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Business and Marketing

The members of the Business and Marketing Department try to maintain classroom standards that reflect those of industry. Curriculum is designed to reflect up-to-date methods and technology used in todays business world.

Business courses are not required to graduate from high school, but courses may be used to satisfy Career and Technology Education and elective course requirements. Students will find that business and marketing courses will provide them with experiences and skills that will help prepare them for the real world, employment, and post secondary education.

The Business and Marketing Department offers four programs in which a student may specialize. A student may receive a "Certificate of Competency" in addition to the regular high school diploma by completing all courses in any one of these four areas with an average GPA of 3.0 in each certificated area. The certificate is evidence of satisfactory achievement in an area of business training and gives a decided advantage to the holder when applying for employment.

Business Certificates of Competency
Each certificate requires 2.5 credits

Accounting
Accounting (2 semesters)

Business Law

DigiTools
Microsoft Office 1

Business Core

Accounting (1 semester)

Business Law

Business Projects

Financial Fitness

Intro to Marketing or Economics (1 semester)
Microsoft Office 1

Computer Applications

Desktop Publishing

DigiTools
Microsoft Office 1

Microsoft Office Expert
Microsoft Office Multimedia

Marketing Certificate of Competency, 3.5 credits, Core Courses
Introduction to Marketing
Advanced Marketing
Marketing Seminar
Choose one elective: Accounting, Microsoft Office 1

Course Descriptions: See Program of Studies

Co-Curricular Activities:  DECA, FBLA