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1 PROGRAMS OF STUDY TABLE OF CONTENTS Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources 5 Agriculture Biotechnology 6 Agriculture Communications.8 Agritechnology..10 Animal Science & Services.12 Aquaculture.14 Forestry..16 Horticulture Science & Services 18 Technical Agricultural Operations 20 Veterinary Assisting..22 Architecture and Construction.24 Architectual Drafting.25 Building Construction 27 Cabinetmaking..29 Carpentry..31 Drafting..33 Plumbing Technology..35 1

2 Arts, Audio Visual, Technology, and Communications.37 3-D Animation Technology 38 Commercial Art Technology.40 Digital Cinema Production.42 Digital Design..44 Fashion Technology & Design Services.46 Interior Design Services 48 Journalism.50 Television Production..52 Business, Management, and Administration..54 Accounting Applications.55 Administrative Office Specialist.57 Business Management and Analysis.59 International Business.61 Education and Training...63 Early Childhood Education.64 Principles of Teaching..66 Engineering and Technology. 68 Aerospace Technologies...69 Applied Engineering Technology..71 Applied Robotics 73 Communications Technology..75 Engineering Pathways (PLTW).77 Maritime..79 Production Technology.81 Finance.83 Finance.84 2

3 Government and Public Administration.86 Air Force JROTC.87 Army JROTC.89 Marine JROTC.91 Navy JROTC..93 Health Science..95 Biomedical Sciences..96 Dental Aide.. 98 Electrocardiograph Aide Emergency Medical Responder.102 Health and Wellness..104 Medical Laboratory Assisting 106 Nursing Assisting..108 Pharmacy Technician.110 Hospitality and Tourism..112 Culinary Arts.113 Hospitality & Tourism Human Service..117 Barbering 118 Cosmetology..120 Information Technology.122 Applied Information Technology.123 Computer Systems Information Technology (CSIT) Game Simulation Animation Visual Design

4 Web Development.129 Law, Public Safety, and Service.131 Criminal Justice Operations.132 Introduction to Fire Fighting 134 Manufacturing.136 Machining Technology Welding Technology Fundamentals.139 Marketing Sales and Service..141 Customer Service Representative.142 E-Commerce Marketing 144 Entrepreneurship..146 Fashion Marketing.148 Marketing Sports, Recreation, and Entertainment Marketing 152 Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics.154 Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing.155 Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair Medium and Heavy Duty Truck and Bus Technician.159 4

5 AGRICULTURE, FOOD, AND NATURAL RESOURCES 5

6 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources CTE Program: Agriculture Biotechnology ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Agriculture Biotechnology ENGLISH MATH Industry Certification: Agricultural Biotechnology (FLFBR002) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweight state GPA * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Agriscience Foundations Human Geography AP or other Elective th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 year university) Agriculture Biotechnology 2 Directed Studies/ Agribusiness Cooperative Education English 3 or English 11 th 3 Honors or AP English English 4 or English 12 th 4 Honors or AP English Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 2 year university) Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Agriculture Biotechnology 3 Animal Biotechnology/ Plant Biotechnology

7 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) at this time. Farmer, Greenhouse Worker, Crop Farm Manager, Custom Hay/Silage Operator COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Ornamental Horticulture Technology AA with Agriculture Emphasis Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Agriculture Journalist, Biotechnology Lab Assistant, Crop Farm Manager, Tree Surgeon, Greenhouse Manager UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Plant Biotechnology Animal Biotechnology Forestry Soil & Water Biology Cellular and Molecular Biology Agriculture Educators, Bioinformatics Specialist, Biotechnology Research Scientist, Plant Pathologist, Plant Genetics, Education & Extension Specialist, Botanists, Commodity Marketing Specialist, Forest Geneticists available at this time. Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS at this time. Career and Technical Student Organization FFA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations at this time. Additional Industry Certifications Agritechnology Certification (FLFBR001) Scholarship Opportunities: Gold Seal/ Bright Futures Scholarships. Research individual colleges which may offer their own scholarships. Students entering ninth grade prior to the school year, should see their school counselor for information regarding the Biotechnology Program..

8 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources CTE Program: Agricultural Communications ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Agribusiness Systems ENGLISH MATH Industry Certification: Ag Communications Certification (FLFBR003) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four year university) CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA. * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program. * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Agriscience Foundations 1 Human Geography AP or other Elective th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 Agricultural Communications 2 Agribusiness Cooperative Education English 3 or English 11 th 3 Honors or AP English English 4 or English 12 th 4 Honors or AP English Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Agricultural Communications 3 Directed Studies/ Agribusiness Cooperative Education

9 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) available at this time. AA with Agricultural Emphasis Agriculture Education and Communication Food and Resource Economics Advertising Mass Communications Public Relations Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Web design assistant, Commercial Art Photographer, Digital, Still, Video, Film available at this time. Social Media Field Communications, Social Media Relations, Photographer, Agriculture Journalist, Researcher, Advertising Manager/Designer Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. Agriculture Advertising, Telecommunications, Communications Specialist, Public Affairs Specialist, Technical Writer and Editor, Foreign Agriculture Affairs Specialist, Extension Specialist, Publicist, Advertising/Marketing Executive PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS at this time. Career and Technical Student Organization FFA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations at this time. Additional Industry Certifications Scholarship Opportunities: Gold Seal/ Bright Futures Scholarships. Research individual colleges which may offer their own scholarships. Students entering ninth grade prior to the school year, should see their school counselor for information regarding the Agricultural Communications Program.

10 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources CTE Program: Agritechnology ( ) Industry Certification: Agritechnology Certification (FLFBR001) Career Cluster Pathway: Agribusiness Systems Career Path ENGLISH MATH 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Agriscience Foundations Human Geography AP or other Elective th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 Agritechnology 1 Plant Biotechnology English 3 or English 11 th 3 Honors or AP English Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History World 2 Agritechnology 2 Animal Biotechnology English 4 or English 12 th 4 Honors or AP English Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Directed Studies/ Agribusiness Cooperative Education

11 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) available at this time. COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Environmental Science Technology AA with Agricultural Emphasis UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Food & Resource Economics Agricultural Operations Management Packaging Science Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Data Entry, Agriculture Sales, Livestock Rancher/ Breeder, Sales Representative, Dairy/ Beef Herd Manager, Feed & Supply Store Customer Service Agricultural Products Buyer/ Dealer, Animal Health Products Distributor, Farm Manager, Feed/Supply Store Manager, Product Sales Representative, Sales Manager Agricultural Commodity Banker, Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Lender, Agricultural Products Buyer/Dealer, Bank/Loan Officer, Farm Investment Manager, Field Sales Representative, Insurance Company/ Government Program, USDA Representative Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities available at this time. Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS at this time. Scholarship Opportunities: Gold Seal/ Bright Futures Scholarships. Research individual colleges which may offer their own scholarships. Career and Technical Student Organization FFA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations at this time. Additional Industry Certifications

12 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources CTE Program: Animal Science & Services ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Animal Systems Career Path Industry Certification: Animal Science Certification (FLFBR005) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS ENGLISH MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Agriscience Foundations Human Geography AP or other Elective th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors English 3 or English 11 th 3 Honors or AP English English 4 or English 12 th 4 Honors or AP English Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 1 World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Animal Science & Services 2/ Animal Science & Services 3 Animal Science & Service 4/Animal Science & Services 5 Animal Science & Services 6 Directed Studies/ Agribusiness Cooperative Education

13 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) at this time. COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Veterinary Technician Livestock Producer AS with Agricultural Emphasis UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Agriculture Education Food and Resource Economics Animal Health Salesperson, Feed Sales, Specialist, Dairy Producer, Livestock Buyer Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Al Technicians, Veterinary Technicians, Livestock Producers, Livestock Buyer Agricultural Education, Animal Scientist, USDA Inspectors, Feedlot Specialist, Animal Nutritionist, Aquaculturalist, Embryo Technologists, Livestock Geneticists available at this time. Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. at this time. Career and Technical Student Organization FFA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations at this time. Additional Industry Certifications Scholarship Opportunities: Gold Seal/ Bright Futures Scholarships. Research individual colleges which may offer their own scholarships. at this time.

14 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources CTE Program: Aquaculture ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Animal Systems Career Path ENGLISH Industry Certification: Agritechnology Certification (FLFBR001) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Agriscience Foundations Human Geography AP or other Elective th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 Aquaculture 2 Environmental Resource 4H English 3 or English 11 th 3 Honors or AP English English 4 or English 12 th 4 Honors or AP English Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Aquaculture 3 Directed Studies/ Agribusiness Cooperative Education

15 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) at this time. AS with Agricultural Emphasis Wildlife Ecology & Conservation Microbiology & Cell Science Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Fish Hatchery Worker, Fishing Vessel Operator, Feed/ Supply Clerk Fisheries Technician, Fish Hatchery Manager, Animal Health Products Distributor, Feed/ Supply Store Manager, Field Service Representative, Water Quality Technician Fisheries Technician, Fish Hatchery Manger, Fish and Game Officer, Microbiologist, Biologist, Fisheries Research Manager, Water Quality Specialist, Fish Breeder/ Geneticists Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities available at this time. Hillsborough Community College 9 credits to Aquaculture AS at this time. Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. Career and Technical Student Organization FFA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations at this time. Additional Industry Certifications Scholarship Opportunities: Gold Seal/ Bright Futures Scholarships. Research individual colleges which may offer their own scholarships. Agricultural Biotechnology (FLFBR002)

16 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources CTE Program: Forestry ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Natural Resources Systems Career Path Industry Certification: Agritechnology Certification (FLFBR001) ENGLISH 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four year university) CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Agriscience Foundations Human Geography AP or other Elective th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 year university) Forestry & Natural Resources 2 Ecology/ Directed Study English 3 or English 11 th 3 Honors or AP English Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History World 2 year university) Forestry & Natural Resources 3 Agribusiness Cooperative Education English 4 or English 12 th 4 Honors or AP English Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Forestry 4

17 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) at this time. COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Environmental Science Technology AA with Agricultural Emphasis AA in Forestry UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Forestry Resources & Conservation Soil & Water Science Geomatics Agronomy Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Commercial Fisherman, Fish Hatchery Manager, Lawn Maintenance Forestry Technician, Tree Nursery Worker, Tree Breeder, Tree Surgeon, Tree Service Operator, Manager Fish and Game Officer, Forester, Water Quality Technician, Soil Technician, Agronomist, Wildlife Manager, Soil Geologist, Land/ Forest Surveyor, Ecologist Park Manager, National Park Manager Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities available at this time. Hillsborough Community College - in Environmental Science Technology at this time. Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS at this time. Career and Technical Student Organization FFA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations at this time. Additional Industry Certifications at the time. Scholarship Opportunities: Gold Seal/ Bright Futures Scholarships. Research individual colleges which may offer their own scholarships.

18 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources CTE Program: Horticulture Science & Services ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Plant Systems Career Path Industry Certification: Certified Horticulture Professional (FNGLA001), Agriculture Technician Certification (FLFBR001) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS ENGLISH MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Agriscience Foundations Human Geography AP or other Elective th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 Introductory Horticulture 2/ Horticulture Science 3 English 3 or English 11 th 3 Honors or AP English English 4 or English 12 th 4 Honors or AP English Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Horticulture Science & Service 4/Horticulture Science & Services 5 Horticulture Sciences & Services 6 Directed Study/ Agribusiness Cooperative Education

19 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) at this time. COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Environmental Science Technology AA with Agricultural Emphasis Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Environmental Horticulture Horticulture Science Landscape & Nursery Horticulture Golf & Sports Turf Management Horticulture & Landscape Horticulture Nursery Worker, Lawn Maintenance Worker, Crop Farmer, Rancher, Sales Representative Greenhouse Manger, Crop Farm Manager, Golf Course Maintenance, Sales Representative, Plant Breeder, Lawn Service Manager, Floral Design Plant Geneticist, Plant Breeder, Plant Pathologist, Forest Geneticist, Soil Specialist, Golf Course Manager, Agriculture Educator, Agriculture Journalist, Floral Design Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities available at this time. Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS at this time. Scholarship Opportunities: Gold Seal/ Bright Futures Scholarships. Research individual colleges which may offer their own scholarships. Career and Technical Student Organization FFA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations at this time. Additional Industry Certifications at this time.

20 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources CTE Program: Technical Agricultural Operations ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Power, Structural & Technical Systems Industry Certification: Ag Mechanics Certification (FLFBR004) Career Path 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS ENGLISH MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors English 3 or English 11 th 3 Honors or AP English English 4 or English 12 th 4 Honors or AP English Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology Physical Science or AP Chemistry US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) World History or World History Honors or AP World History US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) World 1 World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Agriscience Foundations Technical Agricultural Operations 2/ Technical Agricultural Operations 3 Technical Agricultural Operations 4 Technical Agricultural Operations 5 Human Geography AP or other Elective Directed Studies/ Agribusiness Cooperative Education

21 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) Applied Welding, Industrial Machinery Maintenance & Repair COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) AA with Agricultural Emphasis Environmental Science Technology UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Agricultural & Biological Engineering Landscape & Nursery Horticulture Golf & Sport Turf Management Geomatics Equipment Sales, Equipment Repair & Maintenance, Machine Operator, Welder Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Machine Operator, Welder, Database Operator, Communications Technician, Machine Technician, Electronics System Technician, GPS Technician, Recycling Technician, Machinist, Heavy Equipment Maintenance Technician, Golf Course/ Lawn Maintenance Equipment Technician GPS Specialist, Information Lab Specialist, Agriculture Engineer Geomatics/ Surveyor Agricultural Applications Software Developer available at this time. Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS at this time. Scholarship Opportunities: Gold Seal/ Bright Futures Scholarships. Research individual colleges which may offer their own scholarships. Career and Technical Student Organization FFA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations at this time. Additional Industry Certifications Agritechnology Certification (FLFBR001)

22 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources CTE Program: Veterinary Assisting ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Animal Systems Career Path Industry Certification: Certified Veterinary Assistant (FLVMA002) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS ENGLISH MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Veterinary Assisting 1 Human Geography AP or other Elective th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors English 3 or English 11 th 3 Honors or AP English English 4 or English 12 th 4 Honors or AP English Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 1 World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Veterinary Assisting 2/ Veterinary Assisting 3 Veterinary Assisting 4 Veterinary Assisting 5 Directed Studies/ Agribusiness Cooperative Education

23 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) Veterinary Assisting Aparicio- Levy Technical Center COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Veterinary Technician Veterinary Technology UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Animal Science, Veterinary Medicine Sciences, Veterinary Medicine Doctorate, Animal Biotechnologist, Livestock Geneticists, Animal Nutritionist Veterinary Assistant, Livestock Buyer, Livestock Producer Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Veterinary Technician, Artificial Insemination Technician, Livestock Buyer, Livestock Producer, Pet Shop Operator, Aquaculturalist, Dairy Producer Agriculture Education, Veterinary Medicine Doctorate, Animal Scientists, Animal Nutritionist, Livestock Geneticists, Wildlife Biologists, Zoologist available at this time. Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Hillsborough Community College to Veterinary Technology Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. at this time. Career and Technical Student Organization FFA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations at this time. Additional Industry Certifications at this time. Scholarship Opportunities: Gold Seal/ Bright Futures Scholarships. Research individual colleges which may offer their own scholarships.

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25 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Architecture & Construction CTE Program: Architectural Drafting ( ) Industry Certification: Autodesk Certified Associate AutoCAD Career Cluster Pathway: Design/ Pre-construction Career Path (ADESK002), (ADESK011), (ADESK021),(ADESK023) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS ENGLISH MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Drafting 1 Human Geography AP or other Elective th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 Drafting 2 Drafting 3 English 3 or English 11 th 3 Honors or AP English English 4 or English 12 th 4 Honors or AP English Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Drafting 4 Architectural Drafting 5 Architectural Drafting 6

26 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) Architectural Drafting Mechanical Drafting COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Architectural Design/ Construction Tech Engineering Technology Drafting and Design Technology UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Architecture Engineering Construction Management Architectural and Civil Drafter, Computer Aided Drafter (CAD), Drafter: Electrical and Electronic, Environmental Designer, Landscape Designer, Mechanical Drafter, Surveying and Mapping Technician Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Architectural and Civil Drafter, Civil Engineering Technician, Computer Aided Drafter: Electrical and Electronic, Engineering Technician, Environmental Design, Environmental Engineering Technician, Interior Designer, Landscape Designer, Mechanical Drafter, Surveying and Mapping Technician, Surveyor Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Industrial Engineer, Landscape Architect, Constructions Manager, Architect, Construction Superintendent, Civil Engineer, Environmental Engineer available at this time. Hillsborough Community College 6 credits to AS Degree in Architectural Design and Construction Tech at this time. Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS at this time. Scholarship Opportunities: Gold Seal/ Bright Futures Scholarships. Research individual colleges which may offer their own scholarships. Career and Technical Student Organization Skills USA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations at this time. Additional Industry Certifications at this time.

27 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Architecture & Construction CTE Program: Building Construction Technologies ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Construction Career Path Industry Certification: NCCER Carpentry Level 1 (NCCER005), NCCER Construction Tech (NCCER008) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS ENGLISH MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors English 3 or English 11 th 3 Honors or AP English English 4 or English 12 th 4 Honors or AP English Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology Physical Science or Chemistry Honors or AP Chemistry Chemistry Honors or US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) World History or World History Honors or AP World History US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) World 1 year university) World 2 year university) Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Building and Construction Technologies 1 Building and Construction Technologies 2 Building and Construction Technologies 3 Building and Construction Technologies 4 Building Construction 5 Human Geography AP or other Elective

28 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) Construction Electricity Plumbing Air Conditioning Drafting Manufacturing COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Architecture Engineering Technology Construction Technology Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Carpenter, Carpet Installer, Concrete Finishers, Drywall Installer, Electrician, Glazier, Insulation Worker, Painter, Pipe Fitter, Plasterer/Drywall, Plumber, Roofer, Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installer, Sheet Metal Worker, Tile and Marble Setter Learey Technical Center- Various Apprenticeships related to construction: contact technical center advisement for details Electrician, Facilities Technician, Manufacturing Technician, Materials Lab & Supply Technician, Quality Technician, Survey Technician, Technical Sales Manager, Technical Writer Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Architecture Engineering Construction Management Architect, Construction Manager, Drafter, Electrical Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Civil Engineer, Quality Engineer PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS at this time. Career and Technical Student Organization Skills USA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations at this time. Additional Industry Certifications at this time. Scholarship Opportunities: Gold Seal/ Bright Futures Scholarships. Research individual colleges which may offer their own scholarships.

29 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Architecture & Construction CTE Program: Cabinetmaking ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Construction Career Path ENGLISH MATH Industry Certification: NCCER Carpentry Level 1 (NCCER005) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Cabinetmaking 1 Human Geography AP or other Elective th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 Cabinetmaking 2 English 3 or English 11 th 3 Honors or AP English English 4 or English 12 th 4 Honors or AP English Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Cabinet Making 3 Cabinetmaking 4 Cabinetmaking 5

30 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) Construction Electricity Plumbing Air Conditioning Drafting Manufacturing COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Architecture Engineering Technology Construction Technology Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Architecture Engineering Construction Management Carpenter, Concrete Finishers, Drywall Installer, Electrician, Glazier, Insulation Worker, Painter, Plasterer/Drywall, Roofer Facilities Technician, Manufacturing Technician, Materials Lab & Supply Technician, Quality Technician, Survey Technician, Technical Sales Manager, Technical Writer Architect, Construction Manager, Drafter, Electrical Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Civil Engineer, Quality Engineer Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Erwin Technical College: (PSAV) (Minimum # of clock hours Learey Technical Center- Various Apprenticeships related to construction: contact technical center advisement for details Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS at this time. Career and Technical Student Organization Skills USA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations at this time. Additional Industry Certifications at this time. Scholarship Opportunities: Gold Seal/ Bright Futures Scholarships. Research individual colleges which may offer their own scholarships..

31 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Architecture & Construction CTE Program: Carpentry ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Construction Career Path ENGLISH MATH Industry Certification: NCCER Carpentry Level 1 (NCCER005) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors English 3 or English 11 th 3 Honors or AP English English 4 or English 12 th 4 Honors or AP English Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology Physical Science or AP Chemistry US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) World History or World History Honors or AP World History US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) World 1 World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Carpentry 1 Carpentry 2 Carpentry 3 Carpentry 4 Carpentry 5 Human Geography AP or other Elective

32 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) Construction Electricity Plumbing Air Conditioning Drafting Manufacturing COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Architecture Engineering Technology Construction Technology Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Architecture Engineering Construction Management Carpenter, Drywall Installer, Electrician, Glazier, Insulation Worker, Painter, Plasterer/Drywall, Roofer Electrician, Facilities Technician, Manufacturing Technician, Materials Lab & Supply Technician, Quality Technician, Survey Technician, Technical Sales Manager, Technical Writer Architect, Construction Manager, Drafter, Electrical Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Civil Engineer, Quality Engineer Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Erwin Technical College: (PSAV) (Minimum # of clock hours Learey Technical Center- Various Apprenticeships related to construction: contact technical center advisement for details Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS at this time. Career and Technical Student Organization Skills USA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations at this time. Additional Industry Certifications Scholarship Opportunities: Gold Seal/ Bright Futures Scholarships. Research individual colleges which may offer their own scholarships.

33 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Architecture & Construction CTE Program: Drafting ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Design/ Pre-construction Career Path ENGLISH MATH Industry Certification: Autodesk Certified Associate AutoCAD (ADESK002), (ADESK011), (ADESK021), (ADESK023) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Drafting 1 Human Geography AP or other Elective th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 Drafting 2 English 3 or English 11 th 3 Honors or AP English English 4 or English 12 th 4 Honors or AP English Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Drafting 3 Drafting 4

34 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) Architectural Drafting Mechanical Drafting COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Architectural Design/ Construction Tech Engineering Technology Drafting and Design Technology UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Architecture Engineering Construction Management Architectural and Civil Drafter, Computer Aided Drafter (CAD), Drafter: Electrical and Electronic, Environmental Designer, Landscape Designer, Mechanical Drafter, Surveying and Mapping Technician Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Architectural and Civil Drafter, Civil Engineering Technician, Computer Aided Drafter: Electrical and Electronic, Engineering Technician, Environmental Design, Environmental Engineering Technician, Interior Designer, Landscape Designer, Mechanical Drafter, Surveying and Mapping Technician, Surveyor Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Industrial Engineer, Landscape Architect, Constructions Manager, Architect, Construction Superintendent, Civil Engineer, Environmental Engineer available at this time. at this time. PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS at this time. Scholarship Opportunities: Gold Seal/ Bright Futures Scholarships. Research individual colleges which may offer their own scholarships. Career and Technical Student Organization Skills USA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations at this time. Additional Industry Certifications at this time.

35 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Engineering & Technology Education CTE Program: Plumbing Technology ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Construction Career Path ENGLISH MATH Industry Certification: NCCER Plumbing Level 2 (NCCER069) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Plumbing Tech 1 Plumbing Tech 2 Human Geography AP or other Elective th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 Plumbing Tech 3 Plumbing Tech 4 English 3 or English 11 th 3 Honors or AP English English 4 or English 12 th 4 Honors or AP English Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Plumbing Tech 5 Plumbing Tech 6 Plumbing Tech 7

36 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) Plumbing Technology COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Plumbing and Pipefitting (Apprenticeship program) UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Architecture Engineering Construction Management Helpers Pipelayers Plumbers, Pipefitters, Steamfitters Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Pipelayers Plumbers, Pipefitters, Steamfitters, Construction Manager Industrial Engineer, Architect, Construction Management, Construction Superintendent, Civil Engineer, Environmental Engineer Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Secondary to Technical Center (PSAV) Erwin Technical College Secondary to College Credit Certificate or Degree Hillsborough Community College: Architectural Design and Construction Technology: contact college advisement for number of credits Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS at this time Career and Technical Student Organization Skills USA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations at this time. Additional Industry Certifications at this time.

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38 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools Career Cluster: Arts, A/V Technology & Communication Career Cluster Pathway: Audio/Video Technology & Film ENGLISH STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR CTE Program: 3D Animation Technology Industry Certification: Adobe Certified Associate Flash (ADOBE011) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) 3D Animation 1 Digital Design 1 th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 3D Animation 2 Digital Design 2 11 th English 3 or English 3 Honors 12 th English 4 or English 4 Honors Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) 3D Animation 3 Digital Design 3 3D Animation 4 Digital Design 4

39 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) Digital Design COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Hillsborough Community College- Business Administration Marketing Graphic / Design Print UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) University of South Florida- B.A. Digital Art and Design Computer Animation Game Art Information Technology Assistant, Production Assistant Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Graphic Design Artist, Video Editor, Digital Assistant Designer 2D/3D Graphic Artist Motion Graphic Artist Multimedia Artist and Animator Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Secondary to Technical Center (PSAV) Secondary to College Credit Certificate or Degree (Minimum # of clock or credit hours awarded) PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. Career and Technical Student Organization FBLA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations Additional Industry Certifications Certified Internet Web Site Development Associate (CIW PROSO020), Autodesk Certified Associate (AutoCAD ADESK016)

40 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Arts, A/V Technology & Communication CTE Program: Commercial Art Technology ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Audio/Video Technology & Film ENGLISH MATH Industry Certification: Adobe Certified Associate, Photoshop (ADOBE005) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program A student must earn a passing score on Algebra all statewide 1a & 1b required or assessments. Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology th English 1 or 9 Honors or AP English 1 Honors Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Commercial Art Technology 1 Commercial Art Technology 2 th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 Commercial Art Technology 3 Commercial Art Technology 4 11 th English 3 or English 3 Honors 12 th English 4 or English 4 Honors Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Commercial Art Technology 5 Commercial Art Technology 6 Commercial Art Technology 7 Commercial Art Technology 8

41 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) Digital Design COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Business Administration Marketing Graphic / Design Print UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Digital Art and Design Bachelor s Computer Animation Bachelor s Game Art Bachelor s Business Administration Bachelor s, Master s and Ph.D. Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Graphic Designer, Information Technology Assistant, Production Assistant Graphic Design Artist, Video Editor, Digital Assistant Designer 2D/3D Graphic Artist Motion Graphic Artist Multimedia Artist and Animator Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Secondary to Technical Center (PSAV) Secondary to College Credit Certificate or Degree (Minimum # of clock or credit hours awarded) Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS Career and Technical Student Organization Scholarship Opportunities: Gold Seal/ Bright Futures Scholarships. Research individual colleges which may offer their own scholarships. Skills USA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations Business Cooperative Learning OJT Additional Certifications Adobe Certified Associate, Dreamweaver ADOBE010 and Premiere ADOBE018

42 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Arts, A/V Technology & Communication CTE Program: Digital Cinema Production ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Audio/Video Technology & Film Industry Certification: Adobe Certified Associate (Premiere ADOBE018) ENGLISH MATH 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program A student must earn a passing score Algebra on all statewide 1a & 1b required or assessments. Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology th English 1 or 9 Honors or AP English 1 Honors Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Digital Cinema 1 Digital Cinema 2 TV Production 1 th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 Digital Cinema 3 Digital Cinema 4 TV Production 2 11 th English 3 or English 3 Honors 12 th English 4 or English 4 Honors Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Digital Cinema 5 Digital Cinema 6 Digital Cinema 7 TV Production 3

43 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) Digital Design Web Design Television Production COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Graphic Design/Multimedia Graphic Design/Print Multimedia Technology Digital Media/Multimedia Digital Media/Video UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Mass Communications B.S. degree Journalism B.A. degree Radio-Television B.A. degree Audio-Video Operator Broadcast Technician Control Room Technician Design Director Light Director Web Design Assistant Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Producer Researcher Advertising Manager Advertising Designer Reporter Writer Editor Broadcast Anchor Radio and Television Announcer Station Manager Secondary to Technical Center (PSAV) at this time. Career and Technical Student Organization Skills USA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations at this time. Additional Certifications APPLE Final Cut Pro (APPLE016) Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Secondary to College Credit Certificate or Degree (Minimum # of clock or credit hours awarded) Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS

44 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools 9 STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Arts, A/V Technology & Communication CTE Program: Digital Design ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Audio/Video Technology & Film ENGLISH MATH Industry Certification: Adobe Certified Associate Flash (ADOBE011) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS OTHER REQUIRED SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program th English 1 or English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Applied Computer and Business Skills 1 AND Applied Business and Computer Skills 2 OR Computing for College and Careers OR Introduction to Information Technology Business and Entrepreneurial Principles 10 th English 2 or English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 Digital Design 1 Web Development 1 11 th 12 th English 3 or English 3 Honors English 4 or English 4 Honors Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Digital Design 2 Digital Design 3 Digital Design 4 Web Development 2 Web Development 3

45 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) Digital Design COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Business Administration Marketing Graphic / Design Print UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Digital Art and Design Bachelor s Computer Animation Bachelor s Game Art Bachelor s Business Administration Bachelor s, Master s and Ph.D. Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Graphic Designer, Information Technology Assistant, Production Assistant Graphic Design Artist, Video Editor, Digital Assistant Designer 2D/3D Graphic Artist Motion Graphic Artist Multimedia Artist and Animator Secondary to Technical Center (PSAV) Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Secondary to College Credit Certificate or Degree (Minimum # of clock or credit hours awarded) Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco-Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS Scholarship Opportunities: Gold Seal/ Bright Futures Scholarships. Research individual colleges which may offer their own scholarships. Career and Technical Student Organization FBLA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations Business Cooperative Learning OJT Additional Industry Certifications Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS 3 of 6, MICRO069), Microsoft Office Master (MICRO017), Adobe Certified Associate (Photoshop ADOBE0005, Dreamweaver ADOBE010)

46 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools 9 10 STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Arts, AV Technology and Communications CTE Program: Fashion Technology and Design Services ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Visual Arts ENGLISH Industry Certification: Adobe Illustrator (ADOBE020) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS OTHER REQUIRED MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program th th 11 th 12 th English 1 or English 1 Honors English 2 or English 2 Honors English 3 or English 3 Honors English 4 or English 4 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology Physical Science or AP Chemistry US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) World History or World History Honors or AP World History US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) World 1 World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Design Services Core / Fashion Principles of Fashion Design Pattern Design Techniques Fashion Design Specialist Art Elective Drama Art Elective Drama Personal & Family Finance and Family Dynamics Family, Home, and Consumer Technology

47 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) none none Florida State University B.A. in Fashion Marketing Clothing/Costume Construction Retail Sales Merchandise Manager Custom Sewer Alterations Marketing Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Assistant Buyer Merchandise Manager Retail Sales Supervisor Fashion Illustrator Fashion Writer Fashion Designer Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Senior Buyer Product Developer Apparel Designer Textile Research & Development Textile Designer Pattern Design Secondary to Technical Center (PSAV) Career and Technical Student Organization Secondary to College Credit Certificate or Degree (Minimum # of clock or credit hours awarded) Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Internship/Work Experience Recommendations Additional Industry Certifications none

48 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Arts, AV Technology and Communications CTE Program: Interior Design Services ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Visual Arts ENGLISH Industry Certification: Chief Architect Certified Apprentice (CARCH002) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors 11 th English 3 or English 3 Honors 12 th English 4 or English 4 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology Physical Science or AP Chemistry US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) World History or World History Honors or AP World History US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) World 1 World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Design Services Core / Interior Principles of Interior Design Interior Design Techniques Interior Design Specialist Art Elective Drafting Personal & Family Finance And Family Dynamics Family, Home, and Consumer Technology

49 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) none none Florida State University B.A. in Interior Design University of Florida B.A. in Interior Design Interior Design Assistant Architectural Drafter Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Interior Designer Buyer Product Developer Interior Designer Architect Secondary to Technical Center (PSAV) Career and Technical Student Organization Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Secondary to College Credit Certificate or Degree (Minimum # of clock or credit hours awarded) Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Internship/Work Experience Recommendations Additional Industry Certifications Adobe Certified Associate Photoshop (ADOBE010)

50 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Arts, A/V Technology & Communication CTE Program: Journalism ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Journalism & Broadcasting ENGLISH MATH Industry Certification: Adobe Certified Associate (Premiere ADOBE018) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Journalism 1 Television Production 1 th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 Industrial Communications Computing for College and Careers 11 th English 3 or English 3 Honors 12 th English 4 or English 4 Honors Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Digital Design 1 Web Design or Foundations of Web Design

51 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) Digital Design Web Design Television Production COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Graphic Design/Multimedia Graphic Design/Print Multimedia Technology Digital Media/Multimedia Digital Media/Video UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Mass Communications B.S. degree Journalism B.A. degree Radio-Television B.A. degree Audio-Video Operator Broadcast Technician Control Room Technician Design Director Light Director Web Design Assistant Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Producer Researcher Advertising Manager Advertising Designer Reporter Writer Editor Broadcast Anchor Radio and Television Announcer Station Manager Secondary to Technical Center (PSAV) at this time. Career and Technical Student Organization Skills USA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations at this time. Additional Certifications Adobe Certified Associate InDesign (ADOBE ) Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Secondary to College Credit Certificate or Degree (Minimum # of clock or credit hours awarded) Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS

52 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Arts, A/V Technology & Communication CTE Program: Television Production ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Journalism & Broadcasting ENGLISH MATH Industry Certification: Adobe Certified Associate (Premiere ADOBE018) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Television Production 1 Journalism 1 th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 Television Production 2 Digital Design 1 11 th English 3 or English 3 Honors 12 th English 4 or English 4 Honors Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Television Production 3 Television Production 4

53 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) Digital Design Web Design Television Production COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Graphic Design/Multimedia Graphic Design/Print Multimedia Technology Digital Media/Multimedia Digital Media/Video UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Mass Communications B.S. degree Journalism B.A. degree Radio-Television B.A. degree Audio-Video Operator Broadcast Technician Control Room Technician Design Director Light Director Web Design Assistant Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Producer Researcher Advertising Manager Advertising Designer Reporter Writer Editor Broadcast Anchor Radio and Television Announcer Station Manager Secondary to Technical Center (PSAV) at this time. Career and Technical Student Organization Skills USA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations at this time. Additional Certifications Apple Final Cut Pro (APPLE016) Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Secondary to College Credit Certificate or Degree (Minimum # of clock or credit hours awarded) Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS

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55 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Business, Management, and Administration CTE Program: Accounting Applications ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Accounting Applications ENGLISH MATH Industry Certification: Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS MICRO069) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four year university) CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors 11 th English 3 or English 3 Honors 12 th English 4 or English 4 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology Physical Science or AP Chemistry US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) World History or World History Honors or AP World History US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) World 1 World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Applied Computer and Business Skills 1 AND Applied Computer and Business Skills 2 OR Introduction to Information Technology OR Computing for College and Careers Accounting Applications1 Accounting Applications 2 Accounting Applications 3 Business and Entrepreneurial Principles Legal Aspects of Business Financial Planning

56 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) Customer Assistance Accounting Operations COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Business Administration Accounting Technology Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) University of South Florida- Bachelor s in International Business Bachelor s in Business Administration Master s in Business Administration Ph.D. in Business Administration Information Technology Assistant Bookkeeper Accounting Clerk Accounting Associate Accounting Assistant Accountant Auditor Secondary to Technical Center (PSAV) Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Secondary to College Credit Certificate or Degree (Minimum # of clock or credit hours awarded) Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS Career and Technical Student Organization FBLA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations Business Internship (Recommended) Additional Industry Certifications Microsoft Office Master (MICRO017), Quickbooks Certified User (INTUT001)

57 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Business, Management, and Administration CTE Program: Administrative Office Specialist ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Administrative & Information Support Industry Certification: Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS MICRO069) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS OTHER REQUIRED ENGLISH MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four year university) CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. * * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program 9 10 th th 11 th 12 th English 1 or English 1 Honors English 2 or English 2 Honors English 3 or English 3 Honors English 4 or English 4 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology Physical Science or AP Chemistry US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) World History or World History Honors or AP World History US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) World 1 World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Computer and Business Skills 1 AND Computer and Business Skills 2 OR Introduction to Information Technology OR Computing for College and Careers Administrative Office Technology 1 Business Software Applications 1 Digital Design 1 Administrative Office Technology 2 Administrative Office Technology 3 Business Software Applications 2

58 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) Customer Assistance Accounting Operations Information Technology Assistant Bookkeeper Accounting Clerk COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Business Administration Accounting Technology Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Accounting Associate Accounting Assistant UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) University of South Florida- Bachelor s in International Business Bachelor s in Business Administration Master s in Business Administration Ph.D. in Business Administration Accountant Auditor Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Secondary to Technical Center (PSAV) Secondary to College Credit Certificate or Degree (Minimum # of clock or credit hours awarded) Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS Career and Technical Student Organization Scholarship Opportunities: Gold Seal/ Bright Futures Scholarships. Research individual colleges which may offer their own scholarships. FBLA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations Additional Industry Certifications Microsoft Office Master (MICRO017)

59 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Business, Management, and Administration CTE Program: Business Management and Analysis ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Management Industry Certification: Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS 3 of 6) (MICRO069) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS OTHER REQUIRED ENGLISH MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four year university) CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors 11 th English 3 or English 3 Honors 12 th English 4 or English 4 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology Physical Science or AP Chemistry US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) World History or World History Honors or AP World History US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) World 1 World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Applied Computer and Business Skills 1 AND Applied Computer and Business Skills 2 OR Introduction to Information Technology OR Computing for College and Careers Business and Entrepreneurial Principles Accounting Applications 1 Management and Human Resources Business Analysis Legal Aspect of Business

60 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) Customer Assistance Accounting Operations COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Business Administration Accounting Technology UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) University of South Florida- Bachelor s in International Business Bachelor s, Master s, Ph.D. in Business Administration Information Technology Assistant, Computer Support Specialist Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Supervisor/Manager Trainee, Business Operations Specialist, Operations Manager Supervisor, Administrative Services Manager, Sales Manager, General Manager Secondary to Technical Center (PSAV) Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Secondary to College Credit Certificate or Degree (Minimum # of clock or credit hours awarded) Hillsborough Community College 3 Credits to Business Administration and Management Program AS PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. Career and Technical Student Organization FBLA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations Business Internship (Recommended) Additional Industry Certifications Microsoft Office Master (MICRO017)

61 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools 9 10 STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Business, Management, and Administration CTE Program: International Business ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Business Analysis ENGLISH Industry Certification: Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS MICRO069) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS OTHER REQUIRED MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program th th 11 th 12 th English 1 or English 1 Honors English 2 or English 2 Honors English 3 or English 3 Honors English 4 or English 4 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology Physical Science or AP Chemistry US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) World History or World History Honors or AP World History US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) World 1 World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Computer and Business Skills 1 AND Computer and Business Skills 2 OR Introduction to Informational Technology OR Computing for College and Careers Accounting Applications 1 International Business Systems International Finance and Law Business and Entrepreneuria l Principles Digital Design 1 Foundations of Web Design

62 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) Business Administration COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Hillsborough Community College- Business Administration, International Business UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) University of South Florida- Bachelor s, Master s, Ph.D. in International Business, Business Administration Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Information Technology Assistant Computer User Support Specialist Computer Systems Analyst Supervisor/Manager Trainee Business Operations Specialist General and Operations Manager Supervisor Sales Manager International Account Manager Secondary to Technical Center (PSAV) Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Secondary to College Credit Certificate or Degree (Minimum # of clock or credit hours awarded) Hillsborough Community College 3 Credits in Business Administration and Management, Or in Business Administration and International Business Management PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. Career and Technical Student Organization FBLA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations Additional Industry Certifications Microsoft Office Master (MICRO017)

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64 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Education and Training CTE Program: Early Childhood Education ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Teaching and Training ENGLISH Industry Certification: Child Development Associate (CPREC001) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Early Childhood Education 1 Child Development and Parenting Skills th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 Early Childhood Education 2 Family Dynamics And Personal & Family Finance 11 th English 3 or English 3 Honors 12 th English 4 or English 4 Honors Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Early Childhood Education 3 Early Childhood Education 4 Nutrition & Wellness And Principles of Food Preparation Family, Home & Consumer Technology

65 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) Early Childhood Education Early Childhood Management Child Care Apprentice Program of Hillsborough County GNJ COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Early Childhood Management Child Care Provider Childhood Development Childhood Development and Education UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Child Development (B.S.) Early Childhood Education (B.S.) School Counseling and Guidance (M.S.) Elementary Education (B.S.) Preschool/Pre- Kindergarten Teacher Childcare Center Director School Age Care Coordinator Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Preschool/Pre-kindergarten Teacher Childcare Center Director Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Teacher School Psychologist Guidance Counselor Secondary to Technical Center (PSAV) Brewster Technical College, Pinellas Technical Education Center: Early Childhood Education (contact technical center advisement for number of clock hours) Career and Technical Student Organization Secondary to College Credit Certificate or Degree (Minimum # of clock or credit hours awarded) Hillsborough Community College: Early Childhood Management : 9 credits Manatee Community College: Childhood Development: 12 credits St. Petersburg College: Childhood Development and Education: contact college advisement for number of credits Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS Hillsborough Community College: Child Care Center Management; Early Childhood Management: 9 credits Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Internship/Work Experience Recommendations Onsite preschool provides students the opportunity to participate in internship experience. Students are also able to work outside the school in child care facilities within the county. Additional Industry Certifications

66 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Education and Training CTE Program: Principles of Teaching ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Professional Support Services ENGLISH Industry Certification: Microsoft Office Suite (MOS 3 of 6) (MICRO069) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Introduction to the Teaching Profession Child Development and Parenting Skills th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors 11 th English 3 or English 3 Honors 12 th English 4 or English 4 Honors Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 1 World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Human Growth & Development Foundation of Curriculum & Instruction Principles of Teaching Internship Nutrition and Wellness And Principles of Food Preparation Personal & Family Finance And Family Dynamics Family, Home & Consumer Technology

67 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) Early Childhood Education Early Childhood Management Child Care Apprentice Program of Hillsborough County GNJ COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Early Childhood Management Child Care Provider Childhood Development Childhood Development and Education UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Child Development (B.S.) Early Childhood Education (B.S.) School Counseling and Guidance (M.S.) Elementary Education (B.S.) Substitute Teacher, Preschool/Pre- Kindergarten Teacher, Childcare Center Assistant, School Age Care Assistant Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Preschool/Pre-kindergarten Teacher Childcare Center Worker, Teachers s Aide Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Teacher School Psychologist Childcare Center Director Guidance Counselor Secondary to Technical Center (PSAV) Brewster Technical College, Pinellas Technical Education Center: Early Childhood Education (contact technical center advisement for number of clock hours) Career and Technical Student Organization Florida Future Educators of America (FFEA) Internship/Work Experience Recommendations Secondary to College Credit Certificate or Degree (Minimum # of clock or credit hours awarded) Hillsborough Community College: Early Childhood Management : 9 credits Manatee Community College: Childhood Development: 12 credits St. Petersburg College: Childhood Development and Education: contact college advisement for number of credits Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS Hillsborough Community College: Child Care Center Management; Early Childhood Management: 9 credits Principles of Teaching Internship Additional Industry Certifications

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69 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Science, Engineering, Technology, and Mathematics CTE Program: Aerospace Technologies ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Engineering and Technology Industry Certification: at this time. ENGLISH MATH 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Aerospace Technologies1 th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 Aerospace Technologies 2 11 th English 3 or English 3 Honors 12 th English 4 or English 4 Honors Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Aerospace Technologies 3 Advanced Technology Application s

70 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) Aircraft Ground Technician Aircraft Power Plant Technician Electronics Computer Systems Technology Aircraft Ground Crew Airframe and Power Plant Technician COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Aircraft Ground Technician Aircraft Power Plant Technician Aircraft Avionics Technician Engineering Technology Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Aircraft Ground Crew Airframe and Power Plant Technician Avionics Technician Engineering Assistant Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Engineering Airframe and Powerplant Technician Avionics Technician Engineering Assistant Air traffic controller Aerospace engineer Aircraft designer Pilot Secondary to Technical Center (PSAV) Secondary to College Credit Certificate or Degree (Minimum # of clock or credit hours awarded) PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS available at this time. Career and Technical Student Organization Skills USA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations Additional Industry Certifications Certified Solidworks Associate (CSWA) Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. available at this time.

71 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Engineering and Technology CTE Program: Applied Engineering Technology ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Engineering and Technology Industry Certification: Autodesk Certified Associate-AutoCAD (ADESK002), (ADESK011), (ADESK021), (ADESK023) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS ENGLISH MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Applied Engineering Technology 1 th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 Applied Engineering Technology 2 11 th English 3 or English 3 Honors 12 th English 4 or English 4 Honors Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Applied Engineering Technology 3 Advanced Technology Applications

72 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Drafting Computer Systems Technology Construction Electricity Architecture Engineering Technology Construction Technology Engineering Architecture Construction Management Computer Science Technician, Drafter, Electronics Technician, Manufacturing Technician Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Computer Science Technician, Drafter, Electronics Technician, Manufacturing Technician Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Architect, Computer Programmer, Drafter, Electrical Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Chemical Engineer, Civil Engineer, Quality Engineer, Sound Engineer Secondary to Technical Center (PSAV) available at this time. Secondary to College Credit Certificate or Degree (Minimum # of clock or credit hours awarded) PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS available at this time. available at this time Scholarship Opportunities: Gold Seal/ Bright Futures Scholarships. Research individual colleges which may offer their own scholarships Career and Technical Student Organization Skills USA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations Additional Industry Certifications RECF Pre Engineering Certification

73 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Engineering and Technology CTE Program: Applied Robotics ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Engineering and Technology ENGLISH MATH Industry Certification: RECF Robotics Certification (RECFN002) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Foundations of Robotics th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 Robotic Design Essentials 11 th English 3 or English 3 Honors 12 th English 4 or English 4 Honors Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Robotic Systems Robotic Applications Capstone

74 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Computer Systems Technology Electricity Electronic Technician Engineering Technology Engineering Computer Science Technician, Electrician, Electronics Technician, Manufacturing Technician Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Computer Science Technician, Electrician, Electronics Technician, Manufacturing Technician Computer Programmer, Electrical Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Chemical Engineer, Civil Engineer, Quality Engineer Secondary to Technical Center (PSAV) available at this time. Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Secondary to College Credit Certificate or Degree (Minimum # of clock or credit hours awarded) Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco-Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. Scholarship Opportunities: Gold Seal/ Bright Futures Scholarships. Research individual colleges which may offer their own scholarships PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS available at this time. Career and Technical Student Organization Florida Technology Student Association Internship/Work Experience Recommendations Additional Industry Certifications

75 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Engineering and Technology CTE Program: Communications Technology ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Engineering and Technology Industry Certification: Adobe Certified Associate Dreamweaver (ADOBE011) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS ENGLISH MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Communication Technology 1 th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 Communication Technology 2 11 th English 3 or English 3 Honors 12 th English 4 or English 4 Honors Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or Physics Honors or AP Equally Rigorous Science Course US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Communication Technology 3 Advanced Technical Applications

76 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) Digital Design Web Design Architectural Design COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Graphic Media/ Multimedia Graphic Design/ Print Multimedia Technology Digital Media/ Multimedia Digital Media/ Video Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Digital Art and Design Bachelor s Computer Animation Bachelor s Game Art Bachelor s Business Administration Bachelor s, Master s and Ph.D. Graphic Designer, Information Technology Assistant, Production Assistant Graphic Design Artist, Video Editor, Digital Assistant Designer 2D/3D Graphic Artist Motion Graphic Artist Multimedia Artist and Animator Secondary to Technical Center (PSAV) Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Secondary to College Credit Certificate or Degree (Minimum # of clock or credit hours awarded) Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco-Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS Scholarship Opportunities: Gold Seal/ Bright Futures Scholarships. Research individual colleges which may offer their own scholarships. Career and Technical Student Organization TSA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations at this time. Additional Industry Certifications Adobe Certified Associate (Photoshop ADOBE012), Adobe Indesign Associate (ADOBE004)

77 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Engineering and Technology CTE Program: Engineering Pathways (PLTW) ( ) Industry Certification: Autodesk Certified Associate-AutoCAD Career Cluster Pathway: Engineering and Technology (ADESK002), (ADESK011), (ADESK021), (ADESK023), MSSC Certified Production Technician (MSSCN001) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS ENGLISH MATH 4 SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Intro to Engineering Design Engineering Elective th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors 11 th English 3 or English 3 Honors 12 th English 4 or English 4 Honors Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 1 World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Digital Electronics & Computer Integrated Manufacturing OR Aerospace Engineering OR Biotechnical Engineering Principals of Engineering Engineering Design and Development (Capstone)

78 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Drafting Computer Systems Technology Automotive Technology Construction Electricity Computer Science Technician, Drafter, Electronics Technician, Manufacturing Technician Architecture Engineering Technology Construction Technology Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Computer Science Technician, Drafter, Electronics Technician, Manufacturing Technician Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Engineering Architecture Construction Management Architect, Computer Programmer, Drafter, Electrical Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Chemical Engineer, Civil Engineer, Quality Engineer, Sound Engineer Secondary to Technical Center (PSAV) available at this time. Secondary to College Credit Certificate or Degree (Minimum # of clock or credit hours awarded) PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS available at this time. Career and Technical Student Organization Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco-Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. Scholarship Opportunities: Gold Seal/ Bright Futures Scholarships. Research individual colleges which may offer their own scholarships TSA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations Additional Industry Certifications Florida Engineering Society Engineering Core Certification (FLENG001), RECF Pre Engineering Certification

79 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Engineering and Technology CTE Program: Maritime ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Engineering and Technology ENGLISH Industry Certification: with articulated credits at this time. 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Maritime 1 th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 Maritime 2 Marine Biology Honors 11 th English 3 or English 3 Honors 12 th English 4 or English 4 Honors Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Maritime 3 Maritime 4

80 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Welding Culinary Fire Fighting Welder, Shipfitter Industrial Machinery Mechanics Industrial Maintenance Mechanics Industrial Maintenance Technicians Logistics Program Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Electrical and Electronic Technicians and Technologists Engineering and Related Technicians and Technologists Engineering Technicians Manufacturing Technicians Transportation Managers Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Maritime Engineering Maritime Administration Marine Biology Power Engineering Marine Fisheries Logistics and Intermodal Transportation Marine Sciences Marine Engineering Technology Maritime Systems Engineering Ocean and Coastal Resources Maritime Studies Marine Engineers Marine Architects Sailors and Marine Oilers Ship Engineers Ship and Boat Captains Marine Scientists Secondary to Technical Center (PSAV) at this time. Career and Technical Student Organization Skills USA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations Additional Industry Certifications at this time. Secondary to College Credit Certificate or Degree (Minimum # of clock or credit hours awarded) available at this time. PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS available at this time.

81 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Engineering and Technology CTE Program: Production Technology ( ) Industry Certification: MSSC Certified Production Technician Career Cluster Pathway: Engineering and Technology (MSSCN001) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS ENGLISH MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Production Technology 1 th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 Production Technology 2 11 th English 3 or English 3 Honors 12 th English 4 or English 4 Honors Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Production Technology 3

82 CRE DIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Construction Electricity Engineering Technology Construction Technology Engineering Construction Management Electronics Technician, Manufacturing Technician Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Electronics Technician, Manufacturing Technician Electrical Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Chemical Engineer, Civil Engineer, Quality Engineer, Sound Engineer Secondary to Technical Center (PSAV) available at this time. Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Secondary to College Credit Certificate or Degree (Minimum # of clock or credit hours awarded) PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS available at this time. at this time Scholarship Opportunities: Gold Seal/ Bright Futures Scholarships. Research individual colleges which may offer their own scholarships Career and Technical Student Organization Skills USA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations Additional Industry Certifications RECF Pre Engineering Certification

83 FINANCE 83

84 HIGH SCHOOL Hillsborough County Public Schools 9 STUDENTS ENTERING NINTH GRADE SCHOOL YEAR Career Cluster: Finance CTE Program: Finance ( ) Career Cluster Pathway: Financial and Investment Planning ENGLISH Industry Certification: Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS MICRO069) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS OTHER REQUIRED MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES READING (1/2 credit minimum, will vary per student. PERFORMING FINE ARTS OR APPROVED PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HOPE) (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (Not required for graduation, but at least two credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a four CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with school counselors to choose courses based on student academic goals. Placement in Reading, Performing Fine Arts or Approved Practical Arts, and World will vary based on student academic/achievement level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses (must meet eligibility criteria) which may be used to satisfy high school graduation and/or Bright Futures Florida Academic, Florida Medallion, or Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be completed via online learning. GPA Requirement: 2.0 cumulative unweighted state GPA * A student must earn a passing score on all statewide required assessments * Career and Technical Education courses in BOLD and ITALICIZED print are ineligible for Gold Seal Vocational Scholars within this program th English 1 or English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology US Government (regular, honors or AP) or AP Human Geography (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Reading or HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL 18 credit option) Finance and Business Technology Business Ownership 10 th English 2 or English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 Accounting Applications 1 11 th 12 th English 3 or English 3 Honors English 4 or English 4 Honors Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics with Financial Literacy or Economics with Financial Literacy Honors and US Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 2 Approved Practical Arts or Performing Fine Arts course (1 credit) Financial Operations AND Financial Internship Personal Financial Planning

85 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) Accounting Operations Business Software Applications Marketing Management COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) Accounting Technology Credit Union Program Business Administration UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) Bachelor s, Master s, and Ph.D. in Business and Financial Administration Business Management Marketing Management Economics Finance Bank Teller Accounting Assistant or Clerk Tax Preparer Credit Clerk Credit Authorizer Office Assistant Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Bookkeeper Accounts Receivable Clerk Financial Services/Customer Service Associate Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Financial Manager Economist Securities Sales Representative Financial Sales Representation Financial Executive Secondary to Technical Center (PSAV) Secondary to College Credit Certificate or Degree (Minimum # of clock or credit hours awarded) Hillsborough Community College 9 Credits in Business Administration Management PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS/BS/BAS Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. Career and Technical Student Organization FBLA Internship/Work Experience Recommendations Financial Internship (Required) or Finance OJT (Required) Additional Industry Certifications Microsoft Office Master (MICRO017)

86 GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 86

87 HIGH SCHOOL Career Cluster: Government and Administration CTE Program: Air Force JROTC **All JROTC programs are ineligible for GSV Career Cluster Pathway: ENGLISH Industry Certification: MSSC Certified Logistics Tech. (CLT) (MSSCN002) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum; students are assigned reading based on performance on FSA) PERFORMING OR PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (not required for graduation, but at least 2 credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a 4 year University) CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with Guidance Counselors to choose courses based on student academic achievement goals. Placement of Reading, Performing or Practical Arts, HOPE and World will vary based on student academic level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses which may be used to satisfy high school graduation or Bright Futures Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be an online course. Cumulative GPA of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale for 24 credit program. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology AP Human Geography or HOPE HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL Program) Aerospace Science 1 Human Geography AP or other Elective th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 (Required for 4 Year University) Aerospace Science 2 Comparative Government and Politics AP 11 th English 3 or English 3 Honors or AP English 12 th English 4 or English 4 Honors or AP English Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics or Economics Honors and American Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 2 (Required for 4 Year University) Practical Arts or Performing Arts course (1 credit) Aerospace Science 3 Aerospace Science 4/Aerospace Science 4H

88 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) at this time. Any AA/ Transfer to University Any Bachelor degree ROTC/ Bachelor Degree Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Civilian Options Missile and Space Systems, Pilot, Cryptographer, Nuclear Weapons, Homeland Security Aviation Safety Officer Military Options Pilot, Navigator, Astronaut, Air Field Ops, Intelligence, Weather Officer, Foreign Affairs Officer Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities available at this time. Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. at this time. Scholarship Opportunities: Gold Seal/ Bright Futures Scholarships. Research individual colleges which may offer their own scholarships. Career and Technical Student Organization JROTC Internship/Work Experience Recommendations at this time. Additional Industry Certifications

89 HIGH SCHOOL Career Cluster: Government and Public Administration CTE Program: Army JROTC **All JROTC programs are ineligible for GSV Career Cluster Pathway: ENGLISH Industry Certification: MSSC Certified Logistics Tech. (CLT) (MSSCN002) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum; students are assigned reading based on performance on FSA) PERFORMING OR PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (not required for graduation, but at least 2 credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a 4 year University) CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with Guidance Counselors to choose courses based on student academic achievement goals. Placement of Reading, Performing or Practical Arts, HOPE and World will vary based on student academic level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses which may be used to satisfy high school graduation or Bright Futures Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be an online course. Cumulative GPA of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale for 24 credit program. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology AP Human Geography or HOPE HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL Program) Leadership Education Training 1 Human Geography AP or other Elective th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 (Required for 4 Year University) Leadership Education Training 2 Comparative Government and Politics AP 11 th English 3 or English 3 Honors or AP English 12 th English 4 or English 4 Honors or AP English Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics or Economics Honors and American Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 2 (Required for 4 Year University) Practical Arts or Performing Arts course (1 credit) Leadership Education Training 3 Leadership Education Training 4/ Leadership Education Training 4H

90 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) at this time. Any AA/ Transfer to University Any Bachelor degree ROTC/ Bachelor Degree Emergency Medical Technician Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Criminal Justice, Emergency Medical Technician/Paramedic, Police Officer, Firefighter, Registered Nurse Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Civilian Options Border Patrol, Bailiff, Criminal Investigator, Federal Marshall, Park Ranger, Police/Patrol Officer, Sheriff s Deputy, Immigration Officer, Homeland Security Military Options Air Defense Artillery Officer, Armor Officer, Aviation Officer, Special Forces Officers, Military Officers, Civil Affairs, Dental Corps Officer, JAG Corps Attorney, Nurse Corps available at this time. Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. at this time. Scholarship Opportunities: Gold Seal/ Bright Futures Scholarships. Research individual colleges which may offer their own scholarships. Career and Technical Student Organization JROTC Internship/Work Experience Recommendations at this time. Additional Industry Certifications

91 HIGH SCHOOL Career Cluster: Government and Public Administration CTE Program: Marine JROTC **All JROTC programs are ineligible for GSV Career Cluster Pathway: ENGLISH Industry Certification: MSSC Certified Logistics Tech. (CLT) (MSSCN002) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum; students are assigned reading based on performance on FSA) PERFORMING OR PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (not required for graduation, but at least 2 credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a 4 year University) CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with Guidance Counselors to choose courses based on student academic achievement goals. Placement of Reading, Performing or Practical Arts, HOPE and World will vary based on student academic level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses which may be used to satisfy high school graduation or Bright Futures Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be an online course. Cumulative GPA of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale for 24 credit program. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology AP Human Geography or HOPE HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL Program) Leadership Education 1 Human Geography AP or other Elective th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 (Required for 4 Year University) Leadership Education 2 Comparative Government and Politics AP 11 th English 3 or English 3 Honors or AP English 12 th English 4 or English 4 Honors or AP English Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics or Economics Honors and American Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 2 (Required for 4 Year University) Practical Arts or Performing Arts course (1 credit) Leadership Education 3 Leadership Education 4

92 CREDIT CAREER POSTSECONDARY Based on the Career Cluster of interest and identified career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available. TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S) COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S) UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S) at this time. Any AA/ Transfer to University Any Bachelor degree ROTC/ Bachelor Degree Emergency Medical Technician Sample Career Specialties (The Targeted Occupations List may be used to identify appropriate careers.) Criminal Justice, Emergency Medical Technician/Paramedic, Police Officer, Firefighter, Registered Nurse Articulation and CTE Dual Enrollment Opportunities Civilian Options Border Patrol, Able Seaman, Captain, Ship Engineer, Sailor/Main Oilers, Vessel Traffic Control Specialist, Homeland Security Military Options Nuclear Surface Warfare, Submarine Force, Aviation Pilot, Special Forces, Flight Officer, Civil Affairs, Navy Nurse Corps available at this time. Tampa Bay Area Regional Partners: Through an inter-district agreement, students may access articulation agreements for this Program of Study at HCC, Polk State College, Pasco- Hernando Community College, the State College of Florida, and/or St. Pete College where available. at this time. Scholarship Opportunities: Gold Seal/ Bright Futures Scholarships. Research individual colleges which may offer their own scholarships. Career and Technical Student Organization JROTC Internship/Work Experience Recommendations at this time. Additional Industry Certifications

93 HIGH SCHOOL Career Cluster: Government and Public Administration CTE Program: Navy JROTC **All JROTC programs are ineligible for GSV Career Cluster Pathway: ENGLISH Industry Certification: MSSC Certified Logistics Tech. (CLT) (MSSCN002) 16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS 8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER REQUIRED READING (1/2 credit minimum; students are assigned reading based on performance on FSA) PERFORMING OR PRACTICAL ARTS (1 credit) PHYSICAL EDUCATION (1 credit) WORLD LANGUAGE (not required for graduation, but at least 2 credits of the same language are required for acceptance into a 4 year University) CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (ALIGNED WITH COMMUNITY COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROGRAMS) Students will meet with Guidance Counselors to choose courses based on student academic achievement goals. Placement of Reading, Performing or Practical Arts, HOPE and World will vary based on student academic level. Students are encouraged to use to explore careers and postsecondary options. Students are encouraged to take AP Courses. Students are also encouraged to participate in dual enrollment courses which may be used to satisfy high school graduation or Bright Futures Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements. One course within the 24 credit program must be an online course. Cumulative GPA of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale for 24 credit program. th English 1 or 9 English 1 Honors Algebra 1a & 1b or Algebra 1 or Biology or Biology Honors or AP Biology AP Human Geography or HOPE HOPE (PE) (Not required for ACCEL Program) Naval Science1 Human Geography AP or other Elective th English 2 or 10 English 2 Honors Physical Science or AP Chemistry World History or World History Honors or AP World History World 1 (Required for 4 Year University) Naval Science 2 Comparative Government and Politics AP 11 th English 3 or English 3 Honors or AP English 12 th English 4 or English 4 Honors or AP English Math for College Readiness or Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts Math 2 or Algebra 2 or US History or US History Honors or AP US History Economics or Economics Honors and American Government (Regular, Honors or AP) World 2 (Required for 4 Year University) Practical Arts or Performing Arts course (1 credit) Naval Science 3 Navel Science 4/ Naval Science 4H

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