Career Cluster Pathways
Business, Management and Administration
Middle School Business and Computer Science Performance Standards
New Georgia Standards of Excellence for 2019-2020 academic year and beyond
Middle School Business Management and Finance Courses
Middle School Computer Science Courses
End of Pathway Assessments (Technical Skills Assessments)
Career Technical Student Organizations
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is a student organization for all middle and high school students participating in business programs. As an integral part of the business instructional program, FBLA provides opportunities for students to develop technical and career-supportive competencies. Participation in FBLA activities promotes civic and personal responsibility; helps students develop business leadership skills and establish career goals; and prepares them for useful citizenship and productive careers.
Industry Certification Standards
Georgia CAPS - Certification/Curriculum Assignment Policies System- a web-based resource that aligns courses in the State-approved curriculum with the Georgia certificate(s)
What It's About
Business and Computer Science programs prepare students to become productive members of the business community and to enter a post-high school institution after graduation. Students develop competencies in such areas of instruction as finance, legal operations of business, administrative support, information management, international business, entrepreneurship, and management.
Business and Computer Science programs consist of three components: classroom and project-based learning experiences, which provides instruction that meets industry-validated standards; work-based learning directly related to classroom instruction in the form of internships, cooperative education, school-based enterprises, and youth apprenticeship; and the career and technical student organization of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), which provides co-curricular activities within the program area to develop teamwork and leadership skills.
Students go beyond content knowledge and technical skills to develop leadership skills and teamwork essentials through co-curricular student organization,
Future Business Leaders of America, (FBLA). Through in and out of class assignment, activities and adventures students learn through team (chapter activities), small group (partner projects) and individual success.