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High School Course, 8D910 Business Computer Information Mgmt II Medical Front Office R 1 credit Gr 11 12. 8D915 Business Computer Information Mgmt II Medical Front Office DC. Prerequisite Business Computer Information Management I Recommended Prerequisite TSDE Keyboarding. Description In Business Information Management II students implement personal and interpersonal skills to strengthen individual. performance in the workplace and in society and make a successful transition to the workforce or postsecondary education Students. apply technical skills to address business applications of emerging technologies create complex word processing documents develop. sophisticated spreadsheets using charts and graphs and make an electronic presentation using appropriate multimedia software. Students apply technical skills to address Medical Front Office applications This course is in a pathway for a Level 1 certification at. Richland College Students will be provided an opportunity for a fee to gain the MOS Microsoft Office Specialist certification giving. them an advantage when seeking either full or part time employment Student must complete an interest form Course requirement. to be met For Dual Credit student must apply and be accepted into DC with DCCCD. 8D920 Business Computer Information Management II Business Lab R 2 credit Gr 11 12. 8D925 Business Computer Information Management II Business Lab DC. Prerequisite Business Computer Information Management I Recommended Prerequisite TSDE Keyboarding. Description In Business Information Management II students implement personal and interpersonal skills to strengthen individual. performance in the workplace and in society and make a successful transition to the workforce or postsecondary education Students. apply technical skills to address business applications of emerging technologies create complex word processing documents develop. sophisticated spreadsheets using charts and graphs and make an electronic presentation using appropriate multimedia software. During the lab students will enhance and develop skills necessary to pursue the industry recognized Microsoft Office Specialist MOS. certifications for a fee giving them an advantage when seeking either full or part time employment Student must complete an. interest form Course requirement to be met For Dual Credit student must apply and be accepted into DC with DCCCD. 8D926 Business Computer Information Mgmt II Medical Business Lab R 2 credit Gr 11 12. 8D927 Business Computer Information Mgmt II Medical Business Lab DC. Prerequisite Business Computer Information Management I Recommended Prerequisite TSDE Keyboarding. Description In Business Information Management II students implement personal and interpersonal skills to strengthen individual. performance in the workplace and in society and make a successful transition to the workforce or postsecondary education Students. apply technical skills to address business applications of emerging technologies create complex word processing documents develop. sophisticated spreadsheets using charts and graphs and make an electronic presentation using appropriate multimedia software. During the lab students will enhance and develop skills necessary to pursue the industry recognized Microsoft Office Specialist MOS. certifications for a fee giving them an advantage when seeking either full or part time employment This is a dual credit course and. additional college credit may be earned by successful passing of MOS certifications Student must complete an interest form Course. requirement to be met Dual Credit must apply and be accepted through DCCCD. 8D400 Business English R 1 credit Gr 12,8D405 Business English DC. Prerequisite English III Recommended Prerequisite Touch System Data Entry Keyboarding. Description Career and Technical Education course offering advanced English credit In Business English students enhance. communication and research skills by applying them to the business environment in addition to exchanging information and. producing properly formatted business documents using emerging technology Students are expected to plan draft and complete. written compositions on a regular basis The Dual Credit course is also part of a Medical Front Office Level I Certificate Student for. Dual Credit must apply and be accepted through DCCCD. NOTE All courses may not be offered on every campus. 2019 2020 School Year, Garland Independent School District in support of school districts and Career and Technical Education Programs does not discriminate on. the basis of sex disability race color age or national origin in its educational programs activities or employment as required by Title IX. Section 504 and Title VI,High School Course,8D230 Business Law R 1 credit Gr 10 12. 8D235 Business Law DC,Prerequisite None, Description Know your rights This course introduces law and the origins and necessity of the legal system and the evolution of.
business law Students will understand their rights and duties in today s society including employer employee relations your rights as. a consumer ethical and moral dilemmas and the ever changing legal implications of technology Business Law is designed for. students to analyze various aspects of the legal environment including ethics the judicial system contracts personal property sales. negotiable instruments agency and employment business organization risk management and real property. 8D930 Business Management Fall double blocked 1 credit Gr 11 12. R Prerequisite Business Computer Information Management I and Human Resources Mgmt. Description Do you have what it takes to be an effective manager of a business Business Management is designed to familiarize. students with the concepts related to business management as well as the functions of management including planning organizing. staffing leading and controlling Students will also demonstrate interpersonal and project management skills Students will build a. strong knowledge base and develop effective and successful management skills Successful managers know the importance of strong. teamwork Student must complete an interest form Course requirement to be met. 8F620 CCM Accounting I H 1 credit Gr 10 12,8F625 CCM Accounting I DC. R Prerequisite Lakeview Centennial High only part of the School of Business Principles of Business Marketing and Finance or any. other Business and Industry Endorsement Principles course. Description Accounting encompasses careers that record classify summarize analyze and communicate a business s financial. information business transactions for use in management decision making Accounting includes such activities as bookkeeping. systems design analysis and interpretation of accounting information Students investigate the field of accounting including how it. is impacted by industry standards as well as economic financial technological international social legal and ethical factors Special. emphasis is placed on the accounting equation and its application to basic steps of the accounting cycle special journals and ledgers. worksheets adjusting and closing entries special problems in the purchase and sale of merchandise notes and interest. depreciation accruals and prepaid items payroll records and personal income taxes Students complete practice sets or simulations. with the computer software Students formulate and interpret financial information for use in management decision making. 8D615 CCM Business Computer Information Management I DC 1 credit Gr 10 12. Prerequisite Touch Systems Data Entry Keyboarding, Description College and Career Magnet course offered only at LCHS CCM Business Computer Information Management I will be the. technology course required for students completing the Associate Degree program at Lakeview Centennial High School This course. prepares students to apply technology skills to personal workplace business situations focused on word processing spreadsheets. database telecommunications desktop publishing presentation management networking operating systems and emerging. technologies Students complete the course with an intermediate level skill in word processing spreadsheet and database. applications Students are provided the opportunity to gain OPAC Office Proficiency Assessment and Certification or MOS. Microsoft Office Specialist certification for a fee For Dual Credit the student must apply and be accepted into DC with DCCCD. NOTE All courses may not be offered on every campus. 2019 2020 School Year, Garland Independent School District in support of school districts and Career and Technical Education Programs does not discriminate on. the basis of sex disability race color age or national origin in its educational programs activities or employment as required by Title IX. Section 504 and Title VI,High School Course, 8D630 CCM Business Computer Information Management II H 1 credit Gr 11 12. 8D635 CCM Business Computer Information Management II H DC. Prerequisite CCM Business Computer Information Management I Recommended Prerequisite TSDE Keyboarding. Description In CCM Business Computer Information Management II students implement personal and interpersonal skills to. strengthen individual performance in the workplace and in society and make a successful transition to the workforce or. postsecondary education Students apply technical skills to address business applications of emerging technologies create complex. word processing documents develop sophisticated spreadsheets using charts and graphs and make an electronic presentation using. appropriate multimedia software During the course students will enhance and develop skills necessary to pursue the industry. recognized Microsoft Office Specialist MOS certifications for a fee giving them an advantage when seeking either full or part time. employment Dual Credit application needed for DC, 8D600 CCM Business Marketing and Finance R 1 credit Gr 9 12.
Prerequisite None, Description College and Career Magnet course offered only at LCHS CCM Students interested in pursuing a pathway in the LCHS. School of Business Students will gain knowledge and skills in economics personal finance marketing of goods and services including. advertising and product pricing and the impact of global business This course allows students to reinforce apply and transfer. academic knowledge and skills to a variety of interesting and relevant activities using project based learning problems and. settings in business marketing and finance Students gain knowledge and skills in economies and private enterprise systems the. impact of global business the marketing of goods and services advertising and product pricing Students analyze the sales process. and financial management principles, 8D670 CCM Capstone Project Based Research PBR H 1 credit Gr 12. Prerequisite Teacher recommendation, Description College and Career Magnet course offered only at LCHS this project based research course is for the students to have. the ability to work as a team to create business plans as they relate to real world problems Student teams will develop a business. using scientific methods of investigation and conduct in depth research Students will research various businesses to determine what. makes them a success or a failure The teams will compile their findings for an audience that includes experts in the field Students. may also have the opportunity to interview and intern with various businesses To attain success students must have the. opportunities to learn reinforce apply and transfer their knowledge skills and technologies in a variety of settings. 8D200 Global Business H 0 5 credit Gr 10 12,8D205 Global Business H DC. Prerequisite None, Description only at GHS or in GBL Global Business is designed for students to analyze global trade theories international monetary.
systems trade policies politics and laws relating to global business as well as cultural issues logistics and international human. resource management Students may have an opportunity to travel to World Trade Center in Dallas for tour and presentation by. international business owners, GBL School of Global Business Language and Leadership course is offered only at Naaman Forest High. 8D520 GBL Business Computer Information Management I H 1 credit Gr 9 12. 8D525 GBL Business Computer Information Management I H DC. Prerequisite Touch Systems Data Entry Keyboarding, Description GBL Business Computer Information Management I is a required course in the School of GBL This course prepares. students to apply technology skills to personal workplace business situations focused on word processing spreadsheets database. telecommunications desktop publishing presentation management networking operating systems and emerging technologies. Students complete the course with an intermediate level skill in word processing spreadsheet and database applications Students. will be required to complete four of the MOS Microsoft Office Specialist certifications example Word Excel PPT Access Outlook. NOTE All courses may not be offered on every campus. 2019 2020 School Year, Garland Independent School District in support of school districts and Career and Technical Education Programs does not discriminate on. the basis of sex disability race color age or national origin in its educational programs activities or employment as required by Title IX. Section 504 and Title VI,High School Course, 8D530 GBL Business Computer Information Management II H 1 credit Gr 10 12. 8D535 GBL Business Computer Information Management II H DC. Prerequisite GBL Business Computer Information Management I. Description Students implement personal and interpersonal skills to strengthen individual performance in the workplace and in. society to make a successful transition to the workforce or postsecondary education Students apply technical skills to. address business applications of emerging technologies create complex word processing documents develop sophisticated. spreadsheets using charts and graphs and make an electronic presentation using appropriate multimedia software This course is. offered as a dual credit or Tech Prep credit through DCCCD Students will be provided an opportunity for a fee to gain the MOS. Microsoft Office Specialist certification giving them an advantage when seeking either full or part time employment. 8D540 GBL Business Law H 1 credit Gr 10 12,Prerequisite None.
Description Know your rights This course introduces law and the origins and necessity of the legal system and the evolution of. business law Students will understand their rights and duties in today s society including employer employee relations your rights as. a consumer ethical and moral dilemmas and the ever changing legal implications of technology This is a project based course and. students will learn about how the laws affect businesses globally. 8D570 GBL Capstone Project Based Research PBR H 1 credit Gr 12. Prerequisite Teacher recommendation two courses in cluster with one advanced recommended. Description GBL only at NFHS The GBL Capstone Project Based Research is a course for students to research a real world problem. Students are matched with a mentor from the business or professional community to develop an original project on a topic related to. career interests Students use scientific methods of investigation to conduct in depth research compile findings and present their. findings to an audience that includes experts in the field To attain academic success students must have opportunities to learn. reinforce apply and transfer their knowledge and skills in a variety of settings This course is designed as a capstone course to be. taken at the end of the Global Business Academy,8N540 GBL Entrepreneurship R 1 credit Gr 10 12. R Prerequisite GBL Principles of Business Marketing and Finance. Description GBL only at NFHS Students will gain the knowledge and skills needed to become an entrepreneur Students will learn. the principles necessary to begin and operate a business The primary focus of the course is to help students understand the process. of analyzing a business opportunity preparing a business plan determining feasibility of an idea using research and developing a. plan to organize and promote the business and its products and services In addition students understand the capital required the. return on investment desired and the potential for profit. 8D560 GBL Global Business H 0 5 credit Gr 10 12,8D565 GBL Global Business H DC. Prerequisite None, Description GBL Students interested in pursuing a pathway in the School of Global Business Language and Leadership at NFHS. Global Business is designed for students to analyze global trade theories international monetary systems trade policies politics and. laws relating to global business as well as cultural issues logistics and international human resource management Students may. have an opportunity to travel to World Trade Center in Dallas for tour and presentation by international business owners. NOTE All courses may not be offered on every campus. 2019 2020 School Year, Garland Independent School District in support of school districts and Career and Technical Education Programs does not discriminate on. the basis of sex disability race color age or national origin in its educational programs activities or employment as required by Title IX. Section 504 and Title VI,High School Course, 8D550 GBL Human Resources Management 0 5 credit Gr 10 12.
Prerequisite None, Description School of Global Business Language and Leadership course is offered only at NFHS Human Resources Management is. designed to familiarize students with the concepts related to human resource management including legal requirements. recruitment and employee selection methods and employee development and evaluation Students will also become familiar with. compensation and benefits programs as well as workplace safety employee management relations and global impacts on human. resources Students recognize evaluate and prepare for a rapidly evolving global business environment that requires flexibility and. adaptability Students analyze the primary functions of human resources management which include recruitment selection training. development and compensation Topics will incorporate social responsibility of business and industry Students develop a foundation. in the economic financial technological international social and ethical aspects of human resources in order to become competent. managers employees and entrepreneurs Students incorporate a broad base of knowledge that includes the legal managerial. financial ethical and international dimensions of business to make appropriate human resources decisions. 8D510 GBL Principles of Business Marketing and Finance H 1 credit Gr 9 12. 8D515 GBL Principles of Business Marketing and Finance DC. Prerequisite None, Description GBL Students interested in pursuing a pathway in the School of Global Business Language and Leadership at NFHS. Students will gain knowledge and skills in economics personal finance marketing of goods and services including advertising and. product pricing and the impact of global business This course allows students to reinforce apply and transfer academic knowledge. and skills to a variety of interesting and relevant activities using challenged based learning problems and settings in business. marketing and finance Dual Credit application and acceptance for DC This course aligns with BUSI 1301 at Richland College. 8H910 Health Informatics R Spring double blocked 1 credit Gr 11 12. Prerequisite Prerequisites Business Computer Information Management I and Medical Terminology. Description The Health Informatics course is designed to provide knowledge of one of the fastest growing areas in both academic. and professional fields The large gap between state of the art computer technologies and the state of affairs in health care. information technology has generated demand for information and health professionals who can effectively design develop and use. technologies such as electronic medical records patient monitoring systems and digital libraries while managing the vast amount of. data generated by these systems Student must make application and be accepted into the program. 8D220 Human Resources Management 0 5 credit Gr 10 12. Prerequisite None, Description Human Resources Management is designed to familiarize students with the concepts related to human resource. management including legal requirements recruitment and employee selection methods and employee development and. evaluation Students will also become familiar with compensation and benefits programs as well as workplace safety employee. management relations and global impacts on human resources. 8F900 Insurance Operations Spring double blocked 1 credit Gr 11 12. R Prerequisite Principles of Business Marketing and Finance or any other Business and Industry Endorsement Principles course. Description Insurance Operations focuses on planning services for financial and investment planning banking insurance and. business financial management Students will understand the laws and regulations in order to manage business operations and. transactions in the insurance industry This class will focus on all aspects insurance such as automobile coverage homeowners flood. and earthquake insurance commercial property insurance commercial liability title insurance life insurance health insurance long. term care insurance cancer insurance Medicare and Medicaid This is part of the Business Management Pathway Student must. make application and be accepted into the program, NOTE All courses may not be offered on every campus. 2019 2020 School Year, Garland Independent School District in support of school districts and Career and Technical Education Programs does not discriminate on.
the basis of sex disability race color age or national origin in its educational programs activities or employment as required by Title IX. Section 504 and Title VI,High School Course, 8H905 Medical Terminology Front Office DC Fall double blocked 1 credit Gr 11 12. Prerequisite None, Description The Medical Terminology course is designed to introduce students to the structure of medical terms including prefixes. suffixes word roots singular and plural forms and medical abbreviations The course allows students to achieve comprehension of. medical vocabulary appropriate to medical procedures human anatomy and physiology and pathophysiology The Student must also. apply to DCCCD and be enrolled in the Medical Terminology class with El Centro College The High School teacher is adjunct with El. Centro College of Allied Health This course is part of the Medical Front Office Pathway The Student must also apply to DCCCD and. be enrolled in the Medical Terminology class with El Centro College The High School teacher is adjunct with El Centro College of. Allied Health For Medical Front Office Certificate through Richland College all courses in Medical Front Office must be Dual Credit. Student must make application and be accepted into the program. 8D940 Practicum in Business Management I Medical Front Office R 2 credits Gr 11 12. 8D945 Practicum in Business Management I Medical Front Office DC. Prerequisite 16 years of age Recommended Prerequisite Touch System Data Entry Keyboarding or Business Computer Information. Management II, Description Practicum in Business Management I Medical Front Office is designed to give students supervised practical application. of previously studied knowledge and skills with an emphasis on medical applications Practicum experiences occur in a paid or unpaid. arrangement and a variety of locations appropriate to the nature and level of experience Students implement personal and. interpersonal skills to strengthen individual performance in the workplace and in society and to make a successful transition to the. workforce or postsecondary education Students apply technical skills to address business applications of emerging technologies. Students develop a foundation in the economic financial technological international social and ethical aspects of business to. become competent consumers employees and entrepreneurs Students enhance reading writing computing communication and. reasoning skills and apply them to the business environment Students incorporate a broad base of knowledge that includes the legal. managerial marketing financial ethical and international dimensions of business to make appropriate business decisions This class. prepares the student for Microsoft Office Specialist certification which gives them an advantage when seeking either full or part time. employment and or entering college Student must make application and be accepted into the program. 8D950 Practicum in Business Management I R 2 credits Gr 12. 8D955 Practicum in Business Management I DC, Prerequisite 16 years of age Recommended Prerequisite Touch System Data Entry Keyboarding or Business Computer Information. Management II, Description Practicum in Business Management I is designed to give students supervised practical application of previously studied.
knowledge and skills Practicum experiences occur in a paid or unpaid arrangement and a variety of locations appropriate to the. nature and level of experience Students implement personal and interpersonal skills to strengthen individual performance in the. workplace and in society and to make a successful transition to the workforce or postsecondary education Students apply technical. skills to address business applications of emerging technologies Students develop a foundation in the economic financial. technological international social and ethical aspects of business to become competent consumers employees and entrepreneurs. Students enhance reading writing computing communication and reasoning skills and apply them to the business environment. Students incorporate a broad base of knowledge that includes the legal managerial marketing financial ethical and international. dimensions of business to make appropriate business decisions This class prepares the student for Microsoft Office Specialist. certification which gives them an advantage when seeking either full or part time employment and or entering college Student must. make application and be accepted into the program, NOTE All courses may not be offered on every campus. 2019 2020 School Year, Garland Independent School District in support of school districts and Career and Technical Education Programs does not discriminate on. the basis of sex disability race color age or national origin in its educational programs activities or employment as required by Title IX. Section 504 and Title VI,High School Course, 8D960 Practicum in Business Mgmt I Medical Front Office Extended 3 credits Gr 11 12. 8D965 Practicum in Business Management I Medical Front Office Extended DC. Prerequisite 16 years of age Recommended Prerequisite Touch System Data Entry Keyboarding or Business Computer Information. Management II, Description Practicum in Business Management I Medical Front Office is designed to give students supervised practical application. of previously studied knowledge and skills with an emphasis on medical applications Practicum experiences occur in a paid or unpaid. arrangement and a variety of locations appropriate to the nature and level of experience Students implement personal and. interpersonal skills to strengthen individual performance in the workplace and in society and to make a successful transition to the. workforce or postsecondary education Students apply technical skills to address business applications of emerging technologies. Students develop a foundation in the economic financial technological international social and ethical aspects of business to. become competent consumers employees and entrepreneurs Students enhance reading writing computing communication and. reasoning skills and apply them to the business environment Students incorporate a broad base of knowledge that includes the legal. managerial marketing financial ethical and international dimensions of business to make appropriate business decisions This class. prepares the student for Microsoft Office Specialist certification which gives them an advantage when seeking either full or part time. employment and or entering college Student must make application and be accepted into the program. 8D970 Practicum in Business Management I Extended R 3 credits Gr 12. 8D975 Practicum in Business Management I Extended DC. Prerequisite 16 years of age Recommended Prerequisite Touch System Data Entry Keyboarding or Business Computer Information. Management II, Description Practicum in Business Management I is designed to give students supervised practical application of previously studied.
knowledge and skills Practicum experiences occur in a paid or unpaid arrangement and a variety of locations appropriate to the. nature and level of experience Students implement personal and interpersonal skills to strengthen individual performance in the. workplace and in society and to make a successful transition to the workforce or postsecondary education apply technical skills to. address business applications of emerging technologies develop a foundation in the economic financial technological international. social and ethical aspects of business to become competent consumers employees and entrepreneurs Students enhance reading. writing computing communication and reasoning skills and apply them to the business environment Students incorporate a broad. base of knowledge that includes the legal managerial marketing financial ethical and international dimensions of business to make. appropriate business decisions This class prepares the student for Microsoft Office Specialist certification which gives them an. advantage when seeking either full or part time employment and or entering college Space may be limited. 8D100 Principles of Business Marketing Finance R 1 credit Gr 9 12. 8D105 Principles of Business Marketing Finance DC,Prerequisite None. Description In Principles of Business Marketing and Finance students gain knowledge and skills in economies and private. enterprise systems the impact of global business the marketing of goods and services advertising and product pricing Students. analyze the sales process and financial management principles This course allows students to reinforce apply and transfer academic. knowledge and skills to a variety of interesting and relevant activities problems and settings in business marketing and finance. 8C110 Professional Communication R 0 5 credit Gr 9 12. Prerequisite None, Description Professional Communications blends written oral and graphic communication in a career based environment Careers. in the global economy require individuals to be creative and have a strong background in computer and technology applications a. strong and solid academic foundation and a proficiency in professional oral and written communication Within this context. students will be expected to develop and expand the ability to write read edit speak listen apply software applications manipulate. computer graphics and conduct Internet research, NOTE All courses may not be offered on every campus. 2019 2020 School Year, Garland Independent School District in support of school districts and Career and Technical Education Programs does not discriminate on. the basis of sex disability race color age or national origin in its educational programs activities or employment as required by Title IX. Section 504 and Title VI,High School Course, 8D110 Touch System Data Entry Keyboarding R 0 5 credit Gr 9 12.
8D115 Touch System Data Entry Keyboarding DC,Prerequisite None. Description In Touch System Data Entry students apply technical skills to address business applications of emerging technologies. Students enhance reading writing computing communication and reasoning skills and apply them to the business environment. Students will need to apply touch system data entry for production of business documents For Dual Credit there will be an emphasis. on Medical Front Office skills as part of a Medical Front Office Level I Certificate with Richland College Student must apply and be. accepted for Dual Credit,8D210 Virtual Business R 0 5 credits Gr 10 12. R Prerequisite Touch System Data Entry Keyboarding. Description RHS only Virtual Business is designed for students to start a virtual business by creating a web presence conducting. online and off line marketing examining contracts appropriate for an online business and demonstrating project management skills. Students will also demonstrate bookkeeping skills for a virtual business maintain business records and understand legal issues. associated with a virtual business Students will be able to provide administrative creative and technical services using advanced. technological modes of communications and data delivery The student will build a functional website that incorporates the. essentials of a virtual business, NOTE All courses may not be offered on every campus. 2019 2020 School Year, Garland Independent School District in support of school districts and Career and Technical Education Programs does not discriminate on. the basis of sex disability race color age or national origin in its educational programs activities or employment as required by Title IX.


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