Students review alphabetic, numeric, and symbolic information on a keyboard. Students apply keyboarding skills to produce a variety of personal and business documents.
This course allows students to apply problem-solving skills to real-life situations through database, spreadsheet, word processing, and presentation graphics software using the Microsoft Office Suite. (charting and integrated activities included)
This course allows students to study advanced integrated computer applications with word processing, spreadsheet, and database software using the Microsoft Office Suite.
Students explore the roles of business and marketing in the free enterprise system and the global economy. They study how the American economy operates and prepare to make decisions as consumers, wage earners and citizens.
Students learn how to navigate the financial decisions they must face and to make informed decisions related to career exploration, budgeting, banking, credit, insurance, spending, taxes, saving, investing, buying/leasing a vehicle, living independently, and inheritance. Development of financial literacy skills and an understanding of economic principles will provide the basis for responsible citizenship and career success.
This course allows students to learn the basic principles, concepts, and practices of the accounting cycle. Using a manual and an electronic system, the students learn fundamental accounting procedures.
Students continue to study the concepts and practices from the first Accounting course at a more advanced level. They learn accounting principles for departmentalized accounting, payroll, depreciation, inventory, accounting control systems, adjustments, and financial statements.