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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
Business
Marketing 2: Sales and Social Media 05252
This course satisfies ½ credit of the math-related graduation requirement--during senior year only. This one-semester course is designed to allow students who have successfully completed Marketing (5222) to continue their study of the industry in an upper level course. Major topics will include advanced sales techniques, Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tools, and how companies use web 2.0 applications such as social media and blogging as a promotional tool.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 10-12
Business Management
Business Management and Technology 05242
This course will begin with a unit presentation of the keyboard with emphasis on skill development in speed and accuracy. The course will continue exposing students to hands-on business applications using Microsoft Office 2007. It will cover applications such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint and learning the Internet for business purposes. The students will integrate all three applications to create documents, presentations, and spreadsheets in a “mock” business setting. Resumes, cover letters, interview skills, presentation skills, career search skills, and various introductory business topics will all be discussed in this semester long course. No Retake.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 9-12
Web Page Creation 1 05272
The student will learn software that is currently available to produce and publish web pages on the Internet. These programs will enable the student to create and manage web pages. The topics that will be covered include basic web concepts, terminology, web page design, file formats, e-commerce, web browsing techniques, introduction to site development, markup language development, XHTML coding, brief introduction to networking, TCP/IP suite, and introduction to Web 2.0. Students will also learn how different techniques learned in the class can be applied in a “mock” business setting. Students will have the opportunity to develop websites for business purposes. Students should have basic computer skills to take this course. Software that is utilized for this class includes the CS3 suite and other various programs. ***Average or higher GPA recommended. No Retake.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 9-12
Web Page Creation 2 05282
This course satisfies ½ credit of the math-related graduation requirement--during senior year only.
The student who has mastered Web Page Creation 1 and wants to learn advanced web page creation and project management techniques will learn about frames, databases, and web search engines, Internet services and tools, Internet security, IT project management, advanced XHTML coding, GUI HTML editors,
advanced web techniques, network security and IT career opportunities, internetworking servers, hardware and operating system maintenance. Students will also learn advanced website development techniques where they will be creating a website for a company and develop skills with web development, site architecture, project management, troubleshooting, and customer service. Students will learn how different techniques learned in the class can be applied in a business setting. Software that is utilized for this class includes the CS3 suite and other various programs. No Retake.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 9-12
Business Internship (Co-op) Semester 1 15024
The student receives up to 2.0 credits for work experience (at least 15 hours per week and 300 hours per semester). The student must be concurrently enrolled in Accounting 1, 2, 3, or AP or Web Page Creation 1 or 2. ***A student must make an application for this program through the Career/Technical Education Department, the Guidance Department, or with the Co-op coordinator. However, final admission to the program is dependent on the coordinator’s approval. Retake.
CREDIT: 1TYPE: RegularGRADE: 11-12
Business Internship (Co-op) Semester 2 25024
The student receives up to 2.0 credits for work experience (at least 15 hours per week and 300 hours per semester). The student must be concurrently enrolled in Accounting 1, 2, 3, or AP or Web Page Creation 1 or 2. ***A student must make an application for this program through the Career/Technical Education Department, the Guidance Department, or with the Co-op coordinator. However, final admission to the program is dependent on the coordinator’s approval. Retake.
CREDIT: 1TYPE: RegularGRADE: 11-12
Marketing
Marketing 05222
This course satisfies ½ credit of the math-related graduation requirement--during senior year only.
This course is a prerequisite for Marketing Lab (School Store). Students are introduced to basic marketing, principles of economics, sales, cash handling, management, promotion, human relations, and merchandising. See Marketing Co-op course description for possible co-op credit. No Retake.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 9-12
Fashion Merchandising 05172
This course satisfies ½ credit of the math-related graduation requirement--during senior year only.
This course will introduce students to careers available in the fashion industry, from design and manufacturing to sales. It will also present elements necessary for the proper marketing of fashion apparel. Project-based learning such as a student-run fashion show may be part of this class. See Marketing Co-op course description for possible co-op credit. No Retake.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 10-12
Honors Marketing - Semester 1 15223
The purpose of the course is to introduce students to the role of marketing in society and within a firm, understanding consumer and organizational markets, marketing strategy planning, the marketing mix, marketing institutions, and other selected topics such as international marketing, ethics, marketing research, services and not-for-profi t marketing. Students will gain a basic knowledge of the economic/demographic, social/cultural, political/legal, and technological trends that are important to marketing. The Honors Marketing course will prepare students for the Princples of Marketing examination (CLEP) which a student may choose to take upon completion. The results of the CLEP test may entitle the student to college waivers/credit, dependent upon the college. No Retake.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 10-12
Honors Marketing - Semester 2 25223
The purpose of the course is to introduce students to the role of marketing in society and within a firm, understanding consumer and organizational markets, marketing strategy planning, the marketing mix, marketing institutions, and other selected topics such as international marketing, ethics, marketing research, services and not-for-profi t marketing. Students will gain a basic knowledge of the economic/demographic, social/cultural, political/legal, and technological trends that are important to marketing. The Honors Marketing course will prepare students for the Princples of Marketing examination (CLEP) which a student may choose to take upon completion. The results of the CLEP test may entitle the student to college waivers/credit, dependent upon the college. No Retake.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 10-12
Marketing 2: Sales and Social Media 05252
This course satisfies ½ credit of the math-related graduation requirement--during senior year only. This one-semester course is designed to allow students who have successfully completed Marketing (5222) to continue their study of the industry in an upper level course. Major topics will include advanced sales techniques, Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tools, and how companies use web 2.0 applications such as social media and blogging as a promotional tool.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 10-12
Sports and Entertainment Marketing (Athens) 05182
This course is designed to teach students marketing and management concepts associated with the sports and entertainment industries. Students will learn techniques and practices used to make this a multibillion dollar per year industry. Strategies used by successful sports and entertainment marketing and management firms and businesses will be evaluated. Sports and Entertainment Marketing will prepare students for advanced studies in marketing/management and create an inside look at how and why the sports and entertainment industry operates. Much of this course’s work will be accomplished with student teams. Students’ teams will own their own professional sports franchise and participate in a Troy Athens Fantasy League. Students will research and make marketing and management decisions that will affect their individual teams (i.e., location of the franchise, team logos, team colors, team mascot, team nicknames, etc.). Other areas of sports and entertainment marketing and management that will be investigated will be the promotion of professional sports, NCAA non-revenue sports promotions, marketing history of professional sports drink sponsorship, and the movie/concert industry. No Retake.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 10-12
Marketing Internship (Co-op) - Semester 1 15214
This course is designed to place and train the student interested in a career in marketing such as sales, promotion, stock work, advertising and display. The student receives up to 2.0 credits for work experience and also should be enrolled in marketing classes for a full year (1 credit). ***A student must make application for this program through the Career/Technical Education Department or the Guidance Department. However, final admission to the program is dependent on the co-op coordinator’s approval. Retake.
CREDIT: 1TYPE: RegularGRADE: 11-12
Marketing Internship (Co-op) - Semester 2 25214
This course is designed to place and train the student interested in a career in marketing such as sales, promotion, stock work, advertising and display. The student receives up to 2.0 credits for work experience and also should be enrolled in marketing classes for a full year (1 credit). ***A student must make application for this program through the Career/Technical Education Department or the Guidance Department. However, final admission to the program is dependent on the co-op coordinator’s approval. Retake.
CREDIT: 1TYPE: RegularGRADE: 11-12
Marketing Lab (School Store) - Semester 1 15103
This course satisfies ½ credit per semester of the math-related graduation requirement--during senior year only.
Students apply what they have learned in the Marketing course to an actual retail operation. Students will gain actual on-the job training by managing and operating a school store that sells school-related articles such as clothing, supplies, and novelties. See Marketing Co-op course description for possible co-op credit. ***Prerequisite required and consent of instructor. No Retake.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 11-12
Marketing Lab (School Store) - Semester 2 25103
This course satisfies ½ credit per semester of the math-related graduation requirement--during senior year only.
Students apply what they have learned in the Marketing course to an actual retail operation. Students will gain actual on-the job training by managing and operating a school store that sells school-related articles such as clothing, supplies, and novelties. See Marketing Co-op course description for possible co-op credit. No Retake.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 11-12