COURSE TITLE YEAR PREREQUISITES CREDIT
BUSINESS FOUNDATIONS (BU 100) 9,10 NONE 1
This course is designed to acquaint the student with the American business system as a part of our total economic environment. Topics studied are career exploration, business communications, technology, entrepreneurship, marketing and management. Business etiquette and ethics will be introduced. A Biblical Christian worldview perspective will permeate through every topic and discussion.
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (BU 150) 9,10,11,12 NONE 1
This course will offer the student an opportunity to develop increased skill levels in keyboarding speed and accuracy. Learning will continue in the areas of proofreading, composition, and the formatting of various business and personal documents. The course is applicable to students both for personal and vocational use. Students use Micro Soft Office software (Word, Access, Power Point, etc). A major project encompassing all aspects of Office 2000 is the culminating activity.
WEB DESIGN (BU 200) 10,11,12 NONE 1
Students will spend the semester learning the basic elements of web design in order to create, enhance, and manage a web site. Students will be required to complete projects like designing web graphics, taking and using digital photography, scanning graphics, and text composition. Increased knowledge of internet usage and terminology while becoming proficient in the design of a web page using Macromedia's Dreamweaver Adobe CS5 will be the focus of this course.
PERSONAL FINANCE (BU 300) 11,12 NONE 1
Through the study of major units including budgeting, use of credit, investments, and insurance, students will learn strategies to become responsible consumers, producers, and economic citizens. A variety of instructional methods will be utilized i.e. lectures, simulations, role playing, guest speakers, etc. A Biblical Christian worldview perspective will permeate through every topic and discussion.
ECONOMICS (SS425) 11,12 ELECTIVE 1
See description under Social Studies (cross listed course)