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Accounting 1 05002
This course satisfies ½ credit of the math-related graduation requirement--during senior year only.
This is an exploratory accounting course providing students with the basic knowledge of the accounting cycle from business transactions to financial statements. The basic principles will be introduced using a service business owned by a sole proprietor. Students will put this knowledge to practical use by completing realistic simulations. Some computerized accounting may be introduced. No Retake.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 9-12
Accounting 2 05022
This course satisfies ½ credit of the math-related graduation requirement--during senior year only.
Accounting principles will be introduced that relate to a merchandising business organized as a partnership. Specialized journals and payroll will be introduced with computerized accounting emphasized throughout the semester. Computerized accounting simulations will be used extensively throughout the semester. No Retake.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 9-12
Business and Personal Law 1 05052
Students will study types of laws and legal systems, ethics in law, Constitutional law, the court system, and criminal law. The students will have the opportunity to meet the various law enforcement officials from the community thus developing a genuine respect for them. Also, the students may have the opportunity to visit a local court and jail. Another popular activity will be the in-class mock trial. No Retake.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 9-12
Business and Personal Law 2 05062
Students will study torts, negligence, strict liability, offer and acceptance, genuine agreement, fraud, consideration, minors and contracts, and marriage and divorce. The students will have the opportunity to meet various law enforcement officials from the community. Also, the students may have the opportunity to visit a local court and jail. Another popular activity will be the in-class mock trial. No Retake.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 9-12
Business and Personal Law 3 05292
Students will study employment law, consumer protection laws, corporate law, environmental law, and international law. The students will have the opportunity to meet various law enforcement officers from the community. Also, the students may have the opportunity to visit a local court and jail. Another popular activity will be the in-class mock trial. Note: Upon completion of Law 1, 2, and 3, the student will be eligible to take the CLEP exam for college credit. No Retake.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 9-12
Financial Management 05122
This course satisfies ½ credit of the math-related graduation requirement--during senior year only.
Students will study financial planning, goals, how the market works, investment choices, tracking stocks, bonds, mutual funds, investment fraud, credit, insurance, income taxes, and banking activities. The students will participate in a ten-week statewide stock market game. In addition, this class will utilize financial publications and may have guest speakers from the financial world. No Retake.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 9-12
Financial Math and Analysis 1 05152
This course satisfies ½ credit of the math-related graduation requirement--during senior year only.
This course requires students to solve mathematical problems in personal and workplace situations. There will be a basic math skills review at the beginning of the semester. The business and personal math topics that will be studied include: payroll records, calculating gross income, employee taxes and insurance deductions to calculated net income, record keeping for budgets, checking and savings accounts, loans, cash purchases, charge accounts and credit cards, purchasing and leasing vehicles, and housing costs. No Retake.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 9-12
Financial Math and Analysis 2 05162
This course satisfies ½ credit of the math-related graduation requirement--during senior year only.
This semester course requires students to solve mathematical problems in personal and workplace situations. This course will be a continuation of Financial Math and Analysis 1. The business and personal math topics that will be studied include health and life insurance; investments; personnel with employee benefits, worker compensation, and unemployment insurance; production and manufacturing with quality control; purchasing with trade discounts and chain discounts; sales with markup and net profit; marketing, warehousing and distribution; services such as building rentals, equipment rentals, and professional services; accounting and accounting records; and corporate planning. No Retake.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 9-12
Accounting 3 05032
This course satisfies ½ credit of the math-related graduation requirement--during senior year only.
Advanced accounting principles dealing with the corporate form of business will be presented. Bad debts, depreciation, notes and interest will be introduced. Computerized simulations will be emphasized extensively throughout the semester. The Accounting 3 course will prepare students for the Principles of Financial Accounting (CLEP) exam which a student may choose to take upon completion. The results of the CLEP exam may entitle the student to college waivers/credit, dependent upon the college. No Retake.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 10-12