The follow up course to Accounting 11 is Accounting 12, which introduces computerized accounting methods. This course will further explore GAAPs, Inventory Control, Bank Reconciliations, Payroll, Depreciation, Financial Statement Analysis and Account Edge Software

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Students will further develop communication, case analysis, presentation, public speaking, writing and critical thinking skills while learning the fundamentals of economics. A variety of teaching and learning methods may be employed: Group Work, Presentations, guest speakers, report writing, forums and journals.

Marketing 12 examines the nature and role of marketing in local and global contexts.  Course emphasis is on business decisions making, international trade, economic systems and how to apply business concepts and practices related to the development of products and services. 

Planning 11 is to help students develop the skills they need to become self-directed individuals who set goals, make thoughtful decisions and take responsibility for pursuing their goals in life.