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Word Processing – OST 110
Grade: 9-12 Credit: 1 MaxCred: 1

This course provides experience in word processing using industry standard software. Applications include the preparation of business documents using advanced word processing features. Concepts, capabilities, procedures, and legal responsibilities of word and information processing are applied. Simulated and real projects may be used for problem solving and business document preparation.

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Computer and Technology Applications (OST 100)(CIS 100)
Grade: 9-12 Credit: 1 MaxCred: 1

This course is designed for students who have little or no keyboarding experience. Keyboarding Applications will develop the touch system of keying with added emphasis on the development of proper keyboarding techniques, speed, and accuracy. Six to nine weeks will be spent developing the touch system. The student will apply techniques for proofreading, editing, capitalization, and punctuation for production of mailable copies of letters, interoffice memorandums, tabulated information, reports, and job search documents. A computerized workstation with appropriate software is provided for each student.

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Co-op I, II, III (COE 199, COE 299, COE 399)
Grade: 12 Credit: 1 MaxCred: 1
Prerequisites: Computer & Technology Applications, Productivity Software, and one additional office technology course. documents/StudentHandbook 2016-2017.pdfs must be enrolled in Office Procedures at the time of co-op, or if taken prior to senior year, enrolled in an office technology course during the co-op experience.

documents/StudentHandbook 2016-2017.pdfs are ultimately responsible for applying for and receiving employment in the office technology field. Cooperative Education provides supervised on-the-job work experience related to the student's educational objectives. documents/StudentHandbook 2016-2017.pdfs participating in the Cooperative Education program receive compensation for their work.
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Leadership Dynamics (OST 272 & WPP 200)
Grade: 10-12 Credit: 1 MaxCred: 3
Prerequisite: One Office Technology Course
Comments: Teacher recommendation required

documents/StudentHandbook 2016-2017.pdfs must be enrolled in Future Business Leaders of America. documents/StudentHandbook 2016-2017.pdfs will work on various FBLA projects throughout the year. Emphasis will be placed on learning new software and utilizing software already mastered. The course uses industry standard software to create business presentations, business graphics, transparencies, and slides. It applies editing, formatting, page layout and design, and paste-up techniques for clarity and impact while students will be making presentations to community leaders and school individuals. During this time, the students will define and develop concepts of positive work habits, effective human relations skills, leadership skills, positive personality traits, professional image, and proper telephone techniques.

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Office Procedures/Medical Office Systems – OST 215/OTM 282
Grade: 11-12 Credit: 1 MaxCred: 1
Prerequisite: Computer and Technology Applications CIS 100/OST 100

This course includes a study of the practices and procedures of current office concepts with emphasis given to the electronic office. Areas covered in the course include job application procedures, human relations in the office, business ethics, decision-making skills, travel and meeting arrangements, time and stress management, incoming/outgoing mail processes, and telephone procedures. The Electronic Office course serves in prerequisite to co-op with the Office Technology Department. This course provides a working knowledge of the scope of duties required in a medical office. Fundamentals include appointment scheduling, telephone procedures, medical ethics, professionalism, postal procedures, patient billing, and office management.

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Website Design (CIT 155)
Grade: 9-12 Credit: 1 MaxCred: 1
Prerequisite: Computer and Technology Applications CIS 100/OST 100 or Productivity Software CIS 130

This course will consist of instruction in: basic web design, hypertext mark-up language (HTML) and Dreamweaver CS3. The course will expose students to: creating Web pages, publishing to the Web, managing collections of related Web pages, and illustrating the common Web page formats and functions. Examples of web pages that will be developed: personal, small business, advertisement and community.

Accounting & Finance

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Fundamentals of Accounting I (ACT 101)
Grade: 10-12 Credit: 1 MaxCred: 1

This course will introduce students to accounting terminology and general theoretical principals. The major focus of the course is on the accounting cycle and the communication of financial information to decision-makers.

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Cooperative Education I, II, III (COE 199, COE 299, COE 399)
Grade: 12 Credit: 1 MaxCred: 3
Comments: Teacher recommendation required.
Prerequisites:

Financial Services (School Bank)
1. Completion of Financial Services I
2. Enrolled in Financial Services II/Practicum I during Co-op experience.
3. Obtain employment at a local bank/financial institution.
4. Have Financial Services Instructor approval of the Co-op experience.
5. Meet and maintain the high school attendance requirement.

Accounting
1. Completion of Accounting & Finance Foundations & Introduction to Computers
2. Enrolled in Financial Accounting during Co-op experience.
3. Obtain employment related to the field of Accounting.
4. Have Accounting Instructor approval of the Co-op experience.
5. Meet and maintain the high school attendance requirement.

Cooperative Education provides supervised on-the-job work experience related to the student's educational objectives. documents/StudentHandbook 2016-2017.pdfs participating in the Cooperative Education program receive compensation for their work. documents/StudentHandbook 2016-2017.pdfs participating in Co-op must have completed all prerequisite courses with at least a B and be completers of the Accounting & Finance Program by graduation.

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Financial Services I (BMO 020)
Grade: 10-12 Credit: 1 MaxCred: 1
Comments: Teacher recommendation required.

This course will provide students with a working knowledge of banking operations. It will teach students to be self-starters, function as team members, encourage good work ethic, and improve customer service skills. Each student will obtain a bank position and will be cross-trained during the course for other positions within the school bank.

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