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  • 1. Business/Marketing Education Thomasville High School Tammy Brasell Livia Coleman Kay Larrimore
  • 2. What is Business/Marketing Education? The objective of Thomasville High School’s Business/Marketing Education program is to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary for success in the business/marketing field. As students gain knowledge, they develop skills necessary for success and build a strong foundation that enables them to become productive workers and citizens. The Business/Marketing Education program is designed for students that have an interest in business and marketing fields. The curriculum is structured to mirror the diversity within the business and marketing industry and to provide instruction in the required principles, concepts, attitudes, and skills for advanced study or employment. Students will experience challenging activities and acquire critical-thinking skills as they apply problem-solving models.
  • 3. Courses offered:  ACCOUNTING I  BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY ESSENTIALS  ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND MANAGEMENT  INTEGRATED COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY  INTERACTIVE MULTIMEDIA DESIGN  LAW IN SOCIETY/PERSONAL FINANCE  MARKETING DYNAMICS
  • 4. ACCOUNTING I  Accounting I is a one-credit course designed to help students understand the basic principles of the accounting cycle. Emphasis is placed on analyzing and recording business transactions; preparing and interpreting financial statements, accounting systems, banking, and payroll activities; identifying basic types of business ownership; and participating in an orientation to careers in accounting.  Grades 10-12  Course Fee: $20  Prerequisite: Algebra 1A recommended
  • 5. BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY ESSENTIALS  Business Technology Essentials is a one-credit course designed to help students master basic skills in the areas of word processing, database management, spreadsheet, presentation, Internet, and E-mail. Students are also offered opportunities to identify ethical issues pertaining to information systems and to gather information about careers in technology.  Grades 9-12  Course Fee: $20  Prerequisite: None
  • 6. Entrepreneurship  Entrepreneurship and Management is a one credit specialized business course designed to provide students with the skills needed to effectively organize, develop, create, and manage a business. This course includes business management and entrepreneurship; communication and interpersonal skills; economics; and professional development foundations  Grades 10-12  Course Fee: $20  Prerequisite: None
  • 7. INTEGRATED COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY  Integrated Computer Technology is a one-credit course that provides students with project-based applications using word processing, spreadsheets, databases, presentations, and the Internet. A major emphasis is placed on guiding students through real-world experiences to ease the school-to-career transition.  Grades 10-12  Course Fee: $20  Prerequisite: Business Technology Essentials
  • 8. INTERACTIVE MULTIMEDIA DESIGN  Interactive Multimedia Design is a one-credit course designed to provide students with skills involving presentations, desktop publishing, web publishing, and digital graphics. Students use various hardware peripherals as well as the Internet for integrating skills to create a variety of publications.  Grades 10-12  Course Fee: $20  Prerequisite: Business Technology Essentials
  • 9. Law in Society/ Personal Finance  Law in Society is a one-half credit course designed to acquaint students with the basic legal principles common to business and personal activities. Topics include personal concepts to assist students when evaluating contracts, maximizing purchasing power through credit, purchasing appropriate insurance, and renting or owning real estate.  Personal Finance, a one-half credit course, is designed to provide students with opportunities to develop skills for solving real-world problems. The Personal Finance curriculum focuses on areas of study that address personal financial planning, financial services, budgeting, investments, insurance protection, credit management, consumer purchases, and consumer rights and responsibilities.  Grades 10-12  Course Fee: $20  Prerequisite: None
  • 10. Marketing Dynamics  Marketing Dynamics is a one-credit course that provides students with an advanced study of Marketing. This course focuses on basic marketing concepts, marketing functions, entrepreneurship concepts, national and global economies, international marketing, and human relations. A major emphasis is placed on guiding students to make decisions regarding a specialized marketing career and to develop and finalize a career portfolio.  Grades 10-12  Course Fee: $20  Prerequisite: BTE
  • 11. Club Association  Future Business Leaders of America – Enrolled in a Business/Marketing Education Class – Membership Fee $10.00 – Future Business Leaders of America–Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL) is a co-curricular component of the Business/Marketing program. This student organization enhances classroom instruction, develops leadership skills, and provides opportunities for professional growth and service. FBLA dues are paid only one time per year, not per class.
  • 12. Come Join the Fun !!

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