• Course Numbers

    45026041* Introduction to Business Principles and Applications A

    45026042** Introduction to Business Principles and Applications B (Course is under revision and is not currently available.)

    45003341 Business Industrial Mathematics A

    45003342 Business Industrial Mathematics B

    45026641/45026642 Business Law A & B

    45015941 Digital Literacy A (MSOffice required)

    45015942 Digital Literacy B (MSOffice required)

    45015943 Digital Literacy (full-year credit)

    45311041 Career Choices A

    45311042 Career Choices B

    45214441 Pathways Careers

    Course numbers ending in 1 are first semester courses.

    **Course numbers ending in 2 are second semester courses.


  • Introduction to Business Principles and Applications A (45026041)
    Business Principles and Applications: This course establishes basic foundations for further study in business and marketing courses and provides essential information for making financial and economic decisions. Students learn about the fundamentals of the American free enterprise system and world economics, application of sound money management for personal and family finances, risk and insurance, and the importance of international trade.
  • Introduction to Business Principles and Applications B (45026042) (Not available at this time)
    Business Principles and Applications: This course establishes basic foundations for further study in business and marketing courses and provides essential information for making financial and economic decisions. Students learn about the fundamentals of the American free enterprise system and world economics, application of sound money management for personal and family finances, and risk and insurance.
  • Business Industrial Mathematics A (45003341)
    Mathematics for Business and Industry: This course enables the student to explore mathematical content for personal, business, and industrial use. Math concepts and skills are applied through study and problem-solving activities in real-world situations in the following areas: banking, measurement, borrowing and investing, consumer purchases, and financial management. Appropriate business forms are used in each unit.
  • Business Industrial Mathematics B (45003342)
    Mathematics for Business and Industry: This course enables the student to explore mathematical content for personal, business, and industrial use. Math concepts and skills are applied through study and problem-solving activities in real-world situations in the following areas: banking, measurement, borrowing and investing, consumer purchases, and financial management. Appropriate business forms are used in each unit.
  • Business Law A (45026641)/Business Law B (Currrently Unavailable)(45026642)
    This course develops an understanding of legal rights and responsibilities in personal law and business law with content applied to everyday roles as consumers, citizens, and workers. The student will have an understanding of the American legal system, courts/court procedures, criminal justice system, torts, the civil justice system, oral and written contracts, sales contracts and warranties, and consumer protection. Legal terminology is emphasized.
  • Digital Literacy A (45015941)

    Students will use a computer and application software including word processing, presentation, database, spreadsheets, internet, and email to prepare elementary documents and reports. The impact of computers on society and ethical issues are presented.

  • Digital Literacy B (45015942)

    Students will use a computer and application software including word processing, presentation, database, spreadsheets, internet, and email to prepare elementary documents and reports. The impact of computers on society and ethical issues are presented.

  • Digital Literacy (full-year credit) (45015943)

    Students will use a computer and application software including word processing, presentation, database, spreadsheets, internet, and email to prepare elementary documents and reports. The impact of computers on society and ethical issues are presented.

  • Career Choices A (45311041)

    Career Choices A introduces the student to basic core skills which extend and apply the student’s knowledge while learning steps to further their education and choose a career.  The course introduces the student to pre-job skills such as resume writing, interviewing skills, job applications, and implementing skills to keep their job once it has been obtained.

  • Career Choices B (45311042)

    Career Choices B provides the skills that are needed to become an effective leader.  The course reviews personal, interpersonal, leadership, and learning skills, as well as ethics and leadership.   

  • Pathways Careers (45214441)

    Pathways Careers introduces career decision making, searching for a job, and using proper work skills.  The career decision making section includes self-assessment, job information, and career decisions.  The searching for a job section overviews finding a job, job search documents, and interviewing skills.  Finally, expectations of employer, job performance, and interpersonal skills are reviewed in the work skills section.