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1 Metea Valley High School Business Education Department Career/Course Alignment Calculator PROCEED TO CAREERS PAGE

2 Lawyer Entrepreneur Insurance Corporate Finance Human Resources Retail Banking & Auditing Sports Marketing CHOOSE YOUR CAREER Financial Planning Stock Broker Graphic Design Advertising & Public Relations Management Certified Public Accountant Market Research

3 Freshman Business OrientationBusiness Orientation eBusiness & Financial TechnologyeBusiness & Financial Technology Sophomore Accounting I Junior Accounting II HonorsAccounting II Honors Finance Senior Consumer EconomicsConsumer Economics AP Macro/ MicroeconomicsAP Macro/ Microeconomics Business InternshipBusiness Internship Virtual Enterprises InternationalVirtual Enterprises International Financial Focus Back to Career Choices

4 Freshman Business OrientationBusiness Orientation Advertising Sophomore Visual Media Web Design Marketing TechnologyMarketing Technology Junior Marketing Senior Business InternshipBusiness Internship Virtual Enterprises InternationalVirtual Enterprises International Marketing Focus Back to Career Choices

5 Freshman Business OrientationBusiness Orientation Advertising Sophomore Web Design Multimedia InnovationsMultimedia Innovations Emerging TechnologyEmerging Technology Junior Business Law Management Senior Business InternshipBusiness Internship Virtual Enterprises InternationalVirtual Enterprises International Management Focus Back to Career Choices

6 Freshman Notetaking/ Study skillsNotetaking/ Study skills Essential TechnologyEssential Technology Sophomore Marketing TechnologyMarketing Technology Emerging TechnologyEmerging Technology Junior College Test PrepCollege Test Prep Senior Consumer EconomicsConsumer Economics AP Macro/ MicroeconomicsAP Macro/ Microeconomics Business InternshipBusiness Internship Career/College Focus Back to Career Choices

7 Accounting I Grades 10-12, Year-long Grades 10-12, Year-long Learn how small businesses and corporations use accounting to effectively run their business. Learn how small businesses and corporations use accounting to effectively run their business. Accounting is the language of business and is strongly recommended for any student interested in business as a career. If you plan to study business in college, you must take this class! Accounting is the language of business and is strongly recommended for any student interested in business as a career. If you plan to study business in college, you must take this class! Back

8 eBusiness & Financial Technology Grades 9-12, Semester Grades 9-12, Semester Learn how to use technology to help manage financial resources that are essential for success in college, career, and personal finance. Learn how to use technology to help manage financial resources that are essential for success in college, career, and personal finance. Explore financial spreadsheets and reports, learn business and personal financial management using Excel, Access, and various online resources. Explore financial spreadsheets and reports, learn business and personal financial management using Excel, Access, and various online resources. Back

9 Advertising Grades 9-12, Semester Grades 9-12, Semester Learn the history of advertising, its role in today’s society, how the advertising industry works, careers in advertising, and the principles and techniques used to create ads for a variety of media. Learn the history of advertising, its role in today’s society, how the advertising industry works, careers in advertising, and the principles and techniques used to create ads for a variety of media. Plan and design your own print ads, radio and TV commercials, and other specialty ads that appeal to certain target markets. Plan and design your own print ads, radio and TV commercials, and other specialty ads that appeal to certain target markets. Back

10 Advertising Grades 9-12, Semester Grades 9-12, Semester Learn the history of advertising, its role in today’s society, how the advertising industry works, careers in advertising, and the principles and techniques used to create ads for a variety of media. Learn the history of advertising, its role in today’s society, how the advertising industry works, careers in advertising, and the principles and techniques used to create ads for a variety of media. Plan and design your own print ads, radio and TV commercials, and other specialty ads that appeal to certain target markets. Plan and design your own print ads, radio and TV commercials, and other specialty ads that appeal to certain target markets. Back

11 AP Macroeconomics Grade 12, Semester Weighted grade This course is a college-level course with topics pertaining to macroeconomics. Topics include the principles of economics that apply to the functions of the whole economic systems such as the money supply, GDP, banking and the global economy. You may also receive college credit in macroeconomics by qualifying on the advanced placement exam at the end of the school year. AP Microeconomics Grade 12, Semester Weighted grade, Prerequisite is AP Macroeconomics This course is a college-level course dealing with topics pertaining to microeconomics. Topics include the principles of economics that apply to functions of the individual decision-making for both the consumer and producer within the large economic system and the role of government in the economic system. You may also receive college credit in microeconomics by qualifying on the advanced placement exam at the end of the school year. Back

12 AP Macroeconomics Grade 12, Semester Weighted grade This course is a college-level course with topics pertaining to macroeconomics. Topics include the principles of economics that apply to the functions of the whole economic systems such as the money supply, GDP, banking and the global economy. You may also receive college credit in macroeconomics by qualifying on the advanced placement exam at the end of the school year. AP Microeconomics Grade 12, Semester Weighted grade, Prerequisite is AP Macroeconomics This course is a college-level course dealing with topics pertaining to microeconomics. Topics include the principles of economics that apply to functions of the individual decision-making for both the consumer and producer within the large economic system and the role of government in the economic system. You may also receive college credit in microeconomics by qualifying on the advanced placement exam at the end of the school year. Back

13 Business Internship Grades 11-12, Year-long Grades 11-12, Year-long Two credits, Approval of Business Internship Coordinator or Business Education teacher is required to take this course. Two credits, Approval of Business Internship Coordinator or Business Education teacher is required to take this course. This is a cooperative work program between the school and the employers. This is a cooperative work program between the school and the employers. Work outside of school and also attend class on a daily basis. Topics discussed in class pertain to work related and career issues. Work outside of school and also attend class on a daily basis. Topics discussed in class pertain to work related and career issues. Receive one credit for classroom instruction and one credit for on-the-job training. Don’t have a job? The internship instructor will assist with job placement and monitor progress throughout the year. Receive one credit for classroom instruction and one credit for on-the-job training. Don’t have a job? The internship instructor will assist with job placement and monitor progress throughout the year. Early dismissal is NOT a requirement for this program. Students must provide own transportation. Early dismissal is NOT a requirement for this program. Students must provide own transportation. Back

14 Business Internship Grades 11-12, Year-long Grades 11-12, Year-long Two credits, Approval of Business Internship Coordinator or Business Education teacher is required to take this course. Two credits, Approval of Business Internship Coordinator or Business Education teacher is required to take this course. This is a cooperative work program between the school and the employers. This is a cooperative work program between the school and the employers. Work outside of school and also attend class on a daily basis. Topics discussed in class pertain to work related and career issues. Work outside of school and also attend class on a daily basis. Topics discussed in class pertain to work related and career issues. Receive one credit for classroom instruction and one credit for on-the-job training. Don’t have a job? The internship instructor will assist with job placement and monitor progress throughout the year. Receive one credit for classroom instruction and one credit for on-the-job training. Don’t have a job? The internship instructor will assist with job placement and monitor progress throughout the year. Early dismissal is NOT a requirement for this program. Students must provide own transportation. Early dismissal is NOT a requirement for this program. Students must provide own transportation. Back

15 Business Internship Grades 11-12, Year-long Grades 11-12, Year-long Two credits, Approval of Business Internship Coordinator or Business Education teacher is required to take this course. Two credits, Approval of Business Internship Coordinator or Business Education teacher is required to take this course. This is a cooperative work program between the school and the employers. This is a cooperative work program between the school and the employers. Work outside of school and also attend class on a daily basis. Topics discussed in class pertain to work related and career issues. Work outside of school and also attend class on a daily basis. Topics discussed in class pertain to work related and career issues. Receive one credit for classroom instruction and one credit for on-the-job training. Don’t have a job? The internship instructor will assist with job placement and monitor progress throughout the year. Receive one credit for classroom instruction and one credit for on-the-job training. Don’t have a job? The internship instructor will assist with job placement and monitor progress throughout the year. Early dismissal is NOT a requirement for this program. Students must provide own transportation. Early dismissal is NOT a requirement for this program. Students must provide own transportation. Back

16 Business Internship Grades 11-12, Year-long Grades 11-12, Year-long Two credits, Approval of Business Internship Coordinator or Business Education teacher is required to take this course. Two credits, Approval of Business Internship Coordinator or Business Education teacher is required to take this course. This is a cooperative work program between the school and the employers. This is a cooperative work program between the school and the employers. Work outside of school and also attend class on a daily basis. Topics discussed in class pertain to work related and career issues. Work outside of school and also attend class on a daily basis. Topics discussed in class pertain to work related and career issues. Receive one credit for classroom instruction and one credit for on-the-job training. Don’t have a job? The internship instructor will assist with job placement and monitor progress throughout the year. Receive one credit for classroom instruction and one credit for on-the-job training. Don’t have a job? The internship instructor will assist with job placement and monitor progress throughout the year. Early dismissal is NOT a requirement for this program. Students must provide own transportation. Early dismissal is NOT a requirement for this program. Students must provide own transportation. Back

17 Business Law Grades 11-12, Semester Grades 11-12, Semester Interested in the business world and laws? Legal rules and regulations that benefit mankind will be studied, as well as the importance of law to both society and the individual Interested in the business world and laws? Legal rules and regulations that benefit mankind will be studied, as well as the importance of law to both society and the individual Topics studied include: ethics, criminal and civil law, the court system, contracts, law and the minor, law and the consumer, employment law, bankruptcy, wills, and career exploration. Topics studied include: ethics, criminal and civil law, the court system, contracts, law and the minor, law and the consumer, employment law, bankruptcy, wills, and career exploration. Participate in mock trials and take a field trip to the county courthouse! Participate in mock trials and take a field trip to the county courthouse! Back

18 Marketing Technology Grades 9-12, Semester Grades 9-12, Semester Expand your abilities to work creatively and communicate effectively while exploring how technology supports businesses in the field of Sports and Entertainment, Travel and Tourism, Hospitality Finance, and others. Expand your abilities to work creatively and communicate effectively while exploring how technology supports businesses in the field of Sports and Entertainment, Travel and Tourism, Hospitality Finance, and others. Use technology and project-based learning to further your skills in Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, and various online tools to a variety of business applications. Use technology and project-based learning to further your skills in Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, and various online tools to a variety of business applications. Back

19 Marketing Technology Grades 9-12, Semester Grades 9-12, Semester Expand your abilities to work creatively and communicate effectively while exploring how technology supports businesses in the field of Sports and Entertainment, Travel and Tourism, Hospitality Finance, and others. Expand your abilities to work creatively and communicate effectively while exploring how technology supports businesses in the field of Sports and Entertainment, Travel and Tourism, Hospitality Finance, and others. Use technology and project-based learning to further your skills in Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, and various online tools to a variety of business applications. Use technology and project-based learning to further your skills in Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, and various online tools to a variety of business applications. Back

20 Business Orientation Grades 9-12, Semester Grades 9-12, Semester This one-semester course introduces students to the world of business. This one-semester course introduces students to the world of business. Topics covered include types of business organization, marketing, accounting, human resources, management, finance, ethics, and economics. These concepts are presented through classroom discussion and project-based learning. Topics covered include types of business organization, marketing, accounting, human resources, management, finance, ethics, and economics. These concepts are presented through classroom discussion and project-based learning. Students are encouraged to take this course prior to further study in business such as Management, Accounting, Marketing, and Advertising. Students are encouraged to take this course prior to further study in business such as Management, Accounting, Marketing, and Advertising. Back

21 Business Orientation Grades 9-12, Semester Grades 9-12, Semester This one-semester course introduces students to the world of business. This one-semester course introduces students to the world of business. Topics covered include types of business organization, marketing, accounting, human resources, management, finance, ethics, and economics. These concepts are presented through classroom discussion and project-based learning. Topics covered include types of business organization, marketing, accounting, human resources, management, finance, ethics, and economics. These concepts are presented through classroom discussion and project-based learning. Students are encouraged to take this course prior to further study in business such as Management, Accounting, Marketing, and Advertising. Students are encouraged to take this course prior to further study in business such as Management, Accounting, Marketing, and Advertising. Back

22 Business Orientation Grades 9-12, Semester Grades 9-12, Semester This one-semester course introduces students to the world of business. This one-semester course introduces students to the world of business. Topics covered include types of business organization, marketing, accounting, human resources, management, finance, ethics, and economics. These concepts are presented through classroom discussion and project-based learning. Topics covered include types of business organization, marketing, accounting, human resources, management, finance, ethics, and economics. These concepts are presented through classroom discussion and project-based learning. Students are encouraged to take this course prior to further study in business such as Management, Accounting, Marketing, and Advertising. Students are encouraged to take this course prior to further study in business such as Management, Accounting, Marketing, and Advertising. Back

23 College Test Prep Grades 11-12, Semester Grades 11-12, Semester This course is designed for junior and senior students desiring improvement in reading, vocabulary, grammar, math, and science skills. This course is designed for junior and senior students desiring improvement in reading, vocabulary, grammar, math, and science skills. Emphasis is placed on improving test-taking skills and learning techniques to improve success on standardized tests such as the ACT and the SAT. Emphasis is placed on improving test-taking skills and learning techniques to improve success on standardized tests such as the ACT and the SAT. Back

24 Essential Technology Grades 9-12, Semester Grades 9-12, Semester Learn skills to expand your knowledge in basic technology and its application in academics and the workforce. Learn skills to expand your knowledge in basic technology and its application in academics and the workforce. Complete integrated projects and use Microsoft Office and various design programs, to build your essential technology skills. Complete integrated projects and use Microsoft Office and various design programs, to build your essential technology skills. Students who desire improvement in keyboarding and basic software application skills will benefit from this course and be better prepared for further study in the computer sequence. Students who desire improvement in keyboarding and basic software application skills will benefit from this course and be better prepared for further study in the computer sequence. Back

25 Emerging Technologies Grades 9-12, Semester Grades 9-12, Semester Interested in gaming, animations, and other trends in web ? Interested in gaming, animations, and other trends in web ? Create and develop your own interactive programs such as games, simulations, and interfaces using modern graphics and programming logic and software. Create and develop your own interactive programs such as games, simulations, and interfaces using modern graphics and programming logic and software. Previous programming skills are not required. Previous programming skills are not required. Create your own games like Frogger and Pac-Man, design & develop animations using Flash Create your own games like Frogger and Pac-Man, design & develop animations using Flash Create 3-D games! Create 3-D games! Back

26 Emerging Technologies Grades 9-12, Semester Grades 9-12, Semester Interested in gaming, animations, and other trends in web? Interested in gaming, animations, and other trends in web? Create and develop your own interactive programs such as games, simulations, and interfaces using modern graphics and programming logic and software. Create and develop your own interactive programs such as games, simulations, and interfaces using modern graphics and programming logic and software. Previous programming skills are not required. Previous programming skills are not required. Create your own games like Frogger and Pac-Man, design & develop animations using Flash Create your own games like Frogger and Pac-Man, design & develop animations using Flash Create 3-D games! Create 3-D games! Back

27 Consumer Economics Grade 12, Semester Grade 12, Semester Consumer Economics, a required course, will integrate economic concepts with consumer skills, a combination necessary for added satisfaction in the use of personal resources. Instruction will center on the student’s role in the economy as a citizen, consumer and worker. Consumer Economics, a required course, will integrate economic concepts with consumer skills, a combination necessary for added satisfaction in the use of personal resources. Instruction will center on the student’s role in the economy as a citizen, consumer and worker. Topics will include: money management, buying goods and services, housing, banking and the Federal Reserve System, financial institutions and the use of credit and loans, consumer protection, insurance, savings and investing; pricing of products, supply and demand, taxation, inflation, government, and the free enterprise system. Topics will include: money management, buying goods and services, housing, banking and the Federal Reserve System, financial institutions and the use of credit and loans, consumer protection, insurance, savings and investing; pricing of products, supply and demand, taxation, inflation, government, and the free enterprise system. The capstone project of the course is a real-life consumer simulation. The capstone project of the course is a real-life consumer simulation. Back

28 Consumer Economics Grade 12, Semester Grade 12, Semester Consumer Economics, a required course, will integrate economic concepts with consumer skills, a combination necessary for added satisfaction in the use of personal resources. Instruction will center on the student’s role in the economy as a citizen, consumer and worker. Consumer Economics, a required course, will integrate economic concepts with consumer skills, a combination necessary for added satisfaction in the use of personal resources. Instruction will center on the student’s role in the economy as a citizen, consumer and worker. Topics will include: money management, buying goods and services, housing, banking and the Federal Reserve System, financial institutions and the use of credit and loans, consumer protection, insurance, savings and investing; pricing of products, supply and demand, taxation, inflation, government, and the free enterprise system. Topics will include: money management, buying goods and services, housing, banking and the Federal Reserve System, financial institutions and the use of credit and loans, consumer protection, insurance, savings and investing; pricing of products, supply and demand, taxation, inflation, government, and the free enterprise system. The capstone project of the course is a real-life consumer simulation. The capstone project of the course is a real-life consumer simulation. Back

29 Visual Media Grades 9-12, Semester Grades 9-12, Semester Learn technology skills related to visual layout and design for business application and personal use. Learn technology skills related to visual layout and design for business application and personal use. Study topics such as digital photography, image manipulation, design principles, and typography. Study topics such as digital photography, image manipulation, design principles, and typography. Use Adobe Photoshop and InDesign to create your own magazine cover Use Adobe Photoshop and InDesign to create your own magazine cover Compete against other schools in the state in graphic design contests! Compete against other schools in the state in graphic design contests! Back

30 Virtual Enterprises International Grades 11-12, Year-long Grades 11-12, Year-long Prerequisite is two semesters of business courses. Weighted grade. Prerequisite is two semesters of business courses. Weighted grade. Create and manage a virtual company and conduct business with other “firms” nationally and internationally. Create and manage a virtual company and conduct business with other “firms” nationally and internationally. Gain experience in running the business, including human resources, accounting, product development, production, distribution, marketing, and sales. Gain experience in running the business, including human resources, accounting, product development, production, distribution, marketing, and sales. Back

31 Virtual Enterprises International Grades 11-12, Year-long Grades 11-12, Year-long Prerequisite is two semesters of business courses. Weighted grade. Prerequisite is two semesters of business courses. Weighted grade. Create and manage a virtual company and conduct business with other “firms” nationally and internationally. Create and manage a virtual company and conduct business with other “firms” nationally and internationally. Gain experience in running the business, including human resources, accounting, product development, production, distribution, marketing, and sales. Gain experience in running the business, including human resources, accounting, product development, production, distribution, marketing, and sales. Back

32 Virtual Enterprises International Grades 11-12, Year-long Grades 11-12, Year-long Prerequisite is two semesters of business courses. Weighted grade. Prerequisite is two semesters of business courses. Weighted grade. Create and manage a virtual company and conduct business with other “firms” nationally and internationally. Create and manage a virtual company and conduct business with other “firms” nationally and internationally. Gain experience in running the business, including human resources, accounting, product development, production, distribution, marketing, and sales. Gain experience in running the business, including human resources, accounting, product development, production, distribution, marketing, and sales. Back

33 Virtual Enterprises International Grades 11-12, Year-long Grades 11-12, Year-long Prerequisite is two semesters of business courses. Weighted grade. Prerequisite is two semesters of business courses. Weighted grade. Create and manage a virtual company and conduct business with other “firms” nationally and internationally. Create and manage a virtual company and conduct business with other “firms” nationally and internationally. Gain experience in running the business, including human resources, accounting, product development, production, distribution, marketing, and sales. Gain experience in running the business, including human resources, accounting, product development, production, distribution, marketing, and sales. Back

34 Finance Grades 11-12, Semester Grades 11-12, Semester Learn about the four areas of finance: financial institutions, the Federal Reserve System, international markets, and the US stock and commodities markets. Learn about the four areas of finance: financial institutions, the Federal Reserve System, international markets, and the US stock and commodities markets. Participate in a stock simulation, discuss current events relating to finance, and plan and analyze your own personal financial portfolio! Participate in a stock simulation, discuss current events relating to finance, and plan and analyze your own personal financial portfolio! Back

35 Honors Accounting II Grade 11-12, Year-long Grade 11-12, Year-long Weighted grade. Prerequisite is Accounting I. Weighted grade. Prerequisite is Accounting I. This is an advanced course for students interested in furthering their career exploration in accounting or related business occupation. This is an advanced course for students interested in furthering their career exploration in accounting or related business occupation. Study corporate and cost accounting for merchandising and manufacturing businesses. Management decisions through the analysis of financial statements are an integral part of the curriculum. Study corporate and cost accounting for merchandising and manufacturing businesses. Management decisions through the analysis of financial statements are an integral part of the curriculum. Automated accounting using computer simulation is integrated throughout the course. Automated accounting using computer simulation is integrated throughout the course. Back

36 Management Grades 11-12, Semester Grades 11-12, Semester Learn more about issues related to management principles, practices, and organizational behavior. Learn more about issues related to management principles, practices, and organizational behavior. Explore topics such as leadership, human resource management, motivation, organizational behavior, social responsibility, organizational culture, and communication. Explore topics such as leadership, human resource management, motivation, organizational behavior, social responsibility, organizational culture, and communication. Plan, organize, and run your own event, manage your own simulated work company, and participate in teambuilding activities Plan, organize, and run your own event, manage your own simulated work company, and participate in teambuilding activities Back

37 Marketing Grades 11-12, Year-long Grades 11-12, Year-long Learn about the field of marketing and its essential role in all aspects of business. Learn about the field of marketing and its essential role in all aspects of business. Explore the role of marketing in today’s society, marketing careers, product planning and development, pricing strategies, distribution methods, sales techniques, promotion, visual merchandising, and marketing math skills. Explore the role of marketing in today’s society, marketing careers, product planning and development, pricing strategies, distribution methods, sales techniques, promotion, visual merchandising, and marketing math skills. Create your own infomercial Create your own infomercial Learn about fashion, sports & entertainment, and hospitality marketing Learn about fashion, sports & entertainment, and hospitality marketing Take field trips to learn more about how local and national companies are currently using marketing! Take field trips to learn more about how local and national companies are currently using marketing! Back

38 Multimedia Innovations Grades 9-12, Semester Grades 9-12, Semester Learn skills to enhance your communication through various forms of multimedia. Learn skills to enhance your communication through various forms of multimedia. Explore editing, animation, and digital publishing. Use various software programs and online resources to design and create audio and visual projects. Explore editing, animation, and digital publishing. Use various software programs and online resources to design and create audio and visual projects. Back

39 Notetaking/Study Skills Grades 9-12, Semester Grades 9-12, Semester This course is designed for students desiring to learn a more efficient and effective way of studying. This course is designed for students desiring to learn a more efficient and effective way of studying. Reading and note taking strategies are main focuses of the course as well as techniques provided to develop listening skills, study skills, test-taking skills, improve memory and vocabulary. Synergy, organizational skills, and time management techniques are discussed and applied throughout the course. Reading and note taking strategies are main focuses of the course as well as techniques provided to develop listening skills, study skills, test-taking skills, improve memory and vocabulary. Synergy, organizational skills, and time management techniques are discussed and applied throughout the course. Back

40 Web Design Grades 10-12, Semester Grades 10-12, Semester Learn to design and create websites and optimize digital resources. Learn to design and create websites and optimize digital resources. Use Dreamweaver, XHTML, Flash, and various online services. Use Dreamweaver, XHTML, Flash, and various online services. Create a functioning website and link videos, music, and flash projects to your website Create a functioning website and link videos, music, and flash projects to your website Back

41 Web Design Grades 10-12, Semester Grades 10-12, Semester Learn to design and create websites and optimize digital resources. Learn to design and create websites and optimize digital resources. Use Dreamweaver, XHTML, Flash, and various online services. Use Dreamweaver, XHTML, Flash, and various online services. Create a functioning website and link videos, music, and flash projects to your website Create a functioning website and link videos, music, and flash projects to your website Back


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