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1 BUSINESS Every person is involved in business as an entrepreneur, chief officer, employee or consumer. Business courses offer practical applications of concepts used in the business world. Students may choose from five areas of concentration: Accounting, MIS/Computer, Administrative, Business Management, and Business System Programming. 570 Practical Applications for Student Success (PASS)* (9, 10) Students will learn word processing, spreadsheet, and database applications. Independent living skills and financial management such as payroll and taxes, banking, budgeting, and owning and operating a vehicle will be presented. 539 Principles of Management (10, 11, 12) Students learn a variety of basic business concepts related to the business community including an introduction to economics, international business, business technology, business ownership and e-commerce. Students will work on projects that help reinforce the material discussed in the course. 540 Advanced Principles of Management (11, 12) This is a year course designed to enhance the Principles of Management course by examining the management responsibilities, financial, production, marketing and human resources management. While it includes traditional methods of study, it will involve a project that corresponds with the materials being presented. Prerequisite: Recommended C grade or better in Principles of Management 69

2 541 Sales/NFTE* (10, 11, 12) This is a half year course that discusses the exciting and ever-changing elements of marketing in our global society. Utilizing the sales market and how it affects our daily lives will be explored. Entrepreneurship is taken to the next level in this course by applying hands-on activities to encourage students to find and research numerous opportunities to prosperity. A business plan will be prepared and presented. This business plan must be completed in order to earn Senior Project Status. Internet projects, group activities and guest speakers will enhance the learning objectives in this course. 542 Professional Marketing/Management* (9, 10, 11, 12) Students will explore the dynamics of sports and entertainment marketing. Emphasis is placed on the following marketing functions as they apply to the industry: distribution, pricing, promotion, selling, marketing information management, financing, and product/service management. Recreation marketing is also discussed. Hands-on individual and group projects are a highlight of this course. 546 Applied Economics* (10, 11, 12) This is a semester course that explores the free enterprise system and the roles of producers and consumers. The course emphasizes supply/demand, production, international economies, as well as the principles and ethical standards that impact business decisions. 548 GAME:IT * (9, 10, 11, 12) A semester course that engages students with project-based learning. Very quickly the students will begin to build real working games. They learn the math and physics concepts used in game development, how the engineering cycle is used to design games, the components of a good game, color theory used in game design, how to create sprites and animation. Students will write and debug their own game. Students will work in teams to design and create their computer game. 70

3 551 Keyboarding* (9, 10, 11, 12) This is a one-semester course designed for students who desire to review or learn the touch method of typing and basic computer operation. Applications will include basic letters, roughdraft typing, envelopes, memos, reports, tables, a job processing application, and a keyboarding simulation. 556 Business Law I* (9, 10, 11, 12) Course content will cover an in-depth instruction on both Business and Personal Concepts of Law. Content covers internet privacy, security, ethics, domestic violence, contract law, drug use, computer crimes and torts. A Unit Plan on The United States Supreme Court Justices will be completed; students will research and create a research paper and power-point presentation on this topic. Class Debate, Interactive Group Projects, Internet projects, and Crime Case Analysis (DVDs) will reinforce the class concepts. The Venn diagram (comparing and contrasting legal issues and cases) will be utilized in class. Teamwork and group activities are focused on in this course. 557 Business and Personal Law II* (9, 10, 11, 12) This is a semester course that brings Business Law to the next level. We begin where the Business Lay course left off, and the students will receive in-depth instruction on both business and personal aspects of law. Students will continue their learning concerning legality, contract formation, contracting for sale of goods and consumer protection/product liabilities. Political issues affecting our society today will be discussed and debated. Interactive group projects, internet research/projects, and crime case analysis will be brought to the next level. A PowerPoint unit plan will be completed by each student. The plan s content will vary depending on current events (political/criminal/civil). Topic must be approved by teacher. Prerequisite: Business Law I 71

4 575 Microsoft Word for Certification* (10, 11, 12) This course will prepare students for the competencies necessary to successfully complete the on-line Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification Exam in Microsoft Word at the Proficient Level. Students will be able to create, edit, enhance, and print documents: work with AutoComplete, AutoCorrect, Spell Check and Thesaurus; work with margins, indents, alignments, tab stops and lists; work with clip art, columns, borders, shading, drawing graphics, and AutoShapes; work with page breaks, headers, footers, sections, and tables; work with templates, wizards, mail merge, envelopes and labels, hyperlinks and web pages; sort text, tables, and perform math calculations. 576 Microsoft Excel for Certification* (10, 11, 12) This course will prepare students for the competencies necessary to successfully complete the on-line Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification Exam in Microsoft Excel at the Proficient Level. Students will be able to create, modify and print workbooks; create formulas and functions; create charts and graphics; work with Excel lists (databases); work with multiple worksheets and workbooks, work with Excel s editing and Web tools; and create, modify and run macros. At the completion of the course, the student will be prepared to take the Microsoft examination for certification. The cost of the exam will be covered by the student. 583 Web Design (10, 11, 12) A full-year course which combines the skills of design and web development. The course centers on learning the fundamentals of good design as applied to professional project development as well as productivity tools such as Dreamweaver, Fireworks, and Flash. This course will be project-based in order to encourage the integration of a variety of skills. 72

5 585 PowerPoint Presentations* (9, 10, 11, 12) The focus for this semester course will be on the skills of creating and presenting interesting and well-designed presentations. Students will learn to use the Microsoft PowerPoint software program, including incorporation of multimedia from a variety of sources and the effective use of hyperlinks. Proper formatting and slide layout will be stressed. The final project can be counted as the senior graduation requirement for juniors or seniors Visual Basic I *+ (11, 12) Visual Basic is a programming language that allows students to create applications for the Windows operating system. Students will learn the basic programming skills of: Forms, Controls, Buttons, Menus, Looping Arrays, Decision-making, and Subroutines. Students will create programs that use simple mathematical calculations, option buttons and check boxes, frames, drop-down and list boxes, multiple forms and databases. - Weighted 1551 Visual Basic II*+ (11, 12) Using the beginning skills learned in Visual Basic I, students continue to advance concepts such as: Building Active X controls, Drag and Drop Events, Variable and Constants, Database Management and Reporting, Dialog Boxes, and Distributing Applications. Students will create programs that use control arrays, databases, images, reports and randomization. - Weighted Prerequisite: Successful completion of Visual Basic I ( C or better) 596 Introduction to Computer Programming* (10, 11, 12) This is a semester course to give students exposure to computer programming. Computer programming is a popular field for post secondary study, but most students do not have a basic understanding of the components for programming. This course will provide students with a clear introduction to different key programming languages including Visual Basic, C++, HTML and JAVA. Students will have the opportunity to learn various computer programming concepts and explore computer programming careers. Focus will be on the most important programming concepts including working with objects and event-driven programming. Students will be able to compare/contrast the various languages. 73

6 597 Business & Personal Finance* (9, 10, 11, 12) This is a semester course designed to develop competency in mathematics for consumer and business use. The students will improve basic math skills by covering concepts in a step-by-step manner and applying them to personal and business transactions. Checking and savings accounts, payroll computations, budgeting and loans/mortgages are stressed in this course. 591 Accounting (9, 10, 11, 12) This is a full-year course to prepare students to record the daily financial transactions of a business. Essential accounting skills will be learned such as analyzing, journalizing, posting, and preparing of financial documents needed to run a business. Students will master the entire accounting cycle for a proprietorship and a corporation. Manual and automated accounting skills will be utilized. Students will work independently and in teams on numerous problems and simulations. Updated computer software and group activities will be used to enhance learning in this course. 592 Advanced Accounting (11, 12) This is a full-year course for students to prepare and interpret business reports and financial statements. This course covers departmentalized accounting, voucher system, inventory planning and valuation, corporate and managerial accounting. Manual and automated skills will be utilized. Students will work independently and in groups on numerous problems and simulations. Students will prepare research papers on their career choice, accounting as a career, PICPA and college selections. Students will create a resume and search for a job and apply. A PowerPoint presentation (on a topic of the teacher s choice) will be created and presented to the class, for senior project status. Prerequisite: Recommended C grade or better in Accounting 74

7 998 Yearbook Publishing I (10, 11, 12) This is a full- year course which is a setup for students who want to use their creative side. This course implements and operates on a strict publishing deadline schedule to create the Connellsville Area High School Yearbook. Areas of focus include numerous creative writing assignments, interviewing and reporting skills; developing pages utilizing software Yearbook Avenue and Photoshop. Students will work independently and in teams to generate ideas and develop a well organized, creative and entertaining yearbook. Photography skills will be introduced. This course sometimes requires extra time outside of class due to class assignments. 999 Yearbook Publishing II (11, 12) This is a full-year course that continues the Yearbook I experience by developing advanced layout and design concepts utilizing the Yearbook Avenue software and Photoshop. This course also runs on a strict publishing deadline schedule. This course encourages leadership and excellent communication skills will be mastered. Students will master graphic techniques to include screens, tints, typography art illustrations and color. Role of Editor takes place at this level with more responsibility in production matters by DESIGNING templates and proofing pages. Students at this level master their writing, analytical and leadership skills. Students will focus on creative writing assignments, interviewing and reporting skills, for the yearbook pages and also for their portfolios. Photography skills are mandatory. This course sometimes requires extra time outside of class due to class assignments. Full Year: Everyday 1 Unit Prerequisite: Must pass Yearbook I with a minimum of 85% 75

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