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1 Interactive Media Business Information Management I Grades 9-12 (Business Cluster) Digital & Interactive Media Grades Web Technologies Programming and Software Development Programming Grades Problems & Solutions in Trade & Industrial Ed Grade 12.5-s Problems & Solutions in Business, Finance & Information Grade 12.5-s Business Education Career Prep I Credits PreReq Business Information Management I (BIM I) or Desktop Publishing Networking Systems Maintenance Grades Career Prep I and II Credits Internetworking Technologies I (Fall semester) Internetworking Technologies II (Spring semester)

2 The following programs of study are available within the Information cluster. Information Support and Services Interactive Media Programming and Software Development Network Systems Interactive Media 9146CT Digital and Interactive Media Formerly Business Image Management and Multimedia Grade Placement Credit Unit Prerequisite Business Information Management I (BIM I) or Desktop Publishing and Approval Process or Pass Proficiency Test and Approval Process Past Prereq Business Information Systems I (BCIS I) or Desktop Publishing In this course students will develop proficiencies in designing, importing, and manipulating advanced text, graphics and audio used in presentation management, multimedia productions, publishing systems, web design, and emerging technologies. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. Advanced Technical Credit and Tech Prep college credit are available through community colleges in Texas. 9147CT Web Technologies *New Course* Credit Unit Prerequisite Business Information Management I (BIM I) or Desktop Publishing and Approval Process or Pass Proficiency Test and Approval Process Past Prereq Business Information Systems I (BCIS I) or Desktop Publishing Through the study of web technologies and design, students create web sites based on the needs of a client. The student researches legal and copyright issues, hardware and software, connectivity issues and security protocols to make professional web pages. Students are expected to plan, create and maintain web sites with appropriate graphics, content, video and programming elements. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. Advanced Technical Credit and Tech Prep college credit are available through community colleges in Texas. 32

3 Programming and Software Development 9148CT Programming Formerly Business Programming Grade Placement Credit Unit Prerequisite None This course introduces beginning programming. Student will apply an algorithmic approach (program execution, testing, debugging, and data storage) to problem solving and program design using an appropriate programming language. Emphasis is placed on programming problem identification and solving. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. Network Systems 9644CT Maintenance Formerly Introduction to Maintenance Grade Placement Credit Unit Prerequisite None Students learn the principles of computer maintenance, including computer hardware and broad level components related to the installation, diagnosis, service, and repair of computer systems and electrical/electronic theory. To prepare for success, students will have the opportunities to build personal computers and troubleshoot common maintenance problems. Students may have the opportunity to take the CompTIA A+ certification test. 9647CT Internetworking Technologies I Credit Unit (2 class periods per semester) (Fall) Prerequisite Approval Process This course is designed to develop the skills needed to design, build and maintain small to medium-sized networks. In a lab setting that corresponds to the real world, students utilize the building blocks of today s global information technologies to design small to medium-sized local area networks. The course focuses on network fundamentals and protocols, network theory, structured cabling, and the configuration of routers, wireless equipment, and PCs. This high-tech learning environment provides students the knowledge and experience to enter the workforce and/or further their education and training in the computer networking field. This course is the first part of the Cisco Networking Academy Program that can lead to industry recognized certifications: the Cisco Certified Entry Network Technician (CCENT) and the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA). Dual Credit is available through Lone Star College System. Students will receive advanced grade points for this course. 33

4 9651CT Internetworking Technologies II Credit Unit (2 class periods per semester)(spring) Prerequisite Successful completion of Internetworking Technologies I and Approval Process This course is the second part of the Cisco Networking Academy Program. It focuses on switching, basic network security, LAN design, WAN design, and exploration of advanced routing protocols. This high-tech learning environment provides students the knowledge and experience to enter the workforce and/or further their education and training in the computer networking field. Successful completion of Internetworking Technologies I and II will prepare the student to take the Cisco Certified Networking Associate examination. Upon passing the CCNA exam, the student will have a network certification that is recognized by the information technology industry and businesses around the world. Dual Credit is available through Lone Star College System. Students will receive advanced grade points for this course. 9149CT *New Course* Research in Information Solutions Grade Placement Credit Units Prerequisite..... Completion of at least Two Courses in Information cluster and Approval Process A student will gain advanced knowledge and skills in the application, design, production, implementation, maintenance, evaluation and assessment of products, services and systems. Analytical skills and application of information technology concepts and standards are essential to prepare students for success in a technology-driven society. 9180CT Formerly Business Education Independent Study Problems and Solutions in Business, Finance and Information Grade Placement Credit /2-1 Unit Prerequisite..... Completion of at least Two Courses in the Chosen Career Concentration Coherent Sequence and Approval Process A project-based learning experience developed by a student or group of students, teacher, and an interdisciplinary mentor team. The project provides opportunities for an in-depth study of at least one aspect of the business area. The student or group demonstrates the ability to utilize a variety of resources, advanced technology, and communication skills in the development and presentation of the project. This project-based course may allow a student to meet one of the Distinguished Achievement Program advanced measures. Incoming 9th graders of will receive advanced grade points for this course. 34

5 9680CT Problems and Solutions in Trade & Industrial Education Grade Placement Credit /2-1 Unit Prerequisite Completion of at least Two Courses in the Chosen Career Concentration Coherent Sequence and Approval Process A project-based learning experience developed by a student or group of students, teacher and an interdisciplinary mentor team. The project provides opportunities for an in-depth study of at least one aspect of an industry in the trade and industrial program area. The student or group demonstrates the ability to utilize a variety of resources, advanced technology, and communication skills in the development and presentation of a project. This project-based course may allow a student to meet one of the Distinguished Achievement Program advanced measures. Incoming 9 th graders of will receive advanced grade points for this class. I (2hr 9178CT) (3hr 9176CT) II (2hr 9179CT)(3hr 9177CT) Business Education Career Preparation I, II Formerly BCIS II (Work-Based Career Preparation) and Business Education Career Preparation II Credit Units Prerequisite Business Information Management I (BIM I) or Desktop Publishing, (16 years of age) and Approval Process Past Prereq Business Information Systems I (BCIS I) or Desktop Publishing, (16 years of age) and Approval Process This course provides an opportunity for students to obtain high school training through work-based paid experiences. The student attends one class period of instruction and reports to an approved training site for a minimum of hours per week. Advanced concepts and technical skills in business management and enable the student to function successfully in the workplace. Emphasis includes technical skills, effective oral and written communication, planning and organizing work, establishing priorities, records and information management, and operation of equipment. Students provide their own transportation to their training stations. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. I (2hr-9677CT) ( 3 hr-9676ct) II (2hr-9679CT) (3hr-9678CT) Career Preparation I, II Credit I 2-3 Units, II 2-3 Units Prerequisite years of age and Approval Process A work-based learning program that combines occupationally related classroom instruction and work-based experiences. Students work in a skilled occupation relating to communications and media, construction and maintenance, electrical and electronics, industrial and manufacturing, safety and security, metal technology, automotive/transportation or other specialty areas. Safety, entrepreneurship, leadership and career opportunities are included with work ethics and job related study in the classroom. Students must provide their own transportation to their training station. This course is offered at Klein High School. 35

6 Cluster Overview: Encompass entry level, technical, and professional careers related to the design, development and support of hardware, software, multimedia, and systems integration services. High School Intermediate 9 th 10 th 11 th 12 th English (4 credits) English I English II English III English IV Government Social Studies World Geography World History US History (4 credits) Economics Math (4 credits) Algebra I Geometry Algebra II 4 th yr Approved Math Science (4 credits) Biology Chemistry Physics 4 th yr Approved Science Additional Req d Credits Info Tech Courses Electives Total Information - Program of Study Network Systems Network and Systems Administrator Communications Specialist, Support Specialist, Security Specialist, Help Desk/Call Support, Repair Technician Student: Grade School: ID: Date: P.E. or Equivalent ( Foreign Language (2- Fine Art ( Comm Apps or Prof Communications (.5) Concepts of Engineering & Architectural Design ( 9-12 Business Information Management I ( On-the-Job-Training Programming ( Maintenance ( Digital & Interactive Media ( Science ( Robotics ( Internetwkg Tech ( Science II ( or Career Preparation (2- Prob & Sol in Bus, Mkt & Info Tech ( 12 Research in Info Tech ( 12 Extended Learning Experiences Web Developer Product Specialist Applications Support Curricular Experiences: Certificates Business Professionals of America A+ OSHA CareerSafe Career Learning Experiences Associate s Degree Bachelor s Degree Graduate Degree Programming Info Systems Information Post-Secondary Applied Mathematics Science Science & Engineering Data Processing /Software Engineering Business Information Systems Career Preparation; Internship; Job Shadowing Extracurricular Experiences: Student Government; Scouts; Community Service Volunteer; Honor Society; ROTC; Campus Service Organization; Peer Tutoring Useful Links Klein CTE Additional Information Graduation Plan Requirements Career Cruising Graduation Plan Distinguished Distinguished Achievement Plan Measures Dual Credit Courses Advanced Placement Courses Advanced Technical Credit (ATC) or locally articulated courses (Tech Prep) Counselor: Student Signature Date Parent/Guardian Signature Date

7 Cluster Overview: Encompass entry level, technical, and professional careers related to the design, development and support of hardware, software, multimedia, and systems integration services. High School Intermediate 9 th 10 th 11 th 12 th English (4 credits) English I English II English III English IV Government Social Studies World Geography World History US History (4 credits) Economics Math (4 credits) Algebra I Geometry Algebra II 4 th yr Approved Math Science (4 credits) Biology Chemistry Physics 4 th yr Approved Science Additional Req d Credits Info Tech & Tech Apps Courses Electives Total Information - Program of Study Web and Digital Media Web and Digital Media Web Developer, Webmaster, Web Administrator, Web Programmer Interactive Media Multimedia Producer, Web Pagemaker, Graphics Designer Student: P.E. or Equivalent ( Foreign Language (2- Fine Art ( Comm Apps or Prof Communications (.5) Business Information Management I ( On-the-Job-Training Digital & Interactive Media ( or Game Prg & Design (.5) and Mobile Appl & Devel (.5) Grade School: ID: Date: Web Technologies ( or Web Design ( Digital Video & Audio Design ( Art I (9-1 Web Game Development ( 9-12 Bus Info Mgmt II ( Extended Learning Experiences Media Aide Web Page Designer Curricular Experiences: Certificates Business Professionals of America IC3 Adobe Certified Expert Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Career Learning Experiences Associate s Degree Media Post-Secondary Web Design/Development Animation Career Preparation; Internship; Job Shadowing Extracurricular Experiences: Useful Links Klein CTE Additional Information Graduation Plan Requirements Career Cruising Graduation Plan Distinguished Distinguished Achievement Plan Measures Dual Credit Courses Advanced Placement Courses Advanced Technical Credit (ATC) or locally articulated courses (Tech Prep) Bachelor s Degree Graphic Design Communications Visual Art Studies Student Government; Scouts; Community Service Volunteer; Honor Society; ROTC; Campus Service Organization; Peer Tutoring Graduate Degree Film/Television Production Business Broadcasting Telecommunications Counselor: Student Signature Date Parent/Guardian Signature Date

8 Cluster Overview: Encompass entry level, technical, and professional careers related to the design, development and support of hardware, software, multimedia, and systems integration services. High School Intermediate 9 th 10 th 11 th 12 th English (4 credits) English I English II English III English IV Government Social Studies World Geography World History US History (4 credits) Economics Math (4 credits) Algebra I Geometry Algebra II 4 th yr Approved Math Science (4 credits) Biology Chemistry Physics 4 th yr Approved Science Additional Req d Credits Info Tech Courses Electives Total Information - Program of Study Programming and Software Development Programming & Software Development Programmer, Software Engineer, Software Tester, Support Specialist Student: P.E. or Equivalent ( Foreign Language (2- Fine Art ( Comm Apps or Prof Communications (.5) Concepts of Engineering & Architectural Design ( 9-12 Business Information Management I ( On-the-Job-Training Programming ( Maintenance ( Digital & Interactive Media ( Grade School: ID: Date: Science ( Robotics ( Internetwkg Tech ( Science II ( or Career Preparation (2- Prob & Sol in Bus, Mkt & Info Tech ( 12 Research in Info Tech ( 12 Extended Learning Experiences Web Developer Product Specialist Applications Support Curricular Experiences: Certificates Business Professionals of America A+ OSHA CareerSafe Career Learning Experiences Associate s Degree Bachelor s Degree Graduate Degree Programming Info Systems Information Post-Secondary Applied Mathematics Science Science & Engineering Data Processing /Software Engineering Business Information Systems Career Preparation; Internship; Job Shadowing Extracurricular Experiences: Student Government; Scouts; Community Service Volunteer; Honor Society; ROTC; Campus Service Organization; Peer Tutoring Useful Links Klein CTE Additional Information Graduation Plan Requirements Career Cruising Graduation Plan Distinguished Distinguished Achievement Plan Measures Dual Credit Courses Advanced Placement Courses Advanced Technical Credit (ATC) or locally articulated courses (Tech Prep) Counselor: Student Signature Date Parent/Guardian Signature Date

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