Whether you want to work in the business world or are looking to improve your own skills in personal money management, the ROC Business, Banking and Finance program offers the professional support you need to succeed.
This one year course prepares students for employment in banks, credit unions, finance companies, real estate firms, insurance, and related businesses. Business, Banking and Finance students take their first semester lessons into the "real world" during the second semester when they work as interns for local businesses.
Certification offered to students completing the Business, Banking and Finance program include:
Business, Banking and Finance students should have solid communication skills and average or better math and writing skills. Students must have an interest in working with the public. Professional dress (men: shirt and tie; women: dress slacks or professional skirt) is required.
In addition to elective credits, students earn 5 units of math credit each semester toward their high school graduation. Students successfully completing the fall semester of Business, Banking and Finance earn 5 units of college prep Economics credit toward their high school graduation. A total of 15 units per semester are earned.
This is a career awareness class which instructs students on the basics necessary for entry-level employment. Successful Business, Banking, and Finance students often pursue careers in the following: