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Bishop Hendricken is proud to offer a comprehensive program in business, including courses in finance, accounting, and management principles.

As a college preparatory school, Bishop Hendricken is proud to offer students academic experiences that are akin to what they might receive in post-secondary education. Business courses allow students who might be interested in pursuing management, finance, accounting, marketing, economics, law, or entrepreneurship in college.

Business Course Offerings

Accounting 1
This one-semester course covers the basic principles and practices of accounting for those students who have not had previous exposure to the field. Accounting I is designed to introduce the college-bound student to the area of study.

Accounting 2
This course covers the principles and practices of beginning accounting, encompassing the entire accounting cycle. It will serve as a basis for advanced study and/or for keeping accurate business records. The course is designed to provide the skills and knowledge which will be helpful for college-bound students matriculating towards the business simulation set in which the student acts as an accountant for a business manager.

Business Law
This course provides students with the general knowledge of the law as it pertains to the local and global economy. This semester course is offered as an elective for all students in grades 9-12.

Cisco Business Entrepreneurship
This instructor-led and online self-paced class allows students to take a single idea and turn it into a successful business. This is a step-by-step learning process for students in grades 9-12.

Economics
This course is designed to introduce students to the principles of economics and applying the fundamentals using graphs, charts, analyzing data, and explaining concepts.

Personal Finance
Students learn money management skills, calculate income, taxes, and establishing credit.

Principles of Business (Business Management)
This course will explore the functions of modern business management, such as business law, economics, financial analysis, human resources, information management, marketing operations, and strategic management. Emphasis will be placed on developing strong verbal and written communication skills, analytical and critical thinking, and problem solving. Students will be encouraged to participate and compete in Distributive Executive Clubs of America events.

Senior Experience Internship
The Senior Experience program at Bishop Hendricken is designed for all seniors to have an opportunity to be exposed to various career paths of professions.