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1 Course Description Guide Career and Technical Education

2 Business and Industry Endorsement Pathways Public Services Endorsement Pathways AGRICULTURE, FOOD AND NATURAL RESOURCES (AFNR) Principles of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Equine Science / Small Animal Management Livestock Production/ Wildlife, Fisheries, Ecology Management Principles & Elements of Floral Design Ag Mechanics & Metal Tech Veterinary Medical Application Horticulture Science Ag Facilities Design & Fabrication Advanced Animal Science Practicum in AFNR Advanced Plant & Soil Science ARCHITECTURE AND CONSTRUCTION Principles of Architecture and Construction Architectural Design Construction Management Advanced Architectural Design Advanced Construction Management Mill and Cabinet Making Practicum in Architectural Design ARTS, AUDIO/VIDEO TECHNOLOGY AND COMMUNICATIONS Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications Professional Communications Audio Video Production Fashion Design Graphic Design & Illustration Animation Commercial Photography Advanced Audio/Video Production Advanced Fashion Design Advanced Graphic Design & Illustration Advanced Animation Advanced Commercial Photography Practicum in Audio/Video Production Practicum in Fashion Design Practicum in Graphic Design & Illustration BUSINESS AND FINANCE Principles of Business, Marketing & Finance Business Information Management I Accounting I Business Information Management II Accounting II Practicum in Business Information Management Practicum in Accounting HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM Principles of Hospitality & Tourism Lifetime Nutrition & Wellness Restaurant Management Hospitality Services Culinary Arts Practicum in Hospitality Services Practicum in Culinary Arts INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MANUFACTURING Principles of Information Technology Computer Programming Advanced Computer Programming Research in Information Technology Solutions Principles of Manufacturing Welding Advanced Welding Practicum in Manufacturing I Practicum in Manufacturing II TRANSPORTATION, DISTRIBUTION, AND LOGISTICS Energy, Power, & Transportation Systems Automotive Technology Advanced Automotive Technology EDUCATION HEALTH SCIENCE HUMAN SERVICES Principles of Education & Training Child Development Child Guidance Instructional Practices in Education & Training Medical Terminology Principles of Health Science Health Science Practicum in Health Science Anatomy & Physiology Medical Microbiology Introduction to Cosmetology Cosmetology I Cosmetoloty II Problems & Solutions in Cosmetology LAW, PUBLIC SAFETY, CORRECTIONS, AND SECURITY Principles of Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security Law Enforcement I Law Enforcement II Forensic Science STEM Endorsement Pathways SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, AND MATHMETICS (STEM) Concepts of Engineering & Technology Engrineering Design and Presentation Advanced Engineering Design and Presentation Engineering Problems and Solutions CTE Courses are offered based on student interest, teacher availability, and available lab space. Classes with insufficient enrollment may not be offered. If the number of students eligible to enroll in a course exceeds the limit, a lottery system will be used to determine who will be enrolled.

3 BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY AGRICULTURE, FOOD & NATURAL RESOURCES All students in AFNR courses are required to have a Supervised Agricultural Experience that may require time outside of the school day. Principles of Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources (AFNR) Small Animal Management/Equine Sci / / Principles & Elements of Floral Design ** Ag Mechanics and Metal Technologies Vet Medical Applications Wildlife/Livestock Production / / Horticulture Science Ag Facilities Design & Fabrication **** Practicum in AFNR (in Vet Clinic) 2.0 Credits Advanced Animal Science * Advanced Plant & Soil Science * Practicum in AFNR (in house: Ag Facilities) **** 2.0 Credits CERTIFICATIONS: Vet. Assistant Beef Quality Assurance TX State Florists Assn, TX Master Gardner OSHA 10, NCCER *Course approved for 4 th Science Credit ** Course approved for Fine Arts Credit **** Possible Dual Credit - Blinn

4 Principles of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (AFNR) Grade Level: 9 Credit: 1.0 A comprehensive course for first year agriculture students that introduces them to the international scope of agriculture, food, and natural resources and its effect upon society. It includes topics related to career development, building leadership skills through communication practices, and developing technical knowledge and skills related to AFNR. Students are required to have a Supervised Agricultural Experience that may require time outside of the school day. Lab fees and/or supplies may be required. Equine Science Grade Level: Credit: 0.5 Equine Science prepares students for a career in the field of animal sciences as it relates to horse/equine care and production. Students will learn the responsibilities of ownership, health, facilities management, and anatomy and physiology. Students are required to have a Supervised Agricultural Experience that may require time outside of the school day. Lab fees and/or supplies may be required. Small Animal Management Grade Level: Credit: 0.5 Small Animal Management is a course designed to prepare students for a career in the field of animal science as it relates to small animal care and production. Students will learn responsibility of small animal ownership, animal welfare, care and management, and examine career opportunities. Small animal species to be addressed in this course may include, but are not limited to, small mammals, amphibians, reptiles, avian, dogs, and cats. Students are required to have a Supervised Agricultural Experience that may require time outside of the school day. Lab fees and/or supplies may be required. Agricultural Mechanics and Metal Technologies Grade Level: Credit: 1.0 To be prepared for careers in agricultural power, structural and technical systems, students need to attain technical knowledge and skills related to power, structural, and technical agricultural systems and the industry. This course is designed to develop an understanding of agricultural mechanics as it relates to safety and skills in tool operation, electrical wiring, plumbing, carpentry, fencing, concrete, and metal working techniques. Students are required to have a Supervised Agricultural Experience that may require time outside of the school day. Lab fees and/or supplies may be required..

5 Principles and Elements of Floral Design Grade Level: Credit: 1.0 This lab based technical course demonstrates the principles and techniques related to floral design as well as developing an understanding of the management of floral enterprises. Students will learn how to make homecoming mums, symmetrical and asymmetrical arrangements as well as learn about balance, color, and symmetry. Successful completion of this course fulfills the Fine Arts graduation requirement. Students are required to have a Supervised Agricultural Experience that may require time outside of the school day. Lab fees and/or supplies may be required. Livestock Production Grade Level: Credit: 0.5 Livestock Production is a course designed to prepare students for a career in the field of animal science. Students will learn employability characteristics, technical skills dealing with livestock, animal health, and business operating plans. Within these areas, they will learn animal health, anatomy and physiology, feeding, breeding, and facility design and management. Animal species to be addressed in this course may include, but are not limited to, beef cattle, dairy cattle, swine, sheep, goats, and poultry. Students are required to have a Supervised Agricultural Experience that may require time outside of the school day. Lab fees and/or supplies may be required. Wildlife, Fisheries, and Ecology Management Grade Level: Credit: 0.5 This course is designed to inform students about wildlife management and outdoor recreation. Hunting and fishing skills and safety are taught as well as water and boating safety. State certification in these areas is available to students who qualify (state-mandated fee required for certification). Wise use of our natural resources and career opportunities are also covered. The student will complete the state required Hunter Safety course. Identification of wildlife and fish, state and federal policies and wildlife careers are also covered. Students are required to have a Supervised Agricultural Experience that may require time outside of the school day. Lab fees and/or supplies may be required. Veterinary Medical Applications Grade Level: Credit: 1.0 This course is designed for students preparing for careers in the field of animal science. Topics covered include, but are not limited to career opportunities, entry requirements, industry expectations, animal systems, and veterinary practices as they relate to both large and small animal species Students are required to have a Supervised Agricultural Experience that may require time outside of the school day. Lab fees and/or supplies may be required..

6 Agricultural Facilities Design and Fabrication Grade Level: Credit: 1.0 This course will provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to consider a career in constructing agricultural and building systems. The student will have the opportunity to develop skills in electric arc welding, in oxy-fuel welding, and in the construction of equipment needed in agriculture uses. Areas will include safety procedures, use and identification of metals, design of structures, repairs of equipment, and use of hand and power tools related to metal fabrication. Students are required to have a Supervised Agricultural Experience that may require time outside of the school day. Lab fees and/or supplies may be required. Horticulture Science Grade Level: Credit: 1.0 Horticulture Science is a lab based technical course designed to develop knowledge and skills associated with the management and production of plants, identifying structures and physiological processes used in plant production, managing and controlling common pests and marketing plant products. Students are required to have a Supervised Agricultural Experience that may require time outside of the school day. Lab fees and/or supplies may be required. Advanced Animal Science Grade Level: 12 Credit: 1.0 Want to be a vet? Advanced Animal Science is a lab based technical course that allows students to explore various areas of livestock production, through hands-on approach learning. Nutrition, genetics, breeding systems, anatomy and physiology, health and selection are some of the areas that will be covered. Successful completion of this course fulfills the 4 th Science graduation requirement. Students are required to have a Supervised Agricultural Experience that may require time outside of the school day. Lab fees and/or supplies may be required. Advanced Plant and Soil Science Grade Level: 12 Credit: 1.0 This lab based, research oriented course provides a way of learning about the natural world. Investigations, laboratory practices, and field exercises will be used to develop an understanding of current plant and soil science. Students are required to have a Supervised Agricultural Experience that may require time outside of the school day. Lab fees and/or supplies may be required.

7 Practicum in Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Grade Level: 12 Credit: 2.0 The practicum course is a capstone experience for students participating in a coherent sequence of career and technical education courses in the Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources cluster. Students are required to have a Supervised Agricultural Experience that may require time outside of the school day. Lab fees and/or supplies may be required.

8 BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY ARCHITECTURE AND CONSTRUCTION Principles of Architecture and Construction Professional Communication Architectural Design Construction Management Advanced Architectural Design 2.0 Credits Advanced Construction Management 2.0 Credits Practicum in Architectural Design 2.0 Credits Mill and Cabinet Making 2.0 Credits CERTIFICATIONS: AutoDesk Revit OHSA 10, NCCER

9 Principles of Architecture and Construction Grade Level: 9 Credit: 0.5 Principles of Architecture and Construction provide an overview to the various fields of architecture, interior design, construction science, and construction technology. Students use self knowledge, educational, and career information to set and achieve realistic career and educational goals. Architectural Design Grade Level: Credit: 1.0 In this course, students gain knowledge and skills specific to those needed to enter a career in architecture and construction or prepare a foundation toward a postsecondary degree in architecture, construction science, drafting, interior design, and landscape architecture. Architectural design includes the knowledge of the design, design history, techniques, and tools related to the production of drawings, renderings, and scaled models for commercial or residential architectural purposes. Construction Management Grade Level: Credit: 1.0 Students gain knowledge and skills specific to those needed to enter the work force as carpenters or building maintenance supervisors or build a foundation toward a postsecondary degree in architecture, construction science, drafting, or engineering. Construction Management includes the knowledge of the design techniques and tools related to the management of architectural and engineering projects. Advanced Architectural Design Grade Level: Credit: 2.0 Students gain advanced knowledge and skills to enter a career in architecture and construction or to prepare a foundation toward a postsecondary degree in architecture, construction science, drafting, interior design, and landscape architecture. Advanced Architectural design includes the advanced knowledge of the design, design history, techniques, and tools related to the production of drawings, renderings, and scaled models for commercial or residential architectural purposes. Advanced Construction Management Grade Level: Credit: 2.0 In Advanced Construction Management students will continue to build knowledge and skills needed to enter the workforce as carpenters or building maintenance supervisors or build a foundation toward a postsecondary degree in architecture, construction science, drafting, or engineering. Advanced Construction Management includes the knowledge of the design, techniques, and tools related to the management of architectural and engineering projects.

10 Mill and Cabinet Making Grade Level: 12 Credit: 2.0 Students gain knowledge and skills specific to those needed to enter the work force. The student may also apply these skills to professions in carpentry or building maintenance supervision or use the skills as a foundation for a postsecondary degree in construction management, architecture, or engineering. Students acquire knowledge and skills in cabinet design, tool usage, jointing methods, finishes, and numerical and computer control production methods. (Lab fees and supplies may be required Practicum in Architectural Design Grade Level: 12 Credit: 2.0 This course is an occupationally specific course designed to provide technical instruction in architectural design. Safety and career opportunities are included in addition to work ethics and architectural design study.

11 5) BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY ARTS, A/V TECHNOLOGY, AND COMMUNICATIONS Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications Professional Communication Audio/Video Production**** Fashion Design Commercial Photography Animation Graphic Design & Illustration **** Advanced Audio/Video Production**** 2.0 Credits State pre-req: Advanced Fashion Design 2.0 Credits State pre-req: Advanced Commercial Photography 2.0 Credits State pre-req: Advanced Animation 2.0 Credits State pre-req: Advanced Graphic Design & Illustration **** 2.0 Credits State pre-req: Practicum in Audio/Video Production 2.0 Credits State pre-req: Practicum in Fashion Design 2.0 Credits State pre-req: Practicum in Graphic Design & Illustration 2.0 Credits State pre-req: , , or CERTIFICATIONS: Adobe Fashion, Textiles, and Apparel Adobe, Photoshop, 3-D Studio Max Comp. Assessmt/ Cert. **** Possible Dual Credit - Blinn

12 Principles of Arts, A/V, Technology and Communications Grade Level: 9 Credit: 0.5 Students will be expected to develop an understanding of the various and multifaceted career opportunities in this cluster and the knowledge, skills, and educational requirements for those opportunities. Students will learn about animation, photography, graphic design and illustration, fashion design, and audio video production. Professional Communications Grade Level: 9-12 Credit: 0.5 This high school speech course is designed to provide opportunities for students to understand and develop effective interpersonal communication skills for the 21st Century. Professional Communications blends written, oral, and graphic communication into a career-based, business environment. Students will prepare, present, and evaluate a variety of multi-media presentations that are appropriate for the professional setting. Audio/Video Production Grade Level: Credit: 1.0 Audio/Video Production is a course designed to provide training for entry level employment in the radio, television, and film industries. This course is designed to teach students the pre-production, production, and post-production phases, as well as nonlinear editing using Adobe software. Fashion Design Grade Level: Credit 1.0 Students will develop an understanding of fashion, textile and apparel industries. They will design apparel products using principles of effective design: body types, clothing silhouettes, and fabric selection. They will use basic tools and techniques for fashion drawing, draping, and flat pattern methods for fitting a garment. Identifying characteristics of quality apparel construction as a basis for consumer decision making is included.

13 Graphic Design and Illustration Grade Level: Credit 1.0 A course for creative and artistic students, this course will appeal to students who enjoy designing and creating projects that communicate visually. The course is a creative study of the art of visual communications and advertising through creativity, illustration, design, analysis, approach, and technical skills. Students will improve communication skills by learning to communicate visually, defend/ describe their work, interview clients, present complicated layouts, and develop electronic and print portfolios. Possible certifications include Adobe Certified Associate I Photoshop. Animation Grade Level: Credit: 1.0 Students will study several aspects of the animation industry. Topics will include the history and development of the industry, to current trends and techniques. Students will create 2D and 3D animations using current industry software, such as Adobe Flash, 3D Studio Max, Maya, and Bryce. The student will create 2D animations for use in games, websites, industry control panels, company logos, advertising, and local current business applications. For 3D imaging, students will learn the basics of modeling, applying materials, and key-frame animation. Possible certification includes Autodesk Studio 3-D Max. Commercial Photography Grade Level: Credit: 1.0 For the shutterbugs! For students who love to take pictures but want to take it to the next level -- commercial photography covers everything from setting up a shot to delivering the finished product. Students will develop knowledge of different types of cameras and lenses and their applications to photography. They will also develop the knowledge and skills necessary to analyze customer needs and preferences, apply the principles of art to photography, and develop photographs using a variety of production processes. Advanced Audio/Video Production Grade Level: Required Pre-requisite: AV Production Credit: 2.0 Advanced Audio/Video Production is a course designed for students to continue learning all three phases of the production process as well as using nonlinear editing such as Adobe software. This course is project based. Students write, storyboard, video tape, and edit their advanced projects.

14 Advanced Fashion Design Grade Level: Required Pre-requisite: Fashion Design Credit: 2.0 Students will develop their design portfolio of fashion drawings. They will develop an advanced technical understanding of fashion with emphasis on design and production. Students will analyze international design influences and trends and the planning production of garments. Advanced Graphic Design and Illustration Grade Level: Required Pre-requisite: Graphic Design and Illustration Credit: 2.0 Advanced Graphic Design and Illustration will be a more in-depth study of illustration and visual communication with demonstrated ability to create, illustrate and communicate complicated ideas or designs with regards to technique and layout skills. Advanced students will be involved in projects for real world situations and clients. Possible certifications include Adobe Certified Associate I Photoshop. Advanced Animation Grade Level: Required Pre-requisite: Animation Credit: 2.0 Careers in animation span all aspects of motion graphics. Students will be expected to create two- and three-dimensional animations. Students will use computers to model, light, surface texture, animate, camera shoot, and render characteristics and projects as directed by the instructor. The instruction also assists students seeking careers in the animation industry. Possible certifications include Autodesk Studio 3-D Max. Advanced Commercial Photography Grade Level: Required Pre-requisite: Commercial Photography Credit: 2.0 Advanced Commercial Photography develops advanced skills and knowledge in commercial photography projects. Students' knowledge will increase in creating photographs for defined purposes, applying elements and principles of design to projects, choosing appropriate camera equipment for projects, and selecting appropriate production processes for the finished product.

15 Practicum in Audio/Video Production Grade Level: 12 Required Pre-requisite: Advanced Audio/Video Production Credit: 2.0 Careers in audio and video technology and film production span all aspects of the audio/video communications industry. Within this context, in addition to developing advanced technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications career cluster, students will be expected to develop an increasing understanding of the industry with a focus on applying pre-production, production, and post-production audio and video activities in a studio environment. This course may be implemented in an advanced audio, video, or animation format. Instruction may be delivered through lab-based classroom experiences. Practicum in Fashion Design Grade Level: 12 Required Pre-requisite: Advanced Fashion Design Credit: 2.0 Careers in fashion span all aspects of the textile and apparel industries. Within this context, in addition to developing advanced technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications career cluster, students will be expected to develop an advanced technical understanding of the business aspects of fashion, with emphasis on promotion and retailing. Instruction may be delivered through lab-based classroom experiences. Practicum in Graphic Design & Illustration Grade Level: 12 Required Pre-requisite: Adv Graphic Design, Adv Animation, or Adv Photo Credit: 2.0 Careers in graphic design and illustration span all aspects of the advertising and visual communications industry. Within this context, in addition to developing technical knowledge and skills needed for success in the Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications career cluster, students will be expected to develop a technical understanding of the industry with a focus on skill proficiency. Instruction may be delivered through labbased classroom experience.

16 BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY BUSINESS AND FINANCE Principles of Business, Marketing, and Finance Professional Communication Business Information Management I **** Accounting I **** Business Information Management II **** State pre-requisite: I Accounting II State pre-requisite: Practicum in Business Information Management Practicum in Accounting CERTIFICATIONS: Microsoft Office Specialist Quickbooks **** Possible Dual Credit - Blinn

17 Principles of Business, Marketing, and Finance Grade Level: 9 Credit: 0.5 In Principles of Business, Marketing, and Finance, students gain knowledge and skills in economics and private enterprise systems, the impact of global business, marketing of goods and services, advertising, and product pricing. Students analyze the sales process and financial management principles. This course allows students to reinforce, apply and transfer academic knowledge and skills to a variety of interesting and relevant activities, problems and settings in business, marketing, and finance. Business Information Management I Grade Level: Credit: 1.0 This course contains essential skills for college and workforce readiness. Students will learn the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access) and its application to secondary education, and the workplace. Students apply technical skills to create word-processing documents, develop spreadsheets, formulate databases, and make an electronic presentation using appropriate software. Accounting I Grade Level: Credit: 1.0 Students will explore the field of accounting, as well as the economic, financial, technological, international, social, legal, and ethical issues related to the maintenance of financial records. Students will record, classify, summarize and analyze accounting information in order to communicate it effectively to others. Students will learn to formulate and interpret financial information used in management decision making. Students will learn these processes both on paper and electronically. Accounting II Grade Level: Required Pre-requisite: Accounting I Credit: 1.0 Students continue to explore the field of accounting. Students will include industry standards and the impact of economic, financial, technological, social, legal and ethical issues on the field. Students will integrate and interpret managerial and cost accounting information as it would relate to managerial decision making. Electronic methods to convey financial information would be employed.

18 Business Information Management II Grade Level: Required Pre-requisite: Business Information Management I Credit: 1.0 Business Information Management (BIM II) includes implementation of Microsoft Office in an advanced setting utilizing word processing, manipulation of spreadsheet data, use of charts and graphs to analyze business solutions, construction and design of database records. Students will also show an advanced degree of skill in the design and presentation of PowerPoint coupled with integration of sounds, pictures and/or video. Students will be able to create newsletters, brochures, forms and other desktop publications with project oriented individual and group activities. Possible certification would include Microsoft Office Specialist. Practicum in Accounting Grade Level: 12 Credit: 2.0 Practicum is designed to give students supervised practical application of previously studied knowledge and skills. Students apply technical skills to address business applications of emerging technologies. Students develop a foundation in the economical, financial, technological, international, social, and ethical aspects of business to become competent consumers, employees, and entrepreneurs. This course finalizes skills in preparing students for the Quickbooks certification exam. Practicum in Business Information Management Grade Level: 12 Credit: 2.0 Practicum is designed to give students supervised practical application of previously studied knowledge and skills. Students apply technical skills to address business applications of emerging technologies. Students develop a foundation in the economical, financial, technological, international, social, and ethical aspects of business to become competent consumers, employees, and entrepreneurs. Students enhance reading, writing, computing, communication, and reasoning skills and apply them to the business environment. Students incorporate a broad base of knowledge that includes the legal, managerial, marketing, financial, ethical, and international dimensions of business to make appropriate business decisions. This course finalizes skills in preparing students for the Microsoft Office Specialist certification exam.

19 PUBLIC SERVICES EDUCATION AND TRAINING Principles of Education & Training Professional Communications Child Development **** Child Guidance **** s Instructional Practices in Education & Training 2.0 Credits CERTIFICATIONS: Child Development Associate, Certified Teaching Assistant **** Possible Dual Credit - Blinn

20 Principles of Education and Training Grade Level: 9 Credit: 0.5 Principles of Education and Training is designed to introduce learners to various careers available within the education and training career clusters. Students use self-knowledge and educational and career information to analyze various careers within the education and training career cluster. Students will also gain an understanding of the basic knowledge and skills essential to careers within the education and training career cluster. Child Development Grade Level: Credit: 1.0 This technical laboratory course addresses knowledge and skills related to child growth and development from prenatal through school-age children, equipping students with child development skills. Students use these skills to promote the well-being and healthy development of children and investigate careers related to the care and education of children Child Guidance Grade Level: Credit: 1.0 Child Guidance focuses on knowledge and skills related to child growth and guidance to help students develop positive relationships with children and learn effective caregiver skills. This technical laboratory course provides an opportunity for students to promote the well-being and healthy development of children, strengthen a culturally diverse society, and pursue careers related to the care, guidance, and education of children, including those with special needs Instructional Practices in Education and Training Grade Level: 12 Credit: 2.0 Students work under the joint direction and supervision of the elementary/middle school teacher and the high school instructor. Students learn to plan and direct individualized instruction and group activities, prepare instructional materials, develop activities for educational environments and complete responsibilities of teachers in general.

21 PUBLIC SERVICES HAMMOND OLIVER ACADEMY FOR HEALTH SCIENCE Medical Terminology Take at Home Campus Professional Communications Take at Home Campus Principles of Health Science Take at Home Campus Health Science and Anatomy & Physiology* 2.0 Credits Take at Hammond Oliver Academy State Pre-Requisite: Prin. of Health Science, Biology, Chemistry Practicum in Health Science **** and Medical Microbiology* 2.0 Credits Take at Hammond Oliver Academy State Pre-Requisite: Prin. of Health Science, Health Science, Biology CERTIFICATIONS: CPR, First Aid, AED, National Health Certifying Exam *Course approved as Science Credit **** Possible Dual Credit -Blinn

22 Medical Terminology Grade Level: 9 Credit: 0.5 Students are introduced to the structure of medical terms, including prefixes, suffixes, word roots, singular and plural forms, and medical abbreviations; enables students to build a comprehension of medical vocabulary appropriate to medical procedures, as well as related science courses. Principles of Health Science Grade Level: 10 Credit: 1.0 Students are introduced to systems within the health care industry as well as professional skills, traits and abilities necessary to be informed consumers and potential employees in health careers. Students will be exposed to clinical and laboratory experiences to begin a transition into patient care areas. Anatomy & Physiology Grade Placement: 11 Credit: 1.0 This is a preparatory course for students with an interest in pursuing a career in a health-related field. The course will provide a detailed exploration of the structures and functions of the various organ systems of the human body. In addition, this laboratory-oriented course will include research on current topics in the health science fields and investigations of related employment. Successful completion of this course fulfills the 3rd Science graduation requirement. Health Science Grade Level: 11 Credit: 2.0 Health Science is a course designed to introduce students to the wide breadth of opportunities in health care. The course utilizes various classroom and community experiences including simulations, lectures, field trips, guest speakers, health care facility tours and job shadowing. Health Science will also include a comprehensive Medical Terminology course. The student will have an opportunity to take the National Health Foundation Skills certification examination. Students can receive certification in CPR, AED, and First Aid..

23 Practicum in Health Science Grade Level: 12 Credit: 2.0 Practicum in Health Science is an occupationally specific course designed to provide exposure to knowledge and skills necessary for an allied health career. Students develop advanced clinical and interpersonal skills necessary for employment in the health care industry. This course is taught by a variety of methods including classroom lecture, laboratory practice, and real-world practice. Medical Microbiology Grade Level: 12 Credit: 1.0 This laboratory-oriented course will explore the microbial world through topics such as indentifying pathogenic and non-pathogenic microorganisms, identifying drug resistant organisms and emerging diseases, and developing appropriate laboratory techniques and procedures for scientific investigation. Successful completion of this course fulfills the 4th Science graduation requirement.

24 BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM Principles of Hospitality and Tourism Professional Communication Students must have earned at least 12 credits and passed Principles of Hospitality and Tourism to take Practicum in Hospitality Services. Students needing courses other than junior and senior level core courses may not be able to complete the 2 year sequence of Hospitality Services Practicum. No pathway courses for sophomore year Practicum I in Hospitality Services 3.0 Credits Lifetime Nutrition Restaurant Management / / Culinary Arts 2.0 Credits Pre-Requisite: ServSafe Certification Practicum II in Hospitality Services 3.0 Credits Practicum in Culinary Arts 2.0 Credits CERTIFICATIONS: Cert. Hospitality ServSafe Certification Mgmt. Professional

25 Principles of Hospitality and Tourism Grade Level: 9 Credit: 0.5 The hospitality and tourism industry encompasses lodging; travel and tourism, recreation, amusements, attractions, and resorts, and restaurants and food beverage service. The hospitality and tourism industry maintains the largest national employment base in the private sector. Students use knowledge and skills that meet industry standards to function effectively in various positions within this multifaceted industry. Lifetime Nutrition and Wellness Credit: 0.5 Grade Level: This course allows students to use principles of lifetime wellness and nutrition to help them make informed choices that promote wellness as well as pursue careers related to hospitality and human service occupations. Restaurant Management Grade Level: Credit: 0.5 Students will learn the principles of planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling the management of a variety of food service operations, including the logistics of operating a well-run restaurant. The ServSafe certification will be earned during this course. Students will complete ServSafe certification requirements in this course. Practicum I in Hospitality Services Grade Level: Pre-requisite: earned 12 credits, including Fine Arts, LOTE, PE, Professional Credit: 3.0 Communications, and Principles of Hospitality & Tourism Students will develop the skills needed to excel in careers in hotel management. Skills covered include: communications and guest services, hotel ownership types, security, ethics, forecasting, housekeeping, food service, and travel and tourism. Culinary Arts Grade Level: Pre-requisite: ServSafe Certification Credit: 2.0 This is an introductory course into the professional world of food production. The student will have the opportunity to explore many facets of the food service industry. There is a nationally recognized certification that accompanies this course and once completed the learner will focus on basic food preparation skills. There will be practical experiences to accompany the course work through the various catering opportunities that are offered to our students..

26 Practicum II in Hospitality Services Grade Level: 12 Pre-requisite: successful completion of Practicum in Hospitality Services I Credit: 3.0 This course is taught by a variety of methods including but not limited to classroom instruction, laboratory practice and internship. The student will expand upon the basic skills that they developed in Hospitality Services. Students will have the opportunity to work with local industry professionals. Practicum in Culinary Arts Grade Level: 12 Pre-requisite: successful completion of Culinary I Credit: 2.0 The student will expand upon the basic skills that they developed in culinary arts, through more in depth baking as well as exploring international cuisines. They will take on the role of leadership through the weekly café experiences and during the catered events, thus developing their managerial skills in professional restaurant management and culinary careers..

27 PUBLIC SERVICES HUMAN SERVICES Complete the PE and / or Fine Arts requirements. Start Language Other Than English, if not started in middle school. Intro to Bryan HS Professional Communications Students must have earned at least 12 credits, passed Intro. to Cosmetology with a minimum grade of 80, and earned a minimum of 75 TDLR clock hours to be eligible to enroll in Cosmetology I. Students needing courses other than junior and senior level core courses may not be able to complete the 2 year sequence of Cosmetology courses. Cosmetology Bryan HS and Problems & Solutions I 3.0 Credits Pre-Requisite: Intro. to Cosmetology with grade of 80+ and 75 TDLR hours Cosmetology Bryan HS and Problems & Solutions II 3.0 Credits 1.0 credit State pre-requisite: Cosmetology I If the number of students eligible to enroll in Cosmetology I exceeds the state regulated limit of 25 students, a lottery system will be used to determine who will be enrolled in the Cosmetology I class. CERTIFICATIONS: State of Texas Cosmetologist

28 Introduction to Cosmetology Grade Level: 10 Credit: 0.5 This exploratory course is required for students who are interested in a career in cosmetology. It also assists students who have an interest, but are unsure this is the career path they wish to follow. Learners explore areas such as bacteriology, sterilization and sanitation, hair styling, manicuring, shampooing, as well as the principles of hair cutting, hair coloring, skin care, and facial makeup. Connected to this is the study of careers in the personal care services industry. To be successful in this profession, students should possess skills/aptitudes relative to the industry, as well as academic knowledge and motivation. Attendance is critical to the earning of the required 1000 clock hours of High School supervised classroom instruction and demonstration needed before students qualify to take the state board test for licensing. Students in this course may begin to earn clock hours toward state licensing requirements. Lab/kit/uniform fees and/or supplies may be required. Cosmetology I Grade Level: 11 Pre-requisite: Intro. to Cosmetology, grade of 80+, 75+ TDLR clock hours; 12 HS credits, Credit: 3.0 including Fine Arts, LOTE, PE, and Professional Communications Students review academic knowledge and skills related to cosmetology. This course is designed to provide advanced training for employment in cosmetology careers. Instruction includes advanced training in sterilization and sanitation processes, hair care, nail care, and skin care and meets the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation requirements for licensure upon passing the state examination. Students apply, combine, and justify knowledge and skills to a variety of settings and problems. Lab/kit/uniform fees and/or supplies may be required. Problems and Solutions in Cosmetology I Grade Level: 11 Pre-requisite: Co-enrollment in Cosmetology I Credit: 1.0 Students are required to submit a formal project plan. The plan should specify the additional concepts and/or technologies that will be studied and utilized, along with an overview of the culminating project. Hours earned will be applied towards the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation requirements for licensing

29 Cosmetology II Grade Level: 12 Required Pre-requisite: Cosmetology I Credit: 3.0 Students review academic knowledge and skills related to cosmetology. This course is designed to provide advanced training for employment in cosmetology careers. Instruction includes advanced training in sterilization and sanitation processes, hair care, nail care, and skin care and meets the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation requirements for licensure upon passing the state examination. Students apply, combine, and justify knowledge and skills to a variety of settings and problems. Lab/kit/uniform fees and/or supplies may be required. Problems and Solutions in Cosmetology II Grade Level: 12 Pre-requisite: Co-enrollment in Cosmetology II Credit: 1.0 Students are required to submit a formal project plan. The plan should specify the additional concepts and/or technologies that will be studied and utilized, along with an overview of the culminating project. Hours earned will be applied towards the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation requirements for licensing..

30 BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Principles of Information Technology Professional Communication Computer Programming Advanced Computer Programming 2.0 Credits Research in Information Technology Solutions 2.0 Credits State pre-requisite: 2 IT courses

31 Principles of Information Technology Grade Level: 9 Credit: 0.5 Principles of IT is a preparatory course in using computers. Students will examine the ethical and legal use of application software on computers as well as the function of computer hardware. Students will learn to prepare software based presentations, documents and spreadsheets using Google Docs in addition to the use of database applications such as Microsoft Access and MySQL. Students will also learn the basics of web development, networking and computer programming. Students will learn to improve their typing skills, select appropriate technology, set professional goals and develop a resume as well as job interviewing skills. Strong math and reading skills are necessary. Computer Programming Grade Level: Credit: 1.0 Computer Programming is a first level programming course in Java. Students learn the basics of creating apps. Techniques learned in the class may be applied to developing web applications, mobile apps or desktop apps ranging from productivity programs to video games Advanced Computer Programming Grade Level: Credit: 2.0 Advanced Computer Programming covers the design and development of commercial software. Students investigate the design and development techniques used by professional programmers to create business applications and/or video games. Students create a portfolio of work during the course and investigate employment opportunities in Software Engineering, Computer Programming, Web Application Development and Video Game Design. Students who complete this course will be prepared for and strongly encouraged to investigate internships in software development as well as certifications in software development. The programming language used is Java. Research in Information Technology Solutions Grade Level: 12 Required Pre-requisite: 2 IT courses Credit: 2.0 Students will examine specific topics in Computer Programming selected by the student and approved by the instructor. Example topics might include: Video Game Design, Web Application Development, Artificial Intelligence Systems, Interactive Graphics Applications.

32 PUBLIC SERVICES LAW, PUBLIC SAFETY, CORRECTIONS, AND SECURITY Principles of Law, Public Safety, Corrections, & Security Professional Communication Law Enforcement I **** Law Enforcement II **** Forensic Science * State pre-req: Bio, Chem CERTIFICATIONS: Basic County Corrections FEMA Incident Command Systems *Course approved for 4 th Science Credit *** Possible Dual Credit - Blinn

33 Principles of Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security Grade Level: 09 Credit: 0.5 This course will cover the various careers in law, public safety, corrections, and securities. This includes law enforcement, security, corrections, fire, emergency management, and the legal field. Students examine specific opportunities in local, county, state, and federal and private industry. It also includes an overview of philosophical, ethical, and educational considerations and requirements in pursing such careers.. Law Enforcement I Credit: 1.0 Grade Level: This course includes the role of constitutional law, the United States legal system, criminal law, law enforcement terminology, and the classification and elements of crime. Law Enforcement I is an overview of the history, organization, and functions of local, state, and federal law enforcement. Students will learn the basics of criminal scene investigations. Junior and Seniors taking this course may earn Technical Dual Credit at Blinn College. Law Enforcement II Grade Level: Credit: 1.0 Law Enforcement II includes knowledge of and preparation for postsecondary education and training or employment in the law enforcement in the law enforcement field in the areas of forensic science, communications, law enforcement and investigations. These rules, regulations, laws, and techniques that assist the law enforcement professional are applied through the use of a variety of tools and techniques. Junior and Seniors taking this course may earn Technical Dual Credit at Blinn College. Forensic Science Grade Level: 12 Required Pre-requisite: successful completion of Biology and Chemistry Credit: 1.0 Forensic Science is a course that uses a structured and scientific approach to the investigation of crime of assault, abuse, and neglect, domestic violence, accidental death, homicide and psychology of criminal behavior. Students will learn terminology and investigative procedures related to crime scene, questioning interviewing, criminal behavior characteristics, truth detection and scientific procedures used to solve crimes. Successful completion of this course fulfills the 4 th Science graduation requirement.

34 BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY MANUFACTURING Principles of Manufacturing (8 th grade) Welding **** Professional Communication Advanced Welding **** 2.0 Credits Practicum in Manufacturing **** 2.0 Credits Practicum in Manufacturing II **** 2.0 Credits Need number CERTIFICATIONS: NCCER, OSHA 10, AWS **** Possible Dual Credit - Blinn

35 Principles of Manufacturing Grade Level: 8 Credit: 1.0 In Principles of Manufacturing, students learn skills in the design, production, and testing of products, that can be made from raw materials. Manufacturing design, production and systems are studied as well as the effects of manufacturing production in order to prepare students for success in the modern world. Students will also gain an understanding of career opportunities available in manufacturing and what employers require in order to gain and maintain jobs in these careers. Lab fees and/or supplies may be required. Welding Grade Level: 9-11 Credit: 1.0 This course is an entry level technical welding course. The course is designed for the beginner with little or no welding experience who is interested in pursuing a course of study that can lead to an American Welding Society entry level certification. Topics include oxy-fuel welding, shielded metal arc welding, and gas metal arc welding. Dual credit may be available for juniors. Lab fees and/or supplies may be required. Advanced Welding Grade Level: Credit: 2.0 This advanced level Career and Technical course is for students interested in welding as a career. Advanced Welding builds on knowledge and skills developed in the previous welding course. Training for employment with advance-level skills in welding trades will be emphasized. Instruction follows an industry-standard curriculum, and students certifications are listed in a national registry upon successful completion. Oxyfuel welding and cutting, plasma arc cutting, shielded metal arc welding, gas metal arc welding, flux cored arc welding, and gas tungsten arc welding will be covered. Hand and power tools, welding on various types of metals, reading blueprint welding symbols, metal characteristics, and equipment setup are other areas that students master. Safety, leadership, entrepreneurship, and career opportunities are included. Dual credit may be available for juniors and seniors. Lab fees and/or supplies may be required. Practicum in Manufacturing I Grade Level: Credit: 2.0 The practicum is designed to give students supervised practical application of previously acquired knowledge and skills. Practicum experiences can occur in a variety of locations appropriate to the nature and level of experience. Lab fees and/or supplies may be required. Practicum in Manufacturing II Grade Level: 12 Credit: 2.0 The practicum is designed to give students supervised practical application of previously acquired knowledge and skills. Practicum experiences can occur in a variety of locations appropriate to the nature and level of experience. Lab fees and/or supplies may be required.

36 STEM SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, AND MATHEMATICS Concepts of Engineering and Technology Professional Communications Engineering Design & Presentation Advanced Engineering Design & Presentation 2.0 Credits State pre-requisite: Engineering Design & Presentation Engineering Problems & Solutions Credit Pre-requisite: Adv Engineering Design & Presentation CERTIFICATIONS: AutoDesk *Course approved for 4 th Science Credit

37 Concepts of Engineering and Technology Grade Level: 9 Credit: 0.5 Concepts of Engineering and Technology provide an overview of the various fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics and their interrelationships. Students will use a variety of computer hardware and software applications to complete assignments and projects. Upon completing this course, students will have an understanding of the various fields and will be able to make informed decisions regarding a coherent sequence of subsequent courses. Lab fees and/or supplies may be required. Engineering Design and Presentation Grade Level: Credit: 1.0 Students will demonstrate knowledge and skills of the process of design as it applies to engineering fields using multiple software applications and tools necessary to produce and present working drawings, solid model renderings, and prototypes. Students will use a variety of computer hardware and software applications to complete assignments and projects. Lab fees and/or supplies may be required. Advanced Engineering Design and Presentation Credit: 2.0 Grade Level: Required Pre-requisite: Engineering Design and Presentation This course will provide students the opportunity to master computer software applications in a variety of engineering and technical fields. This course further develops the process of engineering thought and application of the design process. Lab fees and/or supplies may be required. Engineering Problem and Solutions Grade Level: 12 Pre-Requisite: Advanced Engineering Design Credit: 1.0 This course reinforces and integrates skills learned in previous Engineering Design course. This course emphasizes solving problems, moving from well defined toward more open ended, with real-world application. Students apply critical-thinking skills to justify a solution from multiple design options. Additionally, the course promotes interest in and understanding of career opportunities in engineering.. A student designed project plan must be completed, with project presented in a formal presentation setting.

38 BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY TRANSPORTATION, DISTRIBUTION, AND LOGISTICS Professional Communication Students must have earned at least 12 credits, passed Energy, Power & Transportation to be eligible to enroll in Automotive Technology I. Students needing courses other than junior and senior level core courses may not be able to complete the 2 year sequence of Automotive Technology courses. Energy, Power, and Transportation Systems Automotive Technology 2.0 Credits Advanced Automotive Technology 3.0 Credits CERTIFICATIONS: NATEF

39 Energy, Power, and Transportation Systems Grade Level: 10 Credit: 0.5 The businesses and industries of the Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics cluster are rapidly expanding to provide new career opportunities. Students will need to understand the interaction between various vehicle systems, the logistics used to move goods and services to consumers, and the components of transportation infrastructure. Performance requirements will include academic and technical skills. Students prepared to meet the expectations of employers in this industry must be able to interact and relate to others and understand the technologies used in order to provide products and services in a timely manner. The increasing demand for employees will provide growth potential. Lab fees and/or supplies may be required. Automotive Technology Grade Level: Pre-requisite: passed Energy, Power & Transportation; 12 HS credits, including Fine Arts, LOTE, PE, and Professional Communications Credit: 2.0 In Automotive Technology, students gain knowledge and skills in the repair, maintenance, and diagnosis of motor vehicles. This study allows students to reinforce, apply, and transfer academic knowledge and skills to a variety of interesting and relevant activities, problems and settings. The National Automotive Technician Education Foundation (NATEF) standards are the basis of the course curriculum. Lab fees and/or supplies may be required. Advanced Automotive Technology Grade Level: 12 Credit: 3.0 In Advanced Automotive Technology, students gain knowledge and skills in the repair, maintenance, and diagnosis of motor vehicles. This study allows students to reinforce, apply, and transfer academic knowledge and skills to a variety of interesting and relevant activities, problems, and settings. Students will also learn the safety procedures, uses, and care of major shop equipment and tools. Lab fees and/or supplies may be required.

40 Texas Education Agency Division of Career and Technical Education Public Notification of Non Discrimination in Career and Technical Education Programs Bryan Independent School District offers career and technical education programs of study in Business and Industry, Public Services, and STEM. Admission to these programs is based on student interest and student aptitude, age appropriateness, and class availability It is the policy of Bryan Independent School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex or handicap in its vocational programs, services or activities as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended. It is the policy of Bryan Independent School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, handicap, or age in its employment practices as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as amended; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended. mariv Bryan Independent School District will take steps to assure that lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in all educational and vocational programs. For information about your rights or grievance procedures, contact the Title IX Coordinators, Carol Cune, 101 N. Texas Avenue, Bryan, TX 77803, ; Ronnie O Neal, 101 N. Texas Avenue, Bryan, TX 77803, ; and/or the Section 504 Coordinator, Dr. Timothy Rocka, 101 N. Texas Avenue, Bryan, TX 77803, Notificación Publica de No Discriminación en Programas Vocacionales (Careé and Técnica Educación Programas) El Distrito Escolar Independiente de Bryan ofrece programas de educación técnica y profesional de estudio en Negocios e Industria, Servicios Públicos y STEM. La admisión a estos programas se basa en los intereses del estudiante, la aptitud, la edad apropiada, y la destreza para desarrollarse en las carreras. Es norma de Bryan Independent School District no discriminar por motivos de raza, color, origen nacional, sexo o impedimento, en sus programas, servicios o actividades vocacionales, tal como lo requieren el Título VI de la Ley de Derechos Civiles de 1964, según enmienda; el Título IX de las Enmiendas en la Educación, de 1972, y la Sección 504 de la Ley de Rehabilitación de 1973, según enmienda. Es norma de Bryan Independent School District no discriminar por motivos de raza, color, origen nacional, sexo, impedimento o edad, en sus procedimientos de empleo, tal como lo requieren el Título VI de la Ley de Derechos Civiles de 1964, según enmienda; el Título IX de las Enmiendas en la Educación, de 1972, la ley de Discriminación por Edad, de 1975, según enmienda, y la Sección 504 de la Ley de Rehabilitación de 1973, según enmienda. Bryan Independent School District tomará las medidas necesarias para asegurar que la falta de habilidad en el uso del inglés no sea un obstáculo para la admisión y participación en todos los programas educativos y vocacionales. Para información sobre sus derechos o procedimientos para quejas, comuníquese con el Coordinador del Título IX, Carol Cune, 101 N. Texas Avenue, Bryan, TX 77803, ; Ronnie O Neal, 101 N. Texas Avenue, Bryan, TX 77803, ; y/o el Coordinador de la Sección 504; Dr. Timothy Rocka, 101 N. Texas Avenue, Bryan, TX 77803,

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