Business

  • MISSION STATEMENT for the BUSINESS DEPARTMENT

    The Business Department will assist in the development of gainfully employed citizens who utilize Next Generation Skills and incorporate business practices and technologies to ensure college and career readiness. Business students will actively contribute to their own learning and success.

    As a result of participating in the PCSD Business program, students will be able to independently …

    • interpret and apply business processes to become fiscally and socially responsible citizens.
    • make ethical decisions for school, career, and life.
    • analyze and evaluate personal and professional situations and apply the appropriate technologies to creatively solve authentic problems.
    • critically analyze and reflect upon the changing world of work and career options to relate individual skills, abilities and aptitudes to future career decisions.
    • demonstrate how Next Generation Skills apply to success in the workplace and other settings.  

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  • Business Faculty

    Dylan BronsonWebpage       dylan_bronson@pittsford.monroe.edu

    Suzanne FessDepartment Leader - Webpage       suzanne_fess@pittsford.monroe.edu

    Christin KellerWebpage       christin_keller@pittsford.monroe.edu

    James PageWebpage       james_page@pittsford.monroe.edu

    Jillian ThomasWebpage       jillian_thomas@pittsford.monroe.edu

     

    Semester Courses

    (college credit denoted where applicable)
    Course Descriptions

    • ADVANCED MICROSOFT APPLICATIONS (CRC 125 – 4 cr.)
    • BUSINESS ANALYSIS (BUS 104 – 3 cr.)
    • BUSINESS DYNAMICS I
    • BUSINESS DYNAMICS II
    • LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT SEMINAR (LDS 101 – 3 cr. granted once credit is obtained through the Co-Op Work Experience Program).
      LDS is taken during lunch period or study hall, 1 time per week (eat your lunch during the seminar).  Once LDS is completed, you do not have to take it again in high school.  LDS is required for CO-OP credit and Career Internship Program credit.   Any questions – See Mrs. Fess in Rm 204
    • CO-OP WORK EXPERIENCE PROGRAM – High School Credit for your part-time work. 
      You must be taking at least a semester Business Course during the school year that you wish to obtain credit for your part-time work (July 1st – June 30th).  Credit for part-time work can be obtained each school year, as long as you are an enrolled Business student. – Any questions – See Mrs. Fess in Rm 204
    • E-COMMERCE
    • ENTERTAINMENT/HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT & MARKETING (BUS 135 – 3 cr.)
    • FINANCIAL PLANNING (ECO 103 – 3 cr.)
    • SPORTS MARKETING & MANAGEMENT
    • WEB PAGE DESIGN SUNY (CRC 110 - 1 cr.) Underclassmen or (IST 263 - 3 cr) Upperclassmen

     

    Full Year Courses

    (college credit denoted where applicable)
    Course Descriptions

    • ACCOUNTING I  (ACC 101 – 4 cr.)
    • LAW FOR BUSINESS & PERSONAL USE (LAW 101 – 3 cr. & LAW 110 – 3 cr.)
    • ENTREPRENEURSHIP (EEE 370 – 3 cr.)
    • PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
    • VIRTUAL ENTERPRISE PROGRAM (BUS 110 – 3 cr.)

    Sutherland Business Department Course Selection Video

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