Business Technology

Accounting Technology
Level: Manager/Executive
Length: Quarter
Credit: .5

This course focuses on preparing students to understand the function of money in today’s technological society. Students will explore different accounting systems and financial practices that are used in the STEM field. Technology applications will be used to create and further analyze personal and corporate financial documents. It is highly recommended that any student who would like to pursue further education in the business field after high school to take this course.

Career Tech
Level: Associate
Length: Quarter
Credit: .5

This course will focus on the use of software (MS Office) and career and college preparation. Students will also be introduced to the content of each SciTech STEM concentration.

Innovative Business Technology
Level: Manager/Executive
Length: Quarter
Credit: .5

This course will provide students with the opportunity to further develop and showcase innovative ideas that they have generated in their SciTech concentrations. Students will learn the fundamentals of turning an idea into a real profitable opportunity through the use of technology. This course will provide students with the knowledge and experience of making connections between the classroom and the real-world. Students will also learn skills that will be beneficial for post-secondary success such as communications, ethics, social responsibility, finance and management.

Science of Economics and Personal Finance
Level: Manager/Executive
Length: Quarter
Credit: .5

This class is a crash course in economics.  Fundamentals from both AP Micro and AP Macroeconomics will be explored in the beginning of the class. Not only will students learn concepts but they will also be able to put them in to practice with this class. Topics include: Basic Economics, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, economic models, supply and demand, taxes, trade, international trade, personal finance, investing, and the stock market. All of these topics will be looked at through the backdrop of our current presidents domestic policy and economic plan for the United States.

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