College of Business Documents


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Accounting; Advisory Committees; Articulation (Education); Basic Business Education


This business education curriculum model contains elementary; middle/junior high; and high school business education courses for Iowa students in the following areas: accounting; basic business; information processing; marketing; and general topics. A curriculum model provides specific courses for different educational levels. Each area contains units; and within each unit; the following may be included: introduction; course objectives; competencies; course content; teaching strategies; and references. Accounting units include recordkeeping; accounting I; and accounting II. Basic business units are as follows: introduction to business; consumer economics; business mathematics; and business law. Information processing includes five units: keyboarding; word origination; computer applications; business procedures; and business and office education. Marketing units include the following: principles of marketing; sales and promotion; entrepreneurship; marketing education; and a marketing education-related class. General topics are as follows: advisory councils; area education agencies; articulation; career education; certification; community colleges; continuing education; equity; Iowa Curriculum Assistance System; methods of instruction; multi-occupations; pre-high school; professional organizations; program evaluation standards; public relations; small schools; special needs; student organizations; and training demands. (NLA)


Department of Management


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UNI ScholarWorks, Rod Library, University of Northern Iowa


©1989 University of Northern Iowa, Jack C. Reed, and Dianna Briggs.



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