• Welcome to Mr. Yaeger's Business, Marketing, and Elective Courses!

     

    Fall 2023 Courses:

    For information about the course, the syllabus, textbook, and/or assignments, please click on the following:

    Schedule - 7:25am-2:55pm

    Period

    Time

    Minutes

    Days 1, 3, 5

    Days 2, 4, 6

    1

    8:00 - 8:43

    43

    College Finance/Prep

    College Finance/Prep

    2

    8:46 - 9:26

    40

    Bus. & Comp. Lit.

    Study Hall

    3

    9:29 - 10:09

    40

    PLAN

    PLAN

    4

    10:12 - 10:52

    40

    Family & Consumer Science

    Family & Consumer Science

    Lunch

    10:55 - 11:25

    30

    LUNCH 

    LUNCH 

    5

    11:28 - 11:58

    30

    Study Hall

    Study Hall

    6

    12:01 - 12:41

    40

    Intro to Marketing

    Intro to Marketing

    7

    12:44 - 1:24

    40

    Career & Fin. Management

    Career & Fin. Management

    8

    1:27 - 2:07

    40

    ISS

    ISS

    9

    2:10 - 2:50

    40

    Career & Fin. Management

    Career & Fin. Management

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Spring 2024 Courses:

    For information about the course, the syllabus, textbook, and/or assignments, please refer to the following:

    Schedule - 7:25am-2:55pm

    Period

    Time

    Minutes

    Days 1, 3, 5

    Days 2, 4, 6

    1

    8:00 - 8:43

    43

    Career & Fin. Management

    Career & Fin. Management

    2

    8:46 - 9:26

    40

    Bus. & Comp. Lit. 2

    Bus. & Comp. Lit. 3

    3

    9:29 - 10:09

    40

    Career & Fin. Management

    Career & Fin. Management

    4

    10:12 - 10:52

    40

    Family & Consumer Science

    Family & Consumer Science

    Lunch

    10:55 - 11:25

    30

    LUNCH 

    LUNCH 

    5

    11:28 - 11:58

    30

    Study Hall

    Study Hall

    6

    12:01 - 12:41

    40

    Intro to Investing

    Intro to Investing

    7

    12:44 - 1:24

    40

    Plan

    Plan

    8

    1:27 - 2:07

    40

    ISS

    ISS

    9

    2:10 - 2:50

    40

    Intro. to Entrepreneurship

    Intro. to Entrepreneurship

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Business Courses

    Business Math (Taught by the Math Dept.)

    Grade: 10-12
    Credit: 1 Unit
    Prerequisite: Algebra course and attempted Geometry or secondary math

    Learn practical math skills with a focus on real-world applications in consumer and business settings. Topics include money management, loans, debt, business costs, budgeting, banking, and more.

    Accounting I

    Grade: 10-12
    Credit: .5 Unit
    Prerequisite: Geometry or Business Math

    Gain foundational knowledge of accounting procedures, financial statements, and business transactions. Explore topics such as journalizing, adjusting entries, payroll, and taxes. Recommended for students considering a business major in college.

    BUS 104 - Personal Finance (Thru Jefferson Community College)

    Grades: 12
    Credit: .5 Unit (3 College Credits)
    Prerequisite: CFM

    Learn personal finance skills including budgeting, credit control, mortgages, investments, and tax planning. This course offers college credits through SUNY Jefferson Community College at an additional cost.

    Career and Financial Management

    Grade: 9-12
    Credit: .5 Unit

    Develop essential business and career skills, including organizational skills, career exploration, financial management, and technology skills. Gain knowledge about budgeting, banking, insurance, and the impact of government and technology on society.

    College Finance/Prep

    Grade: 11-12
    Credit: .5 Unit
    Recommended: Seniors (Fall Semester) and Juniors (Spring Semester)

    Prepare for college and career readiness with topics such as college selection, applications, financing college costs, resume writing, time management, and study strategies.

    International Business

    Grades: 9-12
    Credit: .5 Unit
    Prerequisite: CFM

    Explore the foundations of international business and the global economy. Understand socio-cultural, economic, and technological factors affecting foreign trade. Learn about international careers and opportunities.

    Intro to Entrepreneurship

    Grades: 10-12
    Credit: .5 Unit
    Prerequisite: CFM

    Discover the world of small business ownership and management. Topics include types of business ownership, finance, marketing, and creating a business plan. Engage in hands-on activities and develop skills for the workplace.

    Intro to Investing

    Grades: 11-12
    Credit: .5 Unit
    Prerequisite: CFM and secondary math

    Learn about different investment options such as savings accounts, bonds, stocks, and mutual funds. Develop financial responsibility, analysis skills, and an understanding of economic forces.

    Current Events

    Grades: 9-12
    Credit: .5 Unit

    Stay informed about significant issues that affect the world, the US, NY, and St. Lawrence County. Develop research, critical thinking, and connection-making skills while exploring current topics.

    Intro to Marketing

    Grade: 11-12
    Credit: .5 Unit
    Prerequisite: CFM

    Gain an understanding of marketing and its impact on business and consumers. Study consumer behavior, market research, promotion, pricing, and product management. Engage in case studies and discussions.

    Leadership

    Grade: 11-12
    Credit: .5 Unit
    Prerequisite: CFM

    Develop civic and personal responsibility, leadership skills, and effective communication. Learn about group dynamics, time management, decision-making, and organizational skills. Engage in projects and community involvement.

    Computer Science

    Intro. To Computer Science (taught by other faculty)

    Grade: 9-12
    Credit: .5 Unit

    Get an introduction to computer science and programming. Learn computational thinking and problem-solving skills. Explore the basics of programming using text-based Python and discover various industries that utilize coding.

    AP Computer Science A (taught by other faculty)

    Grade: 10-12
    Credit: .5 Unit
    Prerequisite: Algebra I (Algebra II recommended)

    Prepare for the AP Computer Science exam with a focus on Java programming. Develop problem-solving and algorithm development skills. Learn to design and implement computer programs for various applications.

    Intro to Web Design

    Grade: 9-12
    Credit: .5 Unit
    Prerequisite: Digital Design or Intro to Comp

    Start your journey in web development and design. Explore how websites are built, how browsers interact with the web, and the necessary skills for website creation.

    Game Design I

    Grade: 9-12
    Credit: .5 Unit
    Prerequisite: Digital Design or Intro to Comp

    Unleash your creativity and technical skills in designing games. Learn about different gaming platforms, troubleshooting, and the history of gaming. Create your own plan for a 2D video game.

    Other

    Family and Consumer Science

    Grade: 8
    Credit: .5 Unit

    Introduce important life skills and their application to the business world and daily life. Topics include career selection, budgeting, insurance, nutrition, interpersonal relationships, and basic technology skills.

    Business and Computer Literacy

    Grade: 7
    Credit: .25 Unit

    Equip middle school students with essential computer skills. Topics include hardware familiarity, file management, keyboarding, Google Suite, internet familiarity, and online safety.