• Business Foundations-20100V

    This course is an overview to all aspects of the business environment. If you have an interest in owning a business or a career in business, marketing, finance or management, this course is for you. Come learn how to apply technology to business practices that will advance your computer skills in an interactive lab. Career and entrepreneurship units are included. This course is the prerequisite for the following programs: Business Management and Administrative Services, and Accounting. Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) standards will be an integral part of this class. Dual credit may be obtained from the Maricopa Community College system for this program at high schools offering this option. For Office Use Only. CIP Code: 52.0200.10

    Prerequisites:  None
    Credits:  1 elective credit

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  • CTE Internship-IT-21290V

    This course is a coordinated occupational employment approach to teaching and practicing the concepts in the industry. This course helps the student to practice and improve employability skills in the industry. This course may be repeated multiple times for credit.

    Prerequisites:  Minimum of 1 credit in the Information Technology program; ability to provide own transportation to internship site
    Credits:  1 elective credit

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  • Culinary Basics-24100V

    The Culinary Basics class is an entry-level course for the Culinary Arts Program. Students are introduced to kitchen equipment, organization and operations, sanitation and safety, nutrition, food preparation and cooking skills. Work place skills including communication, teamwork, leadership, and personal development are emphasized. Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) standards will be an integral part of this class. Dual credit may be obtained from the Maricopa Community College system for this program at high schools offering this option.

    Prerequisites:  None
    Credits:  1 elective credit

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  • Personal Finance & Economics - 20238V

    Students will learn about personal finance and economics including budgeting with intention, investing, saving, planning and money management, risk management, and credit. This course introduces students to the components of a comprehensive financial plan and provides insight into the world of economics. Students will evaluate the economic role of small businesses in the financial services industry. Upon successful completion of this one credit course students will earn a CTE course credit; this course fulfills the economics requirement needed for graduation.

    Prerequisites:  None
    Credits:  1 elective credit

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