Marian promotes the development of the whole person spiritually, academically, physically and socially. The electives available to our students ensure a well-rounded and diverse individual. Marian’s electives empower our students to challenge themselves in a class that is not a requirement to their learning.
This course is designed to teach students the methods and systematic procedures for analyzing and recording the financial transactions and operations of a business.
This course covers the nature of law, laws that apply to minors, criminal law, torts and claims, and laws that deal with discrimination.
This course is designed to teach students the concepts and usage of computer software programs.
This course is designed to expand on topics from Computer Applications I with emphasis on multimedia and web design.
This course is a study of the American economic system and its relationship to other economic systems. Both micro and macro economics will be covered within this course.
This course is designed to teach students the principles of owning a small business. Topics covered include: developing a business plan, cash flow and problems facing a small business owner.
This course will introduce students to the fundamental concepts, principles, skills, and attitudes in the fields of merchandising and marketing.
This course is designed to help students become informed, responsible, and active participants in their own health decisions.