Students who choose a career in Accounting Applications focus on understanding and demonstration of academic standards and relevant technical skills needed to prepare for further education and careers such as an Information Technology Assistant, Accounting Clerk, and Accounting Assistant. The instructional content of this program includes but is not limited to double-entry accounting principles; recording business transactions; preparation of payroll records, tax forms and financial statements; and the application of accounting principles to various entities.
Administrative Office Specialist
Students who choose a career as an Administrative Office Specialist use problem-solving and administrative skills utilizing computer applications to provide various office support services. The program curriculum content includes but is not limited to the use of technology for business communications, the production of quality work in an efficient manner using advanced features of business software; and the production of high quality employment portfolios.
Business Management and Analysis
This program offers a sequence of courses that provides coherent and rigorous content aligned with challenging academic standards and relevant technical knowledge and skills needed to prepare for further education and careers in the Business, Management, and Administration career cluster; provides technical skill proficiency, and includes competency-based applied learning that contributes to the academic knowledge, higher-order reasoning and problem-solving skills, work attitudes, general employability skills, technical skills, and occupation-specific skills, and knowledge of all aspects of the Business, Management, and Administration career cluster.
The content includes but is not limited to communication skills, forms of business ownership and organizational structures, supervisory/management functions and skills, accounting concepts and practices, business law concepts, leadership skills, business ethics, governmental regulations, human resources and management issues, financial and data analysis, database development and queries, and career development.
Customer Assistance Technology
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Students who choose a career in Customer Assistance Technology focus on communication and technology skills necessary for positions in customer care service. This curriculum content includes but is not limited to the development of interpersonal, communications, conflict resolution, leadership, decision making, problem solving, supervisory, and employability skills; diversity awareness; telephone techniques; and technical applications in the customer care environment.
Electronic Business Enterprise
Students who choose a career in Electronic Business Enterprise use the combination of skills achieved from a business and marketing education with the technology and principles of electronic retailing. The program curriculum content includes but is not limited to planning and development, retail and Internet marketing, ethics, laws and regulations, web design, entrepreneurship, and systems and design of e-commerce enterprises.
Students who choose a career in International Business enter the business world with comparative perspectives on relevant global trade issues; examine the global economy including the emerging patterns of financial, trade, and human capital flows and their effect on national economies; and the effect of globalization on state capacity. The program curriculum content includes but is not limited to the study of business management, human relations, entrepreneurship, cross-cultural communications, leadership, marketing, legal agreements, trade relations, banking and finance, and international economics.
Legal Administrative Specialist
Students choosing a career as a Legal Administrative Specialist learn legal terminology, perform office procedures specific to the legal environment, transcribe legal documents, produce quality work using advanced features of business software applications, and emerge prepared for entry level positions. The content includes but is not limited to the use of technology to develop communications skills, the performance of office procedures specific to the legal environment; legal terminology; transcription of legal documents from machine dictation; and the production of quality work in an efficient manner using advanced features of business software applications.
Medical Administrative Specialist
Students choosing a career as a Medical Administrative Specialist focus on the acquisition of medical secretarial/clerical skills and the ability to deal with industry specific issues. The content includes but is not limited to the use of technology to develop communication skills, medical terminology; the performance of office procedures specific to the medical environment; transcription of medical documents from machine dictation; and the production of quality work in an efficient manner using advanced features of business software applications.
Students choosing a career in Promotional Enterprise have achieved specialized technical skills applied to the digital imprinted merchandise industry, needed to prepare for further education and careers such as an Information Technology Assistant, Custom Promotional Design Manager, First Line Production Supervisor, Business Manager, or Owner. This program curriculum provides practical experiences of digital layout and design, production of embroidered apparel, direct to garment printing, sublimation, specialty items and signs-making.
CTE Students with Special Needs