BUSINESS LAW

Grades 9, 10, 11, 12

.50 credit

Business Law is useful for all students, because all students eventually assume roles as citizens, workers, and consumers in society. Legal knowledge is applied in a fun and meaningful way through debate, guest speakers, Internet research and the mock trial process. Controversial issues and current legal events are highlighted within each unit. Students will discuss, evaluate, and role-play civil and criminal business and finance cases. This course introduces legal issues faced by businesses including legal rights and responsibilities, labor management, environmental issues, technology, copyright, international commerce, and cyber law. Topics include constitutional, statutory, case and administrative laws, laws for minors, civil and criminal law, court jurisdictions, and trial procedures. Students will discuss, evaluate, and role-play civil and criminal business and finance cases. This course is a must for anyone planning a career in business or law.

Learn essential skills for all business owners - accounting basics, payroll, preparing financial records and statements and tracking business checking accounts. Includes computerized accounting simulations.

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BUSINESS LAW

Grades 9, 10, 11, 12                                    .50 credit 

Business Law is useful for all students, because all students eventually assume roles as citizens, workers, and consumers in society. Legal knowledge is applied in a fun and meaningful way through debate, guest speakers, Internet research and the mock trial process. Controversial issues and current legal events are highlighted within each unit. Students will discuss, evaluate, and role-play civil and criminal business and finance cases. This course introduces legal issues faced by businesses including legal rights and responsibilities, labor management, environmental issues, technology, copyright, international commerce, and cyber law. Topics include constitutional, statutory, case and administrative laws, laws for minors, civil and criminal law, court jurisdictions, and trial procedures. Students will discuss, evaluate, and role-play civil and criminal business and finance cases. This course is a must for anyone planning a career in business or law. 

INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS

Grades 9, 10, 11, 12                              .50 credit 

This course introduces students to the world of business and sets a solid foundation for high school, college, and career. Students will be engaged in teamwork, presentations, computer-related activities, and current events while learning the following topics: economic resources and systems, operating a business, ethics and responsibilities, marketing, government regulations, and managing financial and technological resources. Students will discuss and apply business ethics and social responsibility necessary to become better-informed consumers, employees, and citizens. The Business Plan Unit helps students acquire sound values and acceptable attitudes regarding their personal lives and on-the-job success. The knowledge obtained in this class is practiced and reinforced throughout the course and is transferable to other courses as well as everyday life. 

Grades 10, 11, 12                                                        .50 credit

Prerequisite: Any business course

Small Business Management is designed for students who dream of owning their own business or those who are curious about how an idea can become profitable. Learn about how business decisions are made, what makes a good business plan, how to get financing for your project, and how to be competitive using customer service skills. Simulations, role-playing, and other hands on activities will take you through the real nuts and bolts of how a business starts and grows. Emphasis is placed on creativity in business as you use skills gained in your previous business classes. 

Grades 9, 10, 11, 12                                           .50 credit

SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT MARKETING

Sports & entertainment sales and marketing professionals work with sporting organizations, entertainment complexes and the non-profit sector. This course will provide a foundation that covers industries such as advertising, travel and tourism, retail and merchandising, sports and entertainment, Internet and social media marketing. Students apply their knowledge and gain practical experience completing a major workplace project such as a sponsorship event, market research project, social media plan, game-night activities, community event, golf tournament or sports information seminar . What makes this class interesting are hands-on activities related to sports marketing, event management, theme parks, push advertising, social media, public relations, and product endorsement. Students should take this course if they are interested in the following career opportunities: sales and marketing manager, account representative, sponsorship coordinator, marketing executive, game day coordinator, sponsorship salesperson, licensing brand manager, community events coordinator or social media coordinator.