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Course Name
# of credits – school – grade
Type of Credit
Prerequisite

Course Description

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C – Computer
E – Elective
ENG – English
HUM – Humanities
M – Mathematics
PE – Physical Education
SCI – Science
SS – Social Studies
DC – Dual Credit
TCC – Technical Competency Credit
NCAA – Core Course

Canyon Ridge High School

Twin Falls High School

Business Marketing

Strategies for Success

1 – TFHS – 9
E

A course of study which helps to orient students to the world of work and school. Ideally, this course is offered in the 9th grade as it addresses the needs of students to develop good work and study habits, helps students to prepare portfolios, learn about school resources, develop career plans, start preparing for college and develop solid interpersonal skills, with an emphasis on communication and building self-esteem. BPA (Business Professionals of America) DECA (Marketing CTSO), or FCCLA (Family, Community and Career Leaders of America) leadership activities are strongly tied to this course. BPA, DECA, or FCCLA activities should be integrated into the course.

Accounting I

2 – TFHS – 10/11/12
E – TCC (CSI)

Accounting I emphasizes accounting principles as they relate to the basic understanding and skills required in keeping manual and computerized financial records for a business. Emphasis is on providing basic skills for the Accounting profession and /or preparation for further study in Accounting. (Sophomore – Academy of Finance required course)

Accounting II

2 – TFHS – 11/12
E – DC (CSI: ACCT 201) – TCC (CSI)
B or higher in Accounting I

Accounting II reinforces and expands the basic principles and procedures learned in Accounting I and includes the study of partnerships, corporate and cost accounting systems. Computer interaction with all phases of accounting activities is an integral part of this course. This course serves as a CAPSTONE class.

Advertising I-IV

2 – TFHS – 9/10/11/12
C – TCC (CSI)
GPA 2.5 or C in English.

Marketing principles and strategies to promote products & services to satisfy consumers’ needs and wants. Focus is placed on identification and analysis of product benefits, features, strategies, promotion/display, store layout, and personal selling. Implementation of industry standard pagination and graphic design software is used to plan, design, & create business & promotional documents as students identify client & target audience needs to effectively communicate the desired message using typography, graphics & design concepts. Students have the opportunity to become Adobe Certified using Certiport Testing at no additional cost.

Beginning Microsoft Office

1 – TFHS – 10/11/12
C – TCC (CSI)

Students are introduced to word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation. The Microsoft Office 2016 Suite software is used to complete assignments with SAM online courseware. Students have the opportunity to become Microsoft Office Specialists using Certiport Testing at no additional cost. (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint)

Intermediate Microsoft Office

1 – CRHS/TFHS – 9(CRHS only)/10/11/12
C – DC (CSI: BUSA 215) – TCC (CSI)
Beginning Microsoft Office

This college level course is designed to explore the principles, terminologies, and skills associated with using Windows operating systems, word processing, spreadsheet, database, presentation & desktop publishing software functions and applications. The Microsoft Office 2016 Suite software is used to complete assignments with SAM online courseware. Students have the opportunity to become Microsoft Office Specialists using Certiport Testing at no additional cost. (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint).

Personal Finance

1 – TFHS – 11/12
E – DC (CSI: FINA 102)

This college level class is highly valuable to today’s graduate and is recommended for all students as it deals with financial planning & money management including budgeting, insurance, social security, personal income, taxes, banking & credit, investments, & stock market strategies. Students have the opportunity to earn a national financial literacy certificate. Fee if taking for Dual Credit.

Business Management/Entrepreneurship

2 – TFHS – 10/11/12
C

Part I: Skills for the business manager. Emphasis on decision-making, leadership, business ethics, & effectiveness. Part II: Focus on legal, financial, marketing, & managerial issues in creating a business plan. Plan is based upon the student’s interest. This course serves as a capstone class.

Marketing Ed Lab

1 or 2 – TFHS – 10/11/12
E
Previous or Concurrent Enrollment in Economics

This course provides students with the opportunity to work in the school store and experience the responsibilities of operating a store. This course serves as a Capstone Course.

Cooperative Education

1-4 – TFHS – 12
E – TCC (CSI)
Concurrent Enrollment in Marketing or Business

Co-op is the work experience segment of any business/marketing course. Students are employed in a business that provides paid on-the- job experience, related to the student’s area of study. This course serves as a capstone class. Fee if taking for Technical Competency Credit

Economics

1 – CRHS/TFHS – 12
E – NCAA

Course provides for an understanding of basic economic concepts and use of economic reasoning skills to analyze economic theory, the impact of economic systems and personal financial literacy.

Macroeconomics

1 – CRHS/TFHS – 12
E – DC (CSI: ECON 201) – NCAA
3.0 GPA or higher

The organization & operation of the American economy, supply & demand, money & banking, employment output, public finance, and economic growth.

Beginning Microsoft Office

1 – CRHS – 9/10/11/12
C
Beginning Microsoft Office

Students are introduced to word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation. The Microsoft Office 2016 Suite software is used to complete assignments with SAM online courseware. Students have the opportunity to become Microsoft Office Specialists using Certiport Testing at no additional cost (Word, Excel, Access, and Powerpoint).

Intermediate Microsoft Office

1 – CRHS 9/10/11/12
C

This college level course is designed to explore the principles, terminologies, and skills associated with using Windows operating systems, word processing, spreadsheet, database, presentation & desktop publishing software functions and applications. The Microsoft Office 2016 Suite software is used to complete assignments with SAM online courseware. Students have the opportunity to become Microsoft Office Specialists using Certiport Testing at no additional cost. (Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint). Prerequisites: Beginning Microsoft Office.

Introduction to Interactive Media

1 – CRHS – 9/10/11/12
C

A course designed to introduce students to interactive technologies. Topics include: designing, editing, and producing video, audio, and graphical elements using digitally generated or computer enhanced media.

Video Production

2 – CRHS – 10/11/12
C
Introduction to Interactive Media

A course designed to provide in-depth knowledge of audio-visual production equipment and processes. Students will be introduced to video editing skills and techniques for planning, designing and developing video. Skills to be obtained are file management, audio and video capturing, adding events to timelines, editing multiple video tracks, Transition, voice over production, and key framing. Students will create Broadcast News reports for CRHS. Time commitment outside of class may be necessary.

Personal Finance

1 – CRHS – 10/11/12
E

This class is highly valuable to today’s graduate and is recommended for all students as it deals with financial planning & money management including budgeting, insurance, social security, personal income, taxes, banking & credit, investments & stock market strategies.

Business Management

1 – CRHS – 10/11/12
E
Beginning or Intermediate Microsoft Office, Introduction to Interactive Media, or Personal Finance.

A course designed to introduce students to essential business and marketing competencies required for business operations. Units of instruction include general business and management principles, leadership, salesmanship, marketing, entrepreneurship, public speaking, and the use of accounting information for making business decisions. Fall only

Business Essentials

1 – CRHS – 10/11/12
E
Beginning or Intermediate Microsoft Office, Introduction to Interactive Media, or Personal Finance.

A course designed to introduce students to career exploration strategies with a focus on foundational skills and knowledge necessary for occupations in business. Establishment of employability traits will occur through the study and development of interpersonal, communication and leadership skills and knowledge. The course includes integration of skills and knowledge in reading, writing, mathematics, and economics as they relate to business occupations. Spring only

Business Law/Ethics

1 – CRHS – 10/11/12
E
Beginning or Intermediate Microsoft Office, Introduction to Interactive Media, or Personal Finance

A course designed to provide students with an overview of civil and criminal law, as it relates to business principles and practices. Topics include ethics, an overview of the legal system, court procedures, criminal/civil justice systems, oral and written contracts, and consumer protection.

Business Communications

1 – CRHS – 10/11/12
E
Beginning or Intermediate Microsoft Office, Introduction to Interactive Media, or Personal Finance

A course designed to provide essential skills and knowledge required in workplace and business settings. The course content addresses written and oral communication and competencies that include writing, speaking, listening, and interpreting. Technology is applied as an integral aspect of business communication. This course can be substituted for a Speech/Communication credit if students are pursuing the Business Management Administration Pathway.

Accounting I

2 – CRHS – 10/11/12
E
Beginning or Intermediate Microsoft Office, Introduction to Interactive Media, or Personal Finance

A course designed to emphasize accounting principles as they relate to the basic understanding and skills required in keeping manual and computerized financial records for a business. Emphasis is on providing basic skills for the accounting profession and/or preparation for further study in accounting. Accounting I may include software applications.

Business Administration (CAPSTONE)

1 – CRHS – 11/12
E
Beginning or Intermediate Microsoft Office, Introduction to Interactive Media, or Personal Finance and two credits from any of the following courses: Business Law/Ethics, Accounting I, Business Management, Business Essentials, or Video Production

A course designed to provide students project-based application of essential business and marketing competencies. The course demonstrates proficiency in the following areas: leadership, accounting principles, technology, salesmanship, marketing/entrepreneurship, general business principles, business law, human relations skills, public speaking, business communications, keyboarding skill development, computer applications, career awareness, and job seeking skills. This course serves as the capstone class for the CRHS Business Pathway.

Twin Falls High School
School of Finance

ACADEMY OF FINANCE COHORT CLASSES – (Required)

10th Grade – English 10 & Accounting I
11th Grade – English 11 & Beginning/Intermediate Microsoft Office
12th Grade – Business Management/Entrepreneurship & Macro Economics (recommended, not required)

FINANCE ACADEMY COURSE OPTIONS (Recommended)

Accounting II, III
Advertising I, II, III, IV
Cooperative Education
Personal Finance

You may also mix and match courses within each sequence based on your individual preference and needs.

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