CI Business & Marketing Education (CIBME)

Courses

CIBME 245   TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS FOR BUSINESS TEACHERS   3 Units

Future business teachers will demonstrate the ability to use the keyboard while applying the touch method. They also will learn how to format business documents and apply rules of the English language to written exercises and business documents. Additionally, students will explore other methods of data entry and current events related to course content.
PREREQ: BUSINESS EDUCATION, BUSINESS & MARKETING EDUCATION COMPREHENSIVE MAJORS AND MSBE STUDENTS (SECONDARY EMPHASIS)

CIBME 300   INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS AND MARKETING EDUCATION   3 Units

This course is designed to introduce business and marketing education majors to the professions structure, standards, issues, expectations, and career development procedures.
PREREQ: BUSINESS EDUCATION MAJOR AND JUNIOR STANDING

CIBME 401   TEACHING PERSONAL FINANCE   3 Units

Students enrolled in this course will be prepared to teach personal finance. The course will cover personal finance/consumer education content and teaching methodology, including an analysis of published standards and the development of a financial literacy curriculum that could be used in teaching the subject at the secondary level.

CIBME 447   INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR BUSINESS TEACHERS   3 Units

This course is a study of the hardware and software used in business and business education classrooms with a focus on computer/technology literacy. Students will receive hands-on experience with a variety of hardware and software currently used in business education classrooms. Students will also investigate current trends and issues related to the use of technology in the K-12 curriculum.
PREREQ: BUSINESS EDUCATION, BUSINESS & MARKETING EDUCATION COMPREHENSIVE MAJORS & MSBE STUDENTS

CIBME 470   DIRECTED OCCUPATIONAL PRACTICE   1-3 Units

A course for selected upper level students to gain work experience in an area of business education, marketing (distributive) education, or computer technologies during a semester or summer. The culmination of this experience is a written report detailing the work experience and its contribution to the overall development of the student's career plan.
PREREQ: CIGENRL 461 (FORMERLY ITBE 461)