Career, Technical and Agricultural Education’s Business and Computer Science program offers students the chance to learn about finance, accounting, legal operations of business, administrative support, information management, small business development, international business, and computing, which involves programming and technical support. Students learn first-hand how to implement successful business plans and manage people, budgets, and products. Students will work with the latest technological tools and innovative curriculum in hands-on learning projects that include web page production, managing databases, and writing programming code to name a few. Students will also master standards pertaining to ethical and privacy issues related to computers, business, finances, and the Internet. The Business and Computer Science program consists of three components: classroom/laboratory experiences, work-based learning opportunities that relate directly to classroom instruction, and the Career Technical Student Organization, Future Business Leaders of America, which provides co-curricular activities that build teamwork and leadership skills.
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*Courses Required for Pathway Completion