This course requires 2 options.

11 Business & Finance Studies (11BEA)

Course Description

Teacher in Charge: Tamara Yuill Proctor

11 Business & Finance Studies

This course introduces some basic concepts of Accounting, Economics and Business Studies. Case studies and visits to local businesses provide students with real-life examples of how local and international businesses have developed, and the decision-making needed to overcome common business problems.

Course Components

  • Accounting

This section of the course will develop your awareness of the need for financial affairs of individuals, whānau, and local small entities

  • Economics

This part of the course focuses on the interaction between consumers and producers in the marketplace. You will look at the issues involved in decision making and budgeting

  • Business Studies

This section of the course is about how businesses are developed and operate. You will also cover issues such as marketing, business organisation, and human resources

Recommended Prior Learning

Open Entry

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery

Fee Registration - Optional

Assessment Information

Possible Credits
External - 4 credits
Internal - 15 credits