Accounting I helps students acquire the fundamentals of accounting, theory, terminology, and skills. The course includes the study of different journals, financial statements, ledgers, taxes, and accruals. It is expected that the student complete the workbook corresponding with each chapter. A workbook must be purchased from the school bookstore for this class.
Course # 12127/12137 1 credit
Business Law is a practical course which provides students with an understanding of the legal environment in which they live. Topics include civil and criminal procedure, the rights of individuals, contracts, credit, commercial paper, property, and business organizations.
Course # 13227/13237 1 credit
Students will explore career opportunities commensurate with their interests and abilities. This course offers opportunities to refine the application and interview process and also focuses on work ethics, job attitudes and responsibilities necessary for successful employment.
Course # 142272 1/2 credit
A “hands on” method of teaching how to organize a business, sell a product, bank etc. through a model student company. Topics will include how to manage a business, the importance of advertising, the stock market and trade.
Course # 13127/13137 1 credit
Students will learn about planning for their financial futures. Projects will include calculating net worth, planning monthly budgets, completing banking transactions, paying utility bills, performing credit transactions, making rent and mortgage payments, and reconciling monthly bank statements. A workbook must be purchased from the school bookstore for this class.
Course # 14127 1/2 credit