Instructor: Wayne Goulet View Wayne Goulet's profile
Students prepare for a two- or four year college program in accounting, advertising, retailing, marketing, merchandising, or business management. Those who expect to immediately enter the business world prepare for entry-level jobs in banking, customer services, or retail operations. All students study accounting, computer applications, management, and marketing, while exploring future options through college and business visits. Students prepare a professional business plan for their own business, and may receive college credit upon completion of their accounting and/or computer applications work. Students also create, market, and operate classroom micro businesses, with profits directed to the program’s student activity and scholarship account. During the second semester, students may choose to participate in a work-study program or take a college course. Leadership opportunities and scholarships are available through the local, state, and national DECA organization.
7 Available Credits:
- 1 embedded Math credit.
- 1 English credit.
- 5 Program credits.
Who should consider enrolling in this program?
Students who have an interest in exploring careers in:
- Customer service