Business Department

Accounting I - 051

This course concentrates on learning how to use various journals and ledgers and making out financial statements such as the balance sheet, work sheet, and income statement. Included are sections on data processing and the use of the computer.

Teachers:

Mr. Buster R. Kelso

Mr. Buster R. Kelso


Honors Accounting II - 052

This course deals with detailed record keeping and the theoretical aspects of accounting. The last part of the course moves into the analysis of financial records and statements to determine the financial condition of a sample corporation.

Teachers:

Mr. Buster R. Kelso

Mr. Buster R. Kelso


Business Law - 054

This course studies the rules applicable to business situations and transactions. It deals with the problems of the individual as a minor, a citizen, a consumer, an employee, or an employer. Business contracts of all types are analyzed.

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Business Management - 055

This class is designed for those students who may be interested in exploring the possibility of pursing a career in business. The class focuses on the economic and social foundations of business and the various types of business ownership.

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Economics - 056

Tennessee State Dept of Education requires every high school student to study Economics. Topics include local and national productivity, individual planning and budgeting, career possibilities, employment and taxation.

Teachers:

Mr. Michael E. Kelly

Mr. Michael E. Kelly

Mr. Rusty Russell Morris

Mr. Rusty Russell Morris


Sports and Entertainment Marketing - 059

Specialized marketing course which explores facility design, merchandising, advertising, public relations/publicity, event marketing, sponsoring, ticket distribution, and career opportunities in the sports & entertainment industry.

Teachers:

Mr. Bubba M. Luckett

Mr. Bubba M. Luckett


Organizational Development - 060

Study of skills needed to run an effective organization within a community, including leadership styles & interpersonal communication. Students develop and apply skills in teamwork, conflict resolution, communication, & group problem solving.

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AP Macro Economics - 061

The purpose of an AP course in macroeconomics is to give students a thorough understanding of the principles of economics that apply to an economic system as a whole.

Teachers:

Mr. Rusty Russell Morris

Mr. Rusty Russell Morris


AP Micro Economics - 062

The purpose of an AP course in microeconomics is to give students a thorough understanding of the principles of economics that apply to the functions of individual decision makers, both consumers and producers, within the economic system.

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Personal Finance - 063


Teachers:

Mr. Bubba M. Luckett

Mr. Bubba M. Luckett

Mr. Nicholas J. Glaser

Mr. Nicholas J. Glaser


New Venture Creation - 070

Study of skills needed to run an effective organization within a community, including leadership styles & interpersonal communication. Students develop and apply skills in teamwork, conflict resolution, communication, & group problem solving.

Teachers:

Mr. David R Stooksbury

Mr. David R Stooksbury


Accounting - 071

This course concentrates on learning how to use various journals and ledgers and making out financial statements such as the balance sheet, work sheet, and income statement. Included are sections on data processing and the use of the computer.

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International Business - 073

This course explores the various functional areas of International Business such as trade, finance, law, management, and marketing. It also examines the importance of culture and its impact on human behavior.

Teachers:

Mr. Nicholas J. Glaser

Mr. Nicholas J. Glaser


Legal Environment of Business - 074

This course studies the rules applicable to business situations and transactions. It deals with the problems of the individual as a minor, a citizen, a consumer, an employee, or an employer. Business contracts of all types are analyzed.

Teachers:

Mr. Buster R. Kelso

Mr. Buster R. Kelso


Principles of Business - 075

This class is designed for those students who may be interested in exploring the possibility of pursing a career in business. The class focuses on the economic and social foundations of business and the various types of business ownership.

Teachers:

Mr. Bubba M. Luckett

Mr. Bubba M. Luckett