Business & Marketing
ACCOUNTING I/II
CTE Credit or 3rd
Math Credit
11th & 12th Grade Only
(8500/8503)
Year
Fee $10.00 
Course focuses on how sole proprietor businesses keep their financial records; prepare financial statements, cash control and banking activities.  Additional focus on how a merchandising business corporation keeps financial records including journals, ledgers, payroll and financial tatements. Accounting classes are excellent for students who are considering a business-related college major, or who would like to work in an office.  DECA/FBLA membership encouraged and provides students with relevant business experiences learned in the classroom.  Prerequisite:  Solid grounding in basic math.   
 
FINANCIAL LITERACY
Financial Literacy Credit/Graduation Requirement
11th & 12th Grade Only
(2900)
Semester
Fee $8.00*
Course focuses on basic personal financial literacy.  Topics include:  personal finance, goals, decision making, careers, budgets & money management, consumer protection, banking, credit, bankruptcy, investing, the stock market, insurance, payroll and taxes.  Students will participate in the Utah Stock Market Game.  FBLA membership is encouraged and provides students with relevant experiences learned in the classroom.  *Additional fee may be required for the Utah Stock Market Game

 

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
Computer Literacy Credit/Graduation Requirement
 (8518)
Semester
Fee $8.00
Introductory computer course including word-processing, spreadsheet, slide presentations, computer ethics, computer hardware and operating systems, email & internet use, and electronic library activities.  DECA/FBLA membership encouraged. This course fulfills the computer literacy graduation requirement.  Previous keyboarding recommended.  DO NOT TAKE THIS CLASS if you have previously taken the class or have tested out of the class.

 
CE - COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 2
CTE Credit
11th & 12th Grade Only
 (8523)
Semester
Fee $8.00 and College Textbook Required
This course will provide you with the opportunity to learn the Windows Operating System as well as advanced features of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access.  This course can generate Weber State University Concurrent Credit (TBE 1700).   Utilizing the advanced features of the Microsoft Suite students will develop skills in creating and formatting various types of documents. Students will create, format, edit, print, perform calculations, and use database functions in various types of business documents including reports, spreadsheet, databases, and various others. Students will improve productivity by using the most efficient, timesaving methods to produce and format documents. Proofreading, document composition, and communication competencies are also included. FBLA/DECA encouraged.
 

 
 
 
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
CTE Credit
10th -12th Grades
 (8542)
Semester
Fee $8.00

Want to learn how to get more out of yourself and your coworkers?  Than this is the class for you.  This introductory course will help students learn how to best organize and utilize their own strengths and the strengths of those around them.  Students will learn various motivational techniques and seeks to develop sound business/management skills within students, as management plays a role in any future employment opportunity. Students will learn to utilize data from the other functional areas of business (e.g., marketing, finance, accounting, and production) as well as focus on managing one’s time and the time and talents of others. Students will learn different leadership skills and will be able to select appropriate management styles. DECA/FBLA membership is encouraged.

 

 



 
CE MARKETING 1
CTE
11th & 12th Grade Only
8236
Semester
Learn the art of ‘closing the deal.’  This course emphasizes marketing concepts and competencies. Instruction focuses on selling, promotional strategies, advertising, distributing, purchasing, pricing strategies, product planning, business math, and marketing research topics.  Students will learn and apply the sales process and implement the various aspects of marketing through the developing their own cereal brand.  DECA/FBLA membership is encouraged and provides students with relevant business experience.
 
 PRINCIPLES OF LEADERSHIP
11th & 12th
 Grade Only - Must Apply
(8249)
Semester
The Principles of Leadership class seeks to develop sound leadership skills within students as leadership will play a role in many future opportunities. Effective leadership requires decision-making abilities, long-range planning, human relations expertise, and motivational skills. Students learn leadership skills and are able to select appropriate management styles.
 
 

 . CE - ENTREPRENEURSHIP 
CTE Credit
11th & 12th Grade Only
(8221)
Semester 

Interested in becoming your own boss?  Do you want to become the next Donald Trump or Bill Gates?  Than this is the class for you.  Students participate in various ‘apprentice’ challenges that helps them gain a ‘hands-on’ understanding of the business/marketing principles necessary to start a small business. Students will learn strategies of business management, marketing, research, planning regulations, and the economic role of the entrepreneur in the market system. Students will also develop, and learn the benefits of, a business plan.  DECA/FBLA membership is encouraged and provides students with relevant business experiences. Prerequisite: Marketing and Business Management

 
CE - RETAIL MANAGEMENT
 (Student Store)
CTE Credit
11th & 12th Grade Only
(8233)
Semester
This course is designed to help students apply what they have learned in the classroom through hands-on experiences as they rotate through the various positions in the student store.  This course will prepare students to own, operate, manage, or work at businesses that sell, rent, or lease goods or services. This course will provide insight into the theory behind buying, storing, pricing, advertising, display, selling, financing and other activities necessary for successful business operations.  DECA/FBLA membership is encouraged and provides students with business experiences relevant to concepts learned in the classroom.
*Students are required to obtain a Davis County Food Handler’s Permit.

 
CE - FASHION MERCHANDISING
CTE Credit
11th & 12th Grade Only
(8209)
Semester
College Textbook May be Required
Course is an introductory course that provides an exciting look at current trends in the fashion industry and teaches the concepts of entry-level business fundamentals. Instruction focuses on fashion designers, textile development, apparel details, seasonal color coordination, retail merchandising and promotional activities. DECA/FBLA membership encouraged. College credit is available.
 
CE - TRAVEL AND TOURISM
CTE Credit
11th & 12th Grade Only
(8239)
Semester
Students learn about career opportunities in the “leisure time” industry and study human relations, communication, advertising/promotion, selling, and management and business operations. This course provides the student with an understanding of one of the largest industries in the world, and includes evolution of the tourism industry, destination geography, airlines, international travel, travel by rail, car rentals, cruising and marketing to the business professionals. Training prepares students to plan, organize, and direct a wide variety of activities that help people make productive and enjoyable use of their leisure and business travel time. DECA/FBLA membership encouraged. College credit is available.
 
CE - SPORTS/ENTERTAINMENT MARKETING
CTE Credit
11th & 12th Grade Only
(8274)
Semester
Fee $10.00 

Do you love sports?  Looking for an excuse to play fantasy sports in school?  Than this is the course for you.  Students will form a fantasy league and then with their group market/promote their fantasy team.  Through various projects with their fantasy team, students develop a thorough understanding of the marketing concepts and theories that apply to sports and sporting events. The areas this course will cover include basic marketing, target marketing and segmentation, sponsorship, event marketing, promotions, sponsorship proposals, and sports marketing plans. This course will also delve into the components of promotion plans, sponsorship proposals and the key elements needed in sports marketing plans. Outside class time is required. DECA/FBLA membership is encouraged.