Plan, organize, direct, and control the functions and processes of a business or organization. Gain an in-depth understanding of the business and financial management practices needed for small to medium enterprises. Business and industry advisors teach the skills needed to go from the development of a sound business plan to the launch of a new business, including theory, project management, human resources, purchasing and logistics, marketing, and decision making.
Things to Consider
- Student must have the ability to work as a team member and work independently.
- Strong creativity skills are necessary.
- Student must have the ability to set goals, be self disciplined, and demonstrate outside of the box thinking skills.
- Any career or interest can be linked to business and management.
- Business Owner
- Sales Representative
- Marketing Professional
Jobs Available After Additional or Advanced Training
- Department Head
- Chief Executive Officer
- Chief Financial Officer
- Chief Marketing Officer
JTED @ The Bridges
3300 S. Park Ave.
- Mondays & Wednesdays 4:15 to 6:45 p.m.
- Tuesdays & Thursdays 4:15 to 6:45 p.m.
Types of businesses, types of business ownership, business models, general business management, and financial management.
Entrepreneurship, Develop your own business. Select a business, pricing, cost models, build a business model, financials, cash flow, income statements, market projections. Venturing 101 – University of Arizona curriculum.
Entrance Requirements for Year 2
Successful completion of Year 1
- Year 1:
- Retail Industry Fundamentals – Rise-Up Retail
- Year 2:
- Business of Retail – Rise-Up Retail
Work Based Learning Requirements
- Year 1: Participate in FBLA & class business venture
- Year 2: Participate in FBLA & lead/manage class business venture
- Students who complete one or more years of the program and meet the eligibility requirements may have the opportunity to participate in our Internship Program.
Luke SmithBusiness Start-up/Entrepreneurship Instructor
- Year 1:
- BUS 100 – Introduction to Business (3 college credits)
*Dual Enrollment Credits available to students are dependent on teacher credentials*
Beneficial Classes to Take in High School
- Financial Literacy/Personal Finance
- World History/Geography
- Graphic design