Business Management & Technology

Overview

Students successfully completing the courses in this program may qualify for college credit through Articulation Agreements with various area colleges and universities. See the instructor and/or counselor for more information.

Courses

INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY (5024)

1 SEMESTER – 1/2 CREDIT (GRADES 9-12)

DESCRIPTION: A project-based course designed to allow students to explore and learn various computer applications for personal and professional use. Skills acquired will help prepare students for success throughout higher levels of education and all levels of the workplace. The main focus of this course is on business applications including word processing, various programs and software, presentation graphics, exploration of career opportunities and business oriented utilization of the Internet. Students must comply with the Student Handbook/Student Code of Conduct, and Internet/Computer Usage rules and policies. This course satisfies ½ credit for the Applied Arts requirement.

E-SPORTS MANAGEMENT (5042)

1 SEMESTER – 1/2 CREDIT (GRADES 9-12)

DESCRIPTION: Want to turn your passion for gaming into a viable career? E-sports Management focuses on the business of E-sports. Students will get the opportunity to explore the culture of E-Sports. , its audience and fan base and explore different gaming genres. Students will be introduced to single player and multi-player events, create business plans to develop teams, create online communities and digital promotion. Participants will play and focus on League of Legends as well as various games.

MICROSOFT OFFICE (5094)

1 SEMESTER - 1/2 CREDIT (GRADES 9-12)

DESCRIPTION: This course will help students to better understand Microsoft Applications such as Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. Course content and projects are meant to simulate personal, as well as, workplace scenarios and draw on skills related to communications, operations, management, and teamwork in order to strengthen individual performance in the workplace and in society and make a successful transition to the workforce and postsecondary education. 

COURSE OBJECTIVES: 

  • Interact in the Windows 10 interface 
  • Familiarize students with a variety of Microsoft Office 2019 applications 
  • Create and revise word processing documents 
  • Prepare spreadsheets for problem solving 
  • Design and communicate information using presentation management technology 
  • Develop skills for employment for entry-level business positions 
  • Learn business/technology to assist students in college 
  • Knowledge of careers and college majors 

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (5111/5112)

1 CREDIT (GRADES 11-12)

DESCRIPTION: Do you enjoy being a leader, organizing people, planning activities and motivating with success? Do you like to work with numbers or ideas? Do you enjoy carrying through with an idea and seeing the end product? Would you enjoy learning about financial literacy skills, investing, balancing checkbook, stock market as well as being introduced to the skills required in a global economy? This may be the course for you!

Careers in this path are related to the business environment:

  • Accounting and Finance
  • Human Resources
  • Business Law and Ethics
  • International Business
  • Computer/Information Systems
  • Management and Logistics
  • Economics
  • Office Administration
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Sports and Entertainment Marketing

STORE MANAGER (5191/2)

FULL YEAR - 1 CREDIT (GRADES 11-12)

DESCRIPTION: The students will act as managers of the School Store. Their duties will be to keep the store running smoothly, keep records of the store’s operations, train students on cash registers, price marker and supervision of the store. Students must join DECA (Marketing Club).

PREREQUISITE: Entrepreneurship and Marketing courses. Marketing Teacher approval also required.

NAUTICAL SHOPPE

School Store Managers run The Nautical Shoppe, our school store. Managers are in charge of everything necessary to run a retail establishment, from ordering and running the register, to inventory and cost control.

The Nautical Shoppe has been very busy again this year. From hoodies to sweats, to band equipment and school supplies, we have it all.  The student run store is open for business to serve our two thousand students daily between 10:30 a.m. and noon.

Clubs

Anchor Bay also has competitive business clubs. Our students can join both BPA- Business Professionals of America or DECA - Distributive Education Club of America!

More Information

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