t^iqebo=`eofpqf^k=^`^abjv=

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "t^iqebo=`eofpqf^k=^`^abjv="

Transcription

1 t^iqebo=`eofpqf^k=^`^abjv= FOUR YEAR CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS AND ELECTIVES Revised 3/11/15 The following requirements have been adopted in order to ensure that our students are prepared for the next level of education upon graduation from Walther. The curriculum of Walther Christian Academy is, primarily, a liberal arts, college preparatory course of study. Its purpose is to provide a well-rounded, multi-disciplinary education which will provide an excellent base for post-secondary education. Twenty-four (24) credits are required for graduation. A credit is earned for a subject continued for five periods a week throughout one school year. Credit is given on a semester basis. Some courses are only one semester (0.5 credits) in length. For each semester a student is enrolled in Walther, 2.5 of 3 credits per semester must be issued by Walther. The twenty-four (24) credits required for graduation must include: 4.0 credits of English Including: 1 credit in American Literature Freshman English B is counted as an elective, not an English credit 3.0 credits of Science Including: 1 credit of Integrated Science 1 credit of life science (Biology, Environmental Science or Anatomy and Physiology) 1 credit of physical or earth science (Earth Science, Chemistry, Advanced Chemistry, AP Chemistry, Physics, or College Physics) 3.0 credits of Math Including: 1 credit in Algebra I A/B, Algebra I, Honors Algebra I, or Honors Algebra II Algebra I B is counted as an elective, not a Math credit 1 credit in Geometry or Honors Geometry 2.0 credits of Religion 3.0 credits of Social Studies Including: 1 credit of U.S. History or AP U.S. History Passing of U.S. and Illinois Constitution tests 1 credit of World Geography or World History 0.5 credit of a computer course 2.5 credits of Physical Education Including: 0.5 credit of Health 1.0 credit of Fine Arts (Art, Music) A maximum of 6 credits may come from music performance classes 5.0 credits of electives Electives may include but are not limited to art, business, music and foreign language. 1.0 credit courses are 2 semester (full year) classes and meet 1 period each day. All other 0.5 credit courses are 1 semester classes and meet for 1 period each day. Each year a student carries a program sufficient to earn a minimum of FIVE (5) academic credits in addition to P.E. and Religion. At the beginning of each course, the student will be given a class syllabus and grading policy. A student must satisfactorily complete a course in Physical Education and Religion during each semester of attendance at Walther. For transfer students, 0.5 credit of religion for each year the student attends Walther is required for graduation. Detailed course descriptions for our classes are available online at under Upper School 9-12 Counseling Academics.

2 FRESHMAN YEAR ART 011 Art I Art II 0.5 Art I with a B or better or teacher BUSINESS 100 Introduction to Computer Science Web Design 0.5 Intro to Comp Sci 1 st Semester and 80% or higher comp on placement test or Dept 960 Consumer Economics 0.5 Freshman English or American Literature Placement required (Cross listed with Social Studies Dept) ENGLISH (Based on Placement Test) FOREIGN LANGUAGE (Based on Placement Tests) MATHEMATICS (Based on Placement Test or results of summer school) A quarter or semester grade of D or F in an honors class will result in placement in equivalent regular class in subsequent quarter MUSIC NOTE: Students must be enrolled in a music performance course in order to participate in Christian Minstrels or Jazz Band 511 Freshman English A and 515 must be taken together (1 English credit) 515 Freshman English B 1.0 (1 elective credit) 521 Freshman English American Literature Spanish I 1.0 Freshman English or American Literature placement and 80% or higher comp on placement test or Dept 355 Spanish for Native Speakers 1.0 Based on Diagnostic Heritage Language Test 361 Spanish II 1.0 Dept 201 Algebra I A and 205 must be taken together (1 math credit) 205 Algebra I B 1.0 (1 elective credit) 221 Honors Algebra I Algebra I Honors Algebra II Wind Ensemble/Orchestra 1.0 Placement by audition and Dept 451 A Cappella Choir 1.0 Placement by audition and Dept 480 Intermediate Music Theory/Musicianship 0.5 Based on Theory Fundamentals Test PHYSICAL EDUCATION 611 Boys Physical Education I Girls Physical Education I 0.5 RELIGION 700 Introduction to the Christian Religion 0.5 Dept 701 Religion I 0.5 SCIENCE (Based on Placement Test) 801 Integrated Science Earth Science Biology Chemistry 1.0 Concurrently with Honors Algebra II 861 Physics 1.0 Concurrently with Honors Algebra II SOCIAL STUDIES 901 World History World Geography Democracy in Action 0.5 Freshman English or American Literature 960 Consumer Economics 0.5 Freshman English or American Literature 970 Contemporary Events & Issues 0.5 Freshman English or American Literature 990 Introduction to Law 0.5 Freshman English or American Literature

3 SOPHOMORE YEAR ART 011 Art I Art II 0.5 Art I with a B or better or teacher 031 Art III 1.0 Art II with a B+ or better in all semesters or teacher BUSINESS 100 Introduction to Computer Science Visual Basic.net 0.5 Intro to Comp Sci & 2.0 GPA and Dept 120 Web Design 0.5 Intro to Comp Sci & 2.0 GPA and Dept 125 Advanced Web Design 0.5 Web Design & 2.0 GPA and Dept 135 Graphics & Imaging 0.5 Intro to Comp Sci & 2.0 GPA and Dept 145 Game Programming 0.5 Intro to Comp Sci & 2.0 GPA and Dept 155 Desktop Publishing 0.5 Intro to Comp Sci & 2.0 GPA and Dept 171 Accounting I Accounting II 0.5 Accounting I 960 Consumer Economics 0.5 (Cross listed with Social Studies Dept) ENGLISH 531 American Literature 1.0 Freshman English or Freshman English A/B 541 British Literature 1.0 American Literature 591 Composition 0.5 By Teacher Recommendation 592 Writing Skills 0.5 By Teacher Recommendation FOREIGN LANGUAGE 351 Spanish I 1.0 Freshman English or Freshman English A/B 355 Spanish for Native Speakers 1.0 Based on Diagnostic Heritage Language Test 361 Spanish II 1.0 Spanish I with C or better in 2 nd semester or Dept 371 Spanish III 1.0 Spanish II with C or better in 2 nd semester MATHEMATICS 221 Honors Algebra I 1.0 Dept 231 Algebra I Honors Algebra II 1.0 Honors Algebra I or Dept A quarter or semester grade of D or 251 Geometry 1.0 Algebra I F in an honors class will result in 261 Honors Geometry 1.0 Honors Algebra II or Dept placement in equivalent regular class in subsequent quarter 271 Algebra II 1.0 Algebra I and Geometry or Dept MUSIC NOTE: Students must be enrolled in a music performance course in order to participate in Christian Minstrels or Jazz Band 431 Wind Ensemble/Orchestra 1.0 Placement by audition and Dept 451 A Cappella Choir 1.0 Placement by audition and Dept 480 Intermediate Music Theory/Musicianship0.5 Based on Theory Fundamentals Test PHYSICAL EDUCATION 600 Health Boys Physical Education II Girls Physical Education II 0.5 RELIGION 700 Introduction to the Christian Religion 0.5 Dept 711 Religion II 0.5 SCIENCE 811 Earth Science Science Exploration 0.5 Summer only 3 weeks 821 Biology 1.0 Integrated Science 841 Chemistry 1.0 Integrated Science and Algebra I 855 Advanced Placement Chemistry 1.0 Algebra I and Chemistry both with a grade of B or better in all semesters and successful completion of Biology and completion of or concurrently taking Honors Algebra II or Algebra II and Dept 861 Physics 1.0 Integrated Science and Algebra I 871 Anatomy & Physiology 1.0 Biology SOCIAL STUDIES 901 World History to World History from World Geography I World Geography II 0.5 World Geography I 950 Democracy in Action Consumer Economics Contemporary Events & Issues Introduction to Law 0.5 DRIVER EDUCATION See Course Description Handbook for details

4 JUNIOR YEAR ART 011 Art I Art II 0.5 Art I with a B or better or teacher 031 Art III 1.0 Art II with a B+ or better in all semesters or teacher 041 Art IV 1.0 Art III with an A- or better in all semesters or teacher BUSINESS 100 Introduction to Computer Science Visual Basic.net 0.5 Intro to Comp Sci & 2.0 GPA and Dept 120 Web Design 0.5 Intro to Comp Sci & 2.0 GPA and Dept 125 Advanced Web Design 0.5 Web Design & 2.0 GPA and Dept 127 Web Applications 0.5 Adv Web Design & 2.0 GPA and Dept 135 Graphics & Imaging 0.5 Intro to Comp Sci & 2.0 GPA and Dept 145 Game Programming 0.5 Intro to Comp Sci & 2.0 GPA and Dept 155 Desktop Publishing 0.5 Intro to Comp Sci & 2.0 GPA and Dept 160 Presentations 0.5 (Cross listed with English Dept) 165 E Commerce 0.5 Business & Web Design & 2.0 GPA and Dept 170 Business Accounting I Accounting II 0.5 Accounting I 181 Accounting III 0.5 Accounting II 960 Consumer Economics 0.5 (Cross listed with Social Studies Dept) ENGLISH 160 Presentations American Literature 1.0 Freshman English or Freshman English A/B 540 Shakespeare 0.5 Am Lit or, for intl students, concurrent enrollment in Am Lit 541 British Literature 1.0 American Literature 545 Contemporary World Literature 0.5 Am Lit or, for intl students, concurrent enrollment in Am Lit 551 Advanced Placement English 1.0 British Literature and grade of A- or better Literature & Composition in the previous 2 semesters of English and successful completion of research component in previous WCA English class and Dept or department for transfer students 561 Journalism 0.5 Am Lit or, for intl students, concurrent enrollment in Am Lit 580 Creative Writing 0.5 Am Lit or, for intl students, concurrent enrollment in Am Lit 591 Composition 0.5 By Teacher Recommendation 592 Writing Skills 0.5 By Teacher Recommendation 595 Media Communication 0.5 Am Lit or, for intl students, concurrent enrollment in Am Lit FOREIGN LANGUAGE 351 Spanish I 1.0 Freshman English or Freshman English A/B 355 Spanish for Native Speakers 1.0 Based on Diagnostic Heritage Language Test 361 Spanish II 1.0 Spanish I with C or better in 2nd semester or Dept 371 Spanish III 1.0 Spanish II with C or better in 2nd semester 391 Spanish IV 1.0 Spanish III with C or better in 2nd semester MATHEMATICS A grade of D or F in an honors class (*) will result in removal and placement in equivalent regular class when possible 241 *Honors Algebra II 1.0 Honors Algebra I or Dept 251 Geometry 1.0 Algebra I 261 *Honors Geometry 1.0 Honors Algebra II or Dept 271 Algebra II 1.0 Algebra I and Geometry or Dept 275 Advanced Math Topics I 0.5 Algebra II and Geometry 276 Advanced Math Topics II 0.5 Algebra II and Geometry 277 *Statistics 1.0 Pre-Calculus with all quarter & semester grades C- or better or Honors Algebra II with all quarter & semester grades C- or better or Algebra II with all quarter & semester or Departmental 281 *Pre-Calculus 1.0 Honors Algebra II with all quarter & semester grades C or better or Algebra II with all quarter & semester or Departmental 285 Consumer & Business Math 1.0 Algebra I and Geometry and Dept 291 *Advanced Placement Calculus AB 1.0 Pre-Calculus with all quarter & semester

5 MUSIC NOTE: Students must be enrolled in a music performance course in order to participate in Christian Minstrels or Jazz Band JUNIOR YEAR 431 Wind Ensemble/Orchestra 1.0 Placement by audition and Dept 451 A Cappella Choir 1.0 Placement by audition and Dept 480 Intermediate Music Theory/Musicianship 0.5 Based on Theory Fundamentals Test PHYSICAL EDUCATION 600 Health Boys Physical Education III Girls Physical Education III 0.5 RELIGION 700 Introduction to the Christian Religion 0.5 Dept 721 Religion III Faith In Action 0.5 SCIENCE 811 Earth Science Science Exploration 0.5 Summer only 3 weeks 821 Biology 1.0 Integrated Science 841 Chemistry 1.0 Integrated Science and Algebra I 855 Advanced Placement Chemistry 1.0 Algebra I and Chemistry both with a grade of B or better in all semesters and successful completion of Biology and completion of or concurrently taking Honors Algebra II or Algebra II and Dept 861 Physics 1.0 Integrated Science and Algebra I 871 Anatomy & Physiology 1.0 Biology 891 College Physics 1.0 Physics and Honors Algebra II or Physics and Pre-Calculus or Advanced/AP Chemistry with a B/AB- or better all semesters SOCIAL STUDIES 901 World History to World History from World Geography I World Geography II 0.5 World Geography I 920 Psychology College Psychology 0.5 College Credit 921 U.S. History Advanced Placement U.S. History 1.0 By Invitation Only College Credit 940 Sociology College Sociology 0.5 College Credit 950 Democracy in Action Consumer Economics Contemporary Events & Issues Introduction to Law 0.5 OPTIONAL COURSES Approved On-Line Courses using application available through the Registrar s office Concordia University Courses

6 ART BUSINESS ENGLISH FOREIGN LANGUAGE MATHEMATICS A grade of D or F in an honors class (*) will result in removal and placement in equivalent regular class when possible SENIOR YEAR 011 Art I Art II 0.5 Art I with a B or better or teacher or Intro to Art 031 Art III 1.0 Art II with a B+ or better in all semesters or teacher 041 Art IV 1.0 Art III with an A- or better in all semesters or teacher 061 Senior Studio 1.0 Art IV and teacher 100 Introduction to Computer Science Visual Basic.net 0.5 Intro to Comp Sci & 2.0 GPA and Dept 120 Web Design 0.5 Intro to Comp Sci & 2.0 GPA and Dept 125 Advanced Web Design 0.5 Web Design & 2.0 GPA and Dept 127 Web Applications 0.5 Adv Web Design & 2.0 GPA and Dept 135 Graphics & Imaging 0.5 Intro to Comp Sci & 2.0 GPA and Dept 145 Game Programming 0.5 Intro to Comp Sci & 2.0 GPA and Dept 155 Desktop Publishing 0.5 Intro to Comp Sci & 2.0 GPA and Dept 160 Presentations 0.5 (Cross listed with English Dept) 165 E Commerce 0.5 Business & Web Design & 2.0 GPA and Dept 170 Business Accounting I Accounting II 0.5 Accounting I 181 Accounting III 0.5 Accounting II 960 Consumer Economics 0.5 (Cross listed with Social Studies Dept) 160 Presentations American Literature 1.0 Freshman English or Freshman English A/B 540 Shakespeare 0.5 Am Lit or, for intl students, concurrent enrollment in Am Lit 541 British Literature 1.0 American Literature 545 Contemporary World Literature 0.5 Am Lit or, for intl students, concurrent enrollment in Am Lit 551 Advanced Placement English 1.0 British Literature and grade of A- or better Literature & Composition in the previous 2 semesters of English and successful completion of research component in previous WCA English class and Dept or department for transfer students 561 Journalism 0.5 Am Lit or, for intl students, concurrent enrollment in Am Lit 580 Creative Writing 0.5 Am Lit or, for intl students, concurrent enrollment in Am Lit 585 Senior Seminar 1.0 With successful completion of or concurrent enrollment in AP English 591 Composition 0.5 By Teacher Recommendation 592 Writing Skills 0.5 By Teacher Recommendation 595 Media Communication 0.5 Am Lit or, for intl students, concurrent enrollment in Am Lit 351 Spanish I 1.0 Freshman English or Freshman English A/B 355 Spanish for Native Speakers 1.0 Based on Diagnostic Heritage Language Test 361 Spanish II 1.0 Spanish I with C or better in 2nd semester or Dept 371 Spanish III 1.0 Spanish II with C or better in 2nd semester 391 Spanish IV 1.0 Spanish III with C or better in 2nd semester 241 *Honors Algebra II 1.0 Honors Algebra I or Dept 271 Algebra II 1.0 Algebra I and Geometry or Dept 275 Advanced Math Topics I 0.5 Algebra II and Geometry 276 Advanced Math Topics II 0.5 Algebra II and Geometry 277 *Statistics 1.0 Pre-Calculus with all quarter & semester grades C- or better or Honors Algebra II with all quarter & semester grades C- or better or Algebra II with all quarter & semester or Departmental 281 *Pre-Calculus 1.0 Honors Algebra II with all quarter & semester grades C or better or Algebra II with all quarter & semester or Departmental 285 Consumer & Business Math 1.0 Algebra I and Geometry and Dept 291 *Advanced Placement Calculus AB 1.0 Pre-Calculus with all quarter & semester

7 MUSIC NOTE: Students must be enrolled in a music performance course in order to participate in Christian Minstrels or Jazz Band SENIOR YEAR 431 Wind Ensemble / Orchestra 1.0 Placement by audition and Dept 451 A Cappella Choir 1.0 Placement by audition and Dept 480 Intermediate Music Theory/Musicianship0.5 Based on Theory Fundamentals Test PHYSICAL EDUCATION 600 Health Boys Physical Education IV Girls Physical Education IV 0.5 RELIGION 700 Introduction to the Christian Religion 0.5 Dept 731 Religion IV Faith In Action 0.5 SCIENCE 811 Earth Science Science Exploration 0.5 Summer only 3 weeks 821 Biology 1.0 Integrated Science 841 Chemistry 1.0 Integrated Science and Algebra I 855 Advanced Placement Chemistry 1.0 Algebra I and Chemistry both with a grade of B or better in all semesters and successful completion of Biology and completion of or concurrently taking Honors Algebra II or Algebra II and Dept 861 Physics 1.0 Integrated Science and Algebra I 871 Anatomy & Physiology 1.0 Biology 891 College Physics 1.0 Physics and Honors Algebra II or Physics and Pre-Calculus or Advanced/AP Chemistry with a B/AB- or better all semesters SOCIAL STUDIES 901 World History to World History from World Geography I World Geography II 0.5 World Geography I 920 Psychology College Psychology 0.5 College Credit 921 U.S. History Sociology College Sociology 0.5 College Credit 950 Democracy in Action Consumer Economics Contemporary Events & Issues Recent American History 0.5 U.S. History or AP U.S. History 990 Introduction to Law 0.5 OPTIONAL COURSES Approved On-Line Courses using application available through the Registrar s office Concordia University Courses

SOUTH DAKOTA OPPORTUNITY SCHOLARSHIP

SOUTH DAKOTA OPPORTUNITY SCHOLARSHIP 1 APPROVED COURSES 4 UNITS OF ENGLISH English s that Meet the SD Opportunity Scholarship Criteria (s with major emphasis upon grammar, composition, or literary analysis. One year of debate instruction

More information

GWINNETT ONLINE CAMPUS COURSE OFFERINGS

GWINNETT ONLINE CAMPUS COURSE OFFERINGS Sem: 8/14-12/10/15 (registration 7/15-8/7/15) Sem: 1/19/16-5/12/16 (registration 9/8/15-1/8/16) : 9/14-12/10/15 (registration 8/10-9/2/15) : 2/9-5/12/16 (registration 1/11-1/29/16) Note: mum enrollment

More information

2015-2016 NATICK HIGH SCHOOL COURSE SEQUENCES. WELLNESS DEPARTMENT Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 Physical Education 24

2015-2016 NATICK HIGH SCHOOL COURSE SEQUENCES. WELLNESS DEPARTMENT Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 Physical Education 24 Freshman Fitness 14 2015-2016 NATICK HIGH SCHOOL COURSE SEQUENCES WELLNESS DEPARTMENT Physical Education 24 Health 31 Awake Personal Fitness 14 Group Fitness 34 Recreational Activities for Life 34 Team

More information

High School Quick Reference

High School Quick Reference Bismarck Public Schools High School Quick Reference 2014-2015 Century High School Edition Century High School Course Reference Guide Graduation Requirements 24 credits are required for graduation English

More information

COURSE SELECTION PROCESS

COURSE SELECTION PROCESS COURSE SELECTION PROCESS Franklin Central High School Our vision is to have the most sought after graduates by colleges, universities, and the world of work! Diploma Options Class of 2016+ Core 40 Requirements

More information

WELCOME TO WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL

WELCOME TO WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL WELCOME TO WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 2019 tbarnard@wcs.k12.in.us remember to update parent email info 1 Choices Are you ready for all of the choices that you have to make? The things you do in high

More information

Houghton Lake High School Requirements for Graduation

Houghton Lake High School Requirements for Graduation 4+2 High School and College Course Sequence for Cardiac Sonography Houghton Lake High School Requirements for Graduation Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior English English English English U. S. History Civics

More information

All schedule changes must be submitted in writing to the Counseling Center by May 29, 2015.

All schedule changes must be submitted in writing to the Counseling Center by May 29, 2015. Grade 9 Name: Franklin Regional Senior High School Course Selections 2015-2016 Rev 3/25/14 Students must schedule 7 periods per semester. Students wishing to take online courses must contact their counselor

More information

HIGH SCHOOL COURSE LISTING

HIGH SCHOOL COURSE LISTING HIGH SCHOOL COURSE LISTING ENGLISH Creative Writing (APEX, ED) English I, II, III, IV (CE, APEX, ED, FL) English IV College Prep (FL) Fundamentals of English Comp (CE) Grammar and Composition (CE, ED)

More information

Class of 2016. Finding Success at Hellgate

Class of 2016. Finding Success at Hellgate Class of 2016 Finding Success at Hellgate Learning Goals Understand graduation requirements and number of credits needed Learn about classes offered through Hellgate Learn about Q (formerly Zangle) Understand

More information

Course Code Course Name Course Type Summer 2015 11.3320001 Advanced Web Design A CTAE 11.3320000 Advanced Web Design AB CTAE 11.3320002 Advanced Web

Course Code Course Name Course Type Summer 2015 11.3320001 Advanced Web Design A CTAE 11.3320000 Advanced Web Design AB CTAE 11.3320002 Advanced Web Course Code Course Name Course Type Summer 2015 11.3320001 Advanced Web Design A CTAE 11.3320000 Advanced Web Design AB CTAE 11.3320002 Advanced Web Design B CTAE 11.3160001 AP Computer Science A - A CTAE

More information

Boonville R-I High School. Senior Enrollment Presentation

Boonville R-I High School. Senior Enrollment Presentation Boonville R-I High School Senior Enrollment Presentation Enrollment Form Unit of Credit Course Selection Teacher Approval Teacher Comments Communication Arts Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective

More information

Minimum College Admission Standards (Revised 09/2014) College Academic Distribution Requirements

Minimum College Admission Standards (Revised 09/2014) College Academic Distribution Requirements English Distribution Requirements (CADR) Meeting the CADRs, if taken in high school Meeting the CADRs through college coursework College Academic Distribution Requirements (CADRs) coursework NOTE: Previous

More information

EAST HIGH SCHOOL S AP AND CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT OFFERINGS

EAST HIGH SCHOOL S AP AND CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT OFFERINGS AP Courses are classes taught at the college level. All AP courses lead to a comprehensive exam in May. Based on a student s AP test score and the college the student chooses to attend, college credit

More information

Sullivan Central High School 131 Shipley Ferry Road Blountville, TN 37617. Student Registration 2015-2016

Sullivan Central High School 131 Shipley Ferry Road Blountville, TN 37617. Student Registration 2015-2016 Sullivan Central High School 131 Shipley Ferry Road Blountville, TN 37617 Student Registration 2015-2016 Main Office (423) 354-1200 Attendance (423) 354-1231 Counseling (423) 354-1226 Principal Mr. Loren

More information

FINANCIAL AID UC/CSU A-G REQUIREMENTS. A History/Social Science 1 year US History. 2 years (3 years recommended) Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry

FINANCIAL AID UC/CSU A-G REQUIREMENTS. A History/Social Science 1 year US History. 2 years (3 years recommended) Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 10 Universities: UC Berkeley UC Davis UC Irvine UC Los Angeles UC Merced UC Riverside UC San Diego UC San Francisco UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Cruz FINANCIAL AID Financial Aid is

More information

ONLINE up in the library February 27 28 during THEOLOGY class. This is only 3 weeks away!!

ONLINE up in the library February 27 28 during THEOLOGY class. This is only 3 weeks away!! Sophomore Year You will request sophomore classes ONLINE up in the library on Thursday or Friday, February 27 or 28 during THEOLOGY class. This is only 3 weeks away!! Registration Fee Reserves your spot

More information

Global Academy: Online High School Course

Global Academy: Online High School Course 1 Global Academy: Online High School Course BU124 Accelerated Office Applications CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION Prerequisite: Recommend keyboarding speed of 30 words per minute. This course will meet the

More information

THE WORLD IS YOUR CLASSROOM.

THE WORLD IS YOUR CLASSROOM. THE WORLD IS YOUR CLASSROOM. GO AHEAD. WHAT IS FLVS? Florida Virtual School (FLVS ) is a fully accredited public school district with an established history of successfully educating students. An award-winning,

More information

Graduation Requirements

Graduation Requirements Senior Registration Graduation Requirements College Entrance Requirements Course Offerings TITLE A-G YR SEM 1 SEM 2 GR TITLE A-G YR SEM 1 SEM 2 GR ART ENGLISH Draw ing/painting + Y 0154 1154 9-12 English

More information

Associate in Arts to BA in Music: Liberal Arts. Students will complete the following courses through their Associate in Arts Degree at Metropolitan:

Associate in Arts to BA in Music: Liberal Arts. Students will complete the following courses through their Associate in Arts Degree at Metropolitan: Associate in Arts to BA in Music: Liberal Arts Students will complete the following courses through their Associate in Arts Degree at Metropolitan: American Institutions 6 credits HIST 120 HIST 121 POLS

More information

Course Selection for 2016-17

Course Selection for 2016-17 Course Selection for 2016-17 You can access Course Planner through the district website www.slcs.us select South Lyon East High School. The link Career Cruising/Course Planner is under Career Cruising

More information

ONLINE up in the library February 27 28 during THEOLOGY class. This is only 3 weeks away!!

ONLINE up in the library February 27 28 during THEOLOGY class. This is only 3 weeks away!! Sophomore Year Students will request sophomore classes ONLINE up in the library on Thursday or Friday, February 27 or 28 during THEOLOGY class. This is only 3 weeks away!! Registration Fee Reserves one

More information

FULTON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION

FULTON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION FULTON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Alpharetta High School 3595 Webb Bridge Road, Alpharetta, GA 30005 Phone: 470-254-7640 FAX: 470-254-7653 http://school.fultonschools.org/hs/alpharetta Home of the Raiders

More information

Santa Fe High School 2013-2014 Programs of Study

Santa Fe High School 2013-2014 Programs of Study Santa Fe High School 2013-2014 Programs of Study Graduation Requirements - Class of 2017 Credits: 24.5 units 4 units English 4 units Math (One Unit = or > Algebra II) 3 units Science (2 w/lab) 3.5 units

More information

8 th Grade Student/Parent High School Registration Information Night

8 th Grade Student/Parent High School Registration Information Night 8 th Grade Student/Parent High School Registration Information Night 1 TCHS COUNSELING DEPARTMENT Mrs. Frances David, Director of Counseling personal counseling college advising scholarships academic counseling

More information

University of Illinois at Chicago Transfer Requirements Guide

University of Illinois at Chicago Transfer Requirements Guide University of Illinois at Chicago Transfer Requirements Guide The Transfer Requirements Guide lists the courses at Harold Washington College that meet the general education requirements of the UIC College

More information

College Academic Distribution Requirements (CADRs)

College Academic Distribution Requirements (CADRs) College Academic Distribution Requirements (CADRs) Included in Appendix A of the Admission Standards Policy Effective: January 1, 2016, except where noted. Washington Student Achievement Council CADRs

More information

Slide Title 2 October 2015

Slide Title 2 October 2015 Slide Title 2 October 2015 Mission Virtual Virginia is a program of the Virginia Department of Education serving students in Virginia middle and high schools by providing flexible options for the diverse

More information

Theology English Language Mathematics Science Social Studies Open (Choose one) (Choose one) (Choose one) (Choose one) (Choose one) (optional)

Theology English Language Mathematics Science Social Studies Open (Choose one) (Choose one) (Choose one) (Choose one) (Choose one) (optional) Name: Cell Phone: 10 Required Classes (minimum 6 credit hours): Choose from the list below and write the course number into the top row. Theology English Language Mathematics Science Social Studies Open

More information

High School Curricular Requirements for Admission to Oklahoma Colleges and Oklahoma s Promise (Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program)

High School Curricular Requirements for Admission to Oklahoma Colleges and Oklahoma s Promise (Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program) High School Curricular Requirements for Admission to Oklahoma Colleges and Oklahoma s Promise (Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program) Guidelines for High Schools and Postsecondary Institutions College

More information

SUNCOAST COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL Four Year Plans 2013-2014

SUNCOAST COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL Four Year Plans 2013-2014 SUNCOAST COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL Four Year Plans 2013-2014 Computer Science Academy (CS) (2/25/13) AP English Literature and Composition Dual Enrollment English or English 4 Honors AP World History or AP

More information

SOUTH DAKOTA OPPPORTUNITY SCHOLARSHIP

SOUTH DAKOTA OPPPORTUNITY SCHOLARSHIP 1 APPROVED COURSES 4 UNITS OF ENGLISH English s that Meet the SD Opportunity Scholarship Criteria (s with major emphasis upon grammar, composition, or literary analysis. One year of debate instruction

More information

Associate of Arts Degree to BFA in Art: Studio Art

Associate of Arts Degree to BFA in Art: Studio Art Associate of Arts Degree to BFA in Art: Studio Art St. Charles Community College students who plan to transfer to Truman State University with the Associate of Arts degree are strongly encouraged to prepare

More information

Course Selection Meeting

Course Selection Meeting Course Selection Meeting Objectives of Meeting: 1. To become familiar with curriculum in order to make informed choices 2. To understand the Course Selection Procedure English: American Literature & Writing-

More information

Scappoose High School Graduation Requirements. Scappoose High School Class of 2008 Scholars Diploma

Scappoose High School Graduation Requirements. Scappoose High School Class of 2008 Scholars Diploma PURPOSE OF THE CIM The purpose of the Certificate of Initial Mastery (CIM) is to assure that each student has mastered key academic knowledge and skills at high proficiency levels. This purpose emphasizes

More information

HATHAWAY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM SUCCESS CURRICULUM COURSE VERIFICATION WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

HATHAWAY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM SUCCESS CURRICULUM COURSE VERIFICATION WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION HATHAWAY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM SUCCESS CURRICULUM COURSE VERIFICATION WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION District: Goshen CSD 1 Contact Name: Donna Fields Contact Phone #: 307-532-2171 Contact Email: dfields@goshen1.org

More information

8 th Grade Parent Meeting

8 th Grade Parent Meeting 8 th Grade Parent Meeting Indiana s Graduation Requirements (Class of 2016 & Beyond) Rigorous Preparation Core 40 with Academic Honors Core 40 Core 40 with Technical Honors Postsecondary Success College

More information

HATHAWAY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM SUCCESS CURRICULUM COURSE VERIFICATION WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION ALGEBRA 1 ALGEBRA II. dianac@fre6.k12.wy.

HATHAWAY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM SUCCESS CURRICULUM COURSE VERIFICATION WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION ALGEBRA 1 ALGEBRA II. dianac@fre6.k12.wy. HATHAWAY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM SUCCESS CURRICULUM COURSE VERIFICATION WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION District: Fremont CSD 6 Contact Name: Diana Clapp Contact Phone #: 307-856-7970 Contact Email: dianac@fre6.k12.wy.us

More information

UL LAFAYETTE - SLCC COURSE EVALUATION INDEX 2010-2011 YEAR

UL LAFAYETTE - SLCC COURSE EVALUATION INDEX 2010-2011 YEAR UL LAFAYETTE - SLCC COURSE EVALUATION INDEX 2010-2011 YEAR NOTE: The equivalencies contained in this index represent the best efforts of the two institutions to establish "course content equivalency."

More information

2011-2012 Online High School Courses. Broward Virtual School

2011-2012 Online High School Courses. Broward Virtual School 2011-2012 Online High School Courses Broward Virtual School Broward County students have the opportunity to take courses for middle and high school credit taught online by Broward County teachers. Florida

More information

FOUR-YEAR PLANNING STRATEGIES TO MAXIMIZE COLLEGE CREDIT EARNED IN HIGH SCHOOL! Lehi Jr. High Counseling Dept.

FOUR-YEAR PLANNING STRATEGIES TO MAXIMIZE COLLEGE CREDIT EARNED IN HIGH SCHOOL! Lehi Jr. High Counseling Dept. FOUR-YEAR PLANNING STRATEGIES TO MAXIMIZE COLLEGE CREDIT EARNED IN HIGH SCHOOL! Lehi Jr. High Counseling Dept. WHEN WILL YOU GRADUATE FROM COLLEGE OR PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL Teacher (4-5 years) Engineer (4-5

More information

Elizabeth City State University Elizabeth City, NC

Elizabeth City State University Elizabeth City, NC Elizabeth City State University Elizabeth City, NC Curriculum Guide for Bachelor of Science in Education Degree: Middle Grades Education (Math) ASSOCIATE OF ARTS DEGREE: Universal General Education Transfer

More information

Auburn Junior High School. What you need to know

Auburn Junior High School. What you need to know Auburn Junior High School What you need to know 9 th Grade Facts 9 th grade is considered high school! Credits are earned for all courses! Grades count/gpa begins! 9 th Grade Facts Grade Point Average

More information

TURN IN FORM ON MARCH 31 IN YOUR THEOLOGY CLASS DURING COURSE SELECTION

TURN IN FORM ON MARCH 31 IN YOUR THEOLOGY CLASS DURING COURSE SELECTION Name: Cell Phone: 11 Required Classes (minimum 5 credit hours): Choose from the list below and write the course number into the top row. Rising juniors should pay particular attention to the graduation

More information

SEVEN LAKES HIGH SCHOOL. Course Selection Process

SEVEN LAKES HIGH SCHOOL. Course Selection Process SEVEN LAKES HIGH SCHOOL Course Selection Process CALENDAR: SLHS COURSE SELECTION PROCESS Jan 30: Feb.4: Students receive course selection information during Spartan time. Completed course selection worksheet

More information

School Counselors. Alphabet represented: Ms. Stengel. LHHS Presenters: Mrs. Pressley Mrs. Krueger. Asst. Principal, Athletic Director

School Counselors. Alphabet represented: Ms. Stengel. LHHS Presenters: Mrs. Pressley Mrs. Krueger. Asst. Principal, Athletic Director LHHS Presenters: School Counselors Alphabet represented: Mr. Becker Principal Ms. Stengel A-D Mr. Burger Mrs. Thompson Asst. Principal, Athletic Director Math Dept. Chair Mrs. Pressley Mrs. Krueger Ms.

More information

The BCHS Advanced Academics Options. For current 10 th graders as they prepare to select courses for 2016-2017

The BCHS Advanced Academics Options. For current 10 th graders as they prepare to select courses for 2016-2017 The BCHS Advanced Academics Options For current 10 th graders as they prepare to select courses for 2016-2017 Why: Why Are You Here and What Is Our Objective Today? You are selected to be here because

More information

UL LAFAYETTE - SLCC COURSE EVALUATION INDEX. 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 YEAR

UL LAFAYETTE - SLCC COURSE EVALUATION INDEX. 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 YEAR SLCC COURSE UL-LAFAYETTE EQUIVALENT COURSE PAGE 1 UL LAFAYETTE - SLCC COURSE EVALUATION INDEX 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 YEAR NOTE: The equivalencies contained in this index represent the best efforts of

More information

GARDEN CITY HIGH SCHOOL

GARDEN CITY HIGH SCHOOL GARDEN CITY HIGH SCHOOL WELCOME CLASS OF 2019 AND PARENTS Nanine McLaughlin, Principal David Perrotta and Kevin Steingruebner, Assistant Principals GCHS- A Great Place To Learn College-level opportunities

More information

CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT LOS ANGELES COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT ARTICULATION AGREEMENT

CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT LOS ANGELES COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT ARTICULATION AGREEMENT CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT LOS ANGELES COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT ARTICULATION AGREEMENT *Course titles and descriptions may vary among campuses. The community college course must align with the high school

More information

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS EARNING A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA!

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS EARNING A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA! Welcome Parents! GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS EARNING A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA! Earning Credits What is a credit? - a unit earned per class passed - determined by hours in class 1 = full year ½ = semester ¼ =

More information

SCHEDULING FOR SOPHOMORES CLASS OF 2018

SCHEDULING FOR SOPHOMORES CLASS OF 2018 SCHEDULING FOR SOPHOMORES CLASS OF 2018 PROGRAM OF STUDIES IT IS ON LINE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS English Social Studies Science Mathematics Health Phys. Education Electives 4 credits 3 credits 3 credits

More information

Associate of Arts and Science Degree Worksheet 2011-2012 Academic Year

Associate of Arts and Science Degree Worksheet 2011-2012 Academic Year Associate of Arts and Science Degree Worksheet 2011-2012 Academic Year Student Name: Placement Test Results (if applicable): MATH - ENGLISH - If you have any questions about degree requirements, please

More information

Elizabeth City State University Elizabeth City, NC

Elizabeth City State University Elizabeth City, NC Elizabeth City State University Elizabeth City, NC Curriculum Guide for Bachelor of Science in Education Degree: Middle Grades Education (Science) ASSOCIATE OF ARTS DEGREE: Universal General Education

More information

Template for CAA students earning an AAS degree or no dgree who are interested in Psychology at WINSTON-SALEM STATE UNIVERSITY

Template for CAA students earning an AAS degree or no dgree who are interested in Psychology at WINSTON-SALEM STATE UNIVERSITY Template for CAA students earning an AAS degree or no dgree who are interested in Psychology at WINSTON-SALEM STATE UNIVERSITY Any course identified in the CAA agreement will generally count towards the

More information

Associate Degree Programs

Associate Degree Programs Associate Degree Programs ASSOCIATE IN ARTS DEGREE (A complete list of General Education Core Curriculum transfer courses is available at the Illinois Articulation Initiative website: www.itransfer.org).

More information

HATHAWAY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM SUCCESS CURRICULUM COURSE VERIFICATION WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION ALGEBRA 1 ALGEBRA II GEOMETRY

HATHAWAY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM SUCCESS CURRICULUM COURSE VERIFICATION WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION ALGEBRA 1 ALGEBRA II GEOMETRY WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Big Horn CSD 4 307-568-2416 ALGEBRA 1 Algebra 1 02052G x Confirm 204055 Cloud Peak Middle School Algebra 1 02052G x Confirm Advanced Algebra I x Confirm ALGEBRA II Algebra

More information

Adult Degree Program

Adult Degree Program General Information 2015-16 Articulation Agreement for Klamath Community College Students General Education CORE Requirements Adult Degree Program Online & Evening Degrees: A total of 124 semester (186

More information

Heath High School PROFILE 2009-2010. Business Name 300 Licking View Dr. Heath, Ohio 43056

Heath High School PROFILE 2009-2010. Business Name 300 Licking View Dr. Heath, Ohio 43056 300 Licking View Dr. Heath, Ohio 43056 PROFILE 2009-2010 www.heath.k12.oh.us Heath High School THE COMMUNITY The city of Heath is located in central Licking County. The city is located 35 miles east of

More information

Associate of Applied Science Degrees. Associate of Arts & Sciences Degrees. Administration of Justice. Business Administration

Associate of Applied Science Degrees. Associate of Arts & Sciences Degrees. Administration of Justice. Business Administration Associate of Arts & Sciences Degrees Business Administration General Studies Specialization: African-American Studies Specialization: Appalachian Studies Specialization: Criminal Justice Specialization:

More information

Virtual Coursework Report EXECUTIVE SUMMARY. Purpose of Report: To inform the Board of the progress of the virtual coursework pilot.

Virtual Coursework Report EXECUTIVE SUMMARY. Purpose of Report: To inform the Board of the progress of the virtual coursework pilot. Virtual Coursework Report EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Purpose Report: To inform the Board the progress the virtual coursework pilot. In August 2007, Sioux Falls School District students began using online courses

More information

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS VI GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Visit the Hill College website at www.hillcollege.edu and/or contact individual departments for changes and updates. 1 GRADUATION INFORMATION A formal graduation exercise is

More information

CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK,

CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK, ` CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK, SCHOOLS OF STUDY, AND MAJORS SMAJORS Wando High School 1000 Warrior Way Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29466 (843) 881-8200 www.wandohigh.com Sherry M. Eppelsheimer, Interim Principal

More information

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS The Virginia Board of Education of the Commonwealth of Virginia establishes graduation requirements for all Virginia public schools. The Board of Education of the Chesapeake Public

More information

English / LA 4 4 Math 4 3 Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II + 1 Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II (Recommended) Science 4 3. Social Studies 3 or 4* 3

English / LA 4 4 Math 4 3 Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II + 1 Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II (Recommended) Science 4 3. Social Studies 3 or 4* 3 Learners Who Entered 9 th Grade in the Fall of 2014 and Thereafter (2016-17 Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors) GRADUATION SUMMARY SHEET See Pages 10-17 for Details All learners entering CHS will be on

More information

Template for CAA students earning an AAS degree or no degree who are interested in Elementary Education at WINSTON-SALEM STATE UNIVERSITY

Template for CAA students earning an AAS degree or no degree who are interested in Elementary Education at WINSTON-SALEM STATE UNIVERSITY Template for CAA students earning an AAS degree or no degree who are interested in Elementary Education at WINSTON-SALEM STATE UNIVERSITY Any course identified in the CAA agreement will generally count

More information

ADE Approved Digital Provider Course Listings

ADE Approved Digital Provider Course Listings ADE Approved Digital Provider Course Listings Apex Learning Inc. Arkansas Department of Career Education Arkansas Northeastern College Arkansas Public School Resource Center Arkansas School for Mathematics,

More information

DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY Keith Talley, Chair Fine Arts Center, Room 100 Phone: (580) 774-3217 E-mail: keith.talley@swosu.edu http://www.swosu.edu/music/ D. Bessinger...

More information

Comparison Chart: Connecticut Community College Nursing Program. Central Connecticut State University

Comparison Chart: Connecticut Community College Nursing Program. Central Connecticut State University Comparison Chart: Connecticut Community College Nursing Program (CT-CCNP) & Central Connecticut State University RN-BSN Program Course Number Central Connecticut State University Course Title CR Course

More information

2015-2016 A-G COURSE LIST

2015-2016 A-G COURSE LIST American Government AP European History AP European History AP Government and Politics United States AP United States History AP AP Modern US History Comprehensive Modern US History Core Modern US History

More information

COURSES FOR TRANSFER ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE DEGREE PROGRAMS

COURSES FOR TRANSFER ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE DEGREE PROGRAMS SOCIAL WORK (0071) Social Science Division ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE DEGREE PROGRAMS This degree program is also available as an online degree program. See the description of the online program of study at

More information

Online Computer Science Education at Florida Virtual School

Online Computer Science Education at Florida Virtual School Online Computer Science Education at Florida Virtual School Bill Jordan, Computer Science Instructor bjordan@flvs.net 850-668-2731 Amie Ross, Computer Science Instructor aross@flvs.net 407-552-0049 Music

More information

Political Science Distinguished Scholar Course Schedule

Political Science Distinguished Scholar Course Schedule Political Science Scholar Course Schedule Choice of AP Euro History, Pre AP Geo or AP US History AP Government/ International Relations AP Psych Math Math Math Science Science Science Political Science

More information

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS SOUTH LYON COMMUNITY SCHOOLS 5460/page 1 of 8 GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Credits Twenty-three (23) credits in grades 9-12 are required for graduation. One-half (1/2) credit will be awarded for successful

More information

Associate of Arts Degree to BS in Accounting

Associate of Arts Degree to BS in Accounting Associate of Arts Degree to BS in Accounting St. Charles Community College students who plan to transfer to Truman State University with the Associate of Arts degree are strongly encouraged to prepare

More information

Review your plan of study each year after adjusting to the current course schedule.

Review your plan of study each year after adjusting to the current course schedule. Develop a Four-Year Plan of Study Your School Counselor will help you plan your four years of high school in such a manner that your course selections will meet graduation requirements and help you in

More information

Veritas Christi Catholic High School

Veritas Christi Catholic High School FACTS Mission Statement: s (VCCHS) mission is to serve and empower students with special needs for class and for life by utilizing the absolute best educational research and practices. VCCHS is a Christocentric

More information

Course Sequence Rising 9 th Grade Student

Course Sequence Rising 9 th Grade Student Course Sequence Rising 9 th Grade Student The STEM Academy is designed to prepare students for success in post-secondary education, career, and citizenship. It will appeal to students who seek a small-school

More information

THE HALSTROM DIFFERENCE

THE HALSTROM DIFFERENCE WHAT S SO DIFFERENT ABOUT HALSTROM? THE HALSTROM DIFFERENCE 1 ONE-TO-ONE INSTRUCTION s classrooms consist of only one student and one teacher. At, you will benefit from quality, personalized one-to-one

More information

The High School Experience

The High School Experience The High School Experience GENERAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Pass Reading FCAT in 10 th Grade New requirement is Level 3 No longer 300 to pass Pass appropriate End-of-Course Exams Including Algebra I, Geometry,

More information

Navigating Bishop O Dowd Course Planning for Grades 9 to11

Navigating Bishop O Dowd Course Planning for Grades 9 to11 Navigating Bishop O Dowd Course Planning for Grades 9 to11 January 8, 2015 Bishop O Dowd Counseling Seven Full-time Counselors Academic Support Services Assigned by last name: Ms. Janet Huff Mr. Marc Dominguez

More information

IGETC Area 3A or Area 3B 3 semester units. CSU GE Area C1 or Area C2. CSU GE Area B2 & Area B3 4 semester units. CSU GE Area B1 & Area B3

IGETC Area 3A or Area 3B 3 semester units. CSU GE Area C1 or Area C2. CSU GE Area B2 & Area B3 4 semester units. CSU GE Area B1 & Area B3 1 Cañada College College of San Mateo Skyline College Application of External Exams To General Requirements - IGETC, CSU GE, Associate Degree GE - Advanced Placement Exams (AP) Column 1 - With a score

More information

Sullivan High School. Class of 2018. Enrollment Information 2014-2015. Table of Contents:

Sullivan High School. Class of 2018. Enrollment Information 2014-2015. Table of Contents: Sullivan High School 902 N. Section Street Sullivan, IN 47882 812-268-6301 Principal: David Springer Asst. Principal/Dean: Sarah Hannon Athletic Director: Otto Clements Guidance Director: David Lisman

More information

Cross-Disciplinary Studies: Teacher Education leading to the Multiple Subjects Credential/MAT degree

Cross-Disciplinary Studies: Teacher Education leading to the Multiple Subjects Credential/MAT degree Cross-Disciplinary Studies: Teacher Education leading to the Multiple Subjects Credential/MAT degree July 2012 School of Education 900 Lomaland Drive San Diego, CA 92106 (619) 89-25 www.pointloma.edu/schoolof

More information

TABLE OF CONTENTS DEPARTMENT COURSES:

TABLE OF CONTENTS DEPARTMENT COURSES: TABLE OF CONTENTS Mission Statement of Educational Apostolate 02 Beckman System Exit Standards 03 Semester Hour Credit 04 Graduation Requirements 04 Graduation Ceremony Participation 04 Postsecondary Requirements

More information

SCHEDULING PRESENTATION

SCHEDULING PRESENTATION SCHEDULING PRESENTATION Class of 2017 Credits Earn 1 credit for every semester class you pass. Passing is a D- Should have 20 by end of soph. year to be on track for Core 40 Need to make up credits? Summer

More information

Art. Basic Art II. 2-D Mixed Media. Painting Drawing Digital Photography. Metal Smithing. Advanced Workshop

Art. Basic Art II. 2-D Mixed Media. Painting Drawing Digital Photography. Metal Smithing. Advanced Workshop Art Basic Art I Graphic Design Basic Art II Ceramics Jewelry & Metal Smithing Painting Drawing Digital Photography 2-D Mixed Media Textiles Sculpture Advanced Workshop Business Computer Applications Introduction

More information

ADVISING WORKSHEET TRANSFER INSTITUTION(S): BACHELOR OF ARTS IN MUSIC PERFORMANCE OPTION General Bulletin 2015-2017

ADVISING WORKSHEET TRANSFER INSTITUTION(S): BACHELOR OF ARTS IN MUSIC PERFORMANCE OPTION General Bulletin 2015-2017 Montana State University Billings Advising and Career Services Phone: 406-657-40 Fax: 406-657-30 advising@msubillings.edu www.msubillings.edu/advise/ ADVISING WORKSHEET TRANSFER INSTITUTION(S): BACHELOR

More information

Elizabeth City State University Elizabeth City, NC

Elizabeth City State University Elizabeth City, NC Elizabeth City State University Elizabeth City, NC Curriculum Guide for Bachelor of Arts Degree: Music (Business Concentration) ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE DEGREE: Universal General Education Transfer Component

More information

WINSTON-SALEM STATE UNIVERSITY

WINSTON-SALEM STATE UNIVERSITY Template for NC Community College CAA students earning an AAS degree who are intersted in a RN-BSN Degree at WINSTON-SALEM STATE UNIVERSITY The Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) is an applied degree thus

More information

Admissions. Office of Admissions. Admission. When to Apply. How to Apply. Undergraduate Admission Directly from High School

Admissions. Office of Admissions. Admission. When to Apply. How to Apply. Undergraduate Admission Directly from High School Iowa State University 2015-2016 1 Admissions Office of Admissions Director Katharine Johnson Suski Admission When to Apply Applicants for the fall semester are encouraged to apply during the fall of the

More information

LAREDO COMMUNITY COLLEGE TEXAS A&M INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY 2+2 PROGRAM 2012-2013

LAREDO COMMUNITY COLLEGE TEXAS A&M INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY 2+2 PROGRAM 2012-2013 College of Arts and Sciences 2012-2013 Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences... 1 BA with a Double Major... 2 BA with a major in Art... 3 BA with a major in Art with All Level Certification... 4 BA with

More information

HIGHER EDUCATION ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS

HIGHER EDUCATION ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS HIGHER EDUCATION ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS 2013-2014 In 2012-2013, the state required each district to map their courses to a State Code for the Exchange of Data (SCED). This mapping created new course numbers

More information

Regents Scholarship Program Guide for the 2013-14 Academic Year

Regents Scholarship Program Guide for the 2013-14 Academic Year Regents Scholarship Program Guide for the 2013-14 Academic Year Scholarship Introduction The Regents' Scholarship is a voluntary statewide scholarship aligned with the Utah Scholars Curriculum. The courses

More information

S.T.E.M. Academy Course Overview - Class of 2019

S.T.E.M. Academy Course Overview - Class of 2019 Kingsway Regional School District S.T.E.M. Preparatory Academy S.T.E.M. Academy Course Overview - Class of 2019 The STEM Preparatory Academy at Kingsway Regional High School is a rigorous four-year interdisciplinary

More information

2014 DEPARTMENTAL DEGREE PROGRAM PLANNERS

2014 DEPARTMENTAL DEGREE PROGRAM PLANNERS OAKWOOD UNIVERSITY 2014 DEPARTMENTAL DEGREE PROGRAM PLANNERS Education Excellence Eternity 7000 Adventist Boulevard NW Huntsville, Alabama 35896 Phone: 256.726.7145 Fax: 256.726.7522 TABLE OF CONTENTS

More information

ZIONSVILLE COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL COURSE DESCRIPTIONS. For 2016-2017

ZIONSVILLE COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL COURSE DESCRIPTIONS. For 2016-2017 ZIONSVILLE COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL COURSE DESCRIPTIONS For 2016-2017 Updated 11-06 It is the policy of the Zionsville Community School Corporation not to discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, age,

More information

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry Bachelor of Science in Chemistry Chemistry Courses Chemistry Course Credit Course Chosen Semester Grade 1000, 2000 2 1017 and 1007 4 1018 and 1008 4 2117 3 2025 3 2217 and 2017 4 2218 and 2018 4 3027 3

More information

An Introduction to Cambridge International Examinations Board Examination System. Sherry Reach Regional Manager, Americas

An Introduction to Cambridge International Examinations Board Examination System. Sherry Reach Regional Manager, Americas An Introduction to Cambridge International Examinations Board Examination System Sherry Reach Regional Manager, Americas Cambridge Assessment A department of the University of Cambridge We are Europe s

More information