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Business, Management and Administration

SC Career Cluster:

Business, Management, & Administration

Pathway:

General Management (CIP CODE: 520201)

Description:

Careers that encompass planning, organizing, directing and evaluating business functions essential to efficient and productive business operations.

COURSE 1

Google Applications; Integrated Business Applications 1; Marketing and/or Business Finance

COURSE 2

Fundamentals of Business, Finance, & Marketing; Social Media in Business and/or Business Law

COURSE 3

Accounting 1* required

COURSE 4

Entrepreneurship* required

Industry Certification:

Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS);  Microburst Soft Skills Certification; Quickbooks Certification

 

SC Career Cluster:

Business, Management, & Administration

Pathway:

Business Information Management (CIP CODE: 521206)

Description:

Learn to use applications & online resources that include how to design, market, and promote businesses and their products through various media.

COURSE 1

Google Applications; Fundamentals of Web Page Design and/or Fundamentals of Computing

COURSE 2

Digital Multimedia; Foundations of Animation; and/or Social Media in Business

COURSE 3

Digital Publication Design* required

COURSE 4

Image Editing 1* required

Industry Certification:

Adobe Photoshop

 

SC Career Cluster:

Business, Management, & Administration (IBCP)

Pathway:

IBCC:

Business Information Management (CIP CODE: 521206)

IBCP Business & Organization (SL)

Description:

Careers that encompass planning, organizing, directing and evaluating business functions essential to efficient and productive business operations.

COURSE 1

Google Applications

COURSE 2

Accounting 1* and IB Core Subject Course

COURSE 3

IBCP Personal & Professional Skills I and IBCP Business & Organization (SL)

COURSE 4

IBCP Personal & Professional Skills II and Entrepreneurship*

Industry Certification:

Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)

Business Information Management Pathway

 


Title: Digital Publication Design                                                                

Course Code:  517600CW

Unit: 1 unit

Description: This course brings together graphics and text to create professional level publications. Students create, format, illustrate, design, edit/revise, and print publications. Improved productivity of digitally produced newsletters, flyers, brochures, reports, advertising materials, and other publications is emphasized. Proofreading, document composition, and communication competencies are also included.

Schools: BHS; WBECHS

Prerequisites: None

 

Title: Image Editing                                                                                                            

Course Code:  534000CW

Unit: 1 unit

Description: This course provides the student with the knowledge and skills needed to utilize digital imaging software in editing and designing images and graphics. Students also learn the use of technologies related to digital imaging such as, basic computer operations, file sharing across networks, digital scanning, and digital photography and preparing documents for output to various types of media. Successful completion of this course will prepare the student to take industry certification test(s).

Schools: BHS; WBECHS

Prerequisites: None
 

 

Title: Digital Multimedia                                                                                              

Course Code: 503000CW

Unit: 1 unit   

Description: This course covers multimedia concepts and applications utilizing text, graphics, animation, sound, video, and various multimedia applications in the design, development, and creation of multimedia presentations and publications within an interactive environment. Students will create a digital portfolio and other independent projects.

Schools: BHS; WBECHS

Prerequisites: None

 

 

Title: Google Applications                                                                                               

Course Code: 500700CW

Unit: 1 unit

Description: This course is designed to introduce the student to the many applications that Google offers.  Students will be prepared for learning and working in the 21st Century through communication and collaboration tools.

Schools: All

Prerequisites: None

 

 

Title: Fundamentals of Web Page Design and Development
Course Code: 503100CW

Unit: 1 unit

Description: This course is designed to provide the student with the knowledge and skills needed for entry-level positions in Web publishing.  The students will use links and tools to navigate, interact, create, and communicate in cyberspace. Students will be expected to create multiple Web sites at increasing complexity using Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and existing HTML editors.  

Schools: All

Prerequisites: None

 

 

Title: Fundamentals of Business, Marketing, & Finance                                                   

Course Code:  509000CW

Unit: 1 unit

Description: This introductory course covers broad topics students will encounter when learning to start and operate a business as it relates to business, marketing tools, and financial resources.

Schools: All

Prerequisites: None

General Management Pathway
 

 

Title: Entrepreneurship                                                                                  

Course Code:  540000CW

Unit: 1 unit

Description: This course is designed to provide a general overview of the American Enterprise system with special emphasis being placed on small business ownership.  An important part of the course will be development of business and managerial leadership skills as they relate to the functions of planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling a small business.

Schools: All

Prerequisites: None

 

 

Title: Accounting 1                                                                                                              

Course Code:  500100CW

Unit: 1 unit

Description: This course introduces the student to the relationship between accounting and business through understanding of the accounting cycle as applied to several different kinds of business operations.  Use of the computer in simulated activities gives the student an opportunity to see the advantages of technology in accounting procedures.

Schools: All

Prerequisites: None

 

 

Title: Integrated Business Applications 1                                             

Course Code:  502000CW

Unit: 1 unit

Description: This course of study is designed to teach the student computer concepts as related to processing data into useful information needed in business situations by using database, spreadsheet, word processing, and presentation software.  Because the design of this course is to prepare students for Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification, the emphasis is on speed, accuracy, and production using proper keyboarding techniques.

Schools: All

Prerequisites: None

 

Title: Business Law                                                                                                               

Course Code: 504400CW

Unit: 1 unit

Description: This course is designed to provide the student with knowledge of the legal environment in which a consumer operates and the knowledge of legal principles. Students can participate in mock trials.

Schools: BCHS; HHIHS; MRHS

Prerequisites: None

 

 

Title: Social Media in Business                                                                         

Course Code:  503400CW

Unit: 1 unit

Description: This course introduces students to the tools and resources associated with various social media and networks used in a business environment to include marketing strategies.

Schools: BHS; MRHS

Prerequisites: None

 

 

Title: Marketing                                                                                                                 

Course Code:  542100CW

Unit: 1 unit

Description: This course introduces marketing concepts and examines the economic, marketing, and business fundamentals, in addition to the marketing functions of selling, promotion, and distribution. The standards listed are core standards and those standards reflect that the needs of the local business community. This is the basic course in the marketing curriculum and should be taken before the specialized courses

Schools: BHS; BLHS; HHIHS; MRHS

Prerequisites: None

 

 

 

Title: IB Business and Organization SL                                                        

Course Code:  381A00IW

Unit: 1 unit

Description: The aim of this course is to promote the importance of exploring business issues from different cultural perspectives. This course encourages a holistic view of the world of business. It will enable a student to develop the capacity to think critically about individual and organizational behavior, enhance a student’s ability to make informed business decisions, and appreciate the nature and significance of change in a local, regional and global context. Ultimately, this course will promote awareness of social, cultural and ethical factors in the actions of organization and individuals in those organizations leading to an appreciation of the social and ethical responsibilities associated with businesses operating in international markets.

Schools: HHIHS

Prerequisites: Part of IB course sequencing

 

 

Title: IB Personal & Professional Skills I Honors

Course Code: 379903HW

Unit: 1 unit

Description: This course is a core curricular component of the International Baccalaureate Career Programme (IBCP). Personal & Professional Skills I is as an introductory level course designed to teach and reinforce students’ life skills and to help them use those skills in a variety of contexts, from school, to personal lives, to the workplace. The skills that will be addressed include thinking, intercultural understanding, communication, and personal development. The dominant context for the skills in Approaches to Learning to be measured is the workplace with a focus on the specific area being studied in the career-related classes. This course not only develops skills, but also explores the attributes that are listed in the IB Learner Profile.

Schools: HHIHS

Prerequisites: See IB required guidelines

 

 

Title: IB Personal & Professional Skills 2 Honors

Course Code: 379922HW

Unit: 1 unit

Description: The Personal & Professional Skills II course aims further develop the skills of thinking, intercultural understanding, communication, and personal development. The dominant context for the skills in Approaches to Learning to be measured is the workplace with a focus on the specific area being studied in the career-related classes. This course not only develops skills, but also attitudes, meaning dispositions or attributes that further develop personal qualities and values as exemplified in the IB Learner Profile. Other attributes encouraged by the course include responsibility, perseverance, resilience, self-esteem and honesty.

Schools: HHIHS

Prerequisites: See IB Required Guidelines