WELCOME TO THE 2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR
BUSINESS EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
573-842-2500 Ext 3908
~2nd Hr Conference Period~
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|Business Law||Intro to Graphic Arts||Career Expo||Personal Finance||Web Design|
PERSONAL AND BUSINESS LAW SYLLABUS CLICK HERE
This course is designed to acquaint students with the basic legal principles relevant to their roles as citizens, consumers, and employees through a mixture of personal, business, and consumer law. The content includes the basic characteristics of the American system of free enterprise, rights of private property, basic elements of contracts, employer-employee relations, landlords and tenants, individual rights, wills and estates, family and juvenile justice law, and community property. The assignments will be posted and assigned online using Edmodo, which is an internet based network, so that students will be able to attach and download files in preparation for the workforce. Students will also learn basic skills in Microsoft Word and PowerPoint, Powtoons, Google Docs, and use Edmodo to access their assignments and submit them electronically to enhance their learning and help them in our technology driven society.
INTRODUCTION TO GRAPHIC ARTS SYLLABUS CLICK HERE
Students develop proficiency in using graphic arts/desktop publishing software to create a variety of business publications such as flyers, brochures, newsletters, etc. This course provides content for employment in career areas which include graphic arts/desktop publishing skills. Demand in this area will continue to expand as businesses utilize advanced graphic arts skills to increase their production efficiency and improve the creativity and quality of business documents and publications.
CAREER EXPO COURSE CLICK HERE
- Students will demonstrate a clearer understanding of the career exploration process and how their own skills and interests match up to a chosen major/career path.
- Students will investigate work tasks, settings, salary, and job outlook and resources corresponding to careers they are considering.
- Students will learn how to write professional documents (resume, cover letter, thank you letter) to use for jobs, internships and post graduate program applications.
- Students will develop an ePortfolio.
PERSONAL FINANCE SYLLABUS CLICK HERE
Understanding and managing personal finances are key to one’s future financial success. This one-semester course for students in grades 11 and 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 four areas of study: income, money management, spending and credit, and saving and investing.
WEB DESIGN SYLLABUS CLICK HERE
This course tontains the use of Web programming language HTML5, graphics applications, and other Web authoring tools to design, edit, launch, and maintain Web sites and pages. Such topics as Internet theory, Web page standards, Web design elements, user interfaces, special effects, navigation, and emerging Web technologies will be included. Rapid technological advancement by businesses to reach global markets, greater focus on industry certifications and national skill standards, expansion of responsibilities of office workers, portability of employee skills—all these increase the need for business students in career education programs to have skills in Web design and maintenance.