FinTech Financial Technology
Foundations of Programming
Accounting Applications 1
This course emphasizes double-entry accounting; methods and principles of recording business transactions; the preparation of various documents used in recording income, expenses, acquisition of assets, incurrence of liabilities, and changes in equity; and the preparation of financial statements. The use of computers and appropriate software is required.
Business and Entrepreneurial Procedures
This course is designed to provide an introduction to business organization, management, and entrepreneurial principles. Topics include communication skills, various forms of business ownership and organizational structures, supervisory/management skills, leadership skills, human resources management activities, business ethics, and cultural diversity. Emphasis is placed on job readiness and career development. The use of computers is an integral part of this program.
This course is designed to provide a higher level of understanding of business systems, accounting concepts, working with financial information, data analysis skills, managing business information with appropriate software, requirements analysis of information systems, data modeling, and database management.
Program of Study
Meet our FinTech Teacher
Digital Media/Motion Graphics Production
Ms. Russo graduated from the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in Education and also holds a Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from Southern New Hampshire University. She holds teaching certifications in Business (6 – 12) and English (6 – 12) and is also ESOL endorsed. She has experience teaching English 1, English 3, Creative Writing 1 – 4, Critical Thinking Skills, Career Research and Decision Making, and Digital Information Technology. She currently holds industry certifications in Adobe After Effects, Microsoft Office Specialist in Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook, and CompTIA IT Fundamentals.