International Banking & Finance schools




Possible entry level jobs in a Finance career include: credit billing and posting clerks, accounting/auditing clerks, customer service representatives, tellers, and brokerage clerks. Students choosing to further their education might become bank branch managers, auditors, etc. This program curriculum leads to a concentration in Finance, stressing understanding and demonstration of the following elements of the financial industry: planning; management; accounting; economics; technical and production skills; underlying principles of technology; community issues and health, safety, and environmental issues; risk management liability; and health, life, and disability insurance.





Students explore cultural and political differences that affect organizational operations and decision making. They then learn about international trade investment and international finance, including an examination of the role of the International Monetary Fund.





CTE Students with Special Needs
Grades 6-12


Curriculum Standards

Career Education for Students with Disabilities (Repeatable for multiple credit)