Computer Programming A is the first course in programming. It uses the Java programming language to introduce students to the foundations of all computer programming. Students learn about basic output, working with variables, basic input, mathematics in programming, and basic control methods. Student who would like to continue to learn more programming concepts are required to complete this entire course before they can take the Computer Programming B course.
Have a Facebook account? What about Twitter? Whether you’ve already dipped your toes in the waters of social media or are still standing on the shore wondering what to make of it all, learning how to interact on various social media platforms is crucial in order to survive and thrive in this age of digital communication. In this course, you’ll learn the ins and outs of social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, and more. You’ll also discover other types of social media you may not have been aware of and how to use them for your benefit—personally, academically, and eventually professionally as well. If you thought social media platforms were just a place to keep track of friends and share personal photos, this course will show you how to use these resources in much more powerful ways.
Do you dream of owning your own business? This course can give you a head start in learning about what you’ll need to own and operate a successful business. Students will explore creating a business plan, financing a business, and pricing products and services.
This course will educate students about sound money management planning and decisions. Students will develop positive behaviors that are necessary to attain a secure future.
Introduction to Business is designed to show what businesses are, how they are operated and how they are managed. You will explore business opportunities and learn how to make informed economic decisions in our global economy.
Do you enjoy sports? Do you enjoy traveling? Do you enjoy finding out the latest trends from Hollywood? Then this is the class for you. This course will introduce you to the basic principles of economics, marketing, and merchandising through two growing and unique areas; SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT. Learn how markets use sports agents, sponsorships, and public relation tools to capture the American audience.
This is an extremely desirable elective for students going to college who might be cosidering business, social sciences, or technical fields. The course’s primary emphasis is with general computer problem-solving techniques. This course introduces HTML (the language behind the creation of web pages), networking concepts, and the programming language C++. Current technologies are explored using freeware and shareware programs.
Completion of an Algebra 1 or equivalent course is required.