red arrow ACCOUNTING 1 410

The course has two specific goals in mind: I. to prepare the student to initiate and maintain financial records for a small business: 2. to provide the foundation for college accounting. This includes the accounting cycle in its entirety. Banking activities, petty cash, and payroll activities are also included to help students prepare for employment and help them in their personal financial management.

Prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing

Length of course: One year (5 of 6)

Credit: 1.0

red arrow ACCOUNTING 2 412

This course will build on the foundations established in Accounting 1 and show subsystems. The subsystem for cash receipts, cash payments, purchases, sales, personnel and payroll, and general accounting are all treated in depth.

Prerequisite: Accounting 1 with grade of B or better

Length of course: One semester (5 of 6)

Credit: 1.0

red arrow PERSONAL FINANCE 413

A course designed to help students understand the impact of individual choices on occupational goals and future earnings potential.  Real world topics will include income, money management, spending, and credit, as well as saving and investing.  This is a required course for graduation.

Prerequisite: Junior/Senior status

Length of course: One semester (every other day)

Credit: 0.25


This course is designed to introduce the students to Microsoft Office 2007 Professional. Students will learn practical applications to Word (word processing), PowerPoint presentations, and Excel spreadsheet.

Prerequisite: Required for freshmen

Length of course: One semester (every day)

Credit: 0.50

red arrow YEARBOOK 430

Students will use Josten’s online program to create the Gibault's yearbook. Students will also be responsible for taking photographs and writing copy.

Prerequisite: Open to sophomores, juniors and seniors  

Length of course: One semester (every other day)

Credit: 0.5

red arrow MARKETING 435

This course will introduce Junior and Senior students to the three important areas fundamental to successful marketing: Economic, Business, and Human Resources. Students will learn how marketing is used successfully in a variety of United States and international businesses. The students will be given issues facing today's marketers and will have to resolve them with the principles learned.

Prerequisite: Junior/Senior standing

Length of course: One year (every other day)

Credit: 0.5