Business and Technology courses provide opportunities for all students according to their interests and needs. Business and Technology has an important contribution to make in helping all students value themselves and develop the knowledge, skills, and qualities to succeed in a changing world.
The curriculum meets the diverse needs of students by preparing them to:
- manage their personal financial affairs;
- prepare for entry-level jobs; and
- prepare for higher education.
Business and Technology courses satisfy the Practical Arts/Technology credit requirements.
- Mr. Raymond Downing
- Ms. Candace Lane-Guy
- Ms. Rochelle Walker
|Advanced Journalism||Investment Management|
|Business Law*||Multimedia I|
|Career Development||Multimedia II|
|Computer Applications||Web Design I|
|Computer Technology*||Web Design II|
|Desktop Publishing||Word Processing|
*Community College of Aurora (CCA) college credit-Dual Credit is available for some of the business technology courses. These credits are applicable towards one of the listed associate's or bachelor's degrees depending on community college program enrollment requirements. See CCA's website for more information on Dual Credit and PSEO classes at www.ccaurora.edu/students/high-school-students
Business and Technology Curriculum Pacing Guides are available: