - 12
    Sports and Entertainment Marketing is a course that is designed for students interested in sports, entertainment and event marketing. Emphasis is placed on the following principles as they apply to the industry: branding, licensing and naming rights; business foundations; concessions and on-site merchandising; economic foundations; promotion; safety and security; and human relations.

    5 - 15 Credits, Grade 12 (Full Year)
    This full-year course will provide valuable information, explore ideas, and develop skills and competencies to succeed in the world of work. Students gain hands-on experience through a work-study externship. Simulations, projects and teamwork activities provide many opportunities for learning. Class discussions will revolve around work experiences and marketing experiences.