The Business Education program functions primarily to fulfill two broad educational goals:
- To develop basic understandings of business and economic policies and the role of the individual consumer in affecting decisions regarding those principles. This goal is a part of the general education which all students should have to prepare them for their roles as informed consumers.
- To introduce students to the business concepts, ideas, and basic skills used in office occupations, as well as in everyday living. The purpose of this goal is to equip students with a marketable skill adequate for initial employment. Business Education, in this respect, is one of the main divisions of vocational education, with carefully planned sequences of courses for the students.
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