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  • This course is designed to help Juniors prepare for their future careers and/or entrance into college.  Units of study will include: planning for careers, applying for and accepting employment, insurance, investments, basic economics, mathematical understanding of credit and debit, college planning and scholarships, and SAT prep.

    Guest access: FA 20-2nd Hr (MW) Personal Finance - Room C105Self enrolment: FA 20-2nd Hr (MW) Personal Finance - Room C105
  • This course is designed to help Juniors prepare for their future careers and/or entrance into college.  Units of study will include: planning for careers, applying for and accepting employment, insurance, investments, basic economics, mathematical understanding of credit and debit, college planning and scholarships, and SAT prep.

    Guest access: FA 20-3rd Hr (MW) Personal Finance (Room C107)Self enrolment: FA 20-3rd Hr (MW) Personal Finance (Room C107)
  • This course is designed to help Juniors prepare for their future careers and/or entrance into college.  Units of study will include: planning for careers, applying for and accepting employment, insurance, investments, basic economics, mathematical understanding of credit and debit, college planning and scholarships, and SAT prep.

    Guest access: FA 20-4th Hr (MW) Personal Finance Room C111Self enrolment: FA 20-4th Hr (MW) Personal Finance Room C111
  • This course is designed to help Juniors prepare for their future careers and/or entrance into college.  Units of study will include: planning for careers, applying for and accepting employment, insurance, investments, basic economics, mathematical understanding of credit and debit, college planning and scholarships, and SAT prep.

    Guest access: FA 20-1st Hr (TTh) Personal Finance (Room D105)Self enrolment: FA 20-1st Hr (TTh) Personal Finance (Room D105)
  • Business and Marketing Essentials (Standard), an introductory business and marketing course, enables students to acquire a realistic understanding of business processes and activities. Students examine fundamental economic concepts, the business environment, and primary business activities. They develop an understanding of and skills in such areas as customer relations, economics, emotional intelligence, financial analysis, human resources management, information management, marketing,operations, professional development, and strategic management. Throughout the course, students are presented ethical dilemmas and problem-solving situations for which they must apply academic and critical-thinking skills

    Guest access: 2020-21 Business & Marketing Essentials-2nd Hr (T-Th) Cohort 9C Room B201Self enrolment: 2020-21 Business & Marketing Essentials-2nd Hr (T-Th) Cohort 9C Room B201
  • This is a dual enrollment college level course, extra work will be required. The first semester of accounting includes the process of recording business transactions in an orderly fashion and preparing financial statements for a service business.  During the second semester, concepts are practiced for a merchandising business. The Accounting Cycle includes analysis of business transactions, journalizing, posting, worksheets, financial statements, banking activities, accounts payable, accounts receivable, and payroll. This course provides the learner with an entry-level job skill. Successful completion of this course with a “C” or better will earn 4 credit hours at Trinidad State Junior College.

    Self enrolment: ACC121 - Accounting I
  • Do students know or have what it takes to make it in the business world? If business is in their future thoughts, this course will give them the opportunity to understand the business world better. This course is an introduction to many business subjects and will familiarize students with many subjects offered in the Business Department. Topics of study include: economic systems; personal finance; one's role as a consumer; using banking services; making wise credit decisions; saving and investing money; taxes; introduction to accounting; entrepreneurship, business management, marketing and government regulation. This is a college level course and will require work outside of class.

    Self enrolment: BUS115-Intro to Business

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