• Marketing
     
     
     
     
    Marketing and Economics Cooperative Education
    Grade:12   ~    Full Year
    3 Credita   ~   May be offered for dual Credit 
    Prerequisite: Markering and Instructor approval  ~ Fee Required 
       Marketing Education is a work-study program that provides instruction and training for students preparing for careers in marketing, management and entrepreneurship. Students will have one class period of instruction related to success as an employee, advanced marketing concepts, advanced market research, written and verbal communication skills, problem solving skills, and commercial selling. Students will be placed in marketing related positions. Students must work an average of 15 hours per week. Students must have their own transportation and insurance coverage. Students must see the marketing instructor their junior year to apply, and all students are required to join the career and technical student organization, DECA. 
     
    Marketing
    Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12   ~    Full Year
    1 Credit   ~   May be offered for dual Credit 
    Fee Required 
       This course exposes students to many facets of business and marketing including consumer behavior, legal and ethical issues, management, communication, employability skills, leadership, decision-making, and opportunities in marketing related careers. Also, many other aspects including economics, selling, market research, product planning, and promotion. Students will also receive instruction in word-processing, spreadsheets, desktop publication, and presentation software to create marketing related projects. There is a hands-on-project with every unit in which classroom instruction is applied to a realistic situation. Students enrolling in this course are strongly encouraged to join DECA, which is the career and technical student organization associated with the Marketing program. Opportunities available through DECA include leadership development, field trips, travel, and competition. 

     

     

    For more information contact Dr. Enid Thompson or 480-883-5113
     

     

     
Last Modified on October 19, 2018