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1 Career and Technical Education Gold Seal FLORIDA GOLD SEAL VOCATIONAL SCHOLARS AWARD The Florida Gold Seal Vocational Scholars Award is one of three Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program awards. The Florida Gold Seal Vocational Scholars award recognizes high achieving high school graduates and provides expanded opportunities for Florida s top career and technical students to acquire a postsecondary education. A Florida Gold Seal Vocational Scholar is eligible for an award equal to the amount required to pay 75 percent of tuition and fees if enrolled in program of study in Career Education Programs. Technical Degree Education includes: Associate of Science degrees (AS), Associate of Applied Science degrees (AAS), and College Credit Certificates (CCC). Career Certificates or Diplomas (also referred to as Postsecondary Adult Vocational/PSAV) include Career Certificates and Applied Technology Diplomas (ATD). To be eligible for a renewal award as a Florida Gold Seal Vocational Scholar, a student must maintain the equivalent of a cumulative grade point average of 2.75 on a 4.0 scale An award may be made to a student who: Completes a minimum of three (3) Career and Technical Education Job-Preparatory or Technology Education credits in one career and technical education program. Earns a cumulative weighted grade point average of at least 3.0 using the 16 core credits required for a standard high school diploma 2012 and future graduates must earn four (4) credits of mathematics and no life management skills for a total of 16 credits. Earns an unweighted grade point average of at least 3.5/4.0 in a minimum of three (3) career and technical education credits in one career and technical education program. Contact your guidance counselor, BRACE advisor, or Career and Technical Education (CTE) teacher for more information. Initial Eligibility Requirements to Receive Funding The student will: Be a Florida resident and a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen. A student s residency and citizenship status are determined by the postsecondary institution. Questions regarding such status should be directed to the financial aid office or admissions office of the institution the student plans to attend. Not owe a repayment or be in default under any state or federal grant, loan, or scholarship program unless satisfactory arrangements to repay have been made. Meet specific coursework and minimum grade point average (GPA) and test score requirements which are outlined on the Office of Student Financial Assistance (OSFA) website

2 Career and Technical Education Architecture & Construction Courses For up-to-date Bright Futures and State University System course eligibility information, go to: For up-to-date NCAA Clearinghouse course eligibility information, go to: The first seven digits of any course number listed below are determined by the Florida Department of Education. The 8 th digit of any course number listed below is issued only by BCPS to meet the scheduling needs of our district. Program Title: Drafting/Illustrative Design Technology Program Number: Credit: 3.00 Grade Level: 9-12 The purpose of this program is to provide students with a foundation of knowledge and technically oriented experiences in the study of drafting and design technology. This program focuses on transferable skills and stresses understanding and demonstration of the technological tools, machines, instruments, materials, processes and systems in business and industry. The content includes, but is not limited to, a study of the purposes, instruments, processes, and technical skills of drafting technology. The content and activities will also include the study of entrepreneurship, safety, and leadership skills. Content area literacy has been embedded into the frameworks to ensure that literacy instruction is shared across the disciplines through enhanced reading, comprehension and evaluation skills. Students are expected to read and write with competency within this CTE program by teachers providing these experiences with rigor. Common Core State Standards are used to ensure the level of this CTE program coincides with what students need for future employment, including adaptive communications skills.. Students demonstrate deep conceptual understanding of core math concepts by solving short conceptual problems and applying math in new circumstances. Students are expected to apply appropriate math concepts while solving real world challenges. This CTE program provides opportunities for students to apply these math concepts in a variety of situations.

3 Course Title: Drafting/Illustrative Design Technology I Course Number: Grade Level: 9-12 This is the first of three courses and is designed to provide students with skills in lettering, freehand sketching, orthographic projection, dimensioning, geometric construction, pictorial drawing using drafting instruments and materials. PRE REQUISITE: None CO REQUISITES: Drafting/Illustrative Design 2 and 3 SPECIAL NOTE: BF/Gold Seal only Graduation Requirement Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment

4 Course Title: Drafting/Illustrative Design Technology II Course Number: Grade Level: 9-12 This is the second of three courses designed to provide students with skills technical illustration and/or architectural drawing, engineering drawing and computer assisted drafting. PRE REQUISITE: None CO REQUISITES: Drafting/Illustrative Design 1 and 3 SPECIAL NOTE: BF/Gold Seal only Graduation Requirement Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment

5 Course Title: Drafting/Illustrative Design Technology III Course Number: Grade Level: 9-12 This is the third of three courses designed to provide for advanced individual study related to drafting, utilizing skills from Drafting/Illustrative Design Technology I and Drafting/Illustrative Design Technology II. PRE REQUISITE: None CO REQUISITES: Drafting/Illustrative Design 1 and 2 SPECIAL NOTE: BF/Gold Seal only Graduation Requirement Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment

6 Career and Technical Education Business, Management & Administration Courses For up-to-date Bright Futures and State University System course eligibility information, go to: For up-to-date NCAA Clearinghouse course eligibility information, go to: The first seven digits of any course number listed below are determined by the Florida Department of Education. The 8 th digit of any course number listed below is issued only by BCPS to meet the scheduling needs of our district. Course Title: Accounting Applications 1 (Honors) Course Number: Grade Level: This course emphasizes double-entry accounting; methods and principles of recording business transactions; the preparation of various documents used in recording income, expenses, acquisition of assets, incurrence of liabilities, and changes in equity; and the preparation of financial statements. Automated accounting activities using spreadsheet and accounting software are included. This course is part of the Accounting Operations, Academy of International Business, and the Academy of Finance programs. Common Core State Standards are used to ensure the level of this CTE program coincides with what students need for future employment, including adaptive communications skills. Students demonstrate deep conceptual understanding of core math concepts by solving short conceptual problems and applying math in new circumstances. Students are expected to apply appropriate math concepts while solving real world challenges. This CTE program provides opportunities for students to apply these math concepts in a variety of situations. PRE REQUISITE: Students should have previously completed, or be concurrently enrolled in, computing for College and Careers or Introduction to Information Technology. Graduation Requirement Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE 2 AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate)

7 Technical Dual Enrollment Course Title: Digital Design 1 Course Number: Grade Level: This course develops basic entry-level skills required for digital design careers. The content includes computer skills; digital publishing concepts and operations; layout, design, and measurement activities; decision-making activities; and digital imaging. Students will complete activities with software commonly used in the digital publishing industry such as Adobe PageMaker, QuarkPress, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Illustrator. Common Core State Standards are used to ensure the level of this CTE program coincides with what students need for future employment, including adaptive communications skills. Students demonstrate deep conceptual understanding of core math concepts by solving short conceptual problems and applying math in new circumstances. Students are expected to apply appropriate math concepts while solving real world challenges. This CTE program provides opportunities for students to apply these math concepts in a variety of situations. PRE REQUISITE: Students should have previously completed, or be concurrently enrolled in Introduction to Information Technology. Graduation Requirement FINE ARTS Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE 2 AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment

8 Program Title: International Business Course Title: CORE: Introduction to Information Technology Course Number: Grade Level: 9-12 This course provides an introduction to information technology concepts and careers as well as the impact information technology has on the world, people, and industry and basic web design concepts. The content includes information technology career research; operating systems and software applications; electronic communications including and Internet services; basic HTML, DHMTL, and ML commands; emerging technologies; and web page design. Common Core State Standards are used to ensure the level of this CTE program coincides with what students need for future employment, including adaptive communications skills. Students demonstrate deep conceptual understanding of core math concepts by solving short conceptual problems and applying math in new circumstances. Students are expected to apply appropriate math concepts while solving real world challenges. This CTE program provides opportunities for students to apply these math concepts in a variety of situations. PRE REQUISITE: NONE Graduation Requirement FINE ARTS Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE 2 AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment

9 Course Title: Accounting Applications 1 (Honors) Course Number: Grade Level: This course emphasizes double-entry accounting; methods and principles of recording business transactions; the preparation of various documents used in recording income, expenses, acquisition of assets, incurrence of liabilities, and changes in equity; and the preparation of financial statements. Automated accounting activities using spreadsheet and accounting software are included. This course is part of the Accounting Operations, Academy of International Business, and the Academy of Finance programs. Common Core State Standards are used to ensure the level of this CTE program coincides with what students need for future employment, including adaptive communications skills. Students demonstrate deep conceptual understanding of core math concepts by solving short conceptual problems and applying math in new circumstances. Students are expected to apply appropriate math concepts while solving real world challenges. This CTE program provides opportunities for students to apply these math concepts in a variety of situations. PRE REQUISITE: Students should have previously completed, or be concurrently enrolled in Introduction to Information Technology. Graduation Requirement Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE 2 AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment

10 Course Title: International Business Systems (Honors) Course Number: Grade Level: This course prepares students to live and work in a global economy. The content includes an understanding of business principles, management styles, economics, and customs that affect business systems in the international environment. This course is part of the Academy of International Business program. PRE REQUISITE: Students should have previously completed, or be concurrently enrolled in Introduction to Information Technology. Graduation Requirement Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE 2 AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment Course Title: International Finance and Law (Honors) Course Number: Grade Level: This course introduces the laws and regulations governing international trade including knowledge of import-export activities, banking, treaties, and currency exchange rates. This course is part of the Academy of International Business program. Common Core State Standards are used to ensure the level of this CTE program coincides with what students need for future employment, including adaptive communications skills. Students demonstrate deep conceptual understanding of core math concepts by solving short conceptual problems and applying math in new circumstances. Students are expected to apply appropriate math concepts while solving real world challenges. This CTE program provides opportunities for students to apply these math concepts in a variety of situations.

11 PRE REQUISITE: Business Systems. Students must have previously completed, or be concurrently enrolled in, International Graduation Requirement Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE 3 AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment Course Title: Business Internship Course Number: Grade Level: This course provides an opportunity for students to develop human relations, communications, and employability skills needed to secure a position in the international business environment. Students enhance and apply competencies learned in the classroom through the internship experience. This course is part of the Academy of International Business program. Common Core State Standards are used to ensure the level of this CTE program coincides with what students need for future employment, including adaptive communications skills. Students demonstrate deep conceptual understanding of core math concepts by solving short conceptual problems and applying math in new circumstances. Students are expected to apply appropriate math concepts while solving real world challenges. This CTE program provides opportunities for students to apply these math concepts in a variety of situations. PRE REQUISITE: Students must be enrolled in the Academy of International Business. SPECIAL NOTE: This course is offered only at Pompano Beach High School Institute of International Studies.

12 Graduation Requirement Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE 2 AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment

13 Career and Technical Education Finance Courses For up-to-date Bright Futures and State University System course eligibility information, go to: For up-to-date NCAA Clearinghouse course eligibility information, go to: The first seven digits of any course number listed below are determined by the Florida Department of Education. The 8 th digit of any course number listed below is issued only by BCPS to meet the scheduling needs of our district. Course Title: Introduction to Information Technology (equivalent to Financial and Business Technology ) Course Number: Grade Level: 9-12 This course provides an introduction to information technology concepts and careers as well as the impact information technology has on the world, people, and industry and basic web design concepts. The content includes information technology career research; operating systems and software applications; electronic communications including and Internet services; basic HTML, DHMTL, and ML commands; emerging technologies; and web page design. Common Core State Standards are used to ensure the level of this CTE program coincides with what students need for future employment, including adaptive communications skills. Students demonstrate deep conceptual understanding of core math concepts by solving short conceptual problems and applying math in new circumstances. Students are expected to apply appropriate math concepts while solving real world challenges. This CTE program provides opportunities for students to apply these math concepts in a variety of situations. PRE REQUISITE: NONE Graduation Requirement FINE ARTS Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE 2 AP (Advanced Placement) *

14 IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment Career and Technical Education Health Science Courses For up-to-date Bright Futures and State University System course eligibility information, go to: For up-to-date NCAA Clearinghouse course eligibility information, go to: The first seven digits of any course number listed below are determined by the Florida Department of Education. The 8 th digit of any course number listed below is issued only by BCPS to meet the scheduling needs of our district. Program Title: Allied Health Assisting ( ) Course Title: Health Science 1 Course Number: Grade Level: This honors course is part of a program composed of Health Science 1, Health Science 2 and Allied Health Assisting 3. Health Science 1 or Anatomy and Physiology Honors is taken as a prerequisite to Health Science 2 and Allied Health Assisting 3. This course includes scientific concepts and Medical Terminology relating to health care based on structure and function of the body systems in health and disease. Content area literacy has been embedded into the frameworks to ensure that literacy instruction is shared across the disciplines through enhanced reading, comprehension and evaluation skills. Common Core State Standards are used to ensure the level of this CTE program coincides with what students need for future employment, including adaptive communications skills. SPECIAL NOTE: Instructor approval is recommended. SPECIAL NOTE: Anatomy and Physiology Honors ( ) may be substituted for this course. Graduation Requirement VO Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE

15 AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment 2

16 Course Title: Health Science 2 Course Number: Grade Level: This honors course is part of a program consisting of Health Science 1, Health Science 2, and Allied Health Assisting 3. Following completion of Health Science I or Anatomy and Physiology Honors, Health Science 2, and Allied Health Assisting 3 may be taken. This course provides the opportunity to explore the characteristics of workers in major health career clusters. Also included are communication skills, legal and ethical practice, safe work practices, leadership and employability skills. Classroom laboratory and off campus field trip experiences are correlated with theory. The students receive certification in Health Provider CPR, bloodborne pathogens, and tuberculosis. Content area literacy has been embedded into the frameworks to ensure that literacy instruction is shared across the disciplines through enhanced reading, comprehension and evaluation skills. Common Core State Standards are used to ensure the level of this CTE program coincides with what students need for future employment, including adaptive communications skills. SPECIAL NOTE: Instructor approval is recommended. PRE REQUISITE: Health Science 1, or Anatomy and Physiology Honors ( ) Graduation Requirement VO Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT OPTION ONLY ** State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE 2 x AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education) Technical Dual Enrollment Course Title: Allied Health Assisting 3 Course Number: Grade Level: 11-12

17 This honors course is part of a program consisting of Health Science 1, Health Science 2, and Allied Health Assisting 3. Following completion of Health Science 1 or Anatomy and Physiology Honors, Health Science 2, Allied Health Assisting 3 may be taken. This course includes common skills performed by Health Care workers in hospitals, nursing homes and other health care agencies. Off campus clinical learning experiences are integrated into the program. Students are expected to read and write with competency within this CTE program by teachers providing these experiences with rigor Common Core State Standards are used to ensure the level of this CTE program coincides with what students need for future employment, including adaptive communications skills. SPECIAL NOTE: Instructor approval is recommended. PRE REQUISITE: Health Science 1 (or Anatomy and Physiology Honors) and Health Science 2. SPECIAL NOTE: One Science credit in Anatomy or Physiology is given for students who complete all 3 of the following courses: Health Science 1, Health Science II and Allied Health Assisting III. SPECIAL NOTE: The student may also take a Medical Terminology exam, which upon successful completion can provide three college credits at Broward College. Graduation Requirement VO Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT OPTION ONLY ** State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE 2 x AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education) Technical Dual Enrollment

18 Career and Technical Education Information Technology Courses For up-to-date Bright Futures and State University System course eligibility information, go to: For up-to-date NCAA Clearinghouse course eligibility information, go to: Course Title: Multimedia Foundations 1 Course Number: Grade Level: This course is designed to provide a basic understanding of fundamentals of multimedia. Students learn to plan and create presentations that incorporate scanned images, and images created in various formats and mediums. Common Core State Standards are used to ensure the level of this CTE program coincides with what students need for future employment, including adaptive communications skills. Students demonstrate deep conceptual understanding of core math concepts by solving short conceptual problems and applying math in new circumstances. Students are expected to apply appropriate math concepts while solving real world challenges. This CTE program provides opportunities for students to apply these math concepts in a variety of situations. PREREQUISITE: None Graduation Requirement Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) 3 AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate)

19 Technical Dual Enrollment Course Title: Web Design 1 Course Number: Grade Level: This course provides a basic overview of the Internet and an introduction to Web page design. The content includes operating systems; basic HTML commands; navigation of the Internet, Intranet, and Web; and Web page design with software commonly used in business such as Adobe Dreamweaver. Common Core State Standards are used to ensure the level of this CTE program coincides with what students need for future employment, including adaptive communications skills. Students demonstrate deep conceptual understanding of core math concepts by solving short conceptual problems and applying math in new circumstances. Students are expected to apply appropriate math concepts while solving real world challenges. This CTE program provides opportunities for students to apply these math concepts in a variety of situations. PRE REQUISITE: Students should have previously completed, or be concurrently enrolled in, or Introduction to Information Technology. Graduation Requirement FINE ARTS Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE 2 AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment

20 Course Title: Multimedia Foundations 2 Course Number: Grade Level: This course is designed to provide a basic understanding of Web page layout and integration of video and animation into Web pages. Special emphasis is placed on good design, proper usage of typography and images for delivery on the Internet. Common Core State Standards are used to ensure the level of this CTE program coincides with what students need for future employment, including adaptive communications skills. Students demonstrate deep conceptual understanding of core math concepts by solving short conceptual problems and applying math in new circumstances. Students are expected to apply appropriate math concepts while solving real world challenges. This CTE program provides opportunities for students to apply these math concepts in a variety of situations. PRE REQUISITE: Multimedia Foundations 1 and Web Design 1 Graduation Requirement Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) 3 AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment

21 Course Title: Multimedia Foundations 3 Course Number: Grade Level: This course is designed to FURTHER provide a basic understanding of Web page layout and integration of video and animation into Web pages. Special emphasis is placed on good design, proper usage of typography and images for delivery on the Internet. Common Core State Standards are used to ensure the level of this CTE program coincides with what students need for future employment, including adaptive communications skills. Students demonstrate deep conceptual understanding of core math concepts by solving short conceptual problems and applying math in new circumstances. Students are expected to apply appropriate math concepts while solving real world challenges. This CTE program provides opportunities for students to apply these math concepts in a variety of situations. PRE REQUISITE: Multimedia Foundations 1, Web Design 1 and Multimedia Foundations 2 Graduation Requirement Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) 3 AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment AP (Advanced Placement) *

22 IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment Career and Technical Education Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics Courses For up-to-date Bright Futures and State University System course eligibility information, go to: For up-to-date NCAA Clearinghouse course eligibility information, go to: The first seven digits of any course number listed below are determined by the Florida Department of Education. The 8 th digit of any course number listed below is issued only by BCPS to meet the scheduling needs of our district. Program Title: Communications Technology ( ) Course Title: Communications Technology 1 Course Number: Grade Level: 9-12 This is the first of three courses that must be taken sequentially to complete the program. This course provides the study of offset reproduction, photography, screen-printing, electrostatic printing, and finishing operations, Internet usage and computer related software. Students will design websites and utilize scanners, digital cameras, and computer-generated imagery to conduct research and provide the technical knowledge and skills in advanced printing. The complete program consists of Communications Technology 1, 2 and 3. Content area literacy has been embedded into the frameworks to ensure that literacy instruction is shared across the disciplines through enhanced reading, comprehension and evaluation skills. Students are expected to read and write with competency within this CTE program by teachers providing these experiences with rigor. Common Core State Standards are used to ensure the level of this CTE program coincides with what students need for future employment, including adaptive communications skills. Students demonstrate deep conceptual understanding of core math concepts by solving short conceptual problems and applying math in new circumstances. Students are expected to apply appropriate math concepts while solving real world challenges. This CTE program provides opportunities for students to apply these math concepts in a variety of situations. Graduation Requirement VO Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE 2

23 AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment

24 Course Title: Communications Technology 2 Course Number: Grade Level: This is the second of three courses that must be taken sequentially to complete the program. This course provides advanced study of offset production, screen-printing and photography. Activities related to the total production of printed material from layout to final copy. The complete program consists of Communications Technology 1, 2 and 3. PRE REQUISITE: Communications Technology 1 Graduation Requirement VO Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE 2 AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment

25 Course Title: Communications Technology 3 Course Number: Grade Level: This is the third of three courses, which must be taken sequentially to complete the program. This course provides for the advanced individual study related to Graphic Arts utilizing skills from Communications Technology 1 and Communications Technology 2 courses. The complete program consists of Communications Technology 1, 2 and 3. PRE REQUISITE: Communications Technology 2 Graduation Requirement VO Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE 3 AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment

26 Program Title: Pathways to Engineering - Aerospace Engineering ( ) Course Title: Introduction to Engineering Design Course Number: Grade Level: 9-12 This is the first of four courses that must be taken sequentially to complete the program. This course provides students with a foundation of knowledge and technically oriented experiences in the study of the applications of technology and its effects upon our lives and the choosing of an occupation. Students will use teaming concepts to study various engineering technologies. This course satisfies the computer requirement needed for graduation. The complete program consists of Introduction to Engineering Design, Principles of Engineering, Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Design and Development. Content area literacy has been embedded into the frameworks to ensure that literacy instruction is shared across the disciplines through enhanced reading, comprehension and evaluation skills. Students are expected to read and write with competency within this CTE program by teachers providing these experiences with rigor. Common Core State Standards are used to ensure the level of this CTE program coincides with what students need for future employment, including adaptive communications skills. Students demonstrate deep conceptual understanding of core math concepts by solving short conceptual problems and applying math in new circumstances. Students are expected to apply appropriate math concepts while solving real world challenges. This CTE program provides opportunities for students to apply these math concepts in a variety of situations. Graduation Requirement VO Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE 2 AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment

27 Course Title: Principles of Engineering Course Number: Grade Level: This is the second of four courses that must be taken sequentially to complete the program. This course helps students understand the field of engineering/engineering technology. Exploring various technology systems and manufacturing processes help students learn how engineers and technicians use math, science, and technology in an engineering problem solving process to benefit people. The course also includes concerns about social and political consequences of technological change. The complete program consists of Introduction to Engineering Design, Principles of Engineering, Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Design and Development. PRE REQUISITE: Introduction to Engineering Design Graduation Requirement VO Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE 3 AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment

28 Course Title: Aerospace Engineering Course Number: Grade Level: This is the third of four courses that must be taken sequentially to complete the program. This course applies principles being employed within the Aerospace industry. The course builds on computer solid modeling skills and aerodynamics principles studied in the previous two courses. Students use CNC, Laser Cutter and Rapid Prototyper equipment to produce actual models of their three-dimensional designs. Fundamental concepts of aeronautics and rocketry manufacturing, and design analysis are included. The complete program consists of Introduction to Engineering Design, Principles of Engineering, Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Design and Development. PRE REQUISITE: Principles of Engineering Graduation Requirement VO Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE 3 AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment

29 Course Title: Engineering Design and Development Course Number: Grade Level: 12 This is the last of four courses that must be taken sequentially to complete the program. This course helps students understand the field of engineering/engineering technology. Exploring various technology systems and manufacturing processes help students learn how engineers and technicians use math, science, and technology in an engineering problem solving process to benefit people. The course also includes concerns about social and political consequences of technological change. The complete program consists of Introduction to Engineering Design, Principles of Engineering, Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Design and Development. PRE REQUISITE: Aerospace Engineering Graduation Requirement VO Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE 3 AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment

30 Program Title: Pathways to Engineering - Biotechnical Engineering ( ) Course Title: Introduction to Engineering Design Course Number: Grade Level: 9-12 This is the first of four courses that must be taken sequentially to complete the program. This course provides students with a foundation of knowledge and technically oriented experiences in the study of the applications of technology and its effects upon our lives and the choosing of an occupation. Students will use teaming concepts to study various engineering technologies. This course satisfies the computer requirement needed for graduation. The complete program consists of Introduction to Engineering Design, Principles of Engineering, Biotechnical Engineering and Engineering Design and Development. Content area literacy has been embedded into the frameworks to ensure that literacy instruction is shared across the disciplines through enhanced reading, comprehension and evaluation skills. Students are expected to read and write with competency within this CTE program by teachers providing these experiences with rigor. Common Core State Standards are used to ensure the level of this CTE program coincides with what students need for future employment, including adaptive communications skills. Students demonstrate deep conceptual understanding of core math concepts by solving short conceptual problems and applying math in new circumstances. Students are expected to apply appropriate math concepts while solving real world challenges. This CTE program provides opportunities for students to apply these math concepts in a variety of situations. Graduation Requirement VO Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE 2 AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment

31 Course Title: Principles of Engineering Course Number: Grade Level: This is the second of four courses that must be taken sequentially to complete the program. This course helps students understand the field of engineering/engineering technology. Exploring various technology systems and manufacturing processes help students learn how engineers and technicians use math, science, and technology in an engineering problem solving process to benefit people. The course also includes concerns about social and political consequences of technological change. The complete program consists of Introduction to Engineering Design, Principles of Engineering, Biotechnical Engineering and Engineering Design and Development. PRE REQUISITE: Introduction to Engineering Design Graduation Requirement VO Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE 3 AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment

32 Program Title: Pathways to Engineering - Civil Engineer. & Architecture ( ) Course Title: Introduction to Engineering Design Course Number: Grade Level: 9-12 This is the first of four courses that must be taken sequentially to complete the program. This course provides students with a foundation of knowledge and technically oriented experiences in the study of the applications of technology and its effects upon our lives and the choosing of an occupation. Students will use teaming concepts to study various engineering technologies. This course satisfies the computer requirement needed for graduation. The complete program consists of Introduction to Engineering Design, Principles of Engineering, Civil Engineering and Architecture and Engineering Design and Development. Content area literacy has been embedded into the frameworks to ensure that literacy instruction is shared across the disciplines through enhanced reading, comprehension and evaluation skills. Students are expected to read and write with competency within this CTE program by teachers providing these experiences with rigor. Common Core State Standards are used to ensure the level of this CTE program coincides with what students need for future employment, including adaptive communications skills. Students demonstrate deep conceptual understanding of core math concepts by solving short conceptual problems and applying math in new circumstances. Students are expected to apply appropriate math concepts while solving real world challenges. This CTE program provides opportunities for students to apply these math concepts in a variety of situations. Graduation Requirement VO Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE 2 AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment

33 Course Title: Principles of Engineering Course Number: Grade Level: This is the second of four courses that must be taken sequentially to complete the program. This course helps students understand the field of engineering/engineering technology. Exploring various technology systems and manufacturing processes help students learn how engineers and technicians use math, science, and technology in an engineering problem solving process to benefit people. The course also includes concerns about social and political consequences of technological change. The complete program consists of Introduction to Engineering Design, Principles of Engineering, Civil Engineering and Architecture and Engineering Design and Development. PRE REQUISITE: Introduction to Engineering Design Graduation Requirement VO Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE 3 AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment

34 Program Title: Pathways to Engineering - Comp. Integrated Manufact. ( ) Course Title: Introduction to Engineering Design Course Number: Grade Level: 9-12 This is the first of four courses that must be taken sequentially to complete the program. This course provides students with a foundation of knowledge and technically oriented experiences in the study of the applications of technology and its effects upon our lives and the choosing of an occupation. Students will use teaming concepts to study various engineering technologies. This course satisfies the computer requirement needed for graduation. The complete program consists of Introduction to Engineering Design, Principles of Engineering, Computer Integrated Manufacturing and Engineering Design and Development. Content area literacy has been embedded into the frameworks to ensure that literacy instruction is shared across the disciplines through enhanced reading, comprehension and evaluation skills. Students are expected to read and write with competency within this CTE program by teachers providing these experiences with rigor. Common Core State Standards are used to ensure the level of this CTE program coincides with what students need for future employment, including adaptive communications skills. Students demonstrate deep conceptual understanding of core math concepts by solving short conceptual problems and applying math in new circumstances. Students are expected to apply appropriate math concepts while solving real world challenges. This CTE program provides opportunities for students to apply these math concepts in a variety of situations. Graduation Requirement VO Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE 2 AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment

35 Course Title: Principles of Engineering Course Number: Grade Level: This is the second of four courses that must be taken sequentially to complete the program. This course helps students understand the field of engineering/engineering technology. Exploring various technology systems and manufacturing processes help students learn how engineers and technicians use math, science, and technology in an engineering problem solving process to benefit people. The course also includes concerns about social and political consequences of technological change. The complete program consists of Introduction to Engineering Design, Principles of Engineering, Computer Integrated Manufacturing and Engineering Design and Development. PRE REQUISITE: Introduction to Engineering Design Graduation Requirement VO Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) ELECTIVE 3 AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment

36 Course Title: Computer Integrated Manufacturing Course Number: Grade Level: This is the third of four courses that must be taken sequentially to complete the program. This course applies principles of robotics and automation. The course builds on computer solid modeling skills developed in the previous two courses. Students use CNC equipment to produce actual models of their three-dimensional designs. Fundamental concepts of robotics used in automated manufacturing, and design analysis are included. The complete program consists of Introduction to Engineering Design, Principles of Engineering, Computer Integrated Manufacturing and Engineering Design and Development. PRE REQUISITE: Principles of Engineering Graduation Requirement VO Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV) 4 YR 24 CREDIT State University System (SUS) 3 AP (Advanced Placement) * IB (International Baccalaureate) Technical Dual Enrollment

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