ACCOUNTING I (14010) – taught at Wahpeton High School
Students in Accounting I will learn the fundamentals of Accounting principles that include: terminology, accounting cycle, basic concepts, financial statements, roles of accountants and ethics in accounting. Simulation packets are often integrated in the course. 1/2 credit
ACCOUNTING II (14011) – taught at Wahpeton High School
Students in Accounting II will continue learning the fundamental concepts of Accounting. Topics covered include terminology, accounting cycle, basic concepts, financial statements, roles of accountants and ethics in accounting. 1/2 credit.
CONSUMER ED (14095) – taught at Wahpeton High School
Students in Consumer Ed will study the impact of financial choices on personal and occupational goals and future earnings potential. Real world topics include checking accounts, budgeting, saving for large purchases, using credit cards, figuring interest and fees, being a responsible consumer, earning power, learning about taxes and paycheck withholding, college costs, mortgages, retirement savings, and investments. This course will provide a foundational understanding for making informed personal financial decisions. 1/2 credit.
BUSINESS FUNDAMENTALS (14230) – taught at Wahpeton High School
Students in Business Fundamentals will be introduced to the world of business and prepare for the economic roles of consumer, worker, and citizen. The content may include a a study of the business environment and strategies for creating, financing, marketing and managing a business. This course will also serve as a background for other business courses you may take in high school and college. 1/2 credit.
CREATING ENTREPRENEURIAL OPPORTUNITIES -CEO (04999) – taught at Wahpeton High School
Grades 11-12; 1 credit/Full year. The CEO Program is a year long entrepreneurial bootcamp. The program will meet outside of the classroom everyday to hear from business owners, industry professionals, and entrepreneurs on how they started and continue to run successful businesses in our community. Students will finish the program with a registered business in North Dakota/Minnesota and the skills needed to grow their startup. Students will be selected for the program through an application process.