Business Education Department
The following Business Education courses concentrate on providing students with career possibilities, requisite skills for the business world, and subject content for success in a business program at the college level. Some business classes provide the necessary training for successful completion of Advanced Placement (AP) courses or Microsoft Certification Examinations. Many of our business classes also receive through the Middle College Program. Students enrolled in these classes will receive three (3) college credits for each course, in addition to an official college transcript.
The following courses fulfill the Financial, Economic, Business and Entrepreneurial Literacy graduation requirement:
- Personal Financial Literacy (626)
- Personal Financial Literacy Online (626S)
- Introduction to Business (613)
- Career Internship (CIP) (772)
There can be courses where students may have proficiency in the content from prior or out-of-school programs or experiences. If a student seeks to enroll in a course and has not taken the required pre-requisite at Livingston High School, the student must demonstrate his/her comparable proficiencies to the department supervisor. Students may not enter into a course without successful completion of a required pre-requisite or department supervisor approval. Upon supervisor approval, students will be notified if they are permitted to enter into the requested course.
6-12 Supervisor of Business Education/Family & Consumer Science/Technology, Design & Engineering