• Accounting (1)- This course provides the framework to develop a systematic process of recording, and classifying financial information.
  • Honors Advanced Accounting (1)-This course provides students with a more comprehensive study of accounting principles and the application of these principles to a wide range of business situations.
  • Entrepreneurship (1)- This foundational course will teach the necessary skills students need to understand, such as business principles. Student entrepreneurs work in teams to investigate topics such as business opportunities, development of a business plan, financing alternatives, and marketing.
  • Financial Planning and Management (.5)- Financial Planning introduces students to the financial planning process and the components of a comprehensive financial plan. Students learn how to prepare a financial plan that includes saving, investing, borrowing, risk management (insurance), retirement, and estate planning.
  • Banking and Credit  (.5)- Students learn about the major functions of banks and other depository institutions, in-house operations and procedures, central banking through the Federal Reserve System, and modern trends in the banking industry.
  • International Finance (.5)- This course provides students with opportunities to explore major components of the international financial system. It includes the study of foreign trade, the international monetary system, foreign exchange rates, foreign exchange markets, international financial markets, international banking, and the multinational corporation industry.
  • AP macroeconomics (.5)- Study begins with fundamental economic concepts such as scarcity, opportunity costs, production possibilities, specialization, comparative advantage, demand, supply, and price determination. Major topics include measurement of economic performance, national income and price determination, and international economics and growth.
  • AP microeconomics (.5)- This course studies the behavior of individuals and businesses as they exchange goods and services in the marketplace. Students will learn why the same product costs different amounts at different stores, in different cities, at different times. They'll also learn to spot patterns in economic behavior and how to use those patterns to explain buyer and seller behavior under various conditions. 
  • Internship- see the internship page to learn more about the financial internship.   

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Every class that is full year counts as one credit for the Academy. The classes that are only one semester will count as a half credit for the Academy.