Business and Marketing Department
As technological advances take us into a global economy, we see a change in the nature of work and the types of jobs available. Laptop computers, wireless networks, and online transactions have become commonplace. Today’s workplace demands employability skills such as critical thinking, problem solving, teamwork, written and verbal communication skills, the ability to work in a diverse population, and the desire to be a lifelong learner. Technical skills are also becoming more important at an earlier age.
Business and Marketing courses allow students to have an understanding of all parts of the business world from entrepreneurship to leadership. These courses will enhance the students’ knowledge of our global economy and provide the skills needed for our rapidly changing technology regardless of whether they continue to postsecondary education or enter the world of work. A variety of classes enhance students’ everyday life as well as skills taken to the workplace.
The department has advanced standing articulation agreements in place with the Wisconsin Technical College System (specifically Chippewa Valley Technical College) - refer to page 4. Courses with Advanced Standing agreements are designated with – AS following the class title. Interested students/parents should contact a business/marketing instructor for more information.
|Kelly Hoyland||Virtual School||Publishing & Design||Prep||Marketing 1||Tech. Coord.||Tech. Coord.||Tech. Coord.|
|Pat Bundy||Prep||Internship Job||GEDO||GEDO||Internship||Pers. Fin. Mgmt||Computer Apps|
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