Business Management and Administration Academy

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Business Management & Administration Academy 

Business Technology Applications (BTA)

This course is a more in-depth version of Computer Applications. Students master skills in word processing, database, spreadsheet, presentation, and Internet use. Topics also include: business document writing, career choices, communication, and ethical issues.

Business Technology Applications (BTA) Advanced

This advanced business course uses the Microsoft IT Academy online curriculum to refine concepts learned in Business Technology Applications. A major emphasis is placed on guiding students through real-world experiences to aid in the school-to-career transition. Microsoft Office skills and projects are integrated throughout the course. A major emphasis is placed on preparing students for optional credentialing through Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification available upon completion of this course.

Multimedia Design

Course designed to provide students with hands-on skills involving graphic design, digital photography, Web publishing, and digital video production. Students use various hardware peripherals and software for completing documents. Students contribute material for school websites and their own personal portfolios. FBLA is the Career Technical organization that is an integral, co-curricular component of the course. A prerequisite of Creative Writing is recommended but not required.

Multimedia Publication

Course designed to further the hands-on skills of graphic design, digital photography, Web publishing, and digital video production. Students use various hardware peripherals and software for completing documents. Students contribute material for print publications, school websites, and their own personal portfolios. FBLA is the Career Technical organization that is an integral, co-curricular component of the course.

 

Work-Based Learning (WBL) is a work-based learning opportunity for seniors and provides educational opportunities not typically found in the classroom. WBL is a component of Career and Technical education allowing students to complete paid, supervised, work-based training in fields related to the student's career objective. James Clemens High School partners with the student's employer to create an individualized training plan allowing the student to develop a productive work ethic along with specific job and employability skills.

For more information or to see if you are qualified for Work-Based Learning, contact your counselor or Work-Based Learning teacher Ms. Bentley in A223.