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Business Career Pathway

A career in the business field can be rewarding and lucrative, but is it the right fit for you? USCI’s online high school diploma program offers a business career pathway for students interested in exploring a career in business. Learn the fundamentals of business and explore if business is the right career for you with our online high school business career pathway.

Students who receive their diploma through USCI’s DEAC accredited high school, with the business career pathway credits are eligible to transfer those credits towards one of our certificate or degree programs.

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Expected Business Career Pathway Outcomes

USCI’s business career pathway is designed to prepare students to continue their education, after receiving their high school diploma, in the business field through certificate or associate degree programs. Upon completion of the high school plus business vocational track a student will be able to use the correct terminology associated with the business and accounting fields. They will also understand and be able to explain the ethical and moral issues that affect business.

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Business Career Pathway Course Requirements

Along with the general high school credit requirements, each student enrolled in the business career pathway will be required to complete 4 business elective credits as part of their 24 credits to receive their online high school diploma.

Course Code: Course Name: Credits:
BU001 Business Fundamentals I 0.5
BU002 Business Fundamentals II 0.5
BU005 Business Law 0.5
BU004 Introduction to Accounting 0.5
BU003 Introduction to Management 0.5
CD001 Career Development Strategies 1 0.5
CD002 Career Development Strategies 2 0.5
CD001 Introduction to Speech 0.5

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USCI does not guarantee the transferability of its credits to any other institution or acceptance of its diploma to meet college entrance requirements or requirements of potential employers. The acceptance of transfer academic credits and academic credentials to another institution is determined by the receiving institution. Courses in U.S. Career Institute’s high school program may or may not transfer to other institutions and depends solely on the receiving institution’s criteria and determination.