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Accounting I
Accounting I

Open to 9-12
1 Trimester Period
1 Credit
Prerequisite: None

Accounting is an essential aspect of every business institution and organization. Any student interested in any aspect of business and/or planning to study business courses in college (accounting, business administration, economics, finance, management, or marketing) will need a strong background in accounting. This course introduces the basic accounting procedures used to operate a service business organized as a proprietorship. It covers the complete accounting cycle in a simplified manner through a combination journal. Topics include the analysis of business transactions, recording transactions in a journal, and preparing financial reports. Students should follow up Accounting I with Accounting II.

THIS COURSE IS ARTICULATED! SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION ENABLES STUDENTS TO RECEIVE COLLEGE CREDIT FROM PARTICIPATING TECHNICAL AND COMMUNITY COLLEGES IN THE STATE. SEE INSTRUCTOR FOR DETAILS.

 
 
Accounting II
Accounting II

Open to 9-12
1 Trimester Period
1 Credit
Prerequisite: Accounting I

This course is a continuation of Accounting I, elaborating on the accounting cycle for a merchandising business organized as a corporation. Topics include special journals, accounts receivable, accounts payable, sales, purchases, allowances, discounts, payroll, depreciation, uncollectible accounts, plant assets, depreciation, merchandise inventory, notes, interest, accrued revenue and expenses, and end-of-fiscal-period work for a corporation.

THIS COURSE IS ARTICULATED! SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION ENABLES STUDENTS TO RECEIVE COLLEGE CREDIT FROM PARTICIPATING TECHNICAL AND COMMUNITY COLLEGES IN THE STATE. SEE INSTRUCTOR FOR DETAILS.

 
 
Dollars and Sense
Dollars and Sense

Open to 9-12
1 Trimester Period
1 Credit
Prerequisite: None

This course will teach you how to handle your day to day finances. Become a better manager of your money by learning more about banking services, maintaining a realistic budget, purchasing a vehicle, completing income taxes, and deciding whether or not to purchase a house.

 
 
Entertainment Marketing
Entertainment Marketing

Open to 9-12
1 Trimester Period
1 Credit
Prerequisite: None

This course explores how entertainment and sports marketing transformed into a billion-dollar industry that is exported to all countries of the world. Students will research how the media attempts to influence young viewers; evaluate nonverbal communication in relation to marketing strategies; compare advertising techniques from various entertainment outlets; and decipher the societal impact of the music, sports, and entertainment industries. Field trips are possible.

THIS COURSE IS ARTICULATED! SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION ENABLES STUDENTS TO RECEIVE COLLEGE CREDIT FROM PARTICIPATING TECHNICAL AND COMMUNITY COLLEGES IN THE STATE. SEE INSTRUCTOR FOR DETAILS.

 
 
Starting Your Own Business
Starting Your Own Business

Open to 9-12
1 Trimester Period
1 Credit
Prerequisite: None

The objective of this course is to help the student explore the possibility of starting their own small business. The course would define the academic skills, management concepts and practices, and personal traits necessary to begin a small business. The course will stress initiative, creativity, problem-solving skills, and the need for ongoing education to adapt to global changes, which would be beneficial for any student.

THIS COURSE IS ARTICULATED! SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION ENABLES STUDENTS TO RECEIVE COLLEGE CREDIT FROM PARTICIPATING TECHNICAL AND COMMUNITY COLLEGES IN THE STATE. SEE INSTRUCTOR FOR DETAILS.

 
 
Personal Law
Personal Law

Open to 9-12
1 Trimester Period
1 Credit
Prerequisite: None

Personal Law is a brief introduction to Minnesota's legal system with an emphasis on personal law questions concerning juvenile, parent and child, marriage and dissolution, consumer law, and landlord/tenant responsibilities.

 
 
Trends in Business and Management
Trends in Business and Management

Open to 9-12
1 Trimester Period
1 Credit
Prerequisite: None

The world certainly has changed since the dinosaurs roamed the earth. Imagine how it will look ten, fifty, one hundred years from now! This course will examine this transformation from a business management point of view. Societal issues to be studied include: ethics in the business world, business scandals, and growing corporate empires in the videogame and fashion industry. Classroom participation and field trips are a mandatory part of this course.

THIS COURSE IS ARTICULATED! SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION ENABLES STUDENTS TO RECEIVE COLLEGE CREDIT FROM PARTICIPATING TECHNICAL AND COMMUNITY COLLEGES IN THE STATE. SEE INSTRUCTOR FOR DETAILS.

 
 
Work Experience
Work Experience

Open to 12
1-3 Trimester Period(s)
1-3 Credit(s)
Prerequisite: Steady Employment

This program is open to eligible seniors who desire developing occupational proficiency through community job experiences. An on-the-job training agreement is agreed upon between the school and the employer. Students must be employed an average of ten hours per week. The classroom seminar meets twice a week and students are released early to go to work. Topics covered include: career planning, job seeking and keeping skills, job satisfaction, job-related communication skills, and managing your income.

 


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