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1 Programs of Study The represents the cornerstone of Leander ISD s Career Development System. An important goal of the is for our graduates to be set apart from other students from across the state. The is the vehicle through which this is accomplished. A certificate is awarded upon graduation. More than 50 Programs of Study are currently available in the four Academies and are correlated to the federally supported Career Clusters. Courses chosen during high school become the foundation for the future; therefore, careful selection of courses will form a to a chosen post-secondary educational goal. See list below for a complete listing of the Programs of Study. How to use the : Courses that are part of the system were selected based on data collected from business and industry regarding skills needed to gain employment. 1) Select a based on the career field in which you are interested. Note that the section of this course catalog provides an outline of available certifications, college credit, corresponding extracurricular student-leadership opportunities, post-secondary majors, and careers. 2) The number of credits needed to earn a certificate refers to credits earned by passing identified courses; this number varies by. 3) Credit must be earned in any prerequisite courses listed, if any, for a certificate. 4) Credit must be earned in any required courses listed. 5) Supplemental courses to enhance learning should be considered if there is room remaining in your schedule. Leander ISD Academies / Career Clusters / Programs of Study Arts & Communication pages Communications page 37 Journalism Languages Other Than English Speech Communication Visual Communication Humanities page 37 Advanced Humanities General Fine Arts Performing Arts pages Band Choral Music Dance Technical Theatre Theatre Arts Visual Arts page 38 Interior Design & Architecture Photography - CPHS, RHS, VHS, VRHS Visual Arts Engineering & Industrial Technology pages Architecture & Construction page 41 Architectural Design Graphics - CPHS, LHS & RHS Construction Electricity - LHS Construction Technologies - CPHS & LHS General Technology Manufacturing page 41 Agricultural Mechanics Engineering Design Graphics General Agriculture Science, Technology, Engineering & Math page 42 Advanced Math Science Computer Science Engineering Sciences Project Lead The Way: Engineering - LHS, VHS & VRHS Transportation page 42 Automotive Technology - RHS Business & Computer Technology pages Finance, Business Management & Administration page 39 Accounting & Finance Management General Business Hospitality & Tourism page 40 Culinary Arts: Restaurant Management - CPHS Hospitality: Hotel Management - CPHS Information Technology page 39 Computer Technology Electronics - LHS & VRHS Internetworking Technology - CPHS Software Applications Marketing, Sales and Services page 40 Marketing and Management Public Relations Human Services, Health & Agriculture pages Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources page 43 General Animal Science Floral and Horticulture Design Veterinary Medical Applications - RHS & VHS Education & Training page 44 Education Health Science page 44 Biotechnology - CPHS & LHS Fitness & Wellness Health Science Technology Medical Sciences Sports Medicine Human Services page 43 Cosmetology - LHS Counseling & Mental Health Human Ecology Human Relations Law, Public Safety & Security page 44 Criminal Justice Technology - ACC Military Service - LHS & VRHS 36...Planning for the Future

2 Programs of Study: Arts & Communication Academy Journalism Languages Other than English Communications Cluster Speech Communication Visual Communications Required Courses (choose 2 or more from the following; check prerequisites): Journalism/Analysis of Visual Media (9-11) Advanced Journalism: Newspaper I, II, III Advanced Journalism: Yearbook I, II, III Advanced Journalism: Broadcast I, II, III (10-11) Choose 2 additional credits from the following if needed: Graphic Design & Illustration Journalism Independent Study I, II, III Photography Art II (CPHS, RHS, VRHS, VHS) Photojournalism (9-12) Audio/Video Production I Web Technologies Required Courses (3 credits of the same language): American Sign Language French German Latin Spanish Debate I-IV (9-12) Oral Interpretation I-IV (9-12) Public Speaking I-IV (9-12) Professional Communications Communication Applications (9-12) Required Courses (choose 3, check prerequisites): Graphic Design & Illustration Advanced Journalism: Broadcast I-III (CPHS, RHS, VHS) Animation Web Technologies Photojournalism Video Game Development Audio/Video Production I Advertising & Sales Promotion/Sports & Entertainment Marketing Art I (9-12) Business Information Management I (9-12) Web Technologies Principles of Business, Marketing, & Finance (9-12) Career Preparation (12) Language Level IV AP/IB Spanish V AP/IB (12) Art I (9-12) Communication Applications (9-12) Hotel Management/Travel & Tourism Management Hospitality Services: Hotel Management Instructional Practices in Education and Training Ready, Set, Teach! I Lifetime Nutrition and Wellness Advanced Journalism: Broadcast I-III (CPHS, RHS, VHS) Business Information Management I (9-12) Choir (9-12) Creative & Imaginative Writing Leadership (CPHS, LHS, VHS) or RAP (RHS, VRHS) PALs - Peer Assistance Leadership I Theatre (9-12) Theatre Productions (9-12) Instructional Practices in Education and Training - Ready, Set, Teach! I Principles of Business, Marketing, & Finance (9-12) Advertising & Sales Promotion/Sports & Entertainment Marketing Fashion Marketing/Retailing & E-tailing Counseling & Mental Health Art I (9-12) Business Information Management I (9-12) Computer Science I Pre-AP Creative & Imaginative Writing Interior Design Journalism/Analysis of Visual Media (9-12) Photography Art II (CPHS, RHS, VHS, VRHS) Technical Theatre (9-12) Photojournalism (9-12) College Credit: AP/IB Qualifying exam scores w Yearbook, Newspaper, Broadcast, Photography w UIL Journalism w Art Clubs w COOL Week w DECA w FCCLA or HOSA w Language Clubs w German Exchange Program w COOL Week w UIL Speech & Debate w Theatre Productions w PALs w COOL Week w Anime Club w Broadcast Staff w Graphic Design & Illustration Club w COOL Week w Education w Mass Communications w Graphic Design w Convergence Media * Web Design w International Studies w Bilingual Education w Linguistics w International Business w Public Relations w Sports Communication w Radio, Television, & Film w Political Communication w Web Designer w Graphic Design w Radio, Television & Film w Computer Animation w Graphic Designer w Photographer/Photojournalist w Writer/Editor w Social Media Writer/Analyst w Web Design w Teacher/Professor w International Sales Rep w Interpreter w Language Teacher w Travel Agent w Public Relations Specialist w Speech Writer w Clergy w Law/Politics Acting w Telecommunications w Psychologist/Social Work w Radio, Television & Film w Teaching Sales & Marketing w Animator w Graphic Designer w Web Designer w Advertising Humanities Cluster Advanced Humanities General Fine Arts 5 Credits Required 4 Credits Required Required Courses (choose 5): Art Drawing AP or Drawing I (ACC) Art 2D, 3D, Art History AP Art IB I-II (LHS) Creative Writing (ACC) English IV AP, IB (LHS), or English Comp. I-II (ACC) English III AP or IB (LHS) (11) European History AP History of Americas IB I- II (LHS) Introduction to Humanities (ACC) Introduction to Psychology (ACC) Introduction to Sociology (ACC) Languages Other than English AP, IB (LHS), and/or Dual Credit (ACC) Macroeconomics AP, IB (LHS), or Principles of Macroeconomics (ACC) Music Theory AP or Music Theory I (ACC) Psychology AP (CPHS, RHS, VHS VRHS), IB I-II (LHS), or Introduction to Psychology (ACC) Theatre IB I - II (LHS) Theory of Knowledge IB (LHS) (12) US Government AP or US Government (ACC) US History AP or US History II (ACC) World History AP (10) College Credit: AP/IB Qualifying Exam Scores or Dual Credit w National Honor Society w Academic Decathlon w UIL Academics w COOL Week Required Courses (choose 4): Art I (9-12) Art II Band I (9-12) Band II Band III Choir I (9-12) Choir II Dance I (9-12) Dance II Photography Art II (CPHS, RHS, VHS, VRHS) Photojournalism (9-12) Technical Theatre I (9-12) Technical Theatre II Theatre I (9-12) Theatre II Theatre Productions I (9-12) Theatre Productions II Principles & Elements of Floral Design Art AP - Art History w VASE Competitions w Art/Photography Club w Musical/Theatre Production w Band/Choir w International Studies w Political Science w Pre-Law w Comparative Literature w Music w Performance Studies w Dance w Education Careers w Museum Curator w Anthropologist w Professor w Lawyer w Actor w Performing Arts Instructor w Elementary Teacher w Musician Performing Arts Cluster Technical Theatre Theatre Arts Theatre I or Theatre Productions I (9-12) 2 credits in Technical Theatre (9-12) Agriculture Mechanics & Metal Technology Art I (9-12) Construction Technology (CPHS, LHS) Electrical Technology (LHS) Electronics (LHS, VRHS) Interior Design Introduction to Engineering Design - PLTW Graphic Design & Illustration Photography Art II (CPHS, RHS, VHS, VRHS) Principles of Business, Marketing, & Finance (9-12) w Film Club w Musical/Theatre Production w COOL Week w UIL One-Act Play w Arts Management w Theatre w Film Production w Visual & Performing Arts w Director w Prop Designer/Scenic Artist w Lighting Director w Sound Engineer 3 credits in Theatre and/or Theatre Productions and/or Theatre Arts IB I - II (LHS) Art I (9-12) Choir (9-12) Creative Imagination and Writing (10-12 Dance (9-12) Instructional Practices in Education and Training - Ready, Set, Teach! I Graphic Design & Illustration Photography Art II (CPHS, RHS, VHS, VRHS) Photojournalism Practicum in Education and Training - Ready, Set, Teach! II (12) Technical Theatre (9-12) Film Club w Musical/Theatre Production w COOL Week w UIL One-Act Play w Film Studies w Theatre Arts w Radio, Television & Film w Visual & Performing Arts w Actor w Voice Over Actor w Director w Theatre Teacher Planning for the Future...37

3 Programs of Study: Arts & Communication Academy Performing Arts Cluster Band Choral Music Dance 4 Credits Required 4 Credits Required 4 credits in Band and/or Color Guard (9-12) 3 Credits in Choir 3 Credits in Dance Instructional Practices in Education and Training - Ready, Set, Teach! I Dance Independent Study Choir (9-12) Communication Applications (9-12) Instructional Practices in Education and Training - Ready, Set, Teach! I Leadership (CPHS, LHS, VHS) (9-12) or RAP (RHS, VRHS) Graphic Design & Illustration Music Theory or Music Theory AP Theatre (9-12) Art I (9-12) Communication Applications (9-12) Instructional Practices in Education and Training - Ready, Set, Teach! I Leadership (CPHS, LHS, VHS) (9-12) or RAP (RHS, VRHS) Graphic Design & Illustration Music Theory or Music Theory AP Theatre (9-12) Theatre Productions (9-12) 4 Credits of the same Language Other than English Anatomy and Physiology Art I (9-12) Choir (9-12) Communication Applications (9-12) Leadership (CPHS, LHS, VHS) (9-12) or RAP (RHS, VRHS) Graphic Design & Illustration Technical Theatre (9-12) Theatre (9-12) w UIL Marching Band w Guitar Club w Concert Band w Musical Productions w Musical/Theatre Prod. w Guitar club w COOL Week w UIL Choir Competitions w Music Education w Music Composition w Music History, Literature & Theory w Instrumental Performance w Arranger/Composer w Elementary Music Teacher w Instrumental Performer w High School Band Director w Dance/Drill Team w Color Guard w Dance Competitions w Step Team w Music Education w Voice and Opera w Dance Education w Visual & Performing Arts w Dance Performance w Dance Production w Choir Music Director w Private Voice Instructor w Music Teacher w Professional Singer w Professional Dancer w Dance Studio Owner w Choreographer w Dance Team Director Interior Design and Architecture Architectural Design (CPHS, LHS, RHS) Interior Design Introduction to Engineering Design - PLTW (9-12) Principles & Elements of Floral Design Advanced Architectural Design (CPHS, LHS, RHS) Art I (9-12) Communication Applications (9-12) Construction Technology (CPHS, LHS) Counseling and Mental Health Professional Communications Career Preparation (12) Visual Arts Cluster Photography Required Courses (Choose 2; check pre-requisites: Art I (9-12) or Photojournalism I Advanced Journalism: Newspaper I Advanced Journalism: Yearbook I Journalism Independent Study (Photo) Photography Art II - III (CPHS, RHS, VHS, VRHS) Portfolio Development (required for ) Advanced Journalism: Yearbook I - III Editor Independent Study Graphic Design & Illustration Photography Art IV (CPHS, LHS, VHS, RHS) Photojournalism (9-12) Animation Journalism/Analysis of Visual Media (9-12) Visual Arts 3 credits in Art Portfolio Development Note: students have the opportunity to focus in either 2-D or 3-D media. Art AP/IB Interior Design Intro to Engineering Design - PLTW (9-12) Graphic Design & Illustration Photography Art II (CPHS, RHS, VHS, VRHS) Principles & Elements of Floral Design Technical Theatre (9-12) w FCCLA w SkillsUSA w Habitat for Humanity w COOL Week w Art/Photography Competitions w Journalism Staff w Art/Photography Club w COOL Week w Interior Architecture w Environmental Design w Architecture w Landscape Architecture w VASE Competition w Anime Club w Art/Photography Club w COOL Week w Commercial Photography w Commercial Art w Art History w Graphic Design w Art History w Graphic Design w Art Education w Studio Arts w Architect w Set Designer w Interior Designer w Home Stager w Photographer w Layout Designer w Media Communications w Art Director w Studio Photographer w Photojournalist w Studio Photographer w Artist w Game Designer w Art Director w Art Teacher 38...Planning for the Future

4 Programs of Study: Business & Computer Technology Academy Computer Technology Electronics Information Technology Cluster Internetworking Technology Software Applications 4 Credits Required Computer Maintenance (LHS, VRHS) Choose 2 additional credit from the following: CISCO Internetworking Technology I (CPHS) Computer Science I Pre-AP Digital Electronics - PLTW (LHS, VRHS) Advanced Electrical Technology (LHS, VRHS) Electronics (LHS, VRHS) Physics Principles of Engineering - PLTW Principles of Technology Technology Support - Tech Rep Electronics (LHS, VRHS) Principles of Technology or Physics Digital Electronics - PLTW (LHS, VRHS) or Advanced Electronics (LHS, VRHS) Agriculture Mechanics & Metal Technologies Computer Maintenance (LHS, VRHS) Advanced Electrical Technology (LHS, VRHS) Introduction of Engineering Design - PLTW (9-12) CISCO Internetworking Technology I (CPHS) CISCO Internetworking Technology II (CPHS) Computer Maintenance (LHS, VRHS) Business Information Management I (9-12) Computer Science I Pre-AP Web Technologies Business Information Management I (9-12) Business Information Management II Accounting I Accounting II Web Technologies Graphic Design & Illustration Global Business/Virtual Business Principles of Business, Marketing, & Finance (9-12) A+ Certification, College Credit: Courses for Articulated Credit CISCO Certified Entry Network Technician - 1st year, CISCO Certified Network Administrator - 2nd year, College Credit: Courses for Articulated Credit MOS Certification Word, MOS Certification EXCEL, MOS Certification, Power Point, College Credit: Courses for Articulated Credit w BEST Robotics Team w COOL Week w UIL Computer Science w SkillsUSA w BEST Robotics Team w Skills USA w COOL Week w COOL Week w DECA w COOL Week w Computer Science w Electrical Engineering w Computer Engineering w Computer Application w Electrical Engineering w Electronics w Nanotechnology w Internetworking Technology w Information Systems & Decision Science w Emergency Management/Homeland Security w Management and Information Systems w Computer or Software Hardware Engineer w Information Technology Programmer w Industrial Electronic Tech w Electrical Utility Supervisor w Electronic Design Engineer w Electronic Technician w Internetworking Technician w Network Administrator w Administrative Assistant w Systems Analyst w Office Manager w Database Administrator Finance, Business Management & Administration Cluster Accounting & Finance Management 4 Credits Required Required Courses (choose 2 or more from the following): Principles of Business, Marketing, & Finance (9-12) Accounting I Global Business/Virtual Business Choose 1-2 additional credit(s) from the following: Accounting II Business Information Management I (9-12) Business Management (Entrepreneurship) Business Information Management II 2 Credits of the same Language Other than English Career Preparation (12) General Business Required Courses (choose 1 or more): Business Information Management I (9-12) Principles of Business, Marketing, & Finance (9-12) Choose 1 or more additional credits from the following: Business Information Management II Principles of Information Technology (9-12) Career Preparation (12) Business Management (Entrepreneurship) Web Technologies Global Business/ Virtual Business Hotel Management/Travel & Tourism Management (CPHS, RHS) MOS Certification Word, MOS Certification EXCEL, MOS Certification, Power Point, College Credit: Courses for Articulated Credit w UIL Academics w COOL Week s w DECA w Key Club w UIL Academics w COOL Week s w DECA w Key Club w Accounting w Business Administration w Personal Finance w Human Resource Management w Marketing w Business w Finance w Management Information w Accountant w Bookkeeper w Business Manager/Owner w Financial Analyst w Administrative Assistant w Paralegal w Bank Teller w Office Manager Planning for the Future...39

5 Programs of Study: Business & Computer Technology Academy Marketing and Management Marketing, Sales and Services Cluster Public Relations Principles of Business, Marketing, & Finance (9-12) Advertising & Sales Promotion/Sports & Entertainment Marketing Fashion Marketing/Retailing & E-tailing Choose 1 additional credit if needed: Business Management (Entrepreneurship) Career Preparation (12) Advertising & Sales Promotion/Sports & Entertainment Marketing Communication Applications Global Business Journalism/Analysis of Visual Media (9-12) Leadership (CPHS, LHS, VHS) (9-12) or RAP (RHS, VRHS) PALs I - Peer Assistance and Leadership I PALs II - Peer Assistance and Leadership II (12) Principles of Business, Marketing, & Finance (9-12) Principles of Human Services (9-11) Public Speaking (9-12) Advanced Journalism: Broadcast I-II (CPHS, RHS, VHS) Business Information Management I (9-12) Business Information Management II Communication Applications Web Technologies Global Business/Virtual Business Leadership (CPHS, LHS, VHS) (9-12) or RAP (RHS, VRHS) Graphic Design & Illustration Public Speaking (9-12) Note: For one credit toward this program of study, students may substitute a maximum of two years of participation in the same extracurricular activity. The following activities are approved for substitution and must be documented by enrollment in the course and/or sponsor verification: Athletics, AVID, Band, Cheerleading, Choir, Color Guard, Debate, Dance Team, Technical Theatre, Theatre Productions, and JROTC. MOS Certification Word, MOS Certification EXCEL, MOS Certification Power Point w DECA w COOL Week s w DECA w COOL Week s w Marketing/Advertising w Fashion Merchandising w Business Management w Real Estate w Public Relations w Sports Management w Journalism w Business Administration w Market Research Analyst w Advertising Manager w Retail Manager w Exhibit Designer w Public Relations Specialist w Non-profit Fundraiser w Publicist/Sports Agent w Speech Writer Culinary Arts: Restaurant Management Hospitality and Tourism Cluster Hospitality: Hotel Management 4 Credits Required Lifetime Nutrition and Wellness or Culinary Arts Prep & Practicum in Culinary Arts I (CPHS) Choose 2 additional credits from the following: Business Management - Entrepreneurship Hospitality Services: Hotel Management (CPHS) Hotel Mgmt/Travel & Tourism Management (CPHS, RHS) Principles of Business, Marketing, & Finance (9-12) Principles of Human Services (9-11) Advertising & Sales Promotion Hotel Mgmt/Travel & Tourism Management (CPHS, RHS) Hospitality Services: Hotel Management (CPHS, RHS) (12) Accounting I Business Information Management I (9-12) Principles & Elements of Floral Design Global Business/Virtual Business Career Preparation (12) Accounting I Advertising & Sales Promotion/Sports & Entertainment Marketing Business Information Management I (9-12) Culinary Arts Prep Business Management - Entrepreneurship/Retailing & E-tailing Web Technologies Lifetime Nutrition and Wellness Principles & Elements of Floral Design Principles of Business, Marketing & Finance (9-12) Principles of Human Services (9-11) Career Preparation (12) Food Handler Certification, ServSafe, College Credit: Courses for Articulated Credit Austin Hotel & Lodging Association Certification, American Hotel & Lodging Associations Management Certification, College Credit: Courses for Articulated Credit w CTSO (FCCLA) w COOL Week w CTSO (FCCLA) w COOL Week w Culinary Arts w Nutrition w Food Science w Restaurant Management w Hotel & Motel Management w Hospitality Administration w Business Management w Tourism & Travel Mgmt. w Chef/Baker/Pastry Chef w Caterer w Restaurant Manager/Owner w Food & Beverage Management w Resort Manager w Concierge Manager w Event Planner w Travel Agent 40...Planning for the Future

6 Programs of Study: Engineering & Industrial Technology Academy Architectural Design Graphics Construction Electricity Architecture & Construction Cluster Construction Technologies General Technology Architectural Design (CPHS, LHS, RHS) Advanced Architectural Design (CPHS, LHS, RHS) Agricultural Mechanics & Metal Technologies Art I (9-12) Construction Technology (CPHS, LHS) Electrical Technology (LHS) Interior Design Introduction to Engineering Design - PLTW Electrical Technology (LHS) Advanced Electrical Technology (LHS) Agricultural Mechanics & Metal Technologies Computer Science I Pre-AP Construction Technology (CPHS, LHS) Electronics (LHS, VRHS) Intro to Engineering Design - PLTW (9-12) Physics or Principles of Technology Practicum in Electrical Construction Management (LHS) (12) Career Preparation (12) Construction Technology (CPHS, LHS) Advanced Construction Technology (CPHS, LHS) Agricultural Mechanics & Metal Technologies Electrical Technology (LHS) Interior Design Intro to Engineering Design - PLTW (9-12) Physics or Principles of Technology Practicum in Building Construction Management (CPHS, LHS) (12) Career Preparation (12) Agricultural Mechanics & Metal Technologies Computer Maintenance (LHS, VRHS) Construction Technology (CPHS, LHS) Electrical Technology (LHS) Electronics (LHS, VRHS) Introduction to Engineering Design - PLTW (9-12) Physics or Principles of Technology Automotive Technology (RHS) (10-11) w FCCLA w Habitat for Humanity w SkillsUSA w COOL Week w Landscape Architecture w Architectural Technology w Environmental Design w Interior Architecture CPR Certification, OSHA Certification, College Credit: Courses for Articulated Credit w FFA w Habitat for Humanity w SkillsUSA w COOL Week w Construction Science w Industrial Technology w Construction Inspection w Power Installation NCCR Certification, OSHA Certification, College Credit: Courses for Articulated Credit w FCCLA w Habitat for Humanity w SkillsUSA w COOL Week w Construction Science w Construction Trades w Construction Inspection w Survey Engineering OSHA Certification, College Credit: Courses for Articulated Credit w BEST Robotics Team w FFA w SkillsUSA w COOL Week w Industrial Technology w Warehousing Operations w Electronics Repair w Construction Science w Architect w Drafts Person w Construction Admin. w Landscape Architect w Master Electrician w Electrical Engineer w Electrical Inspector w Line Installer and Repair w Construction Management w Home Builder w Home Inspector w General Carpenter w Master Plumber w Stonemason w HVAC Technician w General Contractor Agricultural Mechanics Manufacturing Cluster Engineering Design Graphics General Agriculture Agriculture Mechanics & Metal Technologies Agricultural Facilities Design and Fabrication Practicum in Agricultural Mechanics (12) Physics or Principles of Technology Advanced Electrical Technology (LHS) Construction Technology (CPHS, LHS) Electrical Technology (LHS) Introduction to Engineering Design - PLTW (9-12) Professional Communications Intro to Engineering Design - PLTW (9-12) Principles of Engineering - PLTW Physics or Principles of Technology Computer Science I Pre-AP Agriculture Mechanics & Metal Technologies Construction Technology (CPHS, LHS) Electrical Technology (LHS) Electronics (LHS, VRHS) Agricultural Facilities Design and Fabrication Agriculture Mechanics & Metal Technologies Livestock Production/Small Animal Management or Wildlife, Fisheries, & Ecology Management Principles and Elements of Floral Design or Horticulture Science/ Landscape Design & Turf Grass Management (CPHS, LHS) Principles of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources (9-12) Professional Communications OSHA Certification, Angler Certification, Hunter/Boater Safety Certification, Texas State Florists Association Student Certification, Pesticide Applicator Certification, College Credit: Courses for Articulated Credit w FFA w BEST Robotics Team w COOL Week w SkillsUSA w BEST Robotics Team w COOL Week w FFA w COOL Week w 4H w Agricultural Engineering w Ag Equipment Technology w Agricultural Power Machinery w Agricultural Mechanization w Civil Drafting w Industrial Design w Computer-Aided Drafting w Engineering w Agricultural Business w Sustainable Agriculture w Farm & Ranch Management w Soil Science w Construction Manager w Welder w Metal Fabrication and Construction w Draftsperson w Industrial Designer w Graphics Designer w Civil Engineer w Agricultural Economist w Nursery Manager w Agricultural Extension Agent w Conservation Officer Planning for the Future...41

7 Programs of Study: Engineering & Industrial Technology Academy Science, Technology, Engineering & Math Cluster Advanced Math Science 5 Credits Required Computer Science Engineering Sciences Project Lead The Way: Engineering 4 Credits Required Required Courses (choose 5): Algebra II Pre-AP or Algebra II Pre-IB (LHS) Anatomy & Physiology Advanced Biology AP or Biology IB I-II (LHS) Calculus AP (12) Calculus (ACC) Chemistry AP or Chemistry II IB (LHS) Chemistry Pre-AP or Chemistry I IB (LHS) College Algebra (ACC) Computer Science I Pre-AP or Fundamentals of Programming (ACC) Computer Science II AP or C++ Programming (ACC)/Data Structures (ACC) Environmental Biology (ACC) Environmental Science AP Introduction to Biotechnology (ACC) Introduction to Chemistry (ACC) Medical Terminology (ACC) Mathematics IB (LHS) (12) Physics Pre-AP or General College Physics (ACC) Physics AP or Physics IB I-II (LHS) Pre-Calculus Pre-AP or Pre-Calculus IB (LHS) Scientific Research & Design Statistics AP (12) Stellar Astronomy (ACC) Stellar Astronomy (ACC) Computer Science I Pre-AP Computer Science II AP Advanced Journalism: Broadcast I (CPHS, RHS, VHS) Business Information Management I (9-12) CISCO Internetworking I (CPHS) CISCO Internetworking II (CPHS) Computer Maintenance (LHS, VRHS) Electronics (LHS, VRHS) Web Technologies Graphic Design & Illustration Technology Support - Tech Reps Video Game Development Required Courses (choose 4): Introduction to Engineering Design - PLTW (9-12) Computer Science I Pre-AP Physics or Physics I IB (LHS) Pre-Calculus, AP/IB Qualifying Exam Scores, AP Qualifying Exam Scores w Mu Alpha Theta w Academic Decathlon w COOL Week w National Honor Society w BEST Robotics Team w UIL Computer Science w COOL Week Intro to Engineering Design - PLTW (9-12) Principles of Engineering - PLTW Digital Electronics - PLTW (LHS, VRHS) Aerospace Engineering - PLTW (VHS, VRHS) Engineering Design & Development (VHS) Architectural Design (CPHS, LHS, RHS) Calculus AP (12) Chemistry AP or Chemistry I-II IB (LHS) Computer Science II AP Earth & Space Science Electrical Technology (LHS) Electronics (LHS, VRHS) Environmental Science AP Environmental Systems Mathematics IB (LHS) (12) Physics AP or Physics II IB (LHS) Principles of Engineering - PLTW Agriculture Mechanics & Metal Technologies Computer Science I Pre-AP Construction Technology (CPHS,LHS) Physics Pre-Calculus Principles of Technology, AP/IB Qualifying Exam Scores, AP Qualifying Exam Scores w BEST Robotics Team w SkillsUSA w COOL Week wjets or UIL Competitions w Robotics Club w SkillsUSA w COOL Week w Applied Mathematics w Science Technology w Statistics w Biotechnology w Computer Science w Computer System. Analysis w Computer Support Spec. w System Administration w Engineering Technology w Materials Engineering w Industrial Engineering w Mechanical Engineering w Electrical Engineering w Nuclear Engineering w Robotics Technology w Civil Engineering w Biomedical Engineer w Professor/Teacher w Actuary w Research Scientist Transportation Cluster Automotive Technology Automotive Technology (RHS) (10-11) Advanced Automotive Technology (RHS) Practicum in Automotive Technology: Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics (RHS) (12) NATEF Certification, College Credit: Courses for Articulated Credit COOL Week w Alt. Fuel Vehicle Technology w Vehicle Emissions Tech. w Automotive Technology w Small Engine Repair Technology w Automotive Technology w Small Engine Repair w Auto Body Repair w Heavy Equipment Maintenance 42...Planning for the Future w Software Engineer w Information Systems Manager. w Games Programmer w Web Developer w Civil Engineer w Health & Safety Engineer w Environmental Engineer w Nuclear Engineer w Civil Engineer w Mechanical Engineer w Engineering Technician w Petroleum Engineer

8 Programs of Study: Human Services, Health & Agriculture Academy General Animal Science Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources Cluster Floral and Horticulture Design Veterinary Medicine Principles of Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources (9-10) Wildlife, Fisheries & Ecology Management Livestock Production/ Small Animal Management Advanced Animal Science Advanced Biotechnology (CPHS, LHS) Anatomy & Physiology Advanced Biology AP, IB I, IB II Professional Communications Angler Certification, Hunter/Boater Safety Certification, Certified Veterinary Assistant,, Dual Credit Choose 2 or more credits from the following: Horticulture Science/Landscape Design & Turf Grass Management (CPHS, LHS) Principles & Elements of Floral Design Interior Design Choose 1 additional credit from the following if needed: AP Environmental Science or Environmental Systems Art I (9-12) Principles of Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources (9-10) Earth and Space Science Architectural Design (CPHS, LHS, RHS) Introduction to Engineering Design (9-12) Professional Communications Texas State Florists' Association Student Certification, Pesticide Applicator Certification, College Credit: AP Qualifying Exam Scores Veterinary Medical Applications Choose 2 additional credits from the following: Principles of Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources (9-10) Livestock Production/Small Animal Management Advanced Animal Science Anatomy & Physiology Advanced Principles of Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources (9-10) Professional Communications Medical Microbiology Medical Terminology/Pharmacology Certified Veterinary Assistant w FFA w 4H w Animal Shelter Volunteer w COOL Week w FFA w 4H w Community Garden Volunteer w COOL Week w FFA w Animal Shelter Volunteer w HOSA w COOL Week w Animal Science w Dairy Science w Agriculture Systems Management w Poultry Science w Ag Extension Agent w Poultry Hatchery Manager w Natural Resources Manager w Veterinary Technician w Floriculture w Environmental Design w Horticulture w Landscape Design w Biomedical Science w Veterinary Pathology w Veterinary Public Health w Epidemiology w Florist w Plant Geneticist w Landscape Architect w Golf Course Manager w Animal Nutritionist w Veterinarian w Animal Trainer w Veterinary Pathologist Cosmetology Counseling & Mental Health Human Services Cluster Human Ecology Human Relations 6 Credits Required Cosmetology I (3 Credits) (LHS) Cosmetology II (3 Credits) (LHS) (12) Principles of Human Services (9-11) Counseling and Mental Health Child Development Instructional Practice in Education and Training - Ready, Set, Teach! I Investigations in Psychology/Psychology AP (CPHS, RHS, VHS, VRHS) PALs I - Peer Assistance and Leadership I Psychology I IB (LHS) RAP - Raiders/Rangers Assisting Peers (RHS, VRHS) Principles of Human Services/Interpersonal Studies (9-11) Child Development Lifetime Nutrition and Wellness Interior Design Ready, Set, Teach! Child Development Instructional Practice in Education and Training - Ready, Set, Teach! I Investigations in Psychology/Psychology AP (CPHS, RHS, VHS, VRHS) or Psychology I-II IB (LHS) Leadership (CPHS, LHS, VHS) (9-12) or RAP (RHS, VRHS) PALs I - Peer Assistance and Leadership I PALs II - Peer Assistance and Leadership II (12) Principles of Human Services (9-11) Accounting I Anatomy & Physiology Advanced Chemistry Communication Applications Professional Communications Health (9-12) Principles of Human Services (9-11) Principles of Business, Marketing, & Finance (9-12) Anatomy & Physiology Advanced Communication Applications Health (9-12) Medical Terminology/Pharmacology Practicum in Education and Training - Ready, Set, Teach! II (12) Principles of Health Science I Ready, Set, Teach! II (12) Culinary Arts: Restaurant Management (CPHS) Hotel Management/Travel & Tourism Management Counseling & Mental Health *Note: For one credit towards this program of study, students may substitute a maximum of two years of participation in the same extracurricular activity. The following activities are approved for substitution and must be documented by enrollment in the course and/or sponsor verification: Athletics, AVID, Band, Cheerleading, Choir, Color Guard, Debate, Dance Team, Technical Theatre, Theatre Productions, and JROTC. State of Texas Cosmetology License (upon passing the state exam), AP/IB Qualifying Exam Scores, AP/IB Qualifying Exam Scores w SkillsUSA w Key Club w FCCLA w COOL Week w FCCLA w Big Brothers/Big Sisters w PALs w COOL Week w FCCLA w Key Club w PALs w COOL Week w FCCLA w Miracle League Volunteer w Key Club w COOL Week w Applied Science for Cosmetology w Clinical Psychology w Human Development w Family Psychology w Forensic Psychology w Family Studies and Human Services w Human Nutrition w Apparel, Textiles, & Interior Design w Gerontology w Hospitality w Human Resource Dev. w Public Administration w Human Services w Youth Services w Nail Technician w Make-Up Artist w Esthetician w Salon/ Spa Manager w Psychologist w Social Worker w Counselor w Psychiatrist w Event Planner w Food Scientist w Registered Dietician w Marriage & Family Therapist w Career Counselor w Outdoor Recreation Specialist w Human Resources Officer w Peace Corps. Planning for the Future...43

9 Programs of Study: Human Services, Health & Agriculture Academy Biotechnology Fitness & Wellness Health Science Cluster Health Science Technology Medical Sciences Sports Medicine 3 Credits Chemistry Advanced Biotechnology (CPHS, LHS) Biology AP or Biology I IB (LHS) Biology II IB (LHS) (12) Chemistry AP or Chemistry I IB (LHS) Chemistry II IB (LHS) (12) Environmental Science AP or Environmental Systems Horticulture Science Livestock Production Medical Microbiology Pharmacology Small Animal Management Child Development Health Science Investigations in Psychology/Psychology AP (CPHS, RHS, VHS, VRHS) Lifetime Nutrition & Wellness Medical Microbiology Medical Terminology/Pharmacology Psychology I IB (LHS) Sports Medicine I (9-10) Sports Medicine II (10-11) Principles of Health Science Health Science (12) Anatomy & Physiology Advanced Biology AP or Biology I IB (LHS) Biology II IB (LHS) (12) Health Science I Medical Microbiology Medical Terminology/ Pharmacology Advanced Biotechnology (CPHS, LHS) Sports Medicine I Sports Medicine II Athletic Training I Athletic Training II Business Information Management I (9-12) Communication Applications Note: For one credit toward this program of study, students may substitute a maximum of 2 years of participation in the same extracurricular activity. The following activities are approved for substitution and must be documented by enrollment in the course and/or sponsor verification: Athletics, AVID, Band, Cheerleading, Choir, Color Guard, Debate, Dance Team, Technical Theatre, Theatre Productions, and JROTC. Anatomy & Physiology Advanced Bio AP or Biology I, II IB (LHS) Chemistry Child Development Counseling and Mental Health Leadership (CPHS, LHS, VHS) (9-12) or RAP (RHS, VRHS) Lifetime Nutrition and Wellness Medical Microbiology Medical Terminology/Pharmacology Advanced Biotechnology (CPHS, LHS) Sports Medicine I-II (9-11) Calculus AB AP (12) or Math IB (LHS) (12) Chemistry AP or Chemistry I-II IB (LHS) Child Development Counseling and Mental Health Leadership (CPHS, LHS, VHS) (9-12) or RAP (RHS, VRHS) Lifetime Nutrition and Wellness Physics Physics AP or Physics I-II IB (LHS) Practicum in Health Science (12) Pre-Calculus Sports Medicine I - II (9-11) Anatomy & Physiology Advanced Biology(9-12) Biology AP, Biology I-II IB (LHS) Counseling and Mental Health Health (9-12) Health Science Lifetime Nutrition and Wellness Medical Microbiology Medical Terminology/Pharmacology, AP/IB Qualifying Exam Scores, Dual Credit CPR/First Aid/AED Certification, College Credit: Courses for Articulated Credit, AP/IB Qualifying Exam Scores Certified Nursing Assistant, CPR/First Aid/ AED Certification, Phlebotomy Certification, CPR/First Aid/AED Certification, College Credit: Courses for Articulated Credit, AP/IB Qualifying Exam Scores, Dual Credit CPR/First Aid/AED Certification w HOSA w FFA w Environmental Club w COOL Week w HOSA w FCCLA w YMCA volunteer w COOL Week w HOSA w COOL Week w Adventures in Medicines Cedar Park RMC w HOSA w COOL Week w Adventures in Medicines Cedar Park RMC w S.W.A.T.A. Student Member w Miracle League Volunteer w CTATS w COOL Week w Biomedical Science w Microbiology w Molecular and Cell Biology w Clinical Laboratory Science w Health & Physical Fitness w Kinesiology w Fitness Administration w Personal Training w Medical Technology w Public Health w Nursing w Allied Health w Biomedical Science w Pre-veterinary Studies w Pre-medicine w Pre-pharmacy w Sport Management w Kinesiotherapy w Physical Therapy w Therapeutic Recreation w Forensic Scientist w Research Scientist w Lab Technician w Geneticist w Dietician w Personal Trainer w Physical Therapist w Pharmaceutical Sales Rep. w Nurse Practitioner w Pharmacy Technician w EMT w Phlebotomist w Anesthesiologist w Physician w Dentist w Surgeon w Athletic Trainer w Sports Nutritionist w Exercise Physiologist w Physical Therapist Education & Training Cluster Education Instructional Practice in Education and Training - Ready, Set, Teach! I Practicum in Education and Training - Ready, Set, Teach! II (12) Art I (9-12) Child Development Counseling and Mental Health Leadership (CPHS, LHS, VHS) (9-12) or RAP (RHS, VHS) Lifetime Nutrition & Wellness PALs I - Peer Assistance and Leadership I Principles of Human Services (9-11) Professional Communications or Communication Applications Certification and/ or College Credit: w FCCLA w PALs w Key Club w COOL Week w Elementary Education w Instructional Media w Special Education w Bilingual Education w Teacher w Librarian w Day Care Administrator w School Counselor Criminal Justice Technology Law, Public Safety & Security Cluster Military Service 4 Credits Required Required Courses (Dual Credit Only): Intro to Criminal Justice (ACC - CRIJ 1301) Court Systems and Practices (ACC - CRIJ 1306) Communication Applications Counseling and Mental Health Leadership (CPHS, LHS, VHS) (9-12) or RAP (RHS, VRHS) Principles of Human Services (9-11) Advanced Biotechnology (CPHS, LHS) Languages Other Than English JROTC I (9-12) College Credit: Dual Credit w JROTC w Criminal Justice w Pre-law Studies w Criminal Science w Corrections Administration w Criminal Investigator w Probation Officer w Lawyer w Police Officer AFJROTC I-III (LHS) or NJROTC I-III (VRHS) (9-12) AFJROTC IV (LHS) or NJROTC IV (VRHS) (12) Communication Applications Court Systems and Practices (ACC - CRIJ 1306) Intro to Criminal Justice (ACC - CRIJ 1301) Leadership (CPHS, LHS, VHS) (9-12) or RAP (RHS, VRHS) Professional Communications College Credit: Dual Credit Extracurricular Opportunities: w JROTC w Military Technologies w Emergency Management/Homeland Security Career opportunities vary based on career assessments/specialization/military branch 44...Planning for the Future

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