Business Management and Administration
DIGITAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
This course is designed to provide a thorough introduction to various programs necessary for both student success and workplace readiness. Emphasis for this course is placed on developing fundamental computer skills. Students will focus on web page design and have the opportunity to earn an industry certification in WordPress. The intention is to prepare students for success, both personally and professionally in an information-based society.
ACCOUNTING APPLICATIONS 1 *
This course focuses on advanced employment skills, interview skills, and finance knowledge necessary to be successful in today’s workforce. The application of higher level office procedures, tasks, and communication skills will be promoted. The core concepts include entrepreneurship, recognizing and evaluating opportunities, planning for, starting and operating a business, marketing and sales, and financial management. After learning and mastering these concepts, students will be offered the opportunity to take the Entrepreneurship and Small Business (ESB) industry certification exam allowing the student to position themselves as a credible job candidate to employers.
ACCOUNTING APPLICATIONS 2 *
Prerequisites: Accounting Applications 1 This course explores and expands the competencies learned in Accounting Applications 1. This course is designed to build upon and continue the study of accounting principles. After learning and mastering the QuickBooks software, students will be offered the opportunity to take the Intuit QuickBooks Certified User (QBCU) industry certification exam allowing the student to once again, position themselves as a credible job candidate to employers.
College-bound students who are interested in a career in any business or business related occupation should plan to include courses from Business Management & Administration in their planned program of study. Three sequential Business Management & Administration courses with an average GPA of 3.5 will allow students to be recommended for the Gold Seal Scholarship.
* This course receives weighted honors credit