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1 Arch - Broadcast - Business - Computer - Culinary - Engineer ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING DRAWING & DESIGN The purpose of these courses is to explore all aspects of drafting from basic fundamentals and basic construction to architectural drafting. Computer-aided design/drafting is utilized during all phases of drafting. Course Name: Introduction to Engineering Drawing & Design Course Number: Grade: 9 12 Description: Introduction to Engineering Drawing & Design is a foundation course that serves as an introduction to the drafting and design field and is a prerequisite to all other courses in the Architecture program. Emphasis is placed on safety, sketching, lettering, geometric construction, fundamentals of Computer-Aided Design, multi-view drawings and basic floor plan designs. The standards are aligned with the drafting and design standards in the Georgia s technical colleges. Further, the standards are aligned with the national standards of the American Design Drafting Association (ADDA). Course Name: Architectural Drawing & Design I Course Number: Prerequisites: Intro to Engineering Drawing & Design Description: Architectural Drawing & Design I introduces students to the basic terminology, concepts, and principles of architectural design. Emphasis is placed on house designs, floor plans, roof designs, elevations (interior and exterior), schedules, and foundations. The standards are aligned with the drafting and design standards in Georgia s technical colleges. Further, the standards are aligned with the national standards of the American Design Drafting Association (ADDA). Course Name: Architectural Drawing & Design II Course Number: Grade: Prerequisites: Architectural Drawing & Design I 1 / 12

2 Description: Architectural Drawing & Design II is a course that builds on the skills developed in Architectural Drawing & Design I. Emphasis is placed on schedules, plumbing, heating and air, graphic presentations, plot/site plans, specifications, and building estimations. CAD tools and software are used extensively throughout the course. The standards are aligned with the drafting and design standards in Georgia s technical colleges. Further, the standards are aligned with the national standards of the American Design Drafting Association (ADDA). BROADCAST VIDEO PRODUCTION Course Name: Broadcast Video Production 1 Course Number: Grade: 9 12 Description: This yearlong course is an introduction to video production. Students learn basic camera techniques, introduction to digital editing, scripting, and other digital media. Students will learn a basic understanding of video principles. Students will also explore the video industry with the production of a business plan and/or other career explorations. Course Name: Broadcast Video Production 2 Course Number: Prerequisites: Successful completion Broadcast Video Production 1 Description: In this yearlong course students will learn to write, produce, direct, and edit a variety of studio and field productions. Students will learn audio and video techniques to produce professional quality media productions. Students will also develop a digital online portfolio. 2 / 12

3 Course Name: Broadcast Video Production 3 (The Morning Show) Course Number: Grade: (10th Grade, see prerequisites) Prerequisites: Broadcast Video Production 2 AND successful application process. The application process considers the work ethic, the skill, academic achievement, faculty recommendations, and the successful completion of all work assigned in a timely manner. The student must be current in all work unless expressly authorized by the instructor.in rare instances, some students from Level One may be asked by the instructor to submit an application for level 3. In this instance, the instructor has recognized the skill and work ethic of the student to proceed to level 3. Application does not guarantee a spot in BVP 3 Description: In this yearlong course Students will produce a weekly video magazine to appear on the school network as well as other online productions; Students write, produce, direct, and edit a variety of studio and field productions. Students will produce an online portfolio. Course Name: Broadcast Video Production 4 (The Morning Show) Course Number: Grade: 12 (11th if student advanced from Level One to Level Three) Prerequisites: Broadcast Video Production 3 AND successful application process. In this yearlong course Students will produce a weekly video magazine to appear on the school network as well as other online productions; Students write, produce, direct, and edit a variety of studio and field productions. Students will produce an online portfolio. Course Name: Work Based Learning (WBL) or internship (The Morning Show) Course Number: Grade: 12 Prerequisites: Broadcast Video Production 4 AND successful application process. In this 3 / 12

4 yearlong course Students will produce a weekly video magazine to appear on the school network as well as other online productions; Students write, produce, direct, and edit a variety of studio and field productions. Students will produce an online portfolio. Students will assist on all productions for The Morning Show Broadcast including but not limited to final production, marketing, promotion, and management. The student will also explore outside media activities and finalize their digital portfolio. Students will demonstrate all professional level qualities for media production including work ethic. BUSINESS Course Name: Business Essentials Course Number: Grade: 9 12 Description: This yearlong course places emphasis on management theories, changes taking place in the business world today, ethics, social responsibility, laws that affect businesses and protect workers, business communication and interviewing skills. Course Name: Financial Literacy Course Number: Grade: 9 12 Description: This yearlong course will teach students how to live successfully on their own, create and maintain a personal budget, purchase a first car, rent a first apartment, establish and maintain good credit, file a tax return, and protect one s self as a consumer. Course Name: Entrepreneurial Ventures (Entrepreneurship) Course Number: Prerequisites: Sophomores, juniors, and seniors only Description: This yearlong course explores the advantages and disadvantages of business 4 / 12

5 ownership, personal characteristics and skills required for entrepreneurs, opportunity recognition and pursuit, and problem solving. Development of the components of a business plan is emphasized. Course Name: Legal Environment of Business (Business Law) Course Number: Prerequisites: Sophomores, juniors, and seniors only Description: This yearlong course presents rights and responsibilities in personal law and business law and uses application activities to examine consumer, citizen and worker roles. The course covers the US legal system and employer-employee relations. Course Name: International Business and Marketing Course Number: Prerequisites: Sophomores, juniors, and seniors only Description: Students ready for the global business world will learn about culture and acceptable business etiquette in other countries around the world in this yearlong course. Emphasis is placed on international business structure, economic concepts, financial systems, trade laws, and marketing strategies. Course Name: Principles of Accounting I Course Number: Prerequisites: Sophomores, juniors, and seniors only Description: This yearlong course prepares students for performing accounting activities for sole proprietorships and corporations following generally accepted accounting procedures. Students analyze business transactions and financial statements, perform payroll, examine the global perspective of accounting, and evaluate the effects of transactions on the economic health of a business. 5 / 12

6 Course Name: Accounting Honors Course Number: Prerequisites: Sophomores, juniors, and seniors only; 80 or higher Integrated Algebra II Description: This yearlong uses an integrated approach to teach accounting. Students first learn how businesses plan for and evaluate their operating, financing and investing decisions and then how accounting systems gather and provide data to internal and external decision makers. This year-long course covers all the learning objectives of a traditional college level financial accounting course, plus those from a managerial accounting course. Topics include an intro to accounting, accounting information systems, time value of money, and accounting for merchandising firms, sales and receivables, fixed assets, debt and equity. Other topics include statement of cash flows, financial ratios, cost-volume profit analysis and variance analysis. Course Name: Small Business Development WBL (6 th period) Course Number: Grade: Prerequisites: Application Course Name: Small Business Development WBL (5th period) Course Number: Grade: Prerequisites: Application 6 / 12

7 COMPUTER SCIENCE Course Name: Computer Applications Course Number: Grades: 9-12 Career Tech Pathway within AHS: N/A Description: Learn about yourself and plan your career while applying the Microsoft Office Suite tools you will use in high school, college and the workplace to the real-world. The focus is on career planning and knowing how to make MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher and Outlook -- and web-based applications providing the same functionality -- work for you in real assignments and projects you will encounter in your future. Most assignments are career-related, and students have a great deal of flexibility when choosing the subject matter of their projects. Course Name: Computing in the Modern World Course Number: Grades: 9-12 Career Tech Pathway within AHS: Web Design (Interactive Media) Description: This course will provide a foundation in computers which will help students with the personal, school, college and workplace application of computers -- regardless of whether they plan to pursue a career in computers or they plan to enter a field in which computers can be utilized creatively as tools for greater effectiveness. Students will acquire a fundamental understanding of the operation of computers, computer hardware, operating systems, computer 7 / 12

8 networks, web development, programming, multimedia, graphics, the human-computer interface, career possibilities, ethical issues, and the application of computers to potentially solving problems and addressing challenges in many industries and occupations. Course Name: Fundamentals of Web Page Design Course Number: Grade: Prerequisites: Computing in the Modern World or Computer Applications Career Tech Pathway within AHS: Web Design (Interactive Media) Description: Students learn how the web can be useful to them in their careers and learn how to design Web sites. Included are site planning, page layout, graphic design, and use of markup languages. Forms and scripts are used to add interactivity and database access to Web sites. A variety of easy web-building tools and capabilities are covered in the course as well. Marketing, ethics, government compliance, careers, and future potential of the web are also explored. Course Name: Introduction to Animation and 3D Design Course Number: Grades: but one previous high school computer course is highly recommended. Career Tech Pathway within AHS: N/A Description: Emphasis is placed on fundamentals of animation, modeling, storyboard creation, digital image creation, cameras and lighting. Students will learn how animation and 3D technology are used for commercials, cartoons, simulators, film, broadcast, education, and games. Career options will also be explored. 8 / 12

9 Course Name: Beginning Programming Course Number: Grade: Prerequisites: Computing in the Modern World Career Tech Pathway within AHS: N/A Description: The major goal of this course is for students to develop the computer science skills of algorithm development, problem solving, and programming. While the emphasis of the course will be on programming, students will also be introduced to other important topics, such as careers, the limits of computing and the difference between interpreters and compilers. Course Name: Advanced Web Design Course Number: Grade: Prerequisites: Fundamentals of Web Design and specific approval by the teacher Career Tech Pathway within AHS: Web Design (Interactive Media) Description: Topics include the web development process, advanced layout and design features, advanced studying of scripting languages, site development with HTML editors, and web servers and databases. The AWD class currently maintains, updates, and provides enhancements for the AHSRaiders.com site and other department web site needs throughout the school when possible. The course is currently offered during the Fundamentals of Web Design class period, and AWD students are expected to be highly interested in web design, solid with web fundamentals, highly motivated, self-directed, problem-solvers, and mature. Culmination of the course is the Adobe Certified Associate for Dreamweaver exam. The course is the final course in the Web Design (Interactive Media) Pathway. Course Name: AP Computer Science Course Number: Grade: / 12

10 Prerequisites: Completed Algebra II with a B or better Career Tech Pathway within AHS: N/A Description: This year long course is designed to be the equivalent of one semester-long college introductory course in programming. The course is geared toward preparing students to take the College Board's Advanced Placement Exam. Major emphasis is on programming using the language JAVA, on programming methodology, and problem solving. Students will learn to create interesting projects such as business and educational computer applications using JAVA. Software engineering, computer hardware systems, new computer technologies and the social implications of computing (typical first-year collegiate computer science topics) are integrated into this course. Students are trained on the multiple-choice and free-response questions that are on the AP Exam. CULINARY ARTS COURSES Course Name: Introduction to Culinary Arts Course Number: Description: This yearlong course designed to introduce students to fundamental food preparation terms, concepts, and methods in Culinary Arts where laboratory practice will parallel class work. Fundamental techniques, skills, and terminology are covered and mastered with an emphasis on basic kitchen and dining room safety, sanitation, equipment maintenance and operation procedures. Course also provides an overview of the professionalism in the culinary industry and career opportunities leading into a career pathway to Culinary Arts. Course Name: Culinary Arts 1 Course Number: (2-period time block Fall Semester) Grade: Prerequisites: Introduction to Culinary Arts Description: Culinary Arts I is designed to create a complete foundation and understanding of Culinary Arts leading to post secondary education or a foodservice career. Building from techniques and skills learned in Foundation of Culinary Arts, this fundamentals course begins to involve all-depth knowledge and hands on skill mastery of Culinary Arts. Course Name: Culinary Arts 2 Course Number: (2-period time block Spring Semester) 10 / 12

11 Grade: 12 Prerequisites: Culinary Arts I Description: Culinary Arts II is an advanced and rigorous in-depth course designed for the student who has continued the Culinary Arts Pathway and wishes to continue their education at the post secondary level or enter the foodservice industry as a proficient and well rounded individual. Strong importance is given to refining hands on production of the classic fundamentals in the commercial kitchen ENGINEERING COURSES Course Name: Foundations of Engineering Technology Course Number: Grade: 9 12 Description: Alpharetta has a state-of-the-art lab utilizing industry standard equipment to learn the basics of engineering practices. During the year, individual work, group work and engineering training modules will be used as students explore basic engineering practices used in industry. Companies will be formed and students will use skills learned in the trainers to design and build projects. During the projects, a corporate structure is used as well as, teamwork, company logo, a video, brochure, web page, Power Point presentation, and company t-shirts will be made along with a fully functioning prototype of the product. Students will learn how to safely use equipment from basic hand and power tools to industrial robots and computer controlled milling machines. Foundations of Engineering Technology is the first course of a possible four-year track in Engineering. Course Name: Engineering Concepts Course Number: Prerequisites: Foundations of Engineering Technology Description: A more in-depth study of various engineering practices will take place in Engineering Concepts. As more advanced engineering skills are learned, students take on many of the challenges faced in real life engineering careers. Some design projects in Engineering Concepts include: Hovercrafts, Solar Fuel Cell Vehicles, Ergonomic Workstations, and Handicap Lifting Devices. 11 / 12

12 Course Name: Engineering Applications Course Number: Grade: Prerequisites: Engineering Concepts Description: Engineering Applications continues the students opportunities to learn about Engineering. This third year class takes the students further into the fields of Engineering. The students continue to use the engineering training stations as well as projects. Example projects in Engineering Applications are: Water Desalination, Hydroponic Gardening, Smart House Security and Automatic Drawbridge. Course Name: Research, Design & Project Management Course Number: Grade: 12 Prerequisites: Engineering Applications Description: This course provides students with the unique opportunity to design and build their own projects. After completing some of the engineering training stations the R&D students will design and build their own master project. During the first three years of this program students have been given projects to complete. In year four, the students take their gained knowledge to design and build their own projects. 12 / 12

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