Business Education

Course Offerings Business & Information Systems Plan of Study: Career Opportunities 4 Year Plan Postsecondary Education


The Business Education program is dedicated to providing students with fundamental business knowledge and skills. Students develop ethical business standards and personal and professional excellence for career preparation, educational advancement and personal success. Course content reflects emerging technology with some courses leading to advance placement in post-secondary schools and opportunities for specialist certification. Students are encouraged to join the Future Business Leaders of America, an organization that fosters leadership development, community involvement and participation in state and national competitive events.

 



Instructors

Mission Statement

Ben Berg
Maria Carpenter

Cassie Vetter
Eric Pearson
Lisa Wolf
Sandra Larson

Sandra Lambert
Scott Delorme

 

The basic purpose of business education is to:

  • Prepare individuals for successful careers in business and industry.
  • Prepare a competent workforce that will enable business and industry to be competitive in a global economy.
  • Prepare individuals to manage personal business affairs, making them successful and productive citizens.
  • Provide, support and reinforce basic-skill instruction.
  • Provide individuals with the foundation they need to pursue higher education.

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Business students shown above working on web pages.


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Course Offerings

 

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0300 - Intro to Business & Marketing (1/2 credit): Enter the world of business and marketing with a variety of hands-on activities, including group and individual projects and simulations. Learn about business in the global marketplace, economic systems, marketing, business organization, management and business math. Sharpen your business skills and create your own business project. Students are encouraged to join FBLA. (Open to grades 9 & 10).
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0301 - World of Work (1/2 credit): Are you ready to join today’s workforce? You will be after taking this course which is designed to prepare you for the world of work by developing business communications, ethics in the workplace and basic leadership and entrepreneurship skills. Students will complete a job application, W-4, resume project and participate in mock job interviews. (Open to grades 9 & 10).
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0302 - Word Processing (1/2 credit): Receive a basic foundation in a skill needed in today’s computer society. After the initial keyboard presentation, practical skills are developed through the introduction of correspondence, tabulations, reports, and the number pad. Emphasis is placed on self-discipline, accuracy, work habits, and speed. All work is completed at the computer using word processing software. (Open to grades 9 & 10).
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0303 - Introduction to Computer Applications (1/2 credit): A must for everyone of the computer generation preparing for college or the business world. This hands-on introduction to various computer application programs includes word processing, spreadsheets, and presentation software. Learn to format reports, letters, memos, tables, etc. as well as create spreadsheets and visual presentations. (Open to grades 9, 10).
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0327 - Current Technologies (1/2 credit): If you would like to learn to be more tech savy, this class is for you. This class will focus on the use of Facebook, Twitter, image and video editing, Flash, wikis, blogs, and cell phones. New applications may be added as they become available. (Open to grades 9, 10, 11, 12).
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0305 - Web Page Design (1/2 credit):Learn how to design, create and maintain web pages using HTML code and Dreamwweaver. These activities will be implemented with classroom projects. New applications may be added as they become available. (Open to grades 9, 10, 11, 12).
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0315 - Sports & Activities Multimedia (1/2 credit): Students will use digital images and videos to create meaningful documentation, production, and presentations of Minot High School events. Images, logos, backgrounds, and navigation tools for digital display will be used in multimedia and Internet applications. The topics of image-editing, animation, file compression, digital audio/video editing, and planning for multimedia applications will also be discussed. Enhancements include proper format and appropriate use of graphics, animations, and transitions. Use of various modes of communicating using web pages and social media will also be implemented. Students who take this class for a second semester will move into a leadership role in creating multimedia. (Open to grades 9, 10, 11, & 12).
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0313 - Accounting I (1/2 credit): Accounting I will introduce students to personal and business accounting for use in their everyday lives. Students are instructed in procedures with beginning accounting for a small business. This course is beneficial to all students because nearly everyone earns money and must submit income tax reports or keep personal financial records. Integrated automated accounting provides “hands-on” experience with computer business applications. Activities include speakers and field trips. (Open to grades 10, 11 & 12).
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0314 - Accounting II (1/2 credit): Students will continue learning accounting procedures for personal and business use. Instruction will cover the accounting cycle for a sole proprietorship and partnership. The automated accounting software will also be used for this course. Students will be introduced to basic corporate accounting, including stocks and bonds. Activities include speakers and field trips. (Prerequisite-Accounting I) (Open to grade 10, 11, 12).
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0309 - Business & Personal Law (1/2 credit): This course is designed to provide an awareness of the law as it relates to the student’s role as a consumer. The course provides the knowledge necessary for high school students to live and work as productive citizens in today’s society. Emphasis is placed on principles of the law, enforcement, the court system, crimes and torts, law for the minor and consumer awareness. The course is supplemented by numerous field trips to various court settings and community guest speakers. (Open to grades 11 & 12).
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0326 - Personal Finance (1/2 credit): This course is designed to focus on money management, income, spending and credit, as well as saving and investing. Students will learn how to create personal and household budgets, use checking and savings accounts, demonstrate knowledge of finance, debt, credit management, insurance and taxes. (Open to grades 10, 11, 12).
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0307 - Advanced Computer Applications - MS Word/PowerPoint (1/2 credit): Take your communication and employability skills to a higher level while creating professional documents and presentations for business and personal use. Students will gain an in-depth knowledge of Microsoft software and have the opportunity to earn dual credit (optional) from Minot State University. This course builds on the basic skills by completing a variety of advanced business related functions including: working with tables, charts, and graphics to create promotional materials and presentations; using templates, mail merge, form letters, and macros to boost work place productivity; and preparing you for the work or post-secondary environment. (Open to grades 11 & 12) (Optional Dual Credit).
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0308 - Advanced Computer Applications - MS Excel (1/2 credit): Move beyond the basics to an advanced level of creating spreadsheets, graphs, databases, and macros for business and personal use. Students will gain an in-depth knowledge of Microsoft software and have the opportunity to earn dual credit (optional) from Minot State University. Upon completion of this course, students will demonstrate a working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, apply concepts learned to independently challenge problems, create and manage information using computer technology, and be better prepared for the work or post-secondary environment. (Open to grades 11 & 12) (Optional Dual Credit).
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0317 - Entrepreneurship (1/2 credit): Students will be provided with information relating to owning and operating their own business. Throughout the semester, students complete a business plan for a specific type of business of their choosing. They will also complete various projects relating to that business including business cards, billboards, flyers, brochures, job applications, surveys and letterheads. Guest speakers from the community and class field trips to various businesses supplement the course. (Open to grades 11 & 12).
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0318 - Advanced Entrepreneurship (1/2 credit):Students in this course will continue to learn more about owning their own business. Special activities include product inventions, job-shadowing experiences in the community, office set-ups, TV and radio commercials, PowerPoint presentations, and international business projects. Emphasis will be placed on the financial, marketing, and management aspects of being a small business owner. Guest speakers from the community and class field trips to various businesses supplement the course. (Prerequisite-Entrepreneurship) (Open to grades 11, 12).
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0320 - Cooperative Work Experience for Business Education (1/2 credit per semester): Students employed in a Business related job during the school year may receive high school credit through the Cooperative Work Experience program. The employment must be preceded by, or concurrent with, classroom instruction related to the work experience. A specific training plan will be developed with the employer for each student consistent with the student’s related classroom instruction and occupational goals. On-site visits will take place during the student’s placement. In addition to the cooperative work experience, students must be enrolled in seven classes (junior year) or six classes (senior year). (Open to grades 11 & 12).
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* Summer Internships are available for incoming juniors and seniors. Contact your counselor for more information.

 

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BUSINESS EDUCATION
PLAN OF STUDY


The Minot High School Business & Office Technology Program prepares students for occupations within the Business, Management & Administration Career Cluster with some occupations overlapping into the Marketing, Sales & Service and Finance Career Clusters. Click on each cluster below to learn more.

Click here for the Minot High School Coordinated Plans of Study document that should be used in determing eligibility for the North Dakota Career & Technical Education Scholarship.


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Career Opportunities


Below is a sampling of career opportunities in Business, Management & Administration. Careers in Marketing, Sales & Service and Finance often overlap and enhance careers in Business, Management & Administration creating a list of career pathways that is often shared between the three clusters.

Click on the letter of the alphabet below to find your career. For detailed information on each career, go to O*NET, type in the O*NET SOC Code, and do a related career search. O*NET (formerly Dictionary of Occupational Titles)


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B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z

A

O*NET SOC Code

Accountants and Auditors

13-2011

Administrative Services Managers

11-3011

Advertising and Promotions Managers

11-2011

Advertising Sales Agents

41-3011

Agents and Business Managers of Artists, Performers, and Athletes

13-1011

Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate ...

13-2021

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B

O*NET SOC Code

Bill and Account Collectors

43-3011

Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine Operators

43-3021

Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks

43-3031

Brokerage Clerks

43-4011

Budget Analysts ..

13-2031

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C

O*NET SOC Code

Cargo and Freight Agents

43-5011

Cashiers

41-2011

Chief Executives

11-1011

Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators

13-1031

Compensation and Benefits Managers

11-3041

Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists

13-1072

Compliance Officers, Except Agriculture, Construction, Health and Safety, and Transportation

13-1041

Computer and Information Systems Managers

11-3021

Computer Operators

43-9011

Construction Managers

11-9021

Cost Estimators

13-1051

Correspondence Clerks

43-4021

Counter and Rental Clerks

41-2021

Couriers and Messengers

43-5021

Court, Municipal, and License Clerks

43-4031

Court Reporters

23-2091

Credit Analysts

13-2041

Credit Authorizers, Checkers, and Clerks

43-4041

Customer Service Representatives

43-4051

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D

O*NET SOC Code

Data Entry Keyers

43-9021

Demonstrators and Product Promoters

41-9011

Desktop Publishers

43-9031

Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance

43-5032

Door-to-Door Sales Workers, News and Street Vendors, and Related Worker

41-9091

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E

O*NET SOC Code

Education Administrators, Elementary and Secondary School

11-9032

Education Administrators, Postsecondary

11-9033

Education Administrators, Preschool and Child Care Center/Program

11-9031

Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs

43-4061

Emergency Management Specialists

13-1061

Employment, Recruitment, and Placement Specialists

13-1071

Engineering Managers

11-9041

Executive Secretaries and Administrative Assistants

43-6011

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F

O*NET SOC Code

Farm, Ranch, and Other Agricultural Managers

11-9011

Farmers and Ranchers

11-9012

File Clerks

43-4071

Financial Analysts

13-2051

Financial Examiners

13-2061

Financial Managers

11-3031

First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Non-Retail Sales Workers

41-1012

First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Office and Administrative Support Workers

43-1011

First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Retail Sales Workers

41-1011

Food Service Managers

11-9051

Funeral Directors

11-9061

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G

O*NET SOC Code

Gaming Cage Workers

43-3041

Gaming Change Persons and Booth Cashiers

41-2012

Gaming Managers

11-9071

General and Operations Managers

11-1021

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H

O*NET SOC Code

Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks

43-4081

Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and Timekeeping

43-4161

Human Resources Managers

11-3040

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I

O*NET SOC Code

Industrial Production Managers

11-3051

Insurance Appraisers, Auto Damage

13-1032

Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks

43-9041

Insurance Sales Agents

41-3021

Insurance Underwriters

13-2053

Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan

43-4111

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L

O*NET SOC Code

Law Clerks

23-2092

Legal Secretaries

43-6012

Legislators

11-1031

Library Assistants, Clerical

43-4121

Loan Counselors

13-2071

Loan Interviewers and Clerks

43-4131

Loan Officers

13-2072

Lodging Managers

11-9081

Logisticians

13-1081

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M

O*NET SOC Code

Mail Clerks and Mail Machine Operators, Except Postal Service

43-9051

Management Analysts

13-1111

Marketing Managers

11-2021

Medical and Health Services Managers

11-9111

Medical Secretaries

43-6013

Meeting and Convention Planners

13-1121

Meter Readers, Utilities

43-5041

Models

41-9012

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N

O*NET SOC Code

Natural Sciences Managers

11-9121

New Accounts Clerks

43-4141

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O

O*NET SOC Code

Office Clerks, General

43-9061

Office Machine Operators, Except Computer

43-9071

Order Clerks

43-4151

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P

O*NET SOC Code

Parts Salespersons

41-2022

Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks

43-3051

Personal Financial Advisors

13-2052

Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers

43-5031

Postal Service Clerks

43-5051

Postal Service Mail Carriers

43-5052

Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors, and Processing Machine Operators

43-5053

Postmasters and Mail Superintendents

11-9131

Procurement Clerks

43-3061

Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks

43-5061

Proofreaders and Copy Markers

43-9081

Property, Real Estate, and Community Association Managers

11-9141

Public Relations Managers

11-2031

Purchasing Agents and Buyers, Farm Products

13-1021

Purchasing Agents, Except Wholesale, Retail, and Farm Products

13-1023

Purchasing Managers

11-3061

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R

O*NET SOC Code

Real Estate Brokers

41-9021

Real Estate Sales Agents

41-9022

Receptionists and Information Clerks

43-4171

Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and Travel Clerks

43-4181

Retail Salespersons

41-2031

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S

O*NET SOC Code

Sales Engineers

41-9031

Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Except Technical and Scientific Products

41-4012

Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific Products

41-4011

Sales Managers

11-2022

Secretaries, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive

43-6014

Securities, Commodities, and Financial Services Sales Agents

41-3031

Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks

43-5071

Social and Community Service Managers

11-9151

Statistical Assistants

43-9111

Stock Clerks and Order Fillers

43-5081

Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service

43-2011

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T

O*NET SOC Code

Tax Examiners, Collectors, and Revenue Agents

13-2081

Tax Preparers

13-2082

Telephone Operators

43-2021

Telemarketers

41-9041

Tellers

43-3071

Title Examiners, Abstractors, and Searchers

23-2093

Training and Development Managers

11-3042

Training and Development Specialists

13-1073

Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers

11-3071

Travel Agents

41-3041

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W

O*NET SOC Code

Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers, Record Keeping

43-5111

Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products

13-1022

Word Processors and Typists

43-9022

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Additional Career Titles

(Without O*NET SOC Codes)

Adjustment Clerk
Administrative Assistant
Adult Education Teacher
Advertising clerk
Advertising Manager
Airport Utility Worker
Antique Dealer
Architect
Auditor
Auto Damage Insurance Appraiser
Automotive Recycler
Bank Teller
Bed and Breakfast Operator
Billing, Cost and Rate Clerk
Billing/Posting Machine Operator
Biotechnology Business Developer
Bookkeeping and Accounting Clerk
Business Services Sales Representative
Certified Motorcycle Mechanic
Chief Operating Officer
Clerical/Administrative Support Supervisor
Clockmaker-Watchmaker
Collection Clerk
College and University Administrator
College or University Faculty Member
Commercial Account Manager
Composing Data Keyer
Computer Programmer
Computer Systems Analyst
Credit/Loan Clerk
Database Administrator
Developmental Service Worker
Director of Merchandising
Driver/Sales Worker
Drycleaner
Duplicating Machine Operator
Economist
Editor
Emergency Vehicles Dispatcher
Farm and Home Management Advisor
Farm Products Purchasing Agent
Film Director
Financial Counselor
Financial Services Sales Agent
Floor Stock Clerk
Forensic and Litigation Accountant
Forensic Psychologist
General Manager/Chief Executive
General Office Clerk
Government Service Executive
Graphic Designer
Grocer
Hotel/Motel Manager
Housecleaner
Institutional Housekeeper
Instructional Coordinator
Insurance Adjuster/Examiner
Insurance Claim Examiner
Insurance Inspector
Internet Consultant
Internet Marketer
Interviewing Clerk
Investment Banker
Labor Relations Arbitrator
Legal Technician (Paralegal)
Lexicographer
Librarian
Library Technician
License Clerk
Management Consultant
Management Information Systems Specialist
Manicurist
Market Research Analyst
Marking Clerk
Media Analyst
Medical Record Technician
Messenger
Missile System Officer- Military -Officer
Municipal Clerk
Nontechnical Sales Representative
Order Filler
Organizer
Orthodontist
Peripheral Equipment Operator
Personal and Home Care Aide
Personnel Clerk
Petroleum Landman
Phlebotomist
Picture Framer
Principal
Printing Machine Operator
Producer/Director 
Public Relations Specialist
Radio Dispatcher
Radio Operator
Railroad Conductor/Yardmaster
Real Estate Appraiser
Real Estate Clerk
Recreation and Amusement Attendant
Recreation Facilities Manager
Reflexologist
Reporter
Retail Sales Manager/Supervisor
Secondary School Teacher
Sign Maker
Small Business Owner
Snowboard Designer
Social Services Manager
Social Welfare Clerk/Eligibility Worker
Sports Agent
Sports Photographer
Sports Turf Manager
Stable Manager
Statement Clerk
Statistical Clerk
Stationary Engineer
Stenographer
Surfboard Designer
Tanner-Furrier
Tailor
Talent Agent
Technical Sales Representative
Technical Writer
Telecommunications Manager
Telegrapher
Terrazzo Worker
Terminologist
Title Searcher
Trade Specialist
Transportation supervisor
Tudor
Underwriter
Urban Planner
Vending Machine Operator
Venture Capitalist
Vocational Education Teacher
Writer



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Four Year Plan


Below is a suggested four year plan for students wanting to pursue a business or information systems technology career pathway or related field:


Subject
9th Grade
10th Grade
11th Grade
12th Grade
Math
Algebra
(1 credit)
Geometry
(1 credit)
Advanced Algebra/Advanced Math
(1 credit) (Suggested to meet university entrance requirements)

Advanced Math, Pre-Calculus, AP Calculus Prep, AP Calculus,
College Algebra,
Probability &
Statistics (1 credit)
(suggested electives for students who want to pursue a 4 year degree or higher)  -

Language
Arts
Grade 9 Language Arts (1 credit)
Grade 10 Language Arts
(1 credit)
Grade 11 Language Arts (1 credit)

Speech or Debate and an Elective (1/2 credit each)

Consider Creative Writing, College Comp, College Speech, or AP English

Science
Physical Science
I & II (1 credit)
Biology I & II
(1 credit)
General Chemistry or another Science elective (1 credit) (suggested science for students planning to earn a 4 year college degree)
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Social Studies

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World History
I & II (1 credit)
U.S. History I & II (1 credit)
Sociology (1/2 credit)

Psychology (1/2 credit)

Social Studies Elective (1/2 credit)

American Government (1/2 credit)

Economics (1/2 credit)

North Dakota NOW (1/2 credit)

Physical Education

Physical Education (1/2 credit)

Personal Health & Safety (1/2 credit)

Physical Education Electives (1/2 credit each)
Physical Education Electives (1/4 credit each)
Physical Education Electives (1/4 credit each)
Drivers Education
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Driver & Traffic Safety Education (Elective) (1/2 credit)

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Foreign Language

No college in North Dakota requires Foreign Language, but many out-of-state colleges do. It is suggested that students take two years of a Foreign Language if they plan on going to college out of state to earn a 4 year degree.

Foreign Language I (1 credit)  

Foreign Language I (1 credit)  

Foreign Language II (1 credit)

Foreign Language I (1 credit)  

Foreign Language II (1 credit)

Foreign Language I (1 credit)  

Foreign Language II (1 credit)

 

Electives

Please Note: You can choose courses listed from the previous year if you didn't get a chance to take that course.

Word Processing (1/2 credit)(Suggested)

Intro to Business (1/2 credit)

Introduction to Computer Applications (1/2 credit)

World of Work (1/2 credit)

Intro to Information Technology (1/2 credit)

Web Page Design (1/2 Credit

Accounting I (1/2 credit)

Accounting II (1/2 credit) prerequisite: Accounting I

Introduction to Programming Languages (1/2 credit)

Current Technologies (1/2 credit) 

 

Marketing (1 credit) (suggested for students wanting to pursue a career in Marketing)

Advanced Computer Applications - MS Word/PowerPoint (1/2 credit )

Advanced Computer Applications - MS Excel (1/2 credit)

Entrepreneurship (1/2 credit)


Management (1 credit) 

Cooperative Work Experience in Marketing Education (1/2 credit per semester)

Business & Personal Law (1/2 credit) 

Cooperative Work Experience in Business Education (1/2 credit per semester)

Class Periods:
7 periods per day
7 periods per day
6 periods per day & PE twice a week
6 periods per day & PE twice a week


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Postsecondary Education



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States' Career Clusters

Career Clusters provide a way for schools to organize instruction and student experiences around sixteen broad categories that encompass virtually all occupations from entry through professional levels. Click here to take a survey to identify your number one career cluster. Click here to visit the States' Career Clusters Website.

If you click on your Career Cluster link below, you will get more detailed information about the cluster. If you click the Job List link for your cluster, you will get a detailed list of jobs within the cluster. To print a Plan of Study for your cluster, click either the Microsoft Word symbol or the PDF symbol. To play the Jeopardy Game for your Career Cluster, click the PowerPoint link. (If you are using PowerPoint version 2003, it works best to just open the game). If you are using an older or advanced version of PowerPoint, it is best to download the Zip folder. Click one of the following for Zip Download Instructions: Internet Explorer or Firefox

 

CAREER CLUSTER
Job List
Jeopardy Game
Plan of Study
Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources
Architecture & Construction
Arts, A/V Technology & Communications
Business, Management & Administration
Education & Training
Finance
Government & Public Administration
Health Science
Hospitality & Tourism
Human Services
Information Technology
Law, Public Safety & Security
Manufacturing
Marketing, Sales & Service
Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics
Transportation, Distribution & Logistics

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Web Sites With Additional Information

Association for Career & Technical Education

Entrepreneurship - Kauffman Foundation

Future Business Leaders of America

Minot Public Schools Career Development Program

North Dakota Future Business Leaders of America

North Dakota State Board for Career & Technical Education


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