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Accounting (Sem 1) BU301
Hybrid Course
No prerequisite. Open to all students
Accounting is a skill level course that is of value to all students pursuing a background in business, marketing, and management. Students will be acquainted with the fundamental principles and terms of accounting and given the opportunity to apply these principles by solving problems and practice sets, both manually and with the aid of the computer. Students will be given the opportunity to complete multiple real-world simulations throughout the year. The class also provides many opportunities for students to learn about the world of business and our economic system. This course is offered on an alternating year schedule.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 10-12
COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take BU302 - Accounting (Sem 2)
Accounting (Sem 2) BU302
Hybrid Course
No prerequisite. Open to all students.
Accounting is a skill level course that is of value to all students pursuing a background in business, marketing, and management. Students will be acquainted with the fundamental principles and terms of accounting and given the opportunity to apply these principles by solving problems and practice sets, both manually and with the aid of the computer. Students will be given the opportunity to complete multiple real-world simulations throughout the year. The class also provides many opportunities for students to learn about the world of business and our economic system. This course is offered on an alternating year schedule.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 10-12
COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take BU301 - Accounting (Sem 1)
Consumer Economics BU205
Prerequisite: None
Open to Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors
This one-semester course is required in order to meet the consumer economics state requirement for graduation. It is directed from a personal finance viewpoint. Areas of emphasis include decision-making, investing, money management, banking and bank services, credit, taxes, insurance, buying an automobile, and obtaining a career. Students will engage in projects using the Internet.
COURSE NOTE: Fulfills State Consumer Education Requirement
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 10-12
Introduction to Business BU112
prerequisite: None. Open to all students.
This one semester course will help students develop a personal understanding of the business economy in which we live and work. Several areas of business including accounting, marketing, management, entrepreneurship, economics, technology, ethics and international business will be studied. Other instructional topics include investing, insurance, credit, and taxes. This course will also provide students the opportunity to create, run and operate their own business through class projects and computerized activities.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 10-12
Marketing (Sports & Entertainment) (Sem 1) BU206
In this Year Long course we will explore the exciting world of marketing and advertising through the sports and entertainment spectrum. This course will teach students the ways different companies and products are priced, placed and promoted. We will look at types of promotions, conduct market research through identifying target markets and discuss how to reach that market. We will also teach the types of business ownerships as well as the business plan including the marketing and financial plan. This class will use real world examples specifically from the world of sports and entertainment.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 10-12