Business Law & Ethics is a course designed to provide students with the understanding of how our laws were created and evolved historically, as well as, a more specific study of law as it applies to the business world.  The course also incorporates ethical decision making in the workplace.  Some of the major topics that are a part of the course include:  Contracts (buying, selling, and employment), laws involving credit, business ethics, property laws, negotiable instruments, and insurance and business organization. The course meets one period per day for a total of 120 hours and carries one credit.

Accounting II is a course designed to be a continuation of general accounting principles and prepare students for business employment and post high school study in this discipline.  Topics include expanded entries for a merchandising business, financial reports, computerized income taxes, and inventory control.  Students complete a simulation project for a merchandising business organized as a partnership that uses source documents for the business transactions. The course meets one period per day for a total of 120 hours and carries one credit.

Accounting I is a course designed to prepare students for business employment and for advanced study in this discipline.  In this course, a system of basic accounting for proprietorships and partnerships is presented.  Students are introduced to basic accounting terminology, the accounting cycle, financial statements, payroll records, and cash control/checking.  The students will also complete a business accounting simulation project that covers a complete accounting cycle for a service business organized as a proprietorship.  The course meets one period per day for a total of 120 hours and carries one credit.

Business Management is a course designed to provide students with the understanding of how business organizations work and are managed, along with developing the needed technical knowledge and skills used in business. The major emphasis is to prepare students with business knowledge, responsible business management skills, and attitudes needed to become a productive citizen in a highly ever-changing business society.  This course will also prepare students with personal financing skills. The course meets one period per day for a total of 120 hours and carries one credit.

Introduction to Business is designed to introduce students to the world of business and to help prepare them for a more meaningful and beneficial interaction with business.  It helps students understand what the role of business is in our society and what their relationship is to business.  It prepares students to deal with and become part of the contemporary business world or interact with business utilizing modern technology.  The course meets one period per day for a total of 120 hours and carries one credit.