Business and Marketing Pathway

CTE Classes Offered at Rogers High School Under the

Business and Marketing Pathway

Course Title

Instructor

Contact Information

 

 

Business and Marketing I

Business and Marketing II

Business and Marketing III

 

 

Paul Stoltenberg

 

253-841-8717

StoltePD@puyallup.k12.wa.us

 

 

 

Microsoft Office I

Microsoft Office II

Microsoft Office Advanced

Accounting I

Accounting II

Financial Literacy

 

 

 

Jolyn Stricherz

 

253-841-8717

STRICHJD@puyallup.k12.wa.us

 

 

Programs of Study and Pathway Honors at Rogers High School

Below is a quick guide to the sequence of courses required to complete a Program of Study and/or earn Pathway Honors. Students who complete the following Programs of Study will receive a Certificate of completion. Students who earn a B (3.0) or better in each of the required courses are eligible to receive Pathway Honors at graduation and will be honored with Pathway Cords to wear at graduation. For Business and Marketing, the cord is Royal Blue.

 

 

 

Microsoft Office Specialist

Required Courses - must complete a minimum

of 2.0 credits from the following:

 

  • Digitools - .50
  • Microsoft Office 1 - .50
  • Microsoft Office 2 - .50
  • Microsoft Office Advanced - .50

 

 

 

 

 

 

Business Administration

Required Courses - must complete a minimum

of 3.0 credits from the following:

 

  • Business & Marketing I – 1.0
  • Accounting 1 - 1.0
  • DECA State – 1.0
  • Microsoft Office I - .50
  • Microsoft Office II - .50
  • Economics - .50
  • Business Law -.50

 

 

 

Accounting

Required Courses - must complete a minimum

of 2.0 credits from the following:

 

  • Accounting I – 1.0
  • Accounting II – 1.0
  • Financial Literacy -1.0

 

 

 

Marketing

Required Courses – must complete a minimum

of 3.0 credits from the following:

 

  • Business & Marketing I – 1.0
  • Business & Marketing II – 1.0
  • Business & Marketing III – 1.0
  • DECA State – 1.0

 

Students will be awarded their Certificate of Completion and/or their Pathway Honor Cords based on grades from their transcript. No application is needed for these awards.

 

The following Business and Marketing Courses at Rogers High School

are Dual Credit Courses where you can earn both High School and College Credit

See the Chart below for Specific Transfer Agreements

Put an X next to classes you are taking.

High School
Course 1

High School
Course 2

High School Course 3

BATES TC

CLOVER PARK TC

PIERCE CC

Articulation Agreement

Course Number

Credits

Course Number

Credits

Course Number

Credits

 

Stricherz

Accounting I

 

 

 

 

ACTG 110A

2

ACNT 150

5

Accounting I

Stricherz

Accounting I

Accounting II

 

 

 

ACTG 110B

2

ACNT 151

5

Accounting II

Stricherz

Accounting I

Accounting II

 

 

 

ACTG 115

4

 

 

Accounting III-A

Stricherz

Accounting I

Accounting II

 

 

 

 

 

ACCT& 203

5

Accounting III-B

Stricherz

Office 1

 

 

AOA110

5

CAS121

3

BTECH200 A,B,C,D

4

Microsoft Office Word 2010 Core

Stricherz

Office 1

 

 

AOA204

3

CAS141

3

BTECH225 A,B,C

3

Microsoft Office Power Point 2010 Core

Stricherz

Office 2

 

 

AOA203

5

CAS130

3

BTECH210 A,B,C,D

4

Microsoft Office Excel 2010 Core

Stricherz

Office 2

 

 

AOA121

5

CAS125

3

 

 

Microsoft Office Word 2010 Expert

Stricherz

Microsoft Office Advanced

 

 

AOA223

5

CAS135

3

 

 

Microsoft Office Excel 2010 Expert

Stricherz

Microsoft Office Advanced

 

 

AOA205

3

CAS151

3

 

 

Microsoft Access 2010 Core

Stoltenberg

Business & Marketing I

 

 

MARK 124

5

 

 

MNGT 182

5

Creative Sales

Stoltenberg

Business & Marketing II

 

 

MARK 102

5

 

 

MNGT 130

5

Customer Service Applications

Stoltenberg

Business & Marketing III

 

 

 

RBM143

5

MNGT 293

5

Retailing and Merchandising

 

How do I get signed up for these credits? Your CTE Teacher will show you how to sign up for them during that CTE class.

 

 

 

 

 

Business and Marketing Pathway Course Descriptions

 

 

Accounting I
Open to: 10,11,12 grade -- Full Year= 1.0

Accounting I students will learn about the financial management of a sole proprietorship and a merchandising corporatio9n by studying revenue, expenses, capital, assets, and liabilities. This course will also introduce computerized software used in the business world.

 

Business and Marketing, I
Open to: 10,11,12 -- Full Year = 1.0

This is the core course for students in the business and marketing pathway. Students will learn about careers in the business and marketing pathway with a major emphasis on "employability" skills, economics, marketing and business concepts, creative sales and leadership development. Students will have the opportunity to take part in DECA leadership activities and work in one of the school-wide enterprises.

 

Accounting II
Open to 11,12 grade -- Full Year = 1.0

Accounting II students will apply basic accounting principles to a variety of bookkeeping and accounting systems. Students gain experience with partnership and corporate accounting, managerial accounting, and computerized accounting software.

 

Business and Marketing II
Open to: 11,12 -- Full Year = 1.0

This class focuses on marketing and customer service skills. Students will participate in an in-depth study of the five P's of the marketing mix (Product, Place, Promotion, Price, and People) as they apply to the operation, merchandising, and management of a marketing-related business. Students will have the opportunity to take part in DECA leadership activities and work in one of the school-wide enterprises

 

Microsoft Office 1
Open to: 10,11,12 -- Semester = .50

 

Teaches the core competencies for PowerPoint and Word which are necessary to earn Microsoft Office Specialist Certification. Students will learn basic to intermediate skills including formatting, tables, multi-page reports, templates, mail merge, collaboration techniques, graphics/media, presentations, and integration skills. Students will also take the Microsoft-approved certification tests upon completion of each unit.

 

Business and Marketing III
Open to: 12 -- Full Year = 1.0


This class teaches the management concepts and communication skills necessary to become an effective business leader. Students have the opportunity to apply business, marketing, and leadership concepts by managing student-run enterprises. Students have the opportunity to take part in DECA leadership Activities and work in one of the school-wide enterprises.

 

Microsoft Office 2

Open to: 10,11,12 -- Semester = .50

 

Teaches the expert competencies for Word and Excel, and core competencies for Access which are necessary to earn Microsoft Office Specialist Certification. Students will learn intermediate to advance skills including forms, document management, formulas/functions, charting, pivot tables/pivot charts, worksheet/workbook management, application development, database development, queries, reports, and integration skills. Students will also take the Microsoft-approved certification tests upon components of each unit.

 

Financial Literacy

Open to: 10,11,12 – Full Year = 1.0

 

This class teaches the students the knowledge necessary to enhance their own financial security. Students will also better understand their own wants, needs, and values and how these affect personal financial decisions. Topics covered include banking, investments, credit, paying for college, taxes, bankruptcy, bonds, mutual funds, and real estate. Students will learn about purchasing insurance for home, automobile, health, disability, and life. Financial management is also examined in this course.

 

Microsoft Office Advanced

Open to:11,12 -- Semester = .50

 

Teaches the expert competencies for Excel and Access. Students also learn advanced skills in working with financial tools/function, what-if analyses, working with external data sources, collaboration techniques, advance queries, form tools and customization, custom reports, macros, visual basic application code, security, and integration skills. Students will also take the Microsoft-approved certification tests upon completion of each unit.