11 Business & Finance Studies (11BEA)

Course Description

Teacher in Charge: Tamara Yuill Proctor

Recommended Prior Learning

Open Entry

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

Learning Areas:

Social Science

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery

Fee Registration - Optional

Assessment Information Possible Credits External - 4 credits Internal - 15 credits