This course will introduce the basic principles f accounting such as recording in journals, posting to ledgers, preparation of financial statements, and the process of closing books. Learning the vocabulary, understanding the fundamental accounting procedures are major aspects of the course. A learn by doing approach is stressed with lots of practical application.

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This course is a continuation of Accounting, but will go into greater detail including aspects of corporate accounting and computerized accounting. Computerized accounting methods will be taught, including some spreadsheet applications. Accounting II will review the basic principles and concepts learned in Accounting I. Students will then explore the differences in accounting for corporations. Again, a learn by doing approach is stressed with lots of practical application. Their knowledge with written accounting procedures will then be applied to accounting procedures with computer software.

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This course is a continuation of Accounting II, but will go into greater detail including aspects of corporate accounting and automated accounting. Computerized methods will be taught including spreadsheet applications.
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Business Law is a one-semester course that enables students to obtain a working knowledge of the fundamentals of law and ethics and how they are incorporated in the business world. A variety of Business topics will be covered including, but not limited to, the understanding of ethical business practices, the laws governing ethical business practices, and corporate responsibilities. An understanding of the operations of corporations, partnerships, limited liability corporations, and sole proprietorships will be gained. Anyone interesting in a career in the Business world would greatly benefit from this course.

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This course provides instruction on the business practices that everyone will experience in his / her personal life. The course will provide an understanding of business practices important to everyone as a consumer including technology, world trade, banking, investments, the role of the consumer, budgeting, credit, insurance, & career. Introduction to Business also serves as a background course for those who plan to enroll in business education courses.
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Marketing provides the student the opportunity to learn basic marketing principles, functions, and practices. Activities include marketing high school athletic and entertainment events, creating a marketing plan, and analysis of marketing strategies. The opportunity to market similar events in the private sector of the community may be available. Emphasis is place upon the functions and foundations of marketing, skills for marketing and career development. A large part of the course will include hands on learning through student development activities. Application of computer technology will be part of the instructional strategy. If college and a business or advertising major lie in your future, this is definitely a course for you.
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This course is designed to help students navigate through many of the financial institutions and problems associated with living on their own. Topics range from banks, savings & loans and credit unions to end-of-life expenses. Students will work financial problems one would encounter out in the "real" world.

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