Do you enjoy working with other people?
Are you good at working with numbers?
Do you like to plan and organize activities?
Have you started your own business?
Do you keep your checkbook balanced?
Are you an officer of an organization?
If you answered yes to two or more of the questions above, you might be interested in considering a career in business management and administration.
If you are interested in the Business Management and Administration cluster, there are many career options. You may provide the needed support to keep a business in operation. Or you might keep track of the expenses and income. You could manage the financial activities of a business. Another option is to be sure that a business has qualified employees who are trained to do their jobs. Or after years of education or experience, you might direct the operations of a business.
Examples of jobs in this pathway:
Chief Executive Officers
Human Resource Managers
Small Business Owners
The Business Management & Administration program prepares students for careers in planning, organizing, directing and evaluating business functions, essential to efficient and productive business operations. Career opportunities are available in every sector of the economy and require specific skills in organization, time management, customer service and communication.
Real world experiences are practiced in Business classes as students learn problem-solving skills, how to work in teams, and research career opportunities available. This program offers a sequence of 4 courses that provides coherent and rigorous content aligned with challenging academic standards and relevant technical knowledge and skills needed to prepare for further education and careers in the Business Administration pathway.
The courses are:
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Team Management & Human Resources
Business Administration & Management
Structured Learning Experiences
This is the last level of all CTE programs of studies. Students participate in Structured Learning Experiences in the industry in the following ways:
- Job Shadow
- Internship (paid or unpaid)
- Cooperative Education Experience
- School-Based Enterprise
Successful completion of all levels will prepare students for the NOCTI General Management assessment.
Students in the Business Administration & Management Program will participate in FBLA.
The lead teacher of this program is Ms. Joyce Huber. You can contact Ms. Huber at firstname.lastname@example.org