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									                                                                               District      Racine Unified School District

                                                                             High School     Case, Horlick, and Park High Schools
                                                                           Career Cluster    Finance
                                                                               Pathway       Accounting, Finance

                                                                                                        Program of Study Plan
 This Program of Study Plan should serve as a guide in the development of a secondary/post-secondary pathway for a secondary Perkins funding application. Courses listed within this plan are only
 recommended and are indicative of the courses needed to complete a pathway. For more information please see your high school advisor or contact the UW-Parkside Business and Technology Advisor at
 262.595.2449 or visit: keyword: Business
                                                                                                                                                            Other Career and Technical


                              English/ Language                                                Social Studies/    Career and Technical Courses Central     Education Courses, Electives,
                                                          Math                 Science                                                                                                         Occupations Relating
                                     Arts                                                        Sciences                    to this Pathway                and Student Organizations
                                                                                                                                                                                                 to This Pathway
                                                                                                                                                              Related to the Pathway
                      Career Interest Inventory Administered and Program of Study Initiated for all Learners.
                           Freshman English Algebra or Topics        Life Science         US History             Introduction to Business                 ►Business & Personal Law,        ACCOUNTING
                       9                                                                                                                                  ►Sm Business Ownership AS,       ►Bookkeeper,
                                                                                                                                                          ►FBLA,                           ►Accounting Clerk,
                              Sophmore English Algebra or Topics        Biology             World History        Business Communication,                  ►Work-Based Learning             ►Adjustment Clerk,
                        10                                                                                       Accounting AS                                                             ►Certified Public Accountant,

                                                                                                                                                                                           ►Payroll Accounting Clerk,
                              Junior English      Geometry              Chemistry AS        Sociology/           Business & Personal Finance,
                                                                                                                                                                                           ►Accounts Payable/ Receivable
                        11                                                                  Government           Advanced Accounting AS
                                                                                                                                                                                           ►Billing Supervisor,
                      College Placement Assessments-Academic/Career Advisement Provided (ACT, SAT, etc.)
                                                                                                                                                                                           ►Payroll Accountant,
                            English Elective  Statistics AS      Physics AS         Economics          Student Treasury
                                                                                                                                                                                           ►Jr Accountant,
                       12                                                                              Business Occupations AS
                                                                                                                                                                                           ►Assistant Accountant,
                                                                                                       Coop. Business Occupations AS
                                                                                                                                                                                           ►Cost Accountant,
                                                                                                                                                                                           ►Budget Accountant

                                            The Bachelor of Science degree with a Business Management Major and Accounting or Finance concentration program
                                                                                 at UW-Parkside includes a total of 120 credits.                                                           FINANCE
                                                                             These credits are distributed in the following areas:                                                         ►Actuary,
                                                                               * Area I: Math and English Computational Skills (7)                                                         ►Appraiser,
                                                                      * Area II: UWP Distribution Requirements -- General Education (36)                                                   ►Auditor,
                                                                        * Area III: Foreign Language** and Diversity Requirement (3-11)                                                    ►Banking Professional,
                                                 * Area IV: Business Management - (Approximately 72 credits (includes 9 credits of general education credits))                             ►Commodoties Trader,
                                                                                                                                                                                           ►Corporate Buyer
                                     ** It is assumed the student completed two years of foreign language in High School w/ a C or better average in the second year.
                                                                                                                                                                                           ►Finance Director/Advisor
                              Remedial English    Remedial Math or      2 HU              2 SB (Comm 105 - 2 NS or FL
                                                                                                                                                                                           ►Financial Aid Counselor
                              or Engl 101 -       Math 111 College                        Public Speakingl&
                        13                                                                                                                                                                 ►Financial Analyst/Planner,
                              English Comp.       Algebra                                 Econ 120 - Micro
                                                                                                                                                                                           ►International Trade Specialist,
                                                                                                                                                                                           ►Insurance Underwritier
                              Engl 201 - Written Math 112 - College     2 HU (may include 2 SB (Econ 121 - 1 NS & Acct 201 - Financial Acct.
                                                                                                                                                                                           ►Investment Analyst
                        14    Communications & Algebra & QM 210-        DV course)        Macro Econ & DV
                                                                                                                                                                                           ►Portfolio Analyst,
                              Bus 272 - Legal    Bus Stats I                              Elective)
                              Envir. Of Bus
                      UW-Parkside Courses Related to Finance Major

                      (After completion of year 13 and 14.)
                              1 NS & ACCT 202 - QM 211 - Bus Stats FIN 330 -                FIN 437 - Internat. MGT 349 - Org Behavior & MKT 350 -
                              Managerial Acct   II & -QM 319 -     Managerial Fin &         Finance Mgt & MIS Intro to Marketing
                        15                      Operations Mgt     Fin 336 -                320 - Mgt Info
                                                                   Managerial Instut.       Systems
                              FIN 335 -           FIN 431 - Adv Mgr BUS 495 - Bus Pol 2 Electives (may           2 Electives (may include any remaining
                              Investments &       Finance & FIN 435 Seminar & Any     include any                degree requirements)
                        16    ACCT 301 -          or FIN elective   Elective          remaining degree
                              Intrmed.Acct I or                                       requirements)
                              Fin Elective

                      UW-Parkside Courses Related to Accounting Major

                      (After completion of year 13 and 14.)

                              1 NS & ACCT 202 - QM 211 - Bus Stats FIN 330 -                Acct 305 -          MIS 320 - Mgt Info Sysems & MGT 349 -
                              Managerial Acct   II & -QM 319 -     Managerial Fin &         Individual Taxation Org Behavior
                        15                      Operations Mgt     ACCT 301 -               & ACCT 302
                                                                   Intermed Acct            Intermed Acct II

                              Acct 400 - Adv Acct Acct 403 - Advanced Bus 372 - Business BUS 495 - Bus Pol 2 Electives (may include any remaining
                              & Acct 306 - Bus    Cost Acct & ACCT Law & MKT 350 - Seminar & Any           degree requirements)
                        16    Taxation            404 - Auditing      Intro to Marketing Elective

                      HU = Humanities Requirement; SB = Social & Behavioral Science Requirement; NS = Natural Science Requirement; DV = Diversity Requirement
                      Advanced Placement = AP, Dual/Transcripted Credit = D/TC, Youth Options = YO, Advanced Standing = AS

 AP - It is recommended that the student complete as many AP courses as possible in High School to obtain college credit. The following are suggested: AP Senior Literature and
 Composition, Calculus, Physics, Statistics, Economics, US History or Government or Psychology and Spanish.

 YO - Additionally, students are encouraged to pursue Youth Options courses lthat satisfy general education classes in Humanities and Fine Arts, Social and Behanioral Sciences and
 Natural Sciences. General Education requirements may be found at: . Terms of the career pathway may be
 subject to change. For more information, please see your high school advisor or call the UW-Parkside Academic Advisor at 262.595.2449 or visit: keyword: Business.            DRAFT 9/4/08

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