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1 Career & Technical Education Course Catalog Department of Accountability and School Improvement Revised December 2012

2 Overview Career and Technical Education Courses by Career Cluster Principles of Ag, Food & Nat l Res Problems & Solutions in AFNR Professional Standards in Agribusiness Forestry & Woodland Ecosystems Wildlife, Fisheries, & Ecology Mgt. Range Ecology & Mgt. Horticultural Science Landscape Design & Turf Grass Mgt. Principles of Floral Design Practicum in Horticulture Science, II Advanced Plant & Soil Career Prep CTED Horticulture Agricultural Mechanics & Metal Technologies Agricultural Facilities & Design Practicum in Ag Mechanics Food Tech & Safety Science Livestock Production Small Animal Management Advanced Animal Science Equine Science Veterinary Medical Apps Practicum for Vet Med Asst Problems & Solutions Architecture Construction Architectural Design Construction Management Interior Design Principles of Construction CTED Principles of Construction Construction Technology Advanced Construction Technology Career Prep Career Prep Problems & Solutions Art/AV Com Animation I Fashion Design Advanced Fashion Design Professional Communications Career Prep Principles of Bus, Mktg & Finance Touch System Data Entry CTED Touch System Data Entry Business Information Management I CTED Bus Info Mgmt I Business Information Management II Business Law Virtual Business Global Business Human Resources Management Prob & Solutions in Bus, Finance & IT Career Prep Instructional Practices in Education & Training Practicum in Education & Training Career Prep Principles of Bus, Mktg & Finance Money Matters CTED Money Matters Accounting I Accounting II Securities and Investments Financial Analysis Insurance Operations Prob & Solution in Bus, Finance & IT Career Prep Principles of Health Science Health Science Problems & Solutions in Health Science - CNA Problem and Solutions in Health Science Cert Pharm Tech Practicum in Health Science EMT Medical Terminology Anatomy & Physiology Career Prep Culinary Arts Practicum in Culinary Arts CTED Culinary Arts Hotel Management Hospitality Services Practicum in Hospitality Services & Tourism Career Prep Principles of Human Services Child Development Child Guidance Practicum in Human Services CTED Principles of Human Ser Interpersonal Studies Lifetime Nutrition and Wellness Parenting Ed School Age Parents I,II Cosmetology I, II Prob & Solution Cosmetology Digital and Interactive Media Web Technologies Computer Maintenance Internetworking Technologies I Internetworking Technologies II Computer Programming Research in Information Tech Solutions Prob & Solution in Bus, Finance & IT Business Education Career Prep I, II Problems and Solutions in T & I Principles of Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security Law Enforcement I Law Enforcement II Correctional Services Court Systems & Practices Forensic Science Career Prep Principles of Manufacturing Precision Metal Manufacturing Advanced Precision Metal Manufacturing Welding Advanced Welding Problems and Solutions in T & I CTED Welding Career Prep Principles of Bus, Mktg & Finance Sports & Entertainment Mktg Fashion Marketing Retailing & E-tailing Advertising & Sales Promotion Entrepreneurship Marketing Dynamics Practicum in Mktg Dynamics Concepts of Engineering & Architectural Technology Engineering Design and Presentation Problems & Solutions in STEM Electronics Adv Electronics Robotics & Automation Career Prep Energy, Power, & Transportation Systems Automotive Technology Advanced Automotive Technology CTED Automotive Technology Small Engine Technology Advanced Small Engine Tech CTED Small Engine Technology Career Prep 1

3 Table of Contents I. CTE Course Overview...1 II. Table of Contents...2 III. IV. CTE Course Index CTE Course Descriptions All Clusters...8 Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources...9 Architecture & Construction...17 Arts, A/V Technology & Communications...21 Business, Management & Administration...24 Education & Training...28 Finance...30 Health Science...33 Hospitality and Tourism...37 Human Services...40 Information Technology...44 Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security...48 Manufacturing...51 Marketing, Sales & Service...54 Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics...57 Transportation...60 Military Science (JROTC)...63 International Business Academy at Klein Forest HS...64 CTED Courses

4 KEY: CTE Course Index PR = Pre-requisite required. App = Approval Process Required. The approval process varies by course. The process may be an interest survey and/or instructor/counselor recommendation. Adv = Advanced Grade points available for the course. Implementation dates for the advanced grade points varies by course. Specific details are available in the course descriptions. $ = Students are responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. CTE Course KISD Course Number Credit Grade Other Information Accounting I 9162CT $ 32 Accounting II 9164CT PR Adv $ 32 Page Advanced Animal Science 9070CT PR Adv 16 Advanced Automotive Technology 9614CT PR App 61 Advanced Construction Technology 9620CT PR App 20 Advanced Electronics 9639CT PR $ 59 Advanced Fashion Design 9358CT PR $ 22 Advanced Plant and Soil Science 9071CT PR 13 Advanced Precision Metal Manufacturing 9666CT PR App 52 Advanced Small Engine Technology 9674CT PR App 62 Advanced Welding 9670CT PR App $ 53 Advertising and Sales Promotion 9595CT Agricultural Facilities Design and Fabrication 9082CT PR App $ 14 Agricultural Mechanics and Metal Technologies 9061CT $ 14 Anatomy and Physiology 0493CT PR Adv 35 Animation I 9476CT PR App Adv $ 22 Architectural Design 9472CT PR $ 18 Automotive Technology 9612CT App 61 Business Information Management I (BIM I) 9144CT PR $ 25 Business Information Management II (BIM II) 9156CT PR Adv $ 26 Business Law 9173CT Career Preparation I Career Preparation II 9676CT 9677CT 9678CT 9679CT PR App 8 12 PR App 8 Child Development 9335CT

5 CTE Course KISD Course Number Credit Grade Other Information Child Guidance 9336CT PR App 41 Computer Maintenance 9644CT Page Computer Programming 9148CT $ 45 Concepts of Engineering and Architectural Technology 9470CT PR $ 58 Construction Management 9482CT PR App $ 18 Construction Technology 9618CT PR App 19 Correctional Services 9633CT PR 49 Cosmetology I 9622CT App $ 43 Cosmetology II 9624CT PR App $ 43 Court Systems and Practices 9634CT PR 50 CTED Advanced Small Engine Technology (1 hr.) CTED Advanced Small Engine Technology (2 hr.) 5630CT App 62, CT PR App 62,67 CTED Automotive Technology 5662CT App 61,67 CTED Business Information Management I (BIM I) 5638CT App $ 26,69 CTED Culinary Arts I 5620CT App $ 38,67 CTED Culinary Arts II 5622CT App $ 38,67 CTED Money Matters 5640CT App 31,68 CTED Practicum Horticulture Science I 5632CT App 14,69 CTED Practicum Horticulture Science II 5634CT App 14,69 CTED Principles of Construction 5660CT App 20,68 CTED Principles of Human Services 5645CT App 41,68 CTED Small Engine Technology (1 hr.) 5626CT App 62,67 CTED Small Engine Technology (2 hr.) 5624CT App 62,67 CTED Touch System Data Entry 5636CT App $ 25,68 CTED Welding 5664CT App $ 52,69 Culinary Arts 9350CT PR App $ 38 Digital and Interactive Media 9146CT PR App $ 45 Electronics 9638CT $ 59 Energy, Power, and Transportation Systems 9610CT

6 CTE Course KISD Course Number Credit Grade Other Information Engineering Design and Presentation 9474CT PR $ 58 Entrepreneurship 9594CT Page Equine Science 9072CT Fashion Design 9357CT $ 22 Fashion Marketing 9590CT Financial Analysis 9186CT PR Adv 31 Food Technology and Safety 9067CT $ 15 Forensic Science 9635CT PR App Adv 50 Forestry and Woodland Ecosystems 9058CT Global Business 9168CT Health Science 9272CT PR App Adv $ 34 Horticulture Science 9050CT Hospitality Services 9354CT App $ 39 Hotel Management 9353CT App $ 39 Human Resources Management 9181CT Instructional Practices in Education and Training 9333CT PR App $ 29 Insurance Operations 9158CT Interior Design 9360CT $ 18 Internetworking Technologies I 9647CT App Adv 46 Internetworking Technologies II 9651CT PR App Adv 46 Interpersonal Studies 9330CT JROTC 1-4 (Military Science) 1901, 1902, 1903, App $ 42 Landscape Design and Turfgrass Management 9051CT Law Enforcement I 9630CT Law Enforcement II 9631CT PR $ 49 Lifetime Nutrition and Wellness 9348CT $ 42 Livestock Production 9069CT Marketing Dynamics 9596CT 9597CT PR App 56 Medical Terminology 9278CT

7 CTE Course KISD Course Number Military Science (JROTC 1-4) 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904 Credit Grade Other Information Page App $ 63 Money Matters 9183CT Parenting Education for School Age Parents I Parenting Education for School Age Parents II 9340CT 9342CT 9344CT 9346CT Practicum for Veterinary Medical Assistant 9076CT PR App Adv $ 16 Practicum in Agricultural Mechanics 9086CT PR App $ 15 Practicum in Culinary Arts 9352CT PR App $ 38 Practicum in Education and Training 9334CT PR App $ 29 Practicum in Health Science - EMT 9276CT PR App Adv $ 36 Practicum in Horticulture Science I 9055CT PR App $ 13 Practicum in Horticulture Science II 9056CT PR App $ 13 Practicum in Hospitality Services 9356CT PR App $ 39 Practicum in Human Services 9338CT PR App 42 Practicum in Marketing Dynamics 9598CT 9599CT PR App 56 Precision Metal Manufacturing 9662CT App 52 Principles and Elements of Floral Design 9053CT $ 13 Principles of Agriculture Food, and Natural Resources 9040CT Principles of Business, Marketing and Finance (BMF) 9166CT ,31,55 Principles of Construction 9616CT Principles of Health Science 9270CT Principles of Human Services 9331CT $ 41 Principles of Law, Public Safety, Corrections, and Security 9632CT Principles of Manufacturing 9658CT Problems and Solutions in Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources 9065CT PR App Adv 11 Problems and Solutions in Architecture and Construction 9478CT PR App Adv $ 19 Problems and Solutions in Arts, A/V Technology & Communications Problems and Solutions in Business, Finance and Information Technology 9479CT PR App Adv $ CT PR App Adv 27,32,47 Problems and Solutions in Cosmetology 9626CT PR App 43 Problems and Solutions in CTE II 9001CT PR App Adv 8 6

8 CTE Course Problems and Solutions in Health Science CPhT Certified Pharmacy Technician Problems and Solutions in Health Science CNA Certified Nursing Assistant KISD Course Number 9277CT 9277YCT Credit Grade Other Information Page PR App Adv $ CT PR App Adv $ 35 Problems and Solutions in STEM 9480CT PR App Adv $ 58 Problems and Solutions in Trade and Industrial Education 9680CT PR App 47,53 Professional Communications 9700CT Professional Standards in Agribusiness 9044CT Range Ecology and Management 9047CT Research in Information Technology Solutions 9149CT PR App Adv 47 Retailing and E-Tailing 9592CT Robotics and Automation 9641CT PR App $ 59 Securities and Investments 9184CT Small Animal Management 9077CT Small Engine Technology 9672CT Sports and Entertainment Marketing 9588CT Touch System Data Entry 9140CT $ 25 Veterinary Medical Applications 9074CT PR App Adv 16 Virtual Business 9182CT PR $ 27 Web Technologies 9147CT PR App $ 45 Welding 9668CT App $ 53 Wildlife, Fisheries, and Ecology Management 9046CT

9 CTE Course Descriptions All CTE Clusters I (2hr-9677CT) (3 hr-9676ct) II (2hr-9679CT) (3hr-9678CT) Career Preparation I, II Credit Career Prep I = 2-3 Units or Career Prep II = 2-3 Units Prerequisite at least 16 years of age and valid work documentation (such as a Social Security Card) and Approval Process A work-based learning program that combines occupationally related classroom instruction and work-based experiences. Students are expected to be enrolled in the career preparation program the entire school year and must have reliable transportation to/from the training site each day. A student not employed at an approved training station prior to the ninth day of school shall have a schedule change removing him/her from the Career Preparation program. The student will receive an employer evaluation each grading period as one component of the six week average. Career topics may include the following strands: Communications and media, construction and maintenance, electrical and electronics, industrial and manufacturing, safety and security, metal technology, automotive/transportation or other specialty areas. Agriculture and agribusiness, horticulture, animal management. Child care, food and beverage industry, floral design, housing and property management, home furnishings, and hospitality services. Business management, finance and information technology. It is recommended students who wish to pursue a business or information technology related job have strong keyboarding skills and have completed the Business Information Management I course. Safety, entrepreneurship, leadership and career opportunities, technology and professional communications, are included along with work ethics and job related study in the classroom. Special Note - There are two Career Preparation courses: Students who plan on focusing on an occupation in the marketing or management pathway should enroll in the Marketing Dynamics career preparation (9596CT, 9597CT) course. Details for this career preparation course may be found in the Marketing cluster section of this booklet. For additional information concerning career preparation programs, please see the campus CTE counselor. 9001CT Problems and Solutions in CTE II Credit ½ - 1 Unit Prerequisite See CTE Counselor and Approval Process A project-based course for students to research a real-world problem that is developed by the student and supervised by the teacher and a professional mentor panel. The original research project provides opportunities for an in-depth study of at least one aspect of the Career and Technical Education career clusters. The student shall demonstrate the ability to conduct in-depth research through the utilization of a variety of resources, advanced technology, and communication skills in the development and presentation of a professional quality project to an appropriate audience. The project shall be judged by a panel of professionals in the field that is the focus of the project. Students may be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. This project-based course may allow a student to meet one of the advanced measures for the Distinguished Achievement Program. Students will receive advanced grade points for this class. 8

10 The following programs of study are available within the Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources cluster: Agribusiness Systems Animal Systems Environmental Service Systems Food Products and Processing Systems Natural Resources Systems Plant Systems Power, Structural and Technical Systems Enrollment in these courses will provide the student the opportunity to be involved in the FFA student organization which includes animal projects, leadership and career development event travel teams, and scholarships. 9

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12 All Systems 9040CT Principles of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Grade Placement Credit ½ - 1 Unit A basic course designed to provide an introduction to all aspects in agriculture including agricultural career development, leadership, communications, personal finance, mechanized agriculture, soils, plants, animals, agricultural construction, food science, and supervised agricultural experience programs. 9065CT Problems and Solutions in Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Credit /2 to 1 Unit Prerequisite Completion of at least two courses of AFNR in a Coherent Sequence and Approval Process A project-based course for students to research a real-world problem that is developed by the student and supervised by the teacher and a professional mentor panel. The original research project provides opportunities for an in-depth study of at least one aspect of the Agriscience, Food and Natural Resources career cluster. The student shall demonstrate the ability to conduct in-depth research through the utilization of a variety of resources, advanced technology, and communication skills in the development and presentation of a professional quality project to an appropriate audience. The project shall be judged by a panel of professionals in the field that is the focus of the project. Students may be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. This project-based course may allow a student to meet one of the advanced measures for the Distinguished Achievement Program. Students will receive advanced grade points for this class. Agribusiness Systems 9044CT Professional Standards in Agribusiness Grade Placement A comprehensive course designed to develop agricultural leadership, citizenship, and interpersonal skills. Instruction includes such topics as personal development, employee/employer relations, and group and communication skills.. 11

13 Natural Resources Systems 9058CT Forestry and Woodland Ecosystems Grade Placement This course examines current management practices for forestry and woodlands. Special emphasis is given to management as it relates to ecological requirements and how these practices impact the environment. Includes exploration of careers associated with the forestry system, tree identification, calculating tree harvest, and a study of the forest ecosystem. 9046CT Wildlife, Fisheries, and Ecology Management Grade Placement A course designed to examine the importance of wildlife and outdoor recreation with emphasis on using wildlife, fish and natural resources and their management. Hunter, boater, and angler safety instruction are components of this class. Research into occupational opportunities and identification and laws associated with game, non-game, fur-bearing and fish species are included. 9047CT Range Ecology and Management Grade Placement Credit /2 Unit A course designed to provide information regarding the management and ecology aspects of rangelands. Instruction will include the study and development of technical skills in renewable natural resources, range plants, ecosystems, water cycles, range conditions, carrying capacities, livestock management, wildlife management, and research. Information and safe working practices, recordkeeping, career exploration, and leadership will be included. Plant Systems 9050CT Horticulture Science Grade Placement A laboratory oriented course designed to develop skills in the production of greenhouse/nursery plants and the maintenance of plant growth and propagation structures. The course emphasizes production of fruit, nut, and vegetable crops. 12

14 9051CT Landscape Design and Turf Grass Management Grade Placement A course designed to develop skills in the design, construction, and maintenance of planted areas. The course includes the use of devices for the beautification of home grounds and other areas of human habitation and recreation. Students will also learn techniques in how to establish and maintain turf grass. 9053CT Principles and Elements of Floral Design Grade Placement This course will satisfy the Fine Arts graduation requirement A course designed to develop and examine floral design in relation to arrangement of flowers, foliage, and related plant materials for interior locations. Also incorporates business practices and careers in the floral industry. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. 9055CT, 9056CT Practicum in Horticulture Science I, Practicum in Horticulture Science II Credit Units Prerequisite Horticulture Science or Landscape Design and Turf Grass Mgt or Principles of Floral Design and Approval Process A laboratory-oriented course designed to develop skills in the various technical areas of the horticulture industry. The major focus is preparing individuals to perform horticulture related skills. The course emphasizes greenhouse and nursery crop production; landscaping; floral design; and fruit, nut, and vegetable crop production. Instruction will include information on career opportunities, leadership activities, and recordkeeping practices related to the horticulture industry. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. 9071CT Advanced Plant and Soil Science Grade Placement Prerequisite One Credit of AFNR This course will meet the requirements for the 4 th Science credit on the Distinguished and Recommended graduation plans. A course designed to study the exploration of principles related to plant production and the management of soils as related to agriculture. Included in the course are experiments, laboratory explorations, and the study of soil and plant relationships that affect the production of food and fiber. 632CT

15 5632CT, 5634CT CTED Practicum in Horticulture Science I, II, Career and Technical Education for Students with Disabilities Grade Placement per year Prerequisite Recommendation of ARD Committee A laboratory course designed to develop entry-level employment skills in horticultural related careers for special needs students. A laboratory-oriented course designed to develop skills in the various technical areas of the horticulture industry. The major focus is preparing individuals to perform horticulture related skills. The course emphasizes greenhouse and nursery crop production; landscaping; floral design; and fruit, nut, and vegetable crop production. Instruction will include information on career opportunities, leadership activities, and recordkeeping practices related to the horticulture industry. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. This course may be taken for more than one year up to four years. Power, Structural & Technical Systems 9061CT Agricultural Mechanics and Metal Technologies Grade Placement A course designed to introduce basic theory and specialized skills in agricultural mechanics. Skills to be developed include identification and safe use of tools, carpentry, electricity, plumbing, masonry, fencing, painting, hot and cold metal working, and welding processes. Construction of projects will be included in this course. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. 9082CT Agricultural Facilities Design and Fabrication Credit Units Prerequisite Agricultural Mechanics and Metal Technologies or Approval Process A laboratory oriented course designed to teach the basic principles of agricultural mechanics, including: blueprint reading and implementation, carpentry and construction, electrical and plumbing systems, concrete and masonry construction, small engine and power systems, metal construction and large project building. Structures constructed in this class could include, but not limited to: large and small trailers, wooden structures, outdoor recreational facilities, and other metal fabrication projects. CNC PlasmaCam design and fabrication will be taught and applied in this class. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. 14

16 9086CT Practicum in Agricultural Mechanics Grade Placement Credit Units Prerequisite Agricultural Facilities Design and Fabrication and Approval Process A laboratory oriented course designed to teach the basic principles of agricultural mechanics, including: blueprint reading and implementation, carpentry and construction, electrical and plumbing systems, concrete and masonry construction, small engine and power systems, metal construction and large project building. Structures constructed in this class could include, but not limited to: large and small trailers, wooden structures, outdoor recreational facilities, and other metal fabrication projects. CNC PlasmaCam design and fabrication will be taught and applied in this class. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. 9067CT Food Technology and Safety Food Products and Processing Systems Grade Placement A course designed to examine world food production, governmental regulations regarding foods, and food safety. Methods of processing, preparing, and packaging of foods; exploration of career opportunities, and leadership development are included. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. Animal Systems 9069CT Livestock Production Grade Placement A technical course designed to develop the student s knowledge and skills pertaining to the nutrition, reproduction, health and management of domestic livestock. Study of animal systems, animal restraint, business management, and careers are included. 9077CT Small Animal Management Grade Placement Students will be provided with opportunities to learn, reinforce, and apply information in a variety of settings in the areas of small animal, systems/business and associations. Subject areas in this course to be covered are but not limited to: small mammals, amphibians, reptiles, birds, dogs, cats and species specific information. Study will also highlight ownership, hazards, and welfare of small animals. 15

17 9070CT Advanced Animal Science Grade Placement Prerequisite Livestock Production and Small Animal Management This course will meet the requirements for the 4 th Science credit on the Distinguished and Recommended graduation plans. This technical course provides an academically stimulating environment for students wishing to advance their understanding of animal science. This will be a lab oriented course with emphasis on reproduction, breeding, genetics, anatomy, physiology, nutrition, health, and the marketing and harvesting of domestic livestock. Students will receive advanced grade points for this course. 9072CT Equine Science Grade Placement Students will identify career opportunities, industry expectation, and attain general knowledge of horses, mules and donkeys. Areas of study shall include but are not limited to: breed identification, anatomy and physiology, nutrition, reproduction, diseases, parasites, proper handling, training, confirmation, and selection of horses. 9074CT Veterinary Medical Applications Prerequisite of the following: Livestock Production, Small Animal Management or Equine Science and Approval Process Students will be prepared for careers in the field of animal science. Students will be provided opportunities to demonstrate proper knowledge and skills in the veterinary medicine industry. Topics to be covered in this course are, but not limited to veterinary practices and knowledge as they relate to both large and small animal species. Subject areas include: animal behavior, communication, species/breed information, diseases/disorders, parasites, clinical examinations, imaging equipment, hematology, hospital procedures, and surgical assisting procedures. Students will receive advanced grade points for this course. 9076CT Practicum for Veterinary Medical Assistant Grade Placement Credit Units Prerequisite Veterinary Medical Applications and Approval Process This course is a continuation of the Veterinary Medical Applications course providing more in-depth opportunities for students to increase their knowledge in animal anatomy, animal disease, treatment techniques, lab procedures, emergency procedures, and clinical operations. Students will be required to participate in clinical rotations, gaining hands-on experiences working in various veterinary assistant positions. This course provides further opportunities for students to explore the veterinary medical field as well as to continue earning possible industry standard certification in veterinary assistant and possible college credits toward certification as a Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT). Students must provide their own transportation to the clinical setting. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. Students will receive advanced grade points for this course. 16

18 The following programs of study are available within the Architecture and Construction cluster: Design/Preconstruction Construction Maintenance/Operations 17

19 Design/Pre-Construction 9472CT Architectural Design Grade Placement Credit Unit Prerequisite Concepts of Engineering & Architectural Technology (STEM Cluster) Students will receive an overview of the various fields of architecture, interior design, construction science and construction technology. The software applications include but are not limited to: AutoCAD Architecture, Revit and Chief Architect. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. 9482CT Construction Management Prerequisite Concepts of Engineering & Architectural Technology and Architectural Design and Approval Process Students will learn design, design history, techniques and tools related to the production of drawings, renderings and scaled models for commercial or residential purposes. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. 9360CT Interior Design Grade Placement Credit Unit Recommended Prerequisite Algebra I This is a project driven course that focuses on interior environments. Students will discover ways to enhance spaces using knowledge based on the psychological, physiological and sociological needs of people. Students will be able to create a scale drawing of spaces as well as understand the basic construction of homes and furniture. This course will also create an awareness of the following topics; principles and elements of design, consumer decision making, safety, as well as care and maintenance of interiors. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials for their projects and an assessed fee is associated with this course. 18

20 9478CT Problems and Solutions in Architecture and Construction Prerequisite Concepts of Engineering & Architectural Technology and Architectural Design and Approval Process A project-based course for students to research a real-world problem that is developed by the student and supervised by the teacher and a professional mentor panel. The original research project provides opportunities for an in-depth study of at least one aspect of the Architecture and Construction career cluster. The student shall demonstrate the ability to conduct in-depth research through the utilization of a variety of resources, advanced technology, and communication skills in the development and presentation of a professional quality project to an appropriate audience. The project shall be judged by a panel of professionals in the field that is the focus of the project. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. This project-based course may allow a student to meet one of the advanced measures for the Distinguished Achievement Program. Students will receive advanced grade points for this class. Construction 9616CT Principles of Construction Grade Placement This course introduces the student to the construction industry. This is accomplished by exploring employment possibilities in the various manual trades including but not limited to safety, tools, materials, and training requirements. The student will build a project according to local, state, and federal guidelines. The student will be introduced to construction drawings and their various uses. This course is offered at Klein Forest High School. 9618CT Construction Technology Grade Placement Credit Units Prerequisite Principles of Construction or Approval Process This course is designed to continue a student s knowledge of the construction industry. Topics to be covered are employment, materials, hand and power tool use, safety, construction drawings, window and door installation, floor framing, wall framing, roof framing, concrete, and stair construction. Classes meet for two periods each school day at Klein Forest High School. 19

21 9620CT Advanced Construction Technology Credit Units Prerequisite Construction Technology and Approval Process This course will continue the student s knowledge of the construction industry. Topics to be covered are construction drawings, roof coverings, insulation, exterior siding, metal framing, drywall installation and finishing, metal door installation, suspended ceiling, interior trim, cabinetry and counter tops. Classes meet for two periods each school day at Klein Forest High School. 5660CT CTED Principles of Construction, Career and Technical Education for Students with Disabilities Grade Placement Prerequisite Recommendation of ARD Committee This course provides construction career information for the special needs students. The course is designed to familiarize students with introductory skills and a basic understanding of career opportunities and training requirements in four fundamental career clusters related to construction: carpentry, residential electrical, painting, decorating, and plumbing/pipefitting. Students will discuss entrepreneurship, safety and leadership training are included. This course is offered at Klein Forest High School. 20

22 The following programs of study are available within the Arts, A/V Technology and Communications cluster: Audio and Video Technology and Film Printing Technology Journalism and Broadcasting Telecommunications Performing Arts 21

23 9476CT Animation I Prerequisite Concepts of Engineering & Architectural Technology and either Architectural Design or Engineering Design & Presentation and Approval Process A technical course which develops advanced knowledge and skills in the area of digital animation. This hands-on course allows students to create, edit, and render characters, vehicles, scenes or objects and to design and produce digital animation using images, video, and audio resources. Students will learn design, design history, techniques and tools related to the production of drawings, renderings, and scaled models for commercial or residential purposes. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. This course receives advanced grade points. 9357CT Fashion Design Grade Placement This technical laboratory course focuses on apparel from the perspectives of personal decision making relating to the apparel industry and career preparation. Topics include apparel repair and alterations, managing the apparel dollar and the history of fashion. The production of fibers and fabrics, apparel care, garment construction and maintenance are also covered in this course. Quality apparel construction is addressed as it relates to consumer decision making and career preparation for the apparel industry. Other content addresses career options and management practices for assuming multiple family, community, and wage-earner roles. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials for their projects. Also, an assessed fee is associated with this course. 9358CT Advanced Fashion Design Credit Units Prerequisite Fashion Design This technical laboratory course is designed to address the textiles and apparel industries, textile design and production, apparel design practices, influences and career preparation. Instruction includes knowledge and skills of the mass production and haute couture of the worldwide design industry, fiber testing, fabrics and finishes, textile and apparel manufacturing systems, product marketing techniques, computer-aided design, federal regulations, career options, fashion illustration, and portfolio design. Design procedures and management of multiple family, community, and career roles are emphasized. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials for their projects. Also, an assessed fee is associated with this course. 22

24 9479CT Problems and Solutions in Arts, A/V Technology & Communications Grade Placement Prerequisite Animation I and Approval Process A project-based course for students to research a real-world problem that is developed by the student and supervised by the teacher and a professional mentor panel. The original research project provides opportunities for an in-depth study of at least one aspect of the Arts, A/V Technology, & Communications career cluster. The student shall demonstrate the ability to conduct in-depth research through the utilization of a variety of resources, advanced technology, and communication skills in the development and presentation of a professional quality project to an appropriate audience. The project shall be judged by a panel of professionals in the field that is the focus of the project. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. This project-based course may allow a student to meet one of the advanced measures for the Distinguished Achievement Program. Students will receive advanced grade points for this class. 9700CT Professional Communications Grade Placement Note: This course will satisfy the speech graduation requirement. This is an activity based career development course in which students will develop an understanding of professional communications through exploration of the career clusters. Students will explore a variety of career options and activities including formal and informal presentations, resume writing, and job interviewing. Students will exhibit public relations skills, leadership characteristics, knowledge of the global economy, and information technology applications. 23

25 The following programs of study are available within the Business, Management and Administration cluster: Administrative and Information Support Business Analysis Human Resources Management 24

26 9166CT Principles of Business, Marketing, and Finance Grade Placement Students will participate in activities which focus on business ownership, business and personal finance, global economies, business operations and advertising. The course allows students to be involved with a variety of activities such as running a business, evaluating leadership styles, problem solving, business setting, marketing, and finance. 9140CT Touch System Data Entry Grade Placement This course will train students to create documents and input data using the touch system of keyboarding. Emphasis is placed on student accuracy, speed and production of business documents using the touch system. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. 5636CT CTED Touch System Data Entry, Career & Technical Education for Students with Disabilities Grade Placement Prerequisite Recommendation of ARD Committee This course provides keyboarding skills for students with special needs. This course will train students to create documents and input data using the touch system of keyboarding. Emphasis is placed on student accuracy, speed and production of business documents using the touch system. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. 9144CT Business Information Management I Grade Placement Prerequisite Touch System Data Entry or Pass Proficiency Test In this course students will apply technical skills to personal or business situations focusing on word processing, spreadsheets, databases, desktop publishing, presentation management, operating systems and emerging technologies. This course provides students with an overview of the various uses of information processing tools and skill development needed to make a successful transition to the workforce and postsecondary education. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. 25

27 5638CT CTED Business Information Management I, Career and Technical Education for Students with Disabilities Grade Placement Prerequisite Touch System Data Entry or CTED Touch System Data Entry or Pass Proficiency Test; Recommendation of ARD Committee This course provides computer skills for the special needs students. In this course students will apply technical skills to personal or business situations focusing on word processing, spreadsheets, databases, desktop publishing, presentation management, operating systems and emerging technologies. This course provides students with an overview of the various uses of information processing tools and skill development needed to make a successful transition to the workforce and postsecondary education. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. This course may be taken for more than one year up to four years. 9156CT Business Information Management II Prerequisite Business Information Management I (BIM I) or Pass Proficiency Test and Approval Process Students will apply technical skills to address business applications of emerging technologies, create complex word-processing documents, develop sophisticated spreadsheets using charts and graphs, manage and create enhanced data reports and create an electronic presentation using appropriate multimedia software. Students will focus on Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint and computer based certification software. Students are strongly encouraged to take the Microsoft Specialist exams. The course objective is for students to obtain high-level skills in Microsoft Office. Students are responsible for all exam fees and for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. Students will receive advanced grade points for this course. 9173CT Business Law Students analyze the social responsibility of business and industry regarding the significant issues relating to the legal environment, business ethics, torts, contracts, negotiable financial instruments, personal property, sales, warranties, concept of agency and employment, business organizations and real property. Students apply technical skills to address business applications of contemporary legal issues. Students apply skills learned when participating in a mock trial. 26

28 9182CT Virtual Business Grade Placement Prerequisite Touch System Data Entry or Pass Proficiency Test and Approval Process 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. Students will be able to identify steps needed to locate customers, set fees, and develop client contracts. Student will be able to provide administrative, creative, and technical services using advanced technological modes of communication and data delivery. The student builds a functional website that incorporates the essentials of a virtual business. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. 9168CT Global Business This course provides students with an understanding of cultural diversity, the global economy, and the international business environment. The content and activities of the course allow students to develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to work in a global marketplace. Students will also have opportunities to work collaboratively and give presentations based on research gathered on international business projects. 9181CT Human Resources Management This course introduces the primary concepts of human resources management. Topics covered include human resource planning, employment laws, recruitment, selection, motivation training and development, reward systems, discipline, current trends, and professional careers. 9180CT Problems and Solutions in Business, Finance and Information Technology Grade Placement Credit /2-1 Unit Recommended Prerequisite..... Completion of at least Two Courses in the Chosen Career Concentration Coherent Sequence and Approval Process A project-based course for students to research a real-world problem that is developed by the student and supervised by the teacher and a professional mentor panel. The original research project provides opportunities for an in-depth study of at least one aspect of the business, finance, and information technology career clusters. The student shall demonstrate the ability to conduct in-depth research through the utilization of a variety of resources, advanced technology, and communication skills in the development and presentation of a professional quality project to an appropriate audience. The project shall be judged by a panel of professionals in the field that is the focus of the project. Students may be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. This project-based course may allow a student to meet one of the advanced measures for the Distinguished Achievement Program. Students will receive advanced grade points for this class. 27

29 9 The following programs of study are available within the Education & Training cluster: Administration & Administrative Support Professional Support Services Teaching/Training 28

30 9333CT Instructional Practices in Education and Training Credit Units Prerequisite Approval Process Recommended prerequisite Student able to read on at least 8 th grade level. Instructional Practices in Education and Training is a field-based internship that provides students with background knowledge of child and adolescent development as well as principles of effective teaching and training practices. Students will work under the joint direction and supervision of both a Family and Consumer Sciences teacher with the knowledge of early childhood education and a field-site teacher. Fieldsite teachers are certified mentor teachers that are recommended by their campus administrators. Students are placed at either the elementary or intermediate school level with a field-site teacher. Students learn to plan and direct individualized instruction and group activities, prepare instructional materials, develop materials for educational environments, assist with record keeping, and complete other responsibilities of teachers, trainers, paraprofessionals, or other educational personnel. Students will be responsible for providing their own transportation to their assigned sites. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. 9334CT Practicum in Education and Training Grade Placement Credit Units Prerequisite Instructional Practices in Education and Training and Approval Process This course is a continuation of the course, Instructional Practices in Education and Training. It is a fieldbased internship that provides students with background knowledge of child and adolescent development as well as principles of effective teaching and training practices. Students will work under the joint direction and supervision of both a Family and Consumer Sciences teacher with the knowledge of early childhood education and a field-site teacher. Field-site teachers are certified mentor teachers that are recommended by their campus administrators. Students are placed at either the elementary or intermediate school level with a field-site teacher. Students learn to plan and direct individualized instruction and group activities, prepare instructional materials, develop materials for educational environments, assist with record keeping, and complete other responsibilities of teachers, trainers, paraprofessionals, or other educational personnel. Students will be responsible for providing their own transportation to their assigned sites. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. An Educational Aide Certificate Level I will be earned during this second year course. 29

31 The following programs of study are available within the Finance cluster: Banking and Related Services Business Financial Management Financial and Investment Planning Insurance Services 30

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