Entrepreneurship Course Info
over 2 years ago
CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
ACTIVITY COURSE CODE: 5400
Introduction and Syllabus
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills leading to the development of a business plan for small business ownership. An important part of the course will be the incorporation of traditional and non-traditional marketing strategies, technology, staffing, and financial considerations.
OBJECTIVE: Given the necessary equipment, supplies, and facilities, the student will be able to successfully complete all of the following core standards for a course that grants one unit of credit.
TEACHER: Burch Room 310
The Entrepreneurship class will be taught using Cengage Learning Entrepreneurship Ideas in Action 5e text as our primary resource. We will have daily discussion involving all phases of business ownership, and activities that support that learning. Assessments will include both projects and tests. Students will maintain a portfolio of the content covered.
Fail 59 or below
This is the standard grade scale for District 52.
UNITS OF STUDY AND APPROXIMATE DAYS ALLOTTED
Unit 1 Should You Become an Entrepreneur Days 1-7
Unit 2 Entrepreneurs in a Market Economy Days 8-14
Unit 3 Develop a Business Plan Days 15-21
Unit 4 Identify and Meet a Market Need Days 22-28
Unit 5 Market Your Business Days 29-35
Unit 6 Distribution, Promotion and Selling Days 36-42
Unit 7 Select a Type of Ownership Days 43-49
Unit 8 Locate and Set Up Your Business Days 50-56
Unit 9 Plan and Track Your Finances Days 57-63
Unit 10 Operations Management Days 64-70
Unit 11 Human Resource Management Days 71-77
Unit 12 Risk Management Days 78-84