Course Number: B402301
Course Length: 2 quarters
This course is designed for any student wishing to pursue a career in business with a special interest in banking and finance. Using concepts of economics, banking and financial systems, students will demonstrate understanding of the interactive nature of global, national and local economic systems. Students will explore how individuals, households, businesses and governments use scare resources to satisfy peoples’ unlimited needs and wants.
Prerequisite: Computer Keyboarding
Course Number: B402001
Course Length: 1 semester
This is a course for any student wishing to pursue a business career. Using fundamental concepts of economics, a student shall demonstrate understanding of the interactive nature of global, national, and local, economic systems. The student will explore how individuals, households, businesses, and governments use scarce resources to satisfy unlimited wants and needs.
Course Number: B402501
Course Length: 2 Quarters
This course is designed to give students the tools and personal finance terminology to effectively manage their financial resources. Topics of interest will include budgets, checking, savings, investments, credit, housing, taxes and insurance.