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Business

2016-2017
Graduation Requirements & UC Eligibility
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION:  Business is an elective under Applied Academics. A student must earn 10 credits in two out of three selective elective areas (Fine Arts, World Languages and Applied Academics). For example, if a student earns 10 credits in a business course (Applied Academics) he/she would still need 10 credits from either World Languages or Fine Arts to satisfy the graduation requirement.
UC ELIGIBILITY:  g. College Prep Elective - 1 year required. There is not a Business requirement, however some business courses can satisfy the 'g' College Prep Elective requirement if a student earns 10 credits and a grade of 'C' or higher in a single, yearlong approved business course.
 
Principles of Business
International Business
Law
 
Money & Banking
Principles of Marketing
Principles of Business
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