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Business Department

Business classes at Lincoln Lutheran provide a good foundation for students looking to study business in college.  For students not pursuring business, these classes give the students good skills that are valuable in virtually all works of life.  All business courses are heavily integrated with computer technology, a benefit in the modern world.  

Department Faculty

Department News

Lincoln Lutheran Named a "Blue Star School"

Lincoln Lutheran earned the distinction of being named a "Blue Star School" for 2012-2013 by the Working in Support of Education (W!SE) program.  LL is one of 194 high schools to earn the distinction.  

Courses Offered

Introduction To Business

Course Number: 
6260
Instructors: 
Mrs. Tanya Winter

This course will consist of business application projects that integrate spreadsheet, presentation, word processing, and database software. The focus will be on the general activities that a business is involved in from day to day. Students will also get an opportunity to create and run their own theoretical business. Research to complete projects will be done using books, business magazines, and the Internet.

Accounting 1

Course Number: 
6210/6211
Instructors: 
Mrs. Tanya Winter

Students will learn the complete accounting cycle and the basic terms and concepts of debits and credits in manual and automated accounting, journalizing, posting, and completing financial statements including the Income Statement and Balance Sheet. Keeping records involving cash such as a checkbook and petty cash vouchers will also be emphasized. A business simulation packet will be completed involving use of the journals, ledgers, a checkbook, and the completion of financial statements.

Accounting 2

Course Number: 
6230/6231
Instructors: 
Mrs. Tanya Winter

Students who earned an A or B in Accounting 1 and have shown a willingness to work independently may take this course. Students taking this course will continue to apply basic accounting concepts and principles to more advanced accounting practices involving cash control systems, depreciation, bad debts, and accounting transactions for corporations. A business simulation packet will be completed involving advanced accounting practices.

Personal Finance and Careers

Course Number: 
6250
Instructors: 
Mrs. Tanya Winter

Students will learn wise money management practices to help them be good stewards of their God-given resources. They will learn strategies for financial planning including the use of credit, budgeting, loans, savings, investing, taxes, and insurance. They will learn about the importance of charitable giving, knowing the legal methods of handling consumer problems, and success skills for life.