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1 BUSINESS, MARKETING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY The Business Technology Department offers a wide range of classes to meet the needs of all students whether they are college-bound or planning to enter the work force upon graduation. The FHS Business Department designs courses with rigor and relevance. They provide students seamless transition to higher education business programs and provide measurable job skills imperative in the world of work. Recommended course sequences are linked to specific areas of interest. The following descriptions outline suggested courses in four distinct topics of study in the Business Technology Department: 1. Students interested in emphasizing General Business should consider courses in Information Communications and Technology, Principles of Marketing I, Principles of Management, Introduction to Accounting, Business Law and Ethics, and Entrepreneurship and New Ventures. 2. Students who wish to study Marketing may focus on Information Communications and Technology, Principles of Marketing I and II, Sports and Entertainment Marketing, Accounting I, and Principles of Management. 3. Students with an interest in Computer Technology can develop their skills in Information Communications and Technology, Web Design I and II, Introduction to Computer Science, Computer Programming, and AP Computer Science. 4. Students focused on Finance may want to pursue courses in Information Communications and Technology, Accounting I, Personal Finance Responsibility and Financial Services. Business Graduation Requirement Starting with the Class of 2019, students will be able to choose from the following menu of Business, Marketing and Information Technology courses to fulfill their business graduation requirement. Courses Grade Dual Credit Pathway Digital Applications and Responsibility 9, 10, 11, 12 Information Technology pathway and all Business pathways Introduction to Accounting 10, 11, 12 Business pathway with emphasis on accounting and finance Principles of Marketing I 10, 11, 12 Ivy Tech Business pathway with emphasis on marketing Computer Science I 10, 11, 12 Information Technology pathway Personal Financial Responsibility 11, 12 All pathways ACP Finance 11, 12 Indiana University All Business pathways Preparing for College & Careers/College Readiness Center 11, 12 Ivy Tech All pathways ACP Business Administration 11, 12 Indiana University All Business pathways

2 5394 PREPARING FOR COLLEGE AND CAREERS/COLLEGE READINESS CENTER: (11) The focus throughout the course is on critical thinking. This includes how to take in, question, and use information to solve problems, make good decisions, and plan and set goals, both in the long term and short term. These problem-solving skills are applied to practicing general study techniques such as active listening, note taking, test taking, memory techniques, and reading. The course will also review the 16 national career clusters. Students will gain an awareness of the type of occupational preparation or training needed for various occupations and careers. The course may also develop the student s employment skills, understanding of the economic process, and decision-making and planning skills. Throughout this course students will prepare for and take the Accuplacer assessment to measure college/career readiness. The goal for students is to be college ready without having to take remediation course work at the college level. In the second semester, students can earn dual credit, free of charge, for IVYT 120 through Ivy Tech. For the class of 2019 and beyond, this course meets the Business graduation requirement * INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS (9, 10) This course is designed to provide the necessary fundamentals to build students competencies in these areas: career selection, career research, personal financial planning, financial services, budgeting, investments, and insurance protection; credit selection and programs; consumer purchases, consumer rights and responsibilities, and consumer assistance and decision-making skills. Students will apply this knowledge as consumers, producers, entrepreneurs, and economic citizens. The application and importance of business etiquette and ethics will be introduced. Students will also learn how the market system and various institutions, which are part of that system, have an impact on consumer actions INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING (10, 11, 12) The course introduces the language of business using Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and procedures for proprietorships and partnerships using double-entry accounting. Emphasis is placed on accounting principles as they relate to both manual and automated financial systems. This course involves understanding, analyzing, and recording business transactions and preparing, analyzing, and interpreting financial reports as a basis for decision-making. For the class of 2019 and beyond, this course meets the Business graduation requirement * BUSINESS LAW AND ETHICS (11, 12) Business Law and Ethics provides an overview of the legal system in the business setting. Topics covered include: basics of the judicial system, contract, personal, employment and property law. Application of legal principles and ethical decision-making techniques are presented through problem-solving methods and situation analyses * PRINCIPLES OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (11, 12) Principles of Management is designed to give students insight regarding the characteristics, organization and operation of different types of businesses. Contemporary and ethical issues are introduced, as are factors that affect society. Students will study the environment of business, business ownership, production, finance, information systems, personnel, planning, government regulations, and taxation. Students are introduced to management issues in a variety of environments BUSINESS MATH (11, 12) Business Math is a business course designed to equip students with life application mathematics by developing and practicing essential skills. First semester will emphasize a solid understanding of core math operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and basic fractions) and how they apply in real-world situations. Second semester will focus on personal banking and financial budgeting (checkbooks, household budgets), math for public settings (i.e. percentages, estimation, rounding used in restaurants, grocery stores, personal purchases), and applying general math principals using realistic tools to provide the necessary foundation for students as they enter adulthood and prepare for employment. Requirement: Successful completion of Algebra * PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING I (10, 11, 12) Principles of Marketing I is a one-semester course, which will provide a basic introduction to the scope and importance of marketing in the global economy. Emphasis will be placed on oral and written communications, problem solving, and critical thinking skills as they relate to product/service planning, promotion, pricing, purchasing, marketing information management, and distribution. Students enrolled in Marketing I are strongly encouraged to also take Marketing II. For the class of 2019 and beyond, this course meets the Business graduation requirement * PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING II (10, 11, 12) Principles of Marketing II offers students an opportunity to take a second semester of marketing. This course builds upon the foundations of Principles of Marketing I and allows students to further their study of marketing and apply the previously learned concepts. Instructional strategies will include computertechnology applications, real and/or simulated occupational experiences, and projects in the marketing functions such as those available through co-curricular activities. Requirement: Principles of Marketing I. Recommendation: C average in Principles of Marketing I.

3 5984 * SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT MARKETING (11, 12) This course develops student understanding of the sport/event industries, their economic impact, and products; distribution systems and strategies; pricing considerations; product/service management, and promotion. Students acquire an understanding and appreciation for planning. Throughout the course, students are presented problem-solving situations for which they must apply academic and critical-thinking skills. Requirement: Principles of Marketing I * ## ADVANCED BUSINESS COLLEGE CREDIT/CITIDOE (11, 12) CITIDOE is an educational partnership between the Computer and Information Technology (CIT) Department at IUPUI and the Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) and its Business, Marketing, and Information Technology Education (BMIT) programs. Students have the opportunity to take college-level CIT courses online. The courses are taught by college professors. High school teachers facilitate and monitor student progress. Students who choose to take a college level course receive a 50% tuition discount. Students can take various courses dependent on their previous high school course work and career interests. Possible course are: CIT112 Information Technology Fundamentals, CIT123 Internet Skills, CIT214 Using a Database Management System, CIT213 Web Based analysis and Design, and CIT215 Web Programming. Requirement: Department Head Approval * ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND NEW VENTURES (10, 11, 12) This is a one semester course designed for students who would like to create their own business. This course will start from the premise of creating and owning your own enterprise. A premium will be placed on creativity, curiosity, independence, and initiative. The course stresses starting a business from scratch, problem solving and decision-making, formulating procedures and systems, and charting one's own course. Students will develop a written business plan for a business of their choice * PERSONAL FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (11, 12) This course is an introduction to the concepts of business and personal finance. It provides a complete framework for understanding the process of accumulating and protecting personal wealth, emphasizing the analysis of risk/return relationships as well as learning to understand investment alternatives and how strategies develop as life situations mature. For the class of 2019 and beyond, this course meets the Business graduation requirement * ## ADVANCED BUSINESS COLLEGE CREDIT/ACP BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (11, 12) (IU Principles of Business Management) This course gives students the opportunity to earn 3 hours of Indiana University college credit in X100 that are transferable to most other universities. This course introduces students to a wide range of management issues. The introduction prepares students for other business courses in college and may help students choose a career. Students will be exposed to business trends, business ownership, business management, management of human resources, marketing, and managing financial resources. Tuition will be determined by IU and will be communicated to students at the beginning of the semester. IU requirements for admission to this course: GPA 2.7 or higher on a 4.0 scale within a college preparatory curriculum. This course will require the purchase of a college-level textbook. In , the approximate cost of this book was $25(used) and $51(new). Additionally, if students choose to take the course for IU credit, the tuition cost will be $25/credit hour, for a total of $75. For the class of 2019 and beyond, this course meets the Business graduation requirement * ## ADVANCED BUSINESS COLLEGE CREDIT/ACP PERSONAL FINANCE (11, 12) - (IU Personal Finance) This course gives students the opportunity to earn 3 hours of Indiana University college credit in F260 that are transferable to most other universities. This course covers a wide range of financial topics including budgeting, financial planning, taxes, asset management, insurance, major purchasing decisions, consumer credit, and investment strategies. Tuition will be determined by IU and will be communicated to students at the beginning of the semester. IU requirements for admission to this course: GPA 2.7 or higher on a 4.0 scale within a college preparatory curriculum. This course will require the purchase of a college-level textbook. In , the approximate cost of this book was $60. Additionally, if students choose to take the course for IU credit, the tuition cost will be $25/credit hour, for a total of $75. For the class of 2019 and beyond, this course meets the Business graduation requirement * ## ADVANCED BUSINESS COLLEGE CREDIT/BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS - BALL STATE ISOM 135 (11-12) - This course provides an introduction to business information systems, emphasizing application of group problem-solving techniques. ISOM 135 presents the role played by information systems in a business and provides an introduction to information systems concepts showing how data, hardware, software, communications and databases support business problem-solving. The systems approach and information flow charts are used to integrate the understanding of all business functions. Microsoft Office is used to analyze and report on decision-making situations in management, marketing, finance, and information systems. ISOM 135 requires students to use common management tools such as spreadsheets and Access database to assist in the group and individual solution of various business problems. Tuition will be determined by Ball State and will be communicated to students at the beginning of the semester.

4 5974 WORK BASED LEARNING: MULTIPLE PATHWAYS RELATED INSTRUCTION (ICE) (11, 12) Workplace competencies and foundation skills such as orientation to a new job, interpersonal relations, communication skills, evaluations, self-management, decision-making, critical thinking, and responsibility are covered and related to real-world working situations. More information on the Co-op Program can be found at (1 period, 1 credit per semester) Requirement - Completion of an application and an interview 5974 WORK BASED LEARNING: MULTIPLE PATHWAYS ON-THE-JOB TRAINING (ICE) (11, 12) This course enables students to develop and refine occupational competencies needed to acquire and succeed in a job, adjust to the employment, and advance in an occupation of their choice. On-the-job instruction is supervised by the employer. They work closely with the teacher-coordinator in planning student learning experiences, which are compatible with student and employer goals. Students are to work a minimum of 3 hours per day and 15 hours per week. The student would be released from school for 2 periods per day. More information on the Co-op Program can be found at (2 periods, 2 credits per semester) Requirement - Completion of an application and interview

5 Informatics and Computing Courses 4803 * INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE (9, 10) This one semester course is designed for students with no previous programming experience who are good problem solvers and have acquired basic computer skills. This course will allow students to explore computer science and gain a broad understanding of the computer science field. Students will learn problem solving techniques and use them as they work on computer programming, gaming, mobile development, artificial intelligence, and robotics activities * DIGITAL APPLICATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITY (9, 10, 11, 12) The student will be introduced to the physical components and operation of computers. Technology is used to build students decision-making and problemsolving skills focusing on Word Processing/MS Word, spreadsheets/ms Excel, databases/ms Access and presentation software/ms PowerPoint. A unit on HTML and a unit on employment skills will also be included. (This class takes the place of Computer Applications.) Requirement: Keyboarding experience or Digital Citizenship and completion of or concurrent enrollment in Algebra I. Recommendation: C average in 7 th grade Keyboarding or Digital Citizenship. For the class of 2019 and beyond, this course meets the Business graduation requirement * WEB DESIGN I (10, 11, 12) In this course students will learn HTML/XHTML and current/emerging software programs. Areas of instruction include audience analysis, hierarchy layout and design techniques, software integration, and publishing. Instructional strategies include peer teaching, collaborative instruction, project-based learning activates and school community projects. Students enrolled in this course are highly encouraged to also enroll in Web Design II. Recommendation: C average in Digital Applications and Responsibility * WEB DESIGN II (10, 11, 12) This course will be a continuation of Web Design I. Students will learn advanced features of Dreamweaver. They will also be introduced to Flash and Fireworks. Students will plan and design a business web site that will include documents created in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Flash, and Fireworks. Requirement: Web Design I * COMPUTER SCIENCE I (10, 11, 12) This one year course will introduce the science of programming computers as well as the latest technologies involving computers. Topics include program flowcharting, pseudo coding, and hierarchy charts. This course also provides an opportunity to learn, plan, program, and debug applications using modern programming techniques and practicing good graphical user interface design. Students will be introduced to variables, decision statements, loops, structures, arrays, methods, classes, and Object Oriented Programming. Required: Geometry and Recommended C average in all math courses. For the class of 2019 and beyond, Computer Science I meets the Business graduation requirement ## AP COMPUTER SCIENCE A ADVANCED COMPUTER SCIENCE USING JAVA (11, 12) AP Computer Science is the development of computer programs to solve problems. This leads to other computer science topics including development and analysis of algorithms, development and use of data structures, and the study of standard algorithms and typical applications. In addition, an understanding of the basic hardware and software components of computer systems and the responsible use of these systems are integral parts of the course. Students will prepare to take the AP Computer Science test in May. Requirement: Algebra II and Computer Science I (Full Year). Recommendation: B average in Algebra II and Computer Science I (Full Year). This course will require an additional period for travel to HSE ## AP COMPUTER SCIENCE PRINCIPLES (11, 12) This course is designed to introduce students to the central ideas of computing and computer science, to instill ideas and practices of computational thinking, and to have students engage in activities that show how computing and computer science change the world. The course is rigorous and rich in computational content, includes computational and critical thinking and skills, and engages students in the creative aspects of the field. This course is designed for college bound students looking to gain more in depth computer knowledge to be used in any field of study. Requirement: Algebra II and Computer Science I (Full Year). Recommendation: B average in Algebra II and Computer Science I (Full Year). This course will require an additional period for travel to HSE * COMPUTER TECH SUPPORT CODE RED (10, 11, 12) Code Red is a semester or year long, hands on study of technology integration in an educational context. Students are required to assess problem sets and define the best approach to addressing or solving the problem. In addition to solving problems for students and teachers, students will be required to complete and maintain several running projects that address problems or solutions in educational technology t integration. The course also asks students to have a prior understanding of Mac OS, Microsoft Windows OS, ios, Chrome OS, or Android OS. Students may be required to attend a 1 day summer training to be eligible. Requirement: Digital Applications and Responsibility and Code Red Application.

6 5238 * ## ADVANCED CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION COLLEGE CREDIT (11, 12) Purdue University s College of Technology will begin offering Dual Credit classes at both Fishers and Hamilton Southeastern High Schools. Purdue Anderson will provide faculty to teach the course. Students should work with their Counseling Office to learn which semester this course will be offered. Students will be admitted to Purdue as Non Degree students through an application process specifically for dual credit students. Purdue Student Services Staff will be at the schools on designated days in the spring to assist students with that process. Cost for the class is $25.00 per credit hour plus books and materials or $0 per credit hour plus books and materials for students qualifying for free or reduced lunch. Students are required to take this course for college credit. CNIT Introduction To Systems Development- Credit Hours: This course introduces information systems development. Topics include types of information systems, system development, database management systems, and problem solving. Students will read/create UML, ERD, and data flow diagrams to model information system objects, data, processes, and logic. Labs emphasize modeling and SQL/QBE querying to prepare students for later systems, programming, and database classes. Given user requirements students will design, construct, and test a personal computer information system. PC literacy required.

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