• Welcome to an exciting new math course where you will learn to connect algebra to what's going on in your life. Since you are earning, spending, saving, and investing now and will be throughout the rest of your life, it's time to understand finance in mathematical terms and gain confidence in your ability to manage money.

    As you embark on life in the 21st century, you will be required to use mathematics frequently in your daily life to make crucial decisions that will affect you and your family's lifestyle. 

    You will find that Financial Algebra is a field trip from cover to cover. Ready for the journey?

    Self enrolment: Financial Algebra
  • This semester is all about Business Math--math through the eyes of a business. At the very least, this course will help you to be a wiser consumer. Topics include: Personnel, Production, Purchasing, Sales, Marketing, Warehousing and Distribution, Services, Accounting, Financial Management, and Corporate Planning.

    Self enrolment: Business Math
  • Personal Finance prepares you to manage your personal finances and excel at your first jobs and in everyday life.

    Today’s teens are more aware of the demands they will face as adults in the workplace. This class will address your concerns spark your curiosity, and engage your entrepreneurial spirit!

    Instruction in operating the desktop 10-key calculator by touch and use it for fast, efficient solutions to business math problems as well as personal financial management topics of budgeting, expense monitoring, and maintaining a personal or business checkbook.

    Self enrolment: Personal Finance
  • What is marketing? I found the following definition online and I love it!

    Marketing is the process of interesting potential customers and clients in your products and/or services.

    The key word in this marketing definition is "process"; marketing involves researching, promoting, selling, and distributing your products or services.

    It's a huge topic, which is why there are tomes written on marketing, and why you can take a four-year marketing degree. But essentially marketing involves everything you do to get your potential customers and your product or service together.

    When you're putting together a marketing program for your business, concentrate on the  basics, the four key components of any marketing plan:
    • products and services
    • promotion
    • distribution
    • pricing.

    The name of the game in marketing is attracting and retaining a growing base of satisfied customers. Creating and implementing a marketing plan will keep your marketing efforts focused and increase your sales.

    Self enrolment: Introduction to Marketing