Business Department Course Descriptions

Business Department

Lasallian Scholars Institute Business Seminar 1  (Grade 9)

This course is designed to challenge high-performing students to build career awareness in four high-growth industries: Information Technology and Information Management, Healthcare, Global Business, and Engineering.  Furthermore, students will begin to develop an awareness of the interconnectedness of these industries. Through research, project-based learning, contact with industry professionals, and off-site experiences, students will explore careers in these industries and practice skills necessary to these careers. Students will also build essential soft skills through team leadership, project management, and professional presentations.  

Prerequisite: Admission into Lasallian Scholars Institute               Semester course – 0.5 credit

 

Envision Business Seminar 1 (Grade 9)

This course is designed to build career awareness in four high-growth industries: Information Technology and Information Management, Healthcare, Global Business, and Engineering.  Through research, project-based learning, contact with industry professionals, and off-site experiences, students will explore careers in these industries and practice skills necessary to these careers.  Students will also build essential soft skills through team leadership, project management, and professional presentations. 

Prerequisite: Admission into Envision                                   Semester course – 0.5 credit

 

Guided Resource (Grade 9)                         

Guided Resources is a class for students who are deferring foreign Language until later in their career and is designed to assist students with some guided study and reading skills to reinforce the needed foundations to be successful in all classes.   During this class interventions will occur assisting students with the needed organizational skills, reading skills, writing skills, mathematic computation skills as well socialization skills.

Prerequisite: None                                                               Year course - .25 credits