As freshmen, all students are required to learn keyboarding skills and the fundamentals of computer software applications.
As freshmen, all students are required to learn keyboarding skills and the fundamentals of computer software applications. This enables them to become computer literate and master the proper way of typing a research paper — essential skills for success in college and careers. With SDA’s proximity to Wall Street and the business capital of the world, SDA students may find themselves imagining what their lives would be like if they choose a business career. The elective courses offered to seniors can help them to see the possibilities and understand the qualifications they will need.
|800 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING||(12) Elective||Course Credits 2.5|
|This course introduces the students to the principles of accounting. The nature of assets, liabilities, equity, risk and return will be explained. Students will be instructed in the reading and interpretation of spreadsheets and the preparation of electronic spreadsheets.|
|804 PERSONAL FINANCE||(11&12) Elective||Course Credits 2.5|
|This course introduces students to the principals of money management and finance. Students will learn how to effectively manage their money by studying their financial options and corresponding responsibilities.|