• The course descriptions and syllabus' for the courses I teach are below. Please click on the link to see your course.

    Accounting I Syllabus

    Course Objectives:
    This course is designed to develop skills necessary for starting a bookkeeping system
    and for recording, summarizing, and interpreting financial data for the three business
    entities. Emphasis is placed on acquiring skills needed for entry-level employment
    and/or further accounting study.

    Accounting 2 Syllabus

    Course Objectives
    This course is designed to help students acquire a more thorough, in-depth
    knowledge of accounting procedures and techniques utilized in solving business
    problems and making financial decisions. Students will develop skills in analyzing and
    interpreting information common to partnerships and corporations, preparing
    formal statements and supporting schedules, and using inventory and budgetary
    control systems.

    Computer Business Applications Syllabus

    Course Objectives
    Computer Business Applications is a one-year class that is designed to provide
    knowledge and skills required in the technology-based workplace. Students are
    expected to have keyboarding skills upon entering the course. Students in Computer
    Business Applications will review basic keyboarding operations and be introduced to
    current word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation applications as well
    as online safety and practical digital security to establish them as digitally literate
    citizens in our technology driven world.

    Personal Finance Syllabus

    Course Objectives
    Understanding and managing personal finances are key to one’s future financial
    success. This one-semester course for students in grades 10 through 12 which offers
    one-half unit of credit is based on the Missouri Personal Finance Competencies and
    presents essential knowledge and skills to make informed decisions about real world
    financial issues. Students will learn how choices influence occupational options and
    future earning potential. Students will also learn to apply decision-making skills to
    evaluate career choices and set personal goals. The course content is designed to
    help the learner make wise spending, saving, and credit decisions and to make
    effective use of income to achieve personal financial success. There are seven areas
    of study: financial decision making, earning income, buying goods and services,
    saving, using credit, protecting and insuring, and financial investing.