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1 Wylie ISD Career Experiences #Ihaveaplanwisd

2 Does your student have a plan? Understanding the requirements for high school and how to earn an endorsement are critical for creating a 4 year plan for high school. Wylie ISD s creation of Career Experiences within each endorsement area will allow your student to explore their interests and strengths while preparing for post-secondary goals. These pathways bring relevance and purpose to school connecting both a personal plan and goal. Use this Career Experience guide to develop a personal high school 4 year plan. Counselors are available for questions. You can also access this document online at #ihaveaplanwisd. Foundation Plan 4 English 3 Math 3 Science 3 Social Studies 1 PE 1 Fine Arts 2 Languages (other than English) 5 Electives 22 CREDITS Endorsement Credits 1 Math 1 Science 2 Electives Endorsement Choices Arts & Humanities Business & Industry Public Services STEM 26 CREDITS TO GRADUATE

3 Wylie ISD Graduation Plan Overview There is one graduation plan approved by the State of Texas and Wylie Independent School District. The State of Texas Foundation High School Program requires a total of 22 units of credits. Additionally, upon entering grade 9, each student will select one or more endorsement areas for an additional 4 units of credits. In Wylie ISD, every student is expected to earn 26 credits and graduate on the Foundation High School Program with an endorsement. Foundation High School Program (FHSP) 22 Credits Pre AP, AP, and Dual Credit courses, if available, can satisfy course requirements. 4 Credits - English Language Arts English I English II English III English IV 3 Credits - Mathematics Algebra I Geometry Algebra II 3 Credits - Social Studies World History US History Government (.5) Economics (.5) 3 Credits - Science Biology Chemistry or Physics Advanced Science 2 Credits- World Language Spanish I -V French I-V 1 Credit - Fine Arts Art, Choir, Theatre, Technical Theater, Band, AP Music Theory, Dance 1 Credit - Physical Education PE, Athletics, Marching Band, Drill Team, Cheerleading, ROTC 5 Credits-Electives Foundation High School Program + Endorsement 26 Credits Students are able to earn one or more endorsements as part of their graduation requirements. Students must select an endorsement prior to entering 9th grade. Students can meet with their counselor if they wish to change their endorsement. Students earn an endorsement by: Completing curriculum requirements of FHSP (22 credits) and; Requirements of 1 endorsement, and; 1 additional credit of math, and; 1 additional credit of science, and; 2 additional elective credits. WISD students can choose from these endorsement areas: Arts & Humanities Business & Industry Public Services STEM Career Experiences are pathways for students to explore their interests and earn an endorsement for their high school graduation requirements. Distinguished Level of Achievement & Performance Acknowledgements Additionally, a student may earn the Distinguished Level of Achievement and/or a Performance Acknowledgment for outstanding performance. The Distinguished Level of Achievement must be earned to be admitted to a Texas public university under the Top 10 percent automatic admission law. Distinguished Level of Achievement Foundation Program requirements 4 credits in math including Algebra II 4 credits in science At least 1 endorsement Performance Acknowledgments Dual credit course Bilingualism and biliteracy PSAT, ACT s Plan, SAT or ACT Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate exam Earning a nationally or internationally recognized business or industry certification or license

4 Earning an Endorsement Business and Industry Arts and Humanities CTE Coherent Sequence Route 4 Credits in CTE Electives (Minimum of three courses) which includes: At least 2 from the same cluster At least 1 advanced level CTE course Final course from one of the following clusters: - Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources - Architecture and Construction - Arts, A/V Technology, and communications - Business Management and Administration - Finance - Hospitality and Tourism - Information Technology - Manufacturing English Language Art/Journalism Elective Coherent Sequence 4 English elective credits by selecting 3 levels in one of the following areas: Advanced journalism: newspaper Advanced journalism: yearbook Academic Coherent Sequence (select one of the following) 5 credits - Social Studies Language Other Than English (LOTE) Coherent Sequence (select one of the following) or (2 in 2 areas) 4 English elective credits by selecting 3 levels in one of the following areas: 4 levels of same language in a LOTE; or 2 levels of same language in LOTE and 2 levels of different language in LOTE Fine Arts Coherent Sequence (select 4 credits from one or two of the following areas: 4 credits Art 4 credits Dance 4 credits Music 4 credits Theatre Public Service STEM CTE Coherent Sequence Route 4 Credits in CTE Electives (Minimum of three courses) which includes: At least 2 from the same cluster At least 1 advanced level CTE course Final course from one of the following: - Education & Training - Law, Public Safety - Health Science Elective Coherent Sequence (must include all) 4 courses in Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) Academic Coherent Sequence (select one of the following) 5 credits Mathematics (must complete Algebra II and 2 additional courses beyond Algebra II), or 5 credits Science (must complete biology, chemistry, physics and 2 additional advanced science courses) CTE Coherent Sequence 4 Credits in CTE Electives (Minimum of three courses) which includes: At least 2 from the same cluster At least 1 advanced level CTE Course Final course from STEM cluster Algebra II, chemistry, and physics are also required for the STEM Endorsement.

5 Advanced Coursework to Satisfy Foundation and Endorsement Pre AP, AP, and Dual Credit courses, if available, can satisfy course requirements ELA Advanced Math English IV AP English Literature and Composition Creative Writing Research and Technical Writing Debate III Advanced Journalism: Yearbook III Advanced Journalism: Newspaper III Advanced Quantitative Reasoning (AQR) Pre-Calculus Pre AP AP Calculus AB AP Calculus BC AP Statistics Statistics Science Advanced Animal Science Anatomy and Physiology AP Biology Astronomy Chemistry AP Chemistry Environmental Systems Earth and Space Science AP Environmental Science Forensic Science Physics AP Physics I: Algebra based AP Physics 2: Algebra based AP Physics C Engineering Design & Problem Solving Scientific Research & Design Social Studies AP Human Geography AP World History AP United States History AP Economics AP US Government & Politics AP Psychology Psychology Sociology World Geography PE, Fine Arts & Athletic Options Options for PE Credit: Foundations of Personal Fitness Aerobic Activity/PE Team Sports/PE Outdoor Education/PE Athletics ROTC Drill Team Band Cheerleading Dance Options for Fine Arts Credit: Band Dance Drill Team Art Theatre Students who sign up for Athletics should indicate the first sport they intend to participate in for the year. Options: Football Volleyball Cross Country Tennis Track Softball Golf Soccer Basketball Wrestling Baseball

6 4 Year Graduation Plan Last Name First ID# Anticipated Graduation Year WHS or WEHS The benefits of a graduation plan that includes earning one or more endorsements has been explained to me as well as the distinguished level of achievement and postsecondary education and postsecondary education opportunities. Student Date Counselor Date Parent/Guardian Date Endorsement-Circle One: Business & Industry, Arts & Humanities, Public Services, or STEM Career Experience Choice: 8th (Algebra I or Spanish I) 9th English I Pre-AP English I Humanities I Algebra I Pre-AP Algebra I Biology Pre-AP Biology 10th English II Pre-AP English II Humanities II Geometry Pre-AP Geometry Chemistry Pre-AP Chemistry 11th English III AP English III Algebra II Pre-AP Algebra II Physics Adv. Science 12th English IV AP English IV Advanced Math Advanced Science Foundation + Endorsement Requirements Pre AP, AP, and Dual Credit courses, if available, can satisfy course requirements. 4 English credits 4 Science credits 3 Social Studies credits 4 Math credits 2 LOTE credits 1 PE credit 1 Fine Arts credit World Geography (Optional) World History AP World History US History AP US History Government and Economics *Electives to satisfy earning an Endorsement Recommended Freshman Course Selection: Career Experience Courses English I Algebra I Biology Spanish I, French I Fine Arts PE Endorsement Elective Alternate Experience Choices: 1st Choice 2nd Choice

7 Arts & Humanities Endorsements FINE ARTS EXPERIENCE SOCIAL SCIENCES & PRE-LAW EXPERIENCE WORLD LANGUAGES EXPERIENCE

8 Fine Arts Experiences Dance, Music, Theatre, or Visual Arts In addition to completing the Foundation High School Program requirements, to earn an Arts & Humanities Endorsement, a student must earn 4 credits by selecting courses from 1 or 2 areas in fine arts. Dance Area Dance I or Varsity I Dance II or Varsity II Dance III or Varsity Dance III Dance IV or Varsity Dance IV Music Area Band I or Choir I Band II or Choir II Band III or Choir III Band IV Theatre Area Theatre I, Technical Theatre I, or Theatre Production I Theatre I-II, Technical Theatre I-II, or Theatre Production I-II Theatre I-III, Technical Theatre I-III, or Theatre Production I-III Visual Arts Area Art I Art II, Photography or Jewelry Photography, Jewelry, 2D Design, Drawing or Upper Level Art Photography, Jewelry, 2D Design, Drawing or Upper Level Art Advertising Designer Animator Architectural Designer Art Buyer Scenic Designer Special Effects Designer Actor Playwright Professional Musician Conductor Director Music Educator Music Instructor Music Engineer Recording Engineer Church Music Director UIL

9 Social Sciences & Pre-Law Experiences In addition to completing the Foundation High School Program requirements, to earn an Arts & Humanities Endorsement, a student must earn a total of 5 credits in Social Studies. Course Overview Planning, managing, and providing legal, public safety, protective services and home-land security, including professional and technical support services. AP Options for Foundation Program: AP World History AP US History AP Government and Macroeconomics AP Psychology Legislator Commissione Policy Advisor Lawyer Endorsement Credit Options: Administrative Law Judge Legal Sec-retary Law Clerk AP Human Geography Psychology (.5) Sociology (.5) Special Topics in Social Studies/ Personal Finance (.5) World Geography Paralegal UIL

10 World Languages Experiences In addition to completing the Foundation High School Program requirements, to earn an Arts & Humanities Endorsement, a student must earn: 4 levels of same language in a LOTE; or 2 levels of same language in LOTE and 2 levels of different language in LOTE Spanish I or French I Spanish II or French II Spanish III or French III Spanish IV or French IV Translator Educator International Attorney Advocate Politician Travel Advisor Travel Writer Missionary International Business Administrator International Operator Foreign Correspondent Journalist Photographer Interpreter Editor Peace Corps Immigration Officer Social Agency Administrator Diplomat Social Worker International Intelligence Officer UIL

11 Business Industry Endorsements ANIMAL SCIENCE EXPERIENCE BUSINESS & FINANCE EXPERIENCE CARPENTRY & CONSTRUCTION EXPERIENCE COMPUTER NETWORK EXPERIENCE CULINARY ARTS EXPERIENCE GRAPHIC DESIGN EXPERIENCE JOURNALISM EXPERIENCE VIDEO PRODUCTION EXPERIENCE WELDING EXPERIENCE

12 Animal Science Experience Cluster Overview Focuses on careers in the planning, implementation, production, management, processing, and/or marketing of agricultural commodities and services. In addition to completing the Foundation High School Program requirements, to earn a Business & Industry Endorsement, a student must complete 4 Credits in CTE Electives (Minimum of three courses) which includes: At least 2 from the same cluster At least 1 advanced level CTE course Final course from one of the courses below Principles of Agriculture Food & Natural Resources (1) Small Animal Management (.5) (Advanced) Livestock Production (.5) (Advanced) Veterinary Medical Applications (1) (Advanced) Advanced Animal Science (1) (Advanced) Science credit Practicum in Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources I (2) (Advanced) Practicum in Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources II (2) (Advanced) Animal Nutritionist Livestock Producer Large Animal Care-taker Veterinarian Veterinary Assistant Veterinary Technologist FFA CERTIFICATION OPPORTUNITIES OSHA 10 Hour Safety Texas Beef Quality Assurance

13 Business and Finance Experience Cluster Overview Careers encompass planning, organizing, directing and evaluating business functions essential to efficient and productive business operations. Finance careers encompass planning, services for financial and in-vestment planning, banking, insurance, and business financial management. In addition to completing the Foundation High School Program requirements, to earn a Business & Industry Endorsement, a student must complete 4 Credits in CTE Electives (Minimum of three courses) which includes: At least 2 from the same cluster At least 1 advanced level CTE course Final course from one of the courses below Principles of Business, Finance, & Marketing (1) Banking & Financial Services (.5) (Advanced) Human Resource Management (.5) (Advanced) Money Matters (.5) (Advanced) Entrepreneurship (.5) (Advanced) Practicum in Business Management I (2) (Advanced) Financial Officer Bookkeeper Billing Clerk Accountant/Auditor, Analyst Human Resource Manager Benefits Specialist Dual Credit Options: Business Management (1) Advanced - Introduction to Business-1st Semester - Personal Finance-2nd Semester Business Professionals of America SkillsUSA CERTIFICATION OPPORTUNITIES Microsoft Office Specialist QuickBooks

14 Carpentry and Construction Experience Cluster Overview Focuses on careers in designing, planning, managing, building and maintaining the built environment. In addition to completing the Foundation High School Program requirements, to earn a Business & Industry Endorsement, a student must complete 4 Credits in CTE Electives (Minimum of three courses) which includes: At least 2 from the same cluster At least 1 advanced level CTE course Final course from one of the courses below Construction Technology (1) (Advanced) Building Maintenance (1) (Advanced) Adv. Construction Technology (2) (Advanced) Practicum in Construction Management I (2) (Advanced) Construction Manager/Project Manager Construction Foreman Cost Estimator Equipment/Material Manager SkillsUSA CERTIFICATION OPPORTUNITIES OSHA 10 Hour Safety

15 Computer Network Systems Experience Computer Maintenance, Computer Networking, Cybersecurity, or Computer Programming Cluster Overview Encompass entry level, technical, and professional careers related to the design, development, and support of hardware, software, multi-media, and systems integration services. In addition to completing the Foundation High School Program requirements, to earn a Business & Industry Endorsement, a student must complete 4 Credits in CTE Electives (Minimum of three courses) which includes: At least 2 from the same cluster At least 1 advanced level CTE course Final course from one of the courses below Principles of Information Technology (1) Computer Maintenance (1) (Advanced) Telecommunications & Networking (1) (Advanced) Computer Programming (1) (Advanced) Advanced Computer Programming (1) (Advanced) Computer Technician (2) (Advanced) Computer Systems Engineer/Architect Computer Support Specialist Computer Operator Computer Security Specialist Data Communications Analyst Electronics Engineer Electronics Technician Tele-communications Repairer Dual Credit Options: Internetworking Technologies 1 CCNA CISCO 1-1st Semester CCNA CISCO 2-2nd Semester Business Professionals of America SkillsUSA CERTIFICATION OPPORTUNITIES CompTIA A + Certification CompTIA Network + Cisco Certified Networking Associate

16 Culinary Experience Cluster Overview Careers encompass the management, marketing and operations of restaurants and other food-services, lodging, attractions, recreation events, and travel related services. In addition to completing the Foundation High School Program requirements, to earn a Business & Industry Endorsement, a student must complete 4 Credits in CTE Electives (Minimum of three courses) which includes: At least 2 from the same cluster At least 1 advanced level CTE course Final course from one of the courses below Principles of Hospitality & Tourism (.5) Lifetime Nutrition & Wellness (.5) (Advanced) Culinary Arts (1) (Advanced) Restaurant Management (1) (Advanced) Practicum in Culinary Arts I (2) (Advanced) Practicum in Culinary Arts II (3) (Advanced) Food Service Manager First Line Supervisor/Manager General Operations Manager Private Sector Executive ProStart SkillsUSA CERTIFICATION OPPORTUNITIES ServSafe Food Handler

17 Graphic Design Experience Cluster Overview Focuses on designing, producing, exhibiting, performing, writing, and publishing multimedia including visual and performing arts, design, journalism, and entertainment services. In addition to completing the Foundation High School Program requirements, to earn a Business & Industry Endorsement, a student must complete 4 Credits in CTE Electives (Minimum of three courses) which includes: At least 2 from the same cluster At least 1 advanced level CTE course Final course from one of the courses below Digital and Interactive Media (1) (Advanced) Graphic Design (1) (Advanced) Advanced Graphic Design & Illustration (2) (Advanced) Practicum in Graphic Design I & Illustration I (2) (Advanced) Graphic Designer Artist Painter & Illustrator Multimedia Artist & Animator Curator Photographer SkillsUSA CERTIFICATION OPPORTUNITIES Adobe Certified Associate

18 Journalism Experience Overview Designing, producing, exhibiting, performing, writing, and publish-ing multimedia content including visual and performing arts and design, journalism, and entertainment services. In addition to completing the Foundation High School Program requirements, to earn a Business & Industry Endorsement, a student must complete 4 Credits in CTE Electives (Minimum of three courses) which includes: Advanced journalism: newspaper Advanced journalism: yearbook Journalism (.5) Photojournalism (.5) Reporter/Correspondent Broadcast News Analyst Radio/TV Announcer Producer/Director/Manager Professional PhotographerCurator Photographer Newspaper I Newspaper II Newspaper III Yearbook I Yearbook II Yearbook III UIL

19 Video Production Experience Cluster Overview Designing, producing, exhibiting, performing, writing, and publishing multimedia content including visual and performing arts and design, journalism, and entertainment services In addition to completing the Foundation High School Program requirements, to earn a Business & Industry Endorsement, a student must complete 4 Credits in CTE Electives (Minimum of three courses) which includes: At least 2 from the same cluster At least 1 advanced level CTE course Final course from one of the courses below Digital and Interactive Media (1) (Advanced) Audio/Video Production (1) (Advanced) Advanced Audio/Video Production (2) (Advanced) Practicum in Audio/Video Production I (2) (Advanced) Audio/Video Equipment Technician Sound Engineer Technician Camera Operator Broadcast Technician Film Editor Producer/Director SkillsUSA CERTIFICATION OPPORTUNITIES Apple Final Cut Pro

20 Welding Experience Cluster Overview Planning, managing, and performing the processing of materials into intermediate or final products and related professional and technical support activities. In addition to completing the Foundation High School Program requirements, to earn a Business & Industry Endorsement, a student must complete 4 Credits in CTE Electives (Minimum of three courses) which includes: At least 2 from the same cluster At least 1 advanced level CTE course Final course from one of the courses below Construction Technology (1) (Advanced) Welding (1) (Advanced) Advanced Welding (2) (Advanced) Practicum in Manufacturing I (2) (Advanced) Precision Metal Production Welder Cutters Solderers and Brazers Machine Operator Inspector Testers Sorters Samplers SkillsUSA CERTIFICATION OPPORTUNITIES American Welding Society AWS D1.1 Certification AWS D1.3 Sheet Steel Welding AWS D9. 1 Certification

21 Public Services Endorsements EDUCATION EXPERIENCE HEALTH SCIENCE EXPERIENCE LAW ENFORCEMENT EXPERIENCE ROTC EXPERIENCE

22 Education Experience Cluster Overview Planning, managing and providing education and training services, and related learning support services. In addition to completing the Foundation High School Program requirements, to earn a Public Services Endorsement, a student must complete 4 Credits in CTE Electives (Minimum of three courses) which includes: At least 2 from the same cluster At least 1 advanced level CTE course Final course from one of the courses below Principles of Education & Training (1) Human Growth & Development (1) (Advanced) Counseling & Mental Health (1) (Advanced) Instructional Practices in Education and Training(1) (Advanced) Practicum in Education and Training I (2) (Advanced) Practicum in Education and Training II (2) (Advanced) Teacher, Elementary School; Middle School Career & Technical Education; Secondary School Special Education; Coach, Elementary/Secondary Education Administrator Postsecondary Education Administrator Instructional Coordinator Extended Learning Texas Association of Future Educators (TAFE)

23 Health Science Experience Cluster Overview Planning, managing, and providing therapeutic services, diagnostic services, health informatics, support services, and biotechnology research and development. In addition to completing the Foundation High School Program requirements, to earn a Public Services Endorsement, a student must complete 4 Credits in CTE Electives (Minimum of three courses) which includes: At least 2 from the same cluster At least 1 advanced level CTE course Final course from one of the courses below Principles of Health Science (1) Medical Terminology (.5) (Advanced) Lifetime Nutrition & Wellness (.5) (Advanced) Health Science (1) (Advanced) Anatomy & Physiology (1) (Advanced) Science credit Practicum in Health Science I (2)* (Advanced) Practicum in Health Science II (2)* (Advanced) Registered Nurse Licensed Vocational Nurse Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic Physician HOSA CERTIFICATION OPPORTUNITIES *If more students seek enrollment in a specific program than seats are available, a matrix is used to rank all students on the same criteria. The criteria could include grade level, academic grades, health science courses completed, discipline referrals, attendance, etc. Medical Billing and Coding Patient Care Technician (PCT) Pharmacy Technician (CPT) Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)

24 Law Enforcement Experience Cluster Overview Planning, managing, and providing legal, public safety, protective services and homeland security, including professional and technical support services. In addition to completing the Foundation High School Program requirements, to earn a Public Services Endorsement, a student must complete 4 Credits in CTE Electives (Minimum of three courses) which includes: At least 2 from the same cluster At least 1 advanced level CTE course Final course from one of the courses below Principles of Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security (1) Law Enforcement I (1) (Advanced) Law Enforcement II (1) (Advanced) Forensic Science (1) (Advanced) Science credit Practicum in Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security I (2) (Advanced) Police Officer Sheriff Highway Patrol Officer Correctional Officer Jail Officer Probation Officer Lawyer Administrative Law Judge Legal Secretary Law Clerk Paralegal SkillsUSA CERTIFICATION OPPORTUNITIES 911 Dispatcher

25 ROTC Experience Course Overview Includes executing governmental functions at the local, State and Federal levels. In addition to completing the FHSP requirements, to earn a Public Services Endorsement, a student must complete 4 courses in Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC). ROTC I ROTC II ROTC III ROTC IV Military Officer Infantry Intelligence Navy Seal Civil Engineer Officer Pilot Space and Missile Officer Weather Officer ROTC

26 STEM Endorsements ENGINEERING & ROBOTICS EXPERIENCE MATHEMATICS EXPERIENCE SCIENCE EXPERIENCE SPORTS MEDICINE EXPERIENCE

27 Engineering & Robotics Experience Cluster Overview Planning, managing, and providing scientific research and professional and technical services including laboratory and testing services, and research and development services. In addition to completing the Foundation High School Program requirements, to earn a STEM Endorsement, a student must complete 4 Credits in CTE Electives (Minimum of three courses) which includes: At least 2 from the same cluster At least 1 advanced level CTE course Final course from one of the courses below Concepts of Engineering & Technology (1) Engineering Design and Presentation (1) (Advanced) Robotics & Automation (1) (Advanced) Engineering Design and Problem Solving (1) (Advanced) Science credit Mechanical Engineer Aerospace Engineers Mechanical Engineering Technicians Engineering Managers Electronics Engineering Technicians Mapping Technicians Civil Engineering Technicians Dual Credit Options: Electronics (1) (Advanced) Digital Fundamentals -1st Semester Robotic Fundamentals -2nd Semester Scientific Research and Design (1) (Advanced) (Science Credit) Introduction to Engineering -1st Semester DC Circuits -2nd Semester SkillsUSA FIRST Robotics CERTIFICATION OPPORTUNITIES SolidWorks CSWA

28 Mathematics Experience Course Overview Planning, managing, and providing scientific research and professional and technical services including laboratory and testing services, and research and development services. In addition to completing the Foundation High School Program requirements, to earn a STEM Endorsement, a student must earn a total of 5 credits in math by successfully completing Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II and 2 additional math courses for which Algebra II is a prerequisite. AP Options for Foundation Program: Algebra I, or PAP Algebra I Geometry, or PAP Geometry Algebra II, or PAP Algebra II Pre Calculus, or PAP Pre-Calculus AP Statistics AP Calculus AB AP Calculus BC Advanced Quantitative Reasoning Statistics Statistician Mathematician Actuary Computer Scientist Attorney Economist Math Teacher/Professor Robotics Engineer Civil Engineer Forensic Analyst

29 Science Experience Life Science/Pre-Med or Environmental Science Course Overview Planning, managing, and providing scientific research and professional and technical services including laboratory and testing services, and research and development services. In addition to completing the Foundation High School Program requirements, to earn a STEM Endorsement, a student must earn a total of 5 credits in science by successfully completing biology, chemistry, physics, and 2 additional science courses. AP Options for Foundation: Pre-AP Biology Pre-AP Chemistry AP Physics I LIFE SCIENCE/PRE-MED AP Biology AP Chemistry Anatomy & Physiology Forensic Science Biological Technician Environmental Science Protection Technician Environmental Scientist Microbiologist Agricultural Technician Geoscientist Physician Pediatrician Anesthesiologist Surgeon ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AP Chemistry AP Physics 2 AP Physics C AP Environmental Science UIL Science Fair

30 Sports Medicine Experience Course Overview Planning, managing, and providing therapeutic services, diagnostic services, health informatics, support services, and biotechnology research and development. In addition to completing the Foundation High School Program requirements, to earn a STEM Endorsement, a student must earn a total of 5 credits in science by successfully completing biology, chemistry, physics and 2 additional science courses. Algebra II is a requirement. AP Options for Foundation: Pre-AP Biology Pre-AP Chemistry AP Physics I AP Biology AP Chemistry Anatomy & Physiology Forensic Science Physical Therapist Respiratory Therapist Recreational Therapist Occupational Therapist Courses that enhance the Sports Medicine Experience, but count as elective credits: Athletics Sports Medicine I Sports Medicine II Medical Terminology (.5) Lifetime Nutrition & Wellness (.5) Endorsement

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