Managing the Tools to Success
If you are interested in entrepreneurship and is looking to gain customer service experience for future employment endeavors, this is the class for you! In this class you will develop an understanding of marketing concepts, principles and practices and apply them to your role as a consumer and/or entrepreneur.
Management and Marketing 10 - 5 credits
Students will learn how to be an entrepreneur. In the classroom, they will develop and operate their own businesses. By learning how to formulate a business plan, they will create and sell a product their company has designed.
Management and Marketing 20 - 3 credits
Learn basic management and marketing concepts, retail merchandising strategies and how much print advertisements are all around us. Study the basics for what it takes to run a retail business, and the impact of print media.
Management and Marketing 30 - 3 credits
This is the class to learn about what it takes to be a business person. A great introduction if you have an interest in joining the business world right away and very valuable if you intend to take business at the post-secondary level.
Students learn about effective selling strategies that are used to inform potential customers about products and services available in the marketplace, as well as techniques for successful selling.
Students will also have the opportunity to look at organizational structures, management theories and organizations as working units. The manner in which business decisions are made within the community, provincially, nationally and globally will be examined.