Advanced Business Management - Office Internship
This course prepares students to perform marketing and management functions and tasks associated with starting, owning, and operating a business. Students learn the principles and methods of organizing a business firm and for combining resources to produce goods and services, taking account of costs, profits, and the nature and extent of competition in markets. This course describes management functions and project management skills, project life cycle and project triangle as they are used to accomplish organizational goals. Program content addresses organizational theory; human resource development; management principles and styles; policy and strategy formation; production and operations management, planning and development; and economic theory and practice. Students are provided work-based learning opportunities and opportunities to obtain industry certification to demonstrate their mastery of career-ready skills.
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10 credits (A-G) Elective | Business, Finance CTE Concentrator | House of Careers | State Course Code 7500