Business, Marketing, and Computer Information Systems Courses

Business, Marketing, and Computer Information Systems Progressions

9th Grade

10th Grade

11th or 12th Grade

Computer Information Systems

Mobile App Game Design I
Introduction to Programming

*STEM 1001 Principles of Engineering

*STEM 1002 Digital Electronics

 

Mobile App Game Design I

Mobile App Game Design II

Introduction to Programming 

AP Computer Science

*STEM 1001 Principles of Engineering

*STEM 1002 Digital Electronics

 

Mobile App Game Design I

Mobile App Game Design II

Introduction to Programming 

AP Computer Science

*STEM 1001 Principles of Engineering

*STEM 1002 Digital Electronics

*STEM Cybersecurity 

 

Webpage Design

 

Webpage Design

AP Computer Science

Webpage Design

AP Computer Science

Microsoft Office I (Word & Excel)

Microsoft Office II (Access & PPT

Microsoft Office I (Word & Excel)

Microsoft Office II (Access & PPT)

Microsoft Office I (Word & Excel)

Microsoft Office II (Access & PPT)

*STEM courses can supplement CIS Pathway Students

Business Management and Administration

 

Accounting I

 

Accounting I

Economics

Microsoft Office I (Word & Excel)

Microsoft Office II (Access & PPT

Microsoft Office I (Word & Excel)

Microsoft Office II (Access & PPT)

Microsoft Office I (Word & Excel)

Microsoft Office II (Access & PPT)

Marketing and Management

 

Marketing & Management I

 

Marketing & Management I

Marketing & Management II

Business Management


MK 0222 Marketing and Management I

Grades 10, 11, 12 1.0 credit

Note: Students must join Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA)

Marketing and Management I is an introductory course designed to acquaint students with the world of marketing. Students will learn how marketing activities are conducted on a local, as well as global scale. This course stresses service and ethical relationships, especially from the viewpoint of the consumer.

MK 0232 Marketing and Management II

Grade 11, 12 1 credit

Prerequisite –Successful completion of Marketing and Management I (BU0222) Note: Students must join Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA)

Marketing and Management II is an advanced course of marketing, merchandising, and management. This is a detailed study of the principles of marketing and the application of these principles in the free enterprise system. Various management concepts are pursued. Students pursue the possibility of owning their own business in a comprehensive case project.

DECA is an integral part of the program and helps to provide leadership development activities. Students participate in regional, state and national DECA Career Development Conferences. Students can be involved in the operation of the school store, “The Devil’s Den”. In addition, DECA sponsors a variety of activities such as the annual Initiation & Installation Banquet, Winter Wonderland Semi-Formal dinner dance, as well as Fashion Fest for springtime prom fashions where marketing and promotional knowledge is put to use.

BU 0210 Accounting I

Grades 10, 11, 12 1.0 credit

This course provides a basic understanding of the fundamentals of accounting which involves the recording of financial information and the preparing of financial statements. The student will obtain an in-depth analysis and study of small business operation. This course will address the language of business, business practices, business transactions, the accounting cycle, the maintenance and management of proper accounting records involved in business operation. Accounting I will also prepare the students for advanced study at the college level.

 

CS 0488 Webpage Design

Grades 9, 10, 11, 12                ½ year, .5 credit

This half year semester course provides students with a major emphasis on the principles and design of websites.  Students will master HTML and then move into Adobe Creative Suite utilizing Dreamweaver and Photoshop.  Students will start to create webpages for themselves and clients.

 

BU 0237 Microsoft Office I

Grades 9, 10, 11, 12        ½ year, .5 credit

Microsoft Office I is a ½ semester hybrid (media-enhanced) online/classroom course designed to teach students the functionality of Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel. The course features hands-on exercises that teach the software applications while numerous projects and activities reinforce business skills and computer literacy concepts. Students will learn the fundamentals of Word including graphics, word art, and templates, etc. Students will also develop Excel spreadsheets, charts, invoices, budgets and Purchase Order forms, etc. Successful completion of the course will qualify the student to take a Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exam, the leading IT certification in the world.

 

BU 0238 Microsoft Office II

Grades 9, 10, 11, 12     ½ year, .5 credit

Microsoft Office II is a ½ semester hybrid (media-enhanced) online/classroom course designed to teach students the functionality of Microsoft Access and Microsoft PowerPoint. The course features hands-on exercises that teach the software applications while numerous projects and activities reinforce business skills and computer literacy concepts. Students will learn the fundamentals of Access including building tables, queries, forms, reports, and macros.  Students will also develop PowerPoint presentations for both business and the classroom. Successful completion of the course will qualify the student to take a Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exam, the leading IT certification in the world.

 

BU 0230 Mobile App Game Design I

Grades 9, 10, 11, 12     ½ year, .5 credit

Mobile games are a hot segment of the Mobile App Market.  In this course students will develop their own mobile app game using a professional Mobile app development software called Game Salad.  In this course students will master the ability to create and publish games using the Drag and Drop software from Game Salad Creator.  Students will prepare and build games from start to finish, they will learn how to publish and sell their games in the mobile app marketplace.

 

BU0240 Mobile App Game Design II

Grades 9, 10, 11, 12    ½ year, .5 credit

Prerequisite – Successful completion of BU 0230 Mobile App Game Design I

This course is a continuation of Mobile App Game Design I. Students will dive deeper into the world of Mobile gaming, exploring concept development and using advanced programming with Objective C, Html 5 and X Code.

 

BU 0235 Business Management

Grades 10, 11, 12        1 credit

Pre/Co-Requisite:  Successful completion of BU 0222 Marketing and Management I with a C or better and successful completion or concurrently enrolled in BU 0232 Marketing and Management II.

Business Management is a full year course designed to teach students to understand and analyze various management theories and apply them to the workplace. Students will learn the process of using organizational resources effectively and efficiently to achieve organizational goals through planning, organizing, leading/directing, and evaluating/controlling.   Students will have the opportunity to experience business management and marketing first hand with work opportunities in “The Devils Den” school store.

 

BU 0439 AP Computer Science

Grades 11, 12              1.00 credit

Prerequisite – Successful completion of CS 0488 Webpage Design or BU 0230 Mobile App Game Design I or Successful completion of Project Lead the Way STEM 1002 Digital Electronics and STEM 1001 Principles of Engineering.

In this course you will learn computer science by building socially useful mobile apps. In addition to programming and computer science principles, the course is project-based and emphasizes writing, communication, collaboration, and creativity. This course is supported by the Mobile Computer Science Principles Project (Mobile CSP), an NSF-funded effort to provide a broad and rigorous introduction to computer science based on App Inventor, a mobile programming language for Android devices. The course is based on the College Board's Advanced Placement (AP) Computer Science Principles curriculum framework for introductory computer science.