Dual Credit Courses

Living Word Lutheran High School offers dual credit courses through two different universities: Concordia University Wisconsin and Grand Canyon University. Students are able to begin taking courses starting their 2nd semester of their freshman year. All the classes are online and are led by an instructor through readings, videos, assignments, and discussions using learning management software. Students have weekly deadlines but may login anytime during the week. Each class has a separate fee per semester.

For course offerings and more information, please visit the following links (for course offerings, scroll down to the bottom of each link once you are on the page):

Concordia University Wisconsin Dual Credit

Grand Canyon University Dual Credit

Questions?

Reach out to Kim Ehley, Academic/Guidance Counselor, at kehley@lwlhs.com.

Business Department

The business education department has been in existence since 2003. The department has seen rapid growth as far as participation and course offerings. Business education at Living Word has something for the beginner just trying to figure out an area of interest and courses for the advanced that plan on pursuing a career in the business field. The department uses the following instructional strategies in order to create the ultimate education experience: Case Studies, Guest Speakers, Field Work, Field Trips, Lecture, Small Group Communication, Technology, & Current Events. Class trips to the following organizations: Green Bay Packers – Lambeau Field (Marketing and Sales), Harley Davidson (Production), Milwaukee Brewers – Miller Park (Promotions and Marketing), & Kohler Company (Production and Design).

The Business Department is designed to:

  • Introduce the world of business
  • Break down different focus areas (marketing, law, accounting, management, etc.)
  • Improve communication skills
  • Become more familiar with the benefits of technology
  • Keep up to date on current events
  • Learn personal finance skills
  • Create career skills (resume, interview, cover letter, etc.)
  • Simulate business situations
  • Understand conflict management
  • Create a sense of personal accountability
  • Learn proper ethical values
  • Open a door for a possible career in business

Course Offerings:

  • Accounting I
  • Accounting II
  • Advanced Business Management
  • Marketing
  • Business Law
  • Economics
  • General Business (Intro to Business)
  • Personal Finance

Business Faculty: