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1 Career and Technical Education Programs of Study There have been major changes made to all of the Career and Technical Education Programs of Study. The Nevada Department of Education has created a Statewide CTE Course Catalog to provide uniformity of CTE classes throughout the state. This means that many of our CTE Programs have gone through major revisions. Some classes have changed names and others have been completely eliminated and replaced with new classes. The attached pages contain all of our new program offerings that went into effect for the school year. For the first year the prerequisites for the classes were very flexible to help accommodate the transition to the new programs. However, starting with the school year, the prerequisites shall be strictly enforced. courses will be open to all students, and Levels 2 4 will only be open to students working toward completion of the program and they must be taken in sequence.

2 Career and Technical Education Programs of Study These programs are suggested pathways for students interested in pursuing a career in the following areas. courses are open to all students, however Levels 2 4 are only open to students working toward completion of the program and they must be taken in sequence. Administrative Services Business Software Applications Accounting Business Office Management Entrepreneurship Principles of Business and Marketing Marketing I Entrepreneurship Sports & Entertainment Marketing Principles of Business and Marketing Marketing I Sports & Entertainment Marketing Photography Photography I Photography II Photography III Digital Video & Broadcast Production Video Production I Video Production II Video Production III Furniture & Cabinetmaking Furniture & Cabinetmaking I Furniture & Cabinetmaking II Furniture & Cabinetmaking III Culinary Arts Foods & Nutrition I Culinary Arts I Culinary Arts II Culinary Arts III

3 Administrative Services Business Software Applications (8290) This one year course is an introduction to various aspects of computer technology. Students will receive instruction in proper keyboarding techniques, word processing, spreadsheet, database, multimedia, and desktop publishing. Students completing this full year course will earn either one half computer credit and one half elective credit or one of the elective credits required for high school graduation. Accounting (8160) This one year course is designed for students who have successfully completed Business Software Applications. It introduces students to basic accounting principles and procedures for use by businesses that operate in the private enterprise economy of the United States. Emphasis is placed on journal and ledger entries, periodic adjustments, and financial statements primarily through the use of automated accounting systems. Instructional practices incorporate integration of diversity awareness including appreciation of all cultures and their important contributions to society. The appropriate use of technology is an integral part of this course. This course fulfills one of the elective credits required for high school graduation. Prerequisite: Business Software Applications (8290) Business Office Management (9705) This one year course is designed for students who have successfully completed Accounting. Areas of emphasis include effective communication, decision making, customer service, teamwork, leadership, and employee management. Instructional practices incorporate integration of diversity awareness including appreciation of all cultures and their important contributions to society. The appropriate use of technology is an integral part of this course. This course fulfills one of the elective credits required for high school graduation. Prerequisites: Business Software Applications (8290) and Accounting (8160) Administrative Services (9701) This one year course provides students who have achieved all content standards in Administrative Services an advanced study through investigation and in depth research. The student collaborates with the supervising teacher to design and implement the topic of study. Coursework may include various work based learning experiences such as internships and job shadowing, involvement in a school based enterprise, completion of a capstone project, and/or portfolio development. Instructional practices incorporate integration of diversity awareness including appreciation of all cultures and their important contributions to society. The appropriate use of technology is an integral part of this course. This course fulfills one of the elective credits required for high school graduation and may be repeated. Prerequisites: Business Software Applications (8290), Accounting (8160), and Business Office Management (9705)

4 Entrepreneurship Principles of Business & Marketing (3280) This one year course introduces students to business and marketing concepts in the areas of business management, entrepreneurship, and marketing. Students gain an understanding of principles related to business law, communications, customer relations, economics, information management, and operations. Instructional practices incorporate integration of diversity awareness including appreciation of all cultures and their important contributions to society. The appropriate use of technology is an integral part of this course. This course fulfills one elective credit required for high school graduation. Marketing I (8350) This one year course is designed for students who have a career interest in marketing. The student will observe marketing from the standpoints of both a consumer and a businessperson. This course covers the major functions of marketing such as selling, advertising, visual merchandising, pricing, promotion, product planning, and basic economic concepts. Other topics include: job interviewing, human relations, communications, and current events as related to marketing. This course should provide students with an understanding of competencies necessary for success in the initial employment in marketing and marketing related careers. Participation in Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA), an association of marketing students, is an integral part of the instructional program. This course will fulfill one of the elective credits required for high school graduation. Prerequisite: Principles of Business & Marketing (3280) Entrepreneurship (8010) The one year course is designed to teach students the concepts to develop skills that will enable them to start a business. Special features include the use of technology and current business software applications (e.g. Microsoft Publisher) and simulations (e.g. Go Venture, Virtual Business). This course will fulfill one of the elective credits required for high school graduation. Prerequisites: Principles of Business & Marketing (3280) and Marketing I (8350) Marketing (8365) This one year course provides students who have achieved all content standards in Marketing, an advanced study through investigation and in depth research. The student collaborates with the supervising teacher to design and implement the topic of study. Coursework may include various work based learning experiences such as internships and job shadowing, involvement in a schoolbased enterprise, completion of a capstone project, and/or portfolio development. Instructional practices incorporate integration of diversity awareness including appreciation of all cultures and their important contributions to society. The appropriate use of technology is an integral part of this course. This course fulfills one of the elective credits required for high school graduation and may be repeated. Prerequisites: Principles of Business & Marketing (3280), Marketing I (8350), and Entrepreneurship (8010)

5 Sports & Entertainment Marketing Principles of Business & Marketing (3280) This one year course introduces students to business and marketing concepts in the areas of business management, entrepreneurship, and marketing. Students gain an understanding of principles related to business law, communications, customer relations, economics, information management, and operations. Instructional practices incorporate integration of diversity awareness including appreciation of all cultures and their important contributions to society. The appropriate use of technology is an integral part of this course. This course fulfills one elective credit required for high school graduation. Marketing I (8350) This one year course is designed for students who have a career interest in marketing. The student will observe marketing from the standpoints of both a consumer and a businessperson. This course covers the major functions of marketing such as selling, advertising, visual merchandising, pricing, promotion, product planning, and basic economic concepts. Other topics include: job interviewing, human relations, communications, and current events as related to marketing. This course should provide students with an understanding of competencies necessary for success in the initial employment in marketing and marketing related careers. Participation in Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA), an association of marketing students, is an integral part of the instructional program. This course will fulfill one of the elective credits required for high school graduation. Prerequisite: Principles of Business & Marketing (3280) Sports & Entertainment Marketing (8200) Sports & Entertainment Marketing is a specialized course for students with a career interest in marketing. In addition to a marketing overview, this course is designed to provide students with competencies in the areas of economics, communication skills, positive interpersonal relations, market research and planning, selling, sponsorship, promotion, advertising and public relations. Other competencies to be explored will be legal contracts, agents, event marketing and communications. Students will obtain a thorough understanding of the career options available in sports & entertainment marketing. This course will fulfill one of the elective credits required for graduation. Prerequisites: Principles of Business & Marketing (3280) and Marketing I (8350) Marketing (8365) This one year course provides students who have achieved all content standards in Marketing, an advanced study through investigation and in depth research. The student collaborates with the supervising teacher to design and implement the topic of study. Coursework may include various work based learning experiences such as internships and job shadowing, involvement in a schoolbased enterprise, completion of a capstone project, and/or portfolio development. Instructional practices incorporate integration of diversity awareness including appreciation of all cultures and their important contributions to society. The appropriate use of technology is an integral part of this course. This course fulfills one of the elective credits required for high school graduation and may be repeated. Prerequisites: Principles of Business & Marketing (3280), Marketing I (8350), and Sports & Entertainment Marketing (8200)

6 Photography Photography I (3200) This one year course is designed to instruct students in the fundamentals of black and white still photography and/or digital photography as it deals with seeing photographically, operating cameras, processing film, printing black andwhite film, and/or utilizing digital photography. This course will fulfill one Arts/Humanities credit required for high school graduation. Lab fee $40 per year. Photography II (8910) This one year course in photography is designed for the vocationally bound student and presents advanced principles of black and white film photography, digital photography, and digital imaging. This course will fulfill one of the elective credits required for graduation. Lab fee $40 per year. Prerequisite: Photography I (3200) Photography III (8900) This one year course in photography is designed for the vocationally bound student and presents advanced principles of black and white and color photography, studio photography and lighting, portfolio development, and digital imaging. This course will fulfill one of the elective credits required for graduation. Lab fee $40 per year. Prerequisite: Photography I (3200) and Photography II (8910) Photography (9649) This one year course provides students who have achieved all content standards in Photography an advanced study through investigation and in depth research. The student collaborates with the supervising teacher to design and implement the topic of study. Coursework may include various work based learning experiences such as internships and job shadowing, involvement in a schoolbased enterprise, completion of a capstone project, and/or portfolio development. Instructional practices incorporate integration of diversity awareness including appreciation of all cultures and their important contributions to society. The appropriate use of technology is an integral part of this course. This course fulfills one of the elective credits required for high school graduation and may be repeated. Lab fee $40 per year. Prerequisite: Photography I (3200), Photography II (8910), Photography III (8900)

7 Digital Video & Broadcast Production Video Production I (4180) This one year course introduces students to video production. Emphasis is on script writing, video recording, editing, converging media, and publication. Project based learning, collaboration, and portfolio development are essential elements of this class. Instructional practices incorporate integration of diversity awareness including appreciation of all cultures and their important contributions to society. The appropriate use of technology is an integral part of this course. This course fulfills one of the elective credits required for high school graduation. Lab fee $40 per year. Video Production II (5490) This one year course is designed for students who have successfully completed Video Production I. Students increase skill with the elements of video production technology. Emphasis is on script writing, video recording and editing, and publication of news and entertainment through video. Instructional practices incorporate the integration of diversity awareness including appreciation of all cultures and their important contributions to society. The appropriate use of technology is an integral part of this course. This course fulfills one of the elective credits required for high school graduation. Lab fee $40 per year. Prerequisite: Video Production I (4180) Video Production III (6160) This one year course is designed to allow students who have completed Video Production II to advance their knowledge and skills in media production. Emphasis is on the development of various media and video productions for a variety of audiences. Project based learning, collaboration, and project management are essential elements of this course. Instructional practices incorporate the integration of diversity awareness including appreciation of all cultures and their important contributions to society. The appropriate use of technology is an integral part of this course. This course fulfills one of the elective credits required for high school graduation. Lab fee $40 per year. Prerequisite: Video Production I (4180) and Video Production II (5490) Video Production (9653) This one year course provides students who have achieved all content standards in Video Production an advanced study through investigation and in depth research. The student collaborates with the supervising teacher to design and implement the topic of study. Coursework may include various work based learning experiences such as internships and job shadowing, involvement in a school based enterprise, completion of a capstone project, and/or portfolio development. Instructional practices incorporate integration of diversity awareness including appreciation of all cultures and their important contributions to society. The appropriate use of technology is an integral part of this course. This course fulfills one of the elective credits required for high school graduation and may be repeated. Lab fee $40 per year. Prerequisite: Video Production I (4180), Video Production II (5490), and Video Production III (6160)

8 Furniture & Cabinetmaking Furniture & Cabinetmaking I (8510) This one year course examines the tools and machines used in the construction and woodworking industries, including the software and hardware components of computer numerical controlled (CNC) equipment. Students learn industry specific skills through project based activities. Instructional practices incorporate integration of diversity awareness including appreciation of all cultures and their important contributions to society. The appropriate use of technology is an integral part of this course. This course fulfills one of the elective credits required for high school graduation. Lab fee $30 per year. Furniture & Cabinetmaking II (8520) This one year course is designed for the student who has successfully completed Furniture and Cabinetmaking I. Students create furniture and/or cabinets in the woodworking laboratory. Students model safety procedures, machine operation, and industrial applications. Instructional practices incorporate integration of diversity awareness including appreciation of all cultures and their important contributions to society. The appropriate use of technology is an integral part of this course. This course fulfills one of the elective credits required for high school graduation. Lab fee $30 per year. Prerequisite: Furniture & Cabinetmaking I (8510) Furniture & Cabinetmaking III (9695) This one year course is designed for the student who has successfully completed Furniture and Cabinetmaking II. Laboratory activities include advanced processes using tools and equipment currently being used by the industry including software and hardware components of computer numerical controlled (CNC) equipment. Instructional practices incorporate integration of diversity awareness including appreciation of all cultures and their important contributions to society. The appropriate use of technology is an integral part of this course. This course fulfills one of the elective credits required for high school graduation. Lab fee $30 per year. Prerequisites: Furniture & Cabinetmaking I (8510) and Furniture & Cabinetmaking II (8520) Furniture & Cabinetmaking (4140) This one year course provides students who have achieved all content standards in Furniture and Cabinetmaking an advanced study through investigation and in depth research. The student collaborates with the supervising teacher to design and implement the topic of study. Coursework may include various work based learning experiences such as internships and job shadowing, involvement in a school based enterprise, completion of a capstone project, and/or portfolio development. Instructional practices incorporate integration of diversity awareness including appreciation of all cultures and their important contributions to society. The appropriate use of technology is an integral part of this course. This course fulfills one of the elective credits required for high school graduation and may be repeated. Lab fee $30 per year. Prerequisites: Furniture & Cabinetmaking I (8510), Furniture & Cabinetmaking II (8520), and Furniture & Cabinetmaking III (9695)

9 Culinary Arts Foods & Nutrition I (8710) This one year course provides an introduction to the study of basic food preparation and nutrition. Areas of emphasis include food choices and dietary guidelines. Students plan and prepare meals using basic principles of sanitation and safety. Instructional practices incorporate integration of diversity awareness including appreciation of all cultures and their important contributions to our society. The appropriate use of technology is an integral part of this course. This course fulfills one elective credit required for high school graduation. Lab fee $40 per year. Culinary Arts I (8970) This one year course provides students with an introduction to the principles, chemistry, and techniques of food preparation. The classroom is patterned after industry with emphasis on the standards of food service occupations. ProStart curricula is an integral part of this course. Instructional practices incorporate integration of diversity awareness including appreciation of all cultures and their important contributions to society. The appropriate use of technology is an integral part of this course. This course fulfills one of the elective credits required for high school graduation. Lab fee $40 per year. Prerequisite: Foods & Nutrition I (8710) Culinary Arts II (8980) This one year course provides students who have successfully completed Culinary Arts I with advanced practical training in areas of food preparation, equipment technology, merchandising, and service. Students gain experience in catering, banquet functions, and a la carte operations. ProStart curricula is an integral part of this course. Instructional practices incorporate integration of diversity awareness including appreciation of all cultures and their important contributions to society. The appropriate use of technology is an integral part of this course. This course fulfills one of the elective credits required for high school graduation. Lab fee $40 per year. Prerequisites: Foods & Nutrition I (8710) and Culinary Arts I (8970) Culinary Arts III (9620) This one year course provides students who have successfully completed Culinary Arts II with the principles and techniques of food preparation. Students acquire advanced skills in food handling, food and nutritional science, equipment technology, cooking methods, kitchen safety, sanitation procedures, and employability skills. Instructional practices incorporate integration of diversity awareness including appreciation of all cultures and their important contributions to society. The appropriate use of technology is an integral part of this course. This course fulfills one of the elective credits required for high school graduation. Lab fee $40 per year. Prerequisites: Foods & Nutrition I (8710), Culinary Arts I (8970), and Culinary Arts II (8980)

10 Non Program Classes Introductory Computer Concepts (3570) This one semester course is designed to acquaint students with the proper techniques for personal use of the computer. Emphasis is placed on the mastery of the keyboard and the development of touch keyboarding with speed and accuracy. Students will also learn the basic principles of keyboarding, word processing, multimedia, spreadsheet, and database applications. It is designed specifically for students interested in meeting the computer competency requirement for graduation. Introductory Computer Concepts will fulfill either one half computer credit or one half elective credit required for high school graduation. Financial Literacy (8628) This one semester course is designed to help students develop money management skills. Emphasis will be placed on information that will help students make informed financial decisions. We will explore topics such as: careers, taxes, budgeting, bank accounts, investing, and smart credit usage. We will also focus on current events and how they affect everyday life. This course will enable students to become knowledgeable consumers, savers, and investors. It will fulfill one half elective credit required for high school graduation. AP Computer Science A (8410) This one year course is designed with an emphasis on meeting the requirements of the College Board Placement Computer Science A examination. This college level curriculum emphasizes objectoriented programming methodology with a concentration on problem solving and algorithm development. Instructional practices incorporate integration of diversity awareness including appreciation of all cultures and their important contributions to our society. The appropriate use of technology is an integral part of this course. This course fulfills either one half computer credit and onehalf elective credit or one of the elective credits required for high school graduation. Prerequisite: Grades 11 and 12, must have completed Algebra II or be currently enrolled in Algebra II/Trigonometry H or higher, or instructor approval. Computer Science (9638) This one year course provides students who have achieved all content standards in Computer Science an advanced study through investigation and in depth research. The student collaborates with the supervising teacher to design and implement the topic of study. Coursework may include various workbased learning experiences such as internships and job shadowing, involvement in a school based enterprise, completion of a capstone project, and/or portfolio development. Instructional practices incorporate integration of diversity awareness including appreciation of all cultures and their important contributions to society. The appropriate use of technology is an integral part of this course. This course fulfills one of the elective credits required for high school graduation and may be repeated. Prerequisite: AP Computer Science A (8410)

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