- Marketing and Finance
- Marketing 1
- Personal Finance / Building Wealth
Marketing and Management Principles I
This course substitutes for the required economics credit
A study of marketing concepts and principles and their practical application. Students will examine risks and challenges marketers face to establish a competitive edge. Subject matter includes economics, marketing foundations/functions with emphasis on selling, promotion, product/service management, pricing and distribution. In addition, this course will explore human resource and leadership development.
Personal Finance and Building Wealth
This course substitutes for the required personal finance credit
Personal Finance and Building Wealth is a course which develops student understanding and skills in such areas as types of personal finance and investments, the stock market, and stock valuation. Students acquire an understanding and appreciation of the need for saving and investing. The capstone activity of the course is the development of a diversified stock portfolio. Throughout the course, students are presented problem-solving situations for which they must apply academic and critical-thinking skills. Application of investment strategies is an on-going component of the course.
Foundations of the Hospitatility Industry
This course introduces students to the hospitality industry, its various components an available career opportunities. Content will provide a foundation for further study in the areas of culinary arts, lodging, travel and tourism.