Business 10

This is an introductory course that allows students to identify basic management and marketing concepts. Students will develop a marketing plan for a particular product and identify various retail merchandising strategies. Students are then introduced to accounting terminology unique to financial accounting. They will become familiar with basic financial statements, generally accepted accounting principles, and how to prepare for the process of starting up a business. In the last module students will investigate the concept of e-commerce and design an e-commerce website to sell products/services.

Business 20

Business 20 is an intermediate level course that allows students to demonstrate basic managerial skills by teaching students t o become business owners and operators. This course helps students see themselves as agents of change, encouraging them to develop skills as innovators and leaders. Students will identify business opportunities, develop a business plan, and create and im plement a business in the school community. Students will also explore an introduction into the world of accounting by studying the basic accounting procedures necessary to start a business. No pre - requisite is required

Business 30

Business 30 is an advanced course in which students will identify and describe organizational structures, management theories and organizations as working units. Students also explain their beliefs of what successful 16 | Page organizations might look like in t he future. Students will learn and demonstrate techniques for successful selling and be introduced to broadcast communication channels, delivery strategies and advertising media that can be used to inform potential customers about product and services available in the marketplace. No pre - requisite is required

Business Management

Business 10

This is an introductory course that allows students to identify basic management and marketing concepts. Students will develop a marketing plan for a particular product and identify various retail merchandising strategies. Students are then introduced to accounting terminology unique to financial accounting. They will become familiar with basic financial statements, generally accepted accounting principles, and how to prepare for the process of starting up a business. In the last module students will investigate the concept of e-commerce and design an e-commerce website to sell products/services.

Business 20

Business 20 is an intermediate level course that allows students to demonstrate basic managerial skills by teaching students t o become business owners and operators. This course helps students see themselves as agents of change, encouraging them to develop skills as innovators and leaders. Students will identify business opportunities, develop a business plan, and create and im plement a business in the school community. Students will also explore an introduction into the world of accounting by studying the basic accounting procedures necessary to start a business. No pre - requisite is required

Business 30

Business 30 is an advanced course in which students will identify and describe organizational structures, management theories and organizations as working units. Students also explain their beliefs of what successful 16 | Page organizations might look like in t he future. Students will learn and demonstrate techniques for successful selling and be introduced to broadcast communication channels, delivery strategies and advertising media that can be used to inform potential customers about product and services available in the marketplace. No pre - requisite is required