Learn about the major concepts and tools used for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. You’ll explore statistics through discussion and activities, and you’ll design surveys and experiments.

Course Content

  • Unit 1: Exploring One-Variable Data
  • Unit 2: Exploring Two-Variable Data
  • Unit 3: Collecting Data
  • Unit 4: Probability, Random Variables, and Probability Distributions
  • Unit 5: Sampling Distributions
  • Unit 6: Inference for Categorical Data: Proportions
  • Unit 7: Inference for Quantitative Data: Means
  • Unit 8: Inference for Categorical Data: Chi-Square
  • Unit 9: Inference for Quantitative Data: Slopes

Explore the concepts, methods, and applications of differential and integral calculus. You’ll work to understand the theoretical basis and solve problems by applying your knowledge and skills.

Course Content

  • Unit 1: Limits and Continuity
  • Unit 2: Differentiation: Definition and Fundamental Properties
  • Unit 3: Differentiation: Composite, Implicit, and Inverse Functions
  • Unit 4: Contextual Applications of Differentiation
  • Unit 5: Analytical Applications of Differentiation
  • Unit 6: Integration and Accumulation of Change
  • Unit 7: Differential Equations
  • Unit 8: Applications of Integration

Explore the principles of economics that apply to an economic system as a whole. You’ll use graphs, charts, and data to analyze, describe, and explain economic concepts.

Course Content

  • Unit 1: Basic Economic Concepts
  • Unit 2: Economic Indicators and the Business Cycle
  • Unit 3: National Income and Price Determination
  • Unit 4: Financial Sector
  • Unit 5: Long-Run Consequences of Stabilization Policies
  • Unit 6: Open Economy—International Trade and Finance

Study the principles of economics that apply to the behavior of individuals within an economic system. You’ll use graphs, charts, and data to analyze, describe, and explain economic concepts.

Course Content

  • Unit 1: Basic Economic Concepts
  • Unit 2: Supply and Demand
  • Unit 3: Production, Cost, and the Perfect Competition Model
  • Unit 4: Imperfect Competition
  • Unit 5: Factor Markets
  • Unit 6: Market Failure and the Role of Government

Learn the principles that underlie the science of computing and develop the thinking skills that computer scientists use. You’ll work on your own and as part of a team to creatively address real-world issues using the tools and processes of computation.

Course Content

  • Big Idea 1: Creative Development
  • Big Idea 2: Data
  • Big Idea 3: Algorithms and Programming
  • Big Idea 4: Computer Systems and Networks
  • Big Idea 5: Impact of Computing

Get familiar with the concepts and tools of computer science as you learn a subset of the Java programming language. You’ll do hands-on work to design, write, and test computer programs that solve problems or accomplish tasks.

Course Content

  • Unit 1: Primitive Types
  • Unit 2: Using Objects
  • Unit 3: Boolean Expressions and if Statements
  • Unit 4: Iteration
  • Unit 5: Writing Classes
  • Unit 6: Array
  • Unit 7: ArrayList
  • Unit 8: 2D Array
  • Unit 9: Inheritance
  • Unit 10: Recursion

Business Math is the study of mathematics required by the field of business. Business professionals will work with taxes, gross earnings, product prices, and currency exchange; they will be offered loans, lines of credit, mortgages, leases, savings bonds, and other financial tools. This textbook covers all of these topics and how these financial tools can maximize their earnings and minimize their costs. It also discusses how to execute smart monetary decisions both personally and for their business.

PART 1:  Mathematic Fundamentals for Business

Chapter 1:  Introduction

What Is Business Math?

Chapter 1 Appendix: Rounding Rules

Chapter 2:  Review Basic math and Algebra

2.1: Order of Operations 

2.2: Fractions, Decimals, and Rounding 

2.3: Percentages 

2.4: Algebraic Expressions 

2.5: Linear Equations – Manipulating and Solving 

2.6: Natural Logarithms 

Chapter 3:  General Business Management Applications 

3.1: Analyzing Change 

3.2: Averages 

3.3: Ratios, Proportions, and Prorating 

PART 2:  Applications in Human Resources, Economics, Marketing, and Accounting

Chapter 4:  Human Resource & Economic Applications 

4.1: Gross Earnings 

4.2: Personal Income Tax 

4.3: Indexes 

Chapter 5:  Marketing and Accounting Fundamentals 

5.1: Cost-Revenue-Net Income Analysis 

5.2: Break-Even Analysis 

Chapter 6:  Marketing Applications 

6.1: Figuring out the Cost: Discounts 

6.2: Markup – Setting the Regular Price 

6.3: Markdown – Setting the Sale Price 

6.4: Merchandising 

Chapter 7:  Accounting Applications 

7.1: Sales Taxes 

7.2: Property Taxes 

7.3: Exchange Rates and Currency Exchange 

7.4: Invoicing — Terms of Payment and Cash Discounts 

PART 3:  Applications in Finance, Banking, and Investing:  Working With Single Payments

Chapter 8:  Simple Interest: Working With Single Payments & Applications 

8.1: Principal, Rate, Time 

8.2: Moving Money Involving Simple Interest 

8.3: Application: Savings Accounts And Short-Term GICs 

8.4: Application: Promissory Notes 

8.5: Application: Loans 

8.6: Application: Treasury Bills & Commercial Papers 

Chapter 9:  Compound Interest: Working With Single Payments 

9.1: Compound Interest Fundamentals 

9.2: Determining the Future Value 

9.3: Determining the Present Value 

9.4: Equivalent Payments 

9.5: Determining the Interest Rate 

9.6: Equivalent and Effective Interest Rates 

9.7: Determining the Number of Compounds 

Chapter 10:  Compound Interest: Applications Involving Single Payments 

10.1: Application: Long-Term GICs 

10.2: Application: Long-Term Promissory Notes 

10.3: Application: Savings Bonds 

10.4: Application: Strip Bonds 

10.5: Application: Inflation, Purchasing Power, and Rates Of Change 

PART 4:  Applications in Finance, Banking, and Investing:  Working With A Continuous Series of Payments (Annuities)

Chapter 11:  Compound Interest: Annuities 

11.1: Fundamentals of Annuities 

11.2: Future Value Of Annuities 

11.3: Present Value Of Annuities 

11.4: Annuity Payment Amounts 

11.5: Number Of Annuity Payments 

11.6: Annuity Interest Rates 

 Chapter 12:  Compound Interest: Special Applications Of Annuities 

12.1: Deferred Annuities 

12.2: Constant-Growth Annuities 

12.3: Perpetuities 

12.4: Leases 

12.5: Application: How To Purchase A Vehicle 

12.6: Application: Planning Your RRSP 

PART 5:  Applications in Finance, Banking, and Investing:  Amortization and Special Concepts

Chapter 13:  Understanding Amortization & Its Applications 

13.1: Calculating Interest and Principal Components 

13.2: Calculating the Final Payment 

13.3: Amortization Schedules 

13.4: Special Application:  Mortgages 

Chapter 14:  Bonds and Sinking Funds 

14.1: Determining the Value of a Bond 

14.2: Calculating a Bond’s Yield 

14.3: Sinking Fund Schedules 

14.4: Debt Retirement & Amortization 

 Chapter 15:  Making Good Decisions 

15.1: Net Present Value 

15.2: Other Measures For Making Decisions 


  • The Foundations of Business
  • Economics and Business
  • Ethics and Social Responsibility
  • Business in a Global Environment
  • Forms of Business Ownership
  • Entrepreneurship: Starting a Business
  • Management and Leadership
  • Structuring Organizations
  • Operations Management
  • Motivating Employees
  • Managing Human Resources
  • Marketing: Providing Value to Customers
  • Accounting and Financial Information
  • Personal Finances

Financial Accounting

Managerial Accounting

  • Mathematical Operations: Numbers, Fractions and Decimals
  • Ratio, Proportion and Percentage
  • Basic Algebra
  • Linear Equations and Graphing
  • Algebraic Factoring and Fractions
  • Progressions and Logarithms
  • Sets and Inequalities
  • Geometry
  • Trigonometry
  • Probability, Data Analysis and Statistics