Dr. Nick SarloDepartment of BusinessDoctor of Education: Educational Leadership - Centenary UniversityMaster's Degree: Business Administration - University of PhoenixMaster's Degree: Educational Leadership - Centenary UniversityBachelor's Degree: Business Management - University of MiamiWarren Hills Regional High SchoolPhone: (908) 689-3050 ext. 3547
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgOffice Hours: 7:30 - 8:30; by appointment
667 Financial Literacy (2.5 credits, Grades 9-12)
This is the designated course to meet the 2.5 credit financial, economic, business, and entrepreneurial literacy graduation requirement. This course will offer fundamentals in financial literacy. Students will learn about their role in the economic system; choices that affect income, income sources, purchasing power, personal financial planning, banking procedures, personal risk management, credit, saving, investing and planning for the future.
632 Portfolio Presentation (2.5 credits, Grades 9-12)
Students will have the opportunity to learn how to speak to an audience and present materials using the latest technology available. Students will use universal topics of interest and learn how to research information, utilize the Internet, organize outlines, and create professional presentations. In a hands-on workshop setting, students will incorporate proper Business English, and communication through effective speaking. Students will learn techniques and etiquette for designing multimedia presentations. This course satisfies 2.5 credits of the 5 credit 21st century life and careers/career-technical education graduation requirement.
671 Sports and Entertainment Marketing/Management (2.5 credits, Grades 9-12)
Sports and Entertainment Marketing is one of the most exciting and competitive businesses in the world. This course will introduce students to the sports and entertainment industries, types of consumer products, marketing research, marketing strategies, branding, licensing and exploration of careers in these popular fields. The course includes application activities featuring sports marketing simulations and business scenarios. This course satisfies 2.5 credits of the 5 credit 21st century life and careers/career-technical education graduation requirement.
656 Principles of Economics (2.5 credits, Grades 9-12)
An introduction to the methodology and tools used by economists, economic theory, policy and history will be examined along with current economic issues. Types of competition, market structures, and supply/demand influences are studied along with the role of government in promoting economic efficiency. The market system and various mechanisms for determining prices and allocating resources will be examined.
685 Introduction to Entrepreneurship (2.5 credits, Grades 9-12)
This course is designed for students seeking knowledge of the necessary components required to manage a small business successfully. The course will provide many benecial experiences for students wishing to explore the business world.