Academies of Study 16-17

 Academies of Study

Academies allow the curriculum to be organized into broad program areas that are interrelated in nature and that relate to various professions and academic areas. Core course curriculum underlies each academy. There are six academies in our framework.

 

 

Academy of Agri-science

and Biotechnology

 

Academy of Arts and Mass Communications

 

Academy

of

Business

 

Academy of Education, Government, and Human Services

 

Academy

of

Engineering

 

Academy

of

Medical

Services

  • Agricultural Science
  • Environmental Science
  • Horticulture
  • Life Science
  • Entertainment and Audio Visual Technology
  • Graphics Technology and Printing
  • Language – English
  • Language – French
  • Language – Spanish
  • Language - Mandarin Chinese
  • Mass Communications and Journalism
  • Performing Arts – Band
  • Performing Arts – Chorus
  • Performing Arts – Drama
  • Performing Arts – Orchestra
  • Visual Arts and Design
  • Business Information and Support Systems
  • Business Information Management
  • Financial Management and Accounting
  • Marketing and Communications

· Child Development Services

· Counseling and Mental Health Services

· Family and Consumer Sciences

· Government Relations

· Military Science

· Teaching and Training

· Architecture

· Automotive Industry

· Building Construction

· Engineering and Engineering Technology

· Industrial Technologies

· Mathematics

· Physical Science

· Science

· Health Diagnosis and Treatment

· Medical Science and Research

· Physical Fitness

 

Majors

The district’s curriculum currently provides the opportunity for students to complete a major in more than 35 career areas. A major is designed to enable students to focus on an area of interest that motivates them to stay in school, to be better prepared for postsecondary choices and/or the workplace, and to make a smooth transition to postsecondary education and/or the workplace.

 

Students are never locked into a specific major. Students can change majors if their professional interests change. They can use the curriculum framework, with its academies and majors, and career assessment information in making these decisions.

 

Individual Graduation Plan (IGP)

Purpose

The purpose of the Individual Graduation Plan (IGP) is to assist students and their parents in exploring educational and professional possibilities, and in making appropriate secondary and postsecondary decisions. The IGP is part of the career planner. It builds on the coursework, assessments and counseling in middle and high school. The IGP is not intended to reflect all aspects of the high school experience. The Individual Graduation Plan will include requirements for high school graduation and electives that are focused on the selected major. Course recommendations for successful completion of a major that aligns to postsecondary education and the workplace are included. Graduation and/or college entrance requirements must also be considered when establishing the plan.

 

Developing the IGP

Choosing an academy of study and a major requires students to assess interests and skills, and then select coursework to achieve individual academic goals while exploring a professional goal. In the spring of eighth grade, students choose one of the six schools of study to explore. This takes place during an individual planning conference with a school counselor, the student and his or her parent(s). In ninth grade, students select at least one of the majors, the goal being to select a major by the end of tenth grade.

 

School counselors begin working with students regarding interests, academies of study, majors, post- secondary choices and high school options through individual and group counseling in the sixth grade. This includes information on academic and professional goals, career activities and access to career resources. Teacher and parental involvement throughout this process is vital. Two blank IGP worksheets are in Appendix E for your use.

 

Academies of Study

Core Courses

The core courses form the foundation of study in all academies. Students should select core courses that challenge them to establish the strongest foundation for future study and careers. Core courses fulfill the requirements towards receiving a South Carolina High School Diploma. Core courses should be selected in relationship to the Career Major chosen by students. Core course requirements are as follows:


Core English Courses - 4 units required

American Literature II (ENG202)*

English I

English I with Lab

English II

English II with Lab

English II Honors

English III

English III Honors

English IV

English IV Honors

English V

English V Honors


English Composition I (ENG101)*

English Composition II (ENG102)*

English Literature II (ENG206)*

English Language and Composition AP

Core Math Courses - 4 units required

Algebra I

Algebra I with Lab

Algebra II

Algebra II w/ Lab

Algebra II Honors

Calculus AP

Calculus Honors

College Algebra (MAT110)*

Differential Calculus Honors

Discrete Mathematics Honors

Geometry

Geometry Honors

Intro to Statistics (MAT134)*

Pre-Calculus


Pre-Calculus Honors

Probability and Statistics

Probability and Statistics Honors

Probability and Statistics (MAT120)*

Statistics AP

Core Science Courses

Anatomy and Physiology

Advanced Chemistry Honors

Biology AP

Biology I

Biology I Honors

Biology II

Biology II Honors

Biological Science I (BIO101)*

Chemistry I

Chemistry I Honors

Chemistry II

Chemistry II Honors

Chemistry Concepts

Earth Science

Environmental Biology (BIO103)*

Environmental Science

Forensic Science

Human Biology (BIO104)*

Intro to Microbiology (.5 units)

Marine Biology

Physical Science

Physical Science Honors

Physics I

Physics I Honors

Physics II Honors

Core Social Studies Courses

General Psychology (PSY201)*

Intro to Sociology (SOC101)*

Historical Perspectives in World and

American History

Psychology

Sociology/Health(.5 units)

World Geography

World Geography Honors


Core Economics and U.S. Government Courses

American Government (PSC201)*

Macroeconomics (ECO210)*

Economics (.5 units)

Economics Honors (.5 units)

Economics Pre-IB (.5 units)

U.S. Government (.5 units)


U.S. Government Honors (.5 units)

Core U.S. History Courses

American History: Discovery to 1877 (HIS201)*

American History: 1877 to Present

(HIS202)*

Western Civilization to 1689 (HIS101)*

Western Civilization Post 1689 (HIS102)*

European History AP

U.S. History AP


U.S. History and Constitution

U.S. History and Constitution Honors

World History

World History Honors

World Languages Courses

Elementary Spanish I (SPA101)*

Elementary Spanish II (SPA102)*

Intermediate Spanish I (SPA201)*

Intermediate Spanish II (SPA202)*

Mandarin Chinese I*

Mandarin Chinese II*

Mandarin Chinese III*

French I

French II

French III Honors

French IV Honors

Spanish I


Spanish II

Spanish II Honors

Spanish III Honors

Spanish IV Honors

Physical Education and JROTC Courses

Comprehensive Health

JROTC I

JROTC II

JROTC II Honors

JROTC III

JROTC III Honors

JROTC IV

JROTC IV Honors

JROTC Drill Team I

JROTC Drill Team II

JROTC Drill Team III

JROTC Rifle Team I

JROTC Rifle Team II

JROTC Rifle Team III

Physical Education I

Physical Education I/ Health

Physical Education II

Physical Education III

Spring Sports I

Spring Sports II

Spring Sports III

Sports Specific I

Sports Specific II

Sports Specific III


Computer Science Courses

Advanced Computer Repair and Service

Computer Applications

Computer Graphics

Computer Science AP

Computer Repair and Service

Digital Desktop Publishing

Digital Literacy

Digital Multimedia

Engineering Design I

Engineering Design II

Film Editing I

Film Editing II Honors

Foundations of Animation

Game Design and Development

Google Applications

Google Basics

Graphic Communications I

Graphic Communications II

Graphic Communications III

Integrated Business Applications

Media Production

Web Page Design and Development

International Baccalaureate Programme Courses (IB)

IB/Advanced Art I HL

IB/Advanced Art II HL

IB/Advanced Art I SL

IB/Advanced Art II SL

IB/Advanced Music SL

IB/Advanced Music I SL

IB/Advanced Music II SL

IB/Biology HL I

IB/Biology HL II

IB/Chemistry HL I

IB/Chemistry HL II

IB/Creative Writing I

IB/Creative Writing II

IB/Creativity, Action, Service I

IB/Creativity, Action, Service II

IB/English HL I

IB/English HL II

IB/English SL

IB/Extended Essay I

IB/Extended Essay II

IB/French B SL (year 1/2)

IB/French B SL (year 2/2)

IB/History of the Americas HL and 20th

Century World Topics I

IB/History of the Americas HL and 20th

Century World Topics II

IB/Information Technology in a

Global Society SL

IB/Math Studies SL

IB/Math Studies SL

IB/Psychology SL I

IB/Spanish B SL

IB/Spanish B SL

IB/Theory of Knowledge I

IB/Theory of Knowledge II

The Academy of Agri-Science and Biotechnologies

*Recommended courses for each major are listed below

Agriculture Science Major

ARC Welding I (WLD111)*

Agriculture Mechanics and Technologyfor the Workplace I

Agriculture Mechanics and Technologyfor the Workplace II

Carpentry I

Carpentry II

Carpentry III

Concrete Mathematics

Economic Concepts (ECO201)*

Electricity I

Electricity II

Electricity III

Entrepreneurship

Environment and Natural ResourceManagement for the Workplace I

Environment and Natural ResourceManagement for the Workplace II

Intro to Welding (WLD102)*

Work−Based Learning Cooperative Experience

Welding Safety & Health (WLD110)*

Work Readiness Skills

Environmental Science Major

Agriculture Mechanics and Technologyfor the Workplace I

Agriculture Mechanics and Technologyfor the Workplace II

Economic Concepts (ECO201)*

Environment and Natural ResourceManagement for the Workplace I

Environment and Natural ResourceManagement for the Workplace II

Graphing Calculator

Horticulture Major

Agriculture Mechanics and Technologyfor the Workplace I

Agriculture Mechanics andTechnology for theWorkplace II

Carpentry I

Carpentry II

Carpentry III

Economic Concepts (ECO201)*

Environment and Natural ResourceManagement for the Workplace I

Environment and Natural ResourceManagement for the Workplace II

Work−Based Learning Cooperative Experience

Work Readiness Skills

Life Science Major

Child Development

Concrete Mathematics

Economic Concepts (ECO201)*

Intro to Ethics (PHI110)*

Food and Nutrition

Health Science Clinical Study

Health Science Education I

Health Science Education II

Journalism

Journalism Honors

Junior/Senior Thesis

Internship

Medical Terminology

Teacher Cadet*



The Academy of Arts and Mass Communications

*Recommended courses for each major are listed below.


Entertainment and Audio Visual Technology Major

Advanced Computer Repair and Service

Advertising (MKT240)*

Computer Applications

Computer Graphics

Computer Science AP

Computer Repair and Service

Consumer Behavior (MKT250)*

Digital Desktop Publishing


Digital Literacy

Digital Multimedia

Film Editing I

Film Editing II Honors

Foundations of Animation

Game Design and Development

Google Applications

Google Basics

Graphic Communications I

Graphic Communications II

Graphic Communications III

Intro to Marketing (MKT101)*

Media Production

Photography

Web Page Design and Development

Work Readiness Skills

Graphics Technology and Printing Major

Advertising (MKT240)*

Art I

Art II

Art III

Art IV

Art History AP

Computer Applications

Computer Graphics

Computer Repair and Service

Computer Science AP

Consumer Behavior (MKT250)*

Digital Desktop Publishing

Digital Literacy

Digital Multimedia

Film Editing I

Film Editing II Honors

Foundations of Animation

Game Design and Development

Google Applications

Google Basics


Graphic Communications I

Graphic Communications II

Graphic Communications III

Internship

Intro to Marketing (MKT101)*

Media Production

Photography

Web Page Design and Development

Work Readiness Skills

Language with Emphasis on English Major

African-American Literature

Bible as Literature

Creative Writing

English Literature and Composition AP

IB/Creative Writing I

IB/Creative Writing II

IB/Extended Essay I


IB/Extended Essay II

Journalism

Journalism Honors

Poetry

Short Stories

Speech

Teacher Cadet*

Women Writers

Yearbook I

Yearbook II

Yearbook III

Mass Communications and Journalism Major

Advertising (MKT240)*

Consumer Behavior (MKT250)*

Creative Writing

English Literature and Composition AP

Digital Desktop Publishing

Digital Literacy

Digital Multimedia

Drama I

Drama II


Drama III

Google Applications

Google Basics

Graphic Communications I

Graphic Communications II

Graphic Communications III

IB/Creative Writing I

IB/Creative Writing II

Intro to Marketing (MKT101)*

Intro to Theatre (THE101)*

Journalism

Journalism Honors

Speech

Web Page Design and Development

Yearbook I

Yearbook II

Yearbook III

Performing Arts with Emphasis on Band Major

Band I

Band II

Band III

Band IV

Band – Color Guard

Band − Jazz

Band – Percussion I

Band – Percussion II

Band – Percussion III

Band – Symphonic

 

Band − Wind Ensemble Honors

Music Appreciation

Music Appreciation (MUS105)*

Teacher Cadet*

Performing Arts with Emphasis on Chorus Major

Chorus I

Chorus II

Chorus III

Chorus III Honors

Chorus IV Honors

Drama I

Drama II

Drama III

Intro to Theatre (THE101)*

Music Appreciation

Music Appreciation (MUS105)*

Piano Lab

Teacher Cadet*

Performing Arts with Emphasis on Drama Major

Band − Color Guard

Creative Writing

Drama I

Drama II

Drama III

English Literature and Composition AP

IB/Creative Writing I

IB/Creative Writing II

Intro to Theatre (THE101)*

Music Appreciation


Music Appreciation (MUS105)*

Speech

Teacher Cadet*

Performing Arts with Emphasis on Orchestra Major

Band I

Band II

Band III

Band IV

Band - Percussion I

Band - Percussion II

Band - Percussion III

Band – Symphonic

Band − Wind Ensemble Honors

Intro to Theatre (THE101)*

Music Appreciation

Music Appreciation (MUS105)*


Orchestra I

Orchestra II

Orchestra III Honors

Orchestra IV Honors

Teacher Cadet*

Visual Arts and Design Major

Advertising (MKT240)*

Art I

Art II

Art III

Art IV

Art History AP

Computer Graphics

Consumer Behavior (MKT250)*

Digital Desktop Publishing

Digital Literacy

Digital Multimedia

Engineering Design I

Engineering Design II

Entrepreneurship

Film Editing I

Film Editing II Honors

Foundations of Animation

Game Design and Development

Google Applications

Google Basics

Graphic Communications I

Graphic Communications II

Graphic Communications III

IB/Advanced Art I HL

IB/Advanced Art II HL

IB/Advanced Art I SL

IB/Advanced Art II SL

Internship

Intro to Marketing (MKT101)*

Media Production

Photography

Web Page Design and Development

Work-Based Learning Cooperative Experience

Work Readiness Skills

The Academy of Business,
Finance, Information Technology,
andMarketing
*Recommended courses for each major are listed below.

Business Information and Support Systems Major

 

Accounting Concepts (ACC111)*

Advanced Computer Repair and Service

Advertising (MKT240)*

Business Finance

Business Law

Computer Graphics

Computer Repair and Service

Computer Science AP

Consumer Behavior (MKT250)*

Digital Desktop Publishing

Digital Literacy

Digital Multimedia

Economic Concepts (ECO201)*

Entrepreneurship

Foundations of Animation

Google Applications

Google Basics

Graphic Communications I

Graphic Communications II

Graphic Communications III

Integrated BusinessApplications I

Intro to Marketing (MKT101)*

Organizational Accounting (ACC112)*

Principles of Management (MGT101)*

Professional Leadership and Development

Speech

Sports and Entertainment Marketing I

Web Page Design and Development

Work-Based Learning Cooperative Experience

Work Readiness Skills

Business Information Management Major

Accounting Concepts (ACC111)*

Advanced Computer Repair and Service

Advertising (MKT240)*

Business Finance

Business Law

Computer Graphics

Computer Science AP

Computer Repair and Service

Consumer Behavior (MKT250)*

Digital Desktop Publishing


Digital Literacy

Digital Multimedia

Economic Concepts (ECO201)*

Entrepreneurship

Foundations of Animation

Google Applications

Google Basics

Integrated Business Applications I

Internship

Intro to Marketing (MKT101)*

Organizational Accounting (ACC112)*

Principles of Management (MGT101)*

Professional Leadership and Development

Sports and Entertainment Marketing I

Web Page Design and Development

Work−Based Learning Cooperative Experience

Work Readiness Skills

Financial Management and Accounting Major

Accounting Concepts (ACC111)*

Advertising (MKT240)*

Business Finance

Business Law

Computer Science AP

Consumer Behavior (MKT250)*

Current Events/International Relations

Digital Desktop Publishing

Digital Literacy

Digital Multimedia

Economic Concepts (ECO201)*

Elementary Calculus (MAT130)*

Entrepreneurship

Financial Fitness

Foundations of Animation

Google Applications

Google Basics

Graphic Communications I

Graphic Communications II

Graphic Communications III

Graphing Calculator

Integrated Business Applications I

Internship

Intro to Marketing (MKT101)*

Organizational Accounting (ACC112)*

Personal Finance

Personal Finance (BAF101)*

Principles of Management (MGT101)*

Professional Leadership andDevelopment

Sports and Entertainment Marketing I

Web Page Design andDevelopment

Work−Based Learning Cooperative Experience

Work Readiness Skills

Marketing and Communications Major

Accounting Concepts (ACC111)*

Advertising (MKT240)*

Business Finance

Business Law

Computer Graphics

Computer Science AP

Consumer Behavior (MKT250)*

Creative Writing

Digital Desktop Publishing

Digital Literacy

Digital Multimedia

Economic Concepts (ECO201)*

Entrepreneurship

Foundations of Animation

Google Applications

Google Basics

Graphic Communications I

Graphic Communications III

Graphic Communications II

IB/Creative Writing I

IB/Creative Writing II

Integrated Business Applications I

Internship

Intro to Marketing (MKT101)*

Organizational Accounting (ACC112)*

Principles of Management (MGT101)*

Professional Leadership and Development

Sports and Entertainment Marketing

Web Page Design and Development

Work−Based Learning Cooperative Experience

Work Readiness Skills

 

The Academy of Education, Government, and Human Services

*Recommended courses for each major are listed below.

Child Development Services Major

Business Finance

Child Development

Economic Concepts (ECO201)*

Ethics (PHI110)*

Food and Nutrition

Health Science Clinical Study

Health Science Education I

Health Science Education II

IB/Theory of Knowledge I

IB/Theory of Knowledge II

Medical Terminology

Teacher Cadet*


Counseling and Mental Health Services Major

Business Finance

Child Development

Economic Concepts (ECO201)*

Ethics (PHI110)*

Food and Nutrition

Health Science Clinical Study

Health Science Education I

Health Science Education II

IB/Theory of Knowledge I

IB/Theory of Knowledge II

Medical Terminology

Principles of Management (MGT101)*


Family and Consumer Sciences Major

Advertising (MKT111)*

Business Finance

Business Law

Child Development

Consumer Behavior (MKT250)*

Economic Concepts (ECO201)*

Entrepreneurship

Ethics (PHI110)*


Financial Fitness

Food and Nutrition

Web Page Design and Development

Government Relations Major

Business Finance

Business Law

Current Events/International Relations

Digital Desktop Publishing

Digital Literacy

Digital Multimedia

Economic Concepts (ECO201)*

Entrepreneurship

Graphic Communications I

Graphic Communications II

Graphic Communications III

Ethics (PHI110)*

Integrated Business Applications I

Internship


Journalism

Journalism Honors

Professional and Leadership Development

Speech

Web Page Design and Development

Military Science Major

Advanced Computer Repair and Service

Advertising (MKT240)*

ARC Welding I (WLD111)*

Auto Collision Repair I

Auto Collision Repair II

Auto Collision Repair III

Automotive Technology I

Automotive Technology II

Automotive Technology III

Computer Science AP

Computer Repair and Service

Current Events/International Relations

Economic Concepts (ECO201)*

Electricity I

Electricity II

Electricity III

Engineering Design I

Engineering Design II

Environmental and Natural Resource

Management for the Workplace I

Environmental and Natural Resource

Management for the Workplace II

Ethics (PHI210)*

Google Applications

Google Basics

Health Science Clinical Study

Integrated Business Applications I

Intro to Welding (WLD102)*

Machine Tool Applications (MTT105)*

Machine Tool Print Reading (MTT120)*

Machine Tool Theory and Practice I (MTT111)*

Machine Tool Theory and Practice II (MTT112)*

Machine Tool Theory and Practice III (MTT113)*

Organizational Accounting (ACC112)*

Pre-Engineering Honors

Principles of CNC (MTT250)*

Principles of Engineering – Robotics - Honors

Principles of Management (MGT101)*

Professional and Leadership Development

Welding Safety & Health (WLD110)*

 

Teaching and Training Major

Business Finance

Business Law

Child Development

Computer Graphics

Computer Science AP

Current Events/International Relations

Digital Desktop Publishing

Digital Literacy

Digital Media

Economic Concepts (ECO201)*

Entrepreneurship

Ethics (PHI210)*

Google Applications

Google Basics

Integrated Business Applications I

Internship

Principles of Management (MGT101)*

Professional and Leadership Development

Speech

Teacher Cadet*

Web Page Design and Development

The Academy of Engineering

*Recommended courses in each major are listed below.


Architecture Major

Carpentry I

Carpentry II

Carpentry III

Electricity I

Electricity II

Electricity III

Engineering Design I

Engineering Design II

Entrepreneurship

Environmental and Natural Resource

Management for the Workplace I

Environmental and Natural Resource

Management for the Workplace II

Foundations of Animation

Graphic Communications I

Graphic Communications II

Graphic Communications III

Graphing Calculator

Intro to Theatre (THE101)*

Machine Tool Applications (MTT105)*

Machine Tool Print Reading (MTT120)*

Machine Tool Theory and Practice I (MTT111)*

Machine Tool Theory and Practice II (MTT112)*

Machine Tool Theory and Practice III (MTT113)*

Pre-Engineering Honors

Principles of CNC (MTT250)*

Principles of Engineering – Robotics - Honors

Work−Based Learning Cooperative Experience

Work Readiness Skills

Automotive Industry Major

Agriculture Mechanics and Technology

for the Workplace I

Agriculture Mechanics and Technology

for the Workplace II

ARC Welding I (WLD111)*

Auto Collision Repair I

Auto Collision Repair II

Auto Collision Repair III

Automotive Technology I

Automotive Technology II

Automotive Technology III

Engineering Design I Pre-Engineering Honors

Engineering Design II

Intro to Welding (WLD102)*

Machine Tool Applications (MTT105)*

Machine Tool Print Reading (MTT120)*

Machine Tool Theory and Practice I (MTT111)*

Machine Tool Theory and Practice II (MTT112)*


Machine Tool Theory and Practice III (MTT113)*

Principles of CNC (MTT250)*

Principles of Management (MGT101)*

Welding Safety & Health (WLD110)*

Work−Based Learning Cooperative Experience

Work Readiness Skills

Building Construction Major

ARC Welding I (WLD111)*

Carpentry I

Carpentry II

Carpentry III

Concrete Mathematics

Electricity I

Electricity II

Electricity III

Intro to Theatre (THE101)*

Intro to Welding (WLD102)*

Pre-Engineering Honors

Principles of Engineering – Robotics - Honors

Welding Safety & Health (WLD110)*

Work−Based Learning Cooperative Experience

Work Readiness

Engineering and Engineering Technology Major

ARC Welding I (WLD111)*

Intro to Welding (WLD102)*

Welding Safety & Health (WLD110)*

Advanced Computer Repair and Service

Agriculture Mechanics and Technology

for the Workplace I

Agriculture Mechanics and Technology

for the Workplace II

Auto Collision Repair I

Auto Collision Repair II

Automotive Technology I

Auto Collision Repair III

Automotive Technology II

Automotive Technology III

Computer Science AP

Concrete Mathematics

Engineering Design I

Engineering Design II

Environmental and Natural Resource

Management for the Workplace I

Intro to Welding (WLD102)*

Machine Tool Applications (MTT105)*

Machine Tool Print Reading (MTT120)*

Machine Tool Theory and Practice I (MTT111)*

Machine Tool Theory and Practice II (MTT112)*

Machine Tool Theory and Practice III (MTT113)*

Pre-Engineering Honors

Principles of CNC (MTT250)*

Principles of Engineering – Robotics - Honors

Work−Based Learning Cooperative Experience

Work Readiness Skills

 

Industrial Technologies Major

Advanced Computer Repair and Service

Agriculture Mechanics and Technology

for the Workplace I

Agriculture Mechanics and Technology

for the Workplace II

ARC Welding I (WLD111)*

Auto Collision Repair I

Auto Collision Repair II

Auto Collision Repair III

Automotive Technology I

Automotive Technology II

Automotive Technology III

Computer Science AP

Computer Repair and Service

Electricity I

Electricity II

Electricity III

Engineering Design I

Engineering Design II

Entrepreneurship

Environmental and Natural Resource

Management for the Workplace I

Environmental and Natural Resource

Management for the Workplace II

Google Applications

Google Basics

Graphic Communications I

Graphic Communications II

Graphic Communications III

Intro to Welding (WLD102)*

Machine Tool Applications (MTT105)*

Machine Tool Print Reading (MTT120)*

Machine Tool Theory and Practice I (MTT111)*

Machine Tool Theory and Practice II (MTT112)*

Machine Tool Theory and Practice III (MTT113)*

Pre-Engineering Honors

Principles of CNC (MTT250)*

Principles of Engineering – Robotics - Honors

Welding Safety & Health (WLD110)*

Work−Based Learning Cooperative Experience

Work Readiness Skills

Mathematics Major

Accounting Concept (ACC111)*

Advanced Computer Repair and Service

Business Finance

Concrete Mathematics

Electricity I

Electricity II

Electricity III

Elementary Calculus (MAT130)*

Engineering Design I

Engineering Design II

Financial Fitness

Graphing Calculator

Organizational Accounting (ACC112)*

Personal Finance

Personal Finance (BAF101)*

Pre-Engineering Honors

Principles of CNC (MTT250)*

Principles of Engineering - Robotics - Honors

Teacher Cadet*

Physical Science Major

ARC Welding I (WLD111)

Auto Collision Repair I

Auto Collision Repair II

Auto Collision Repair III

Automotive Technology I

Automotive Technology II

Automotive Technology III

Computer Repair and Service

Concrete Mathematics

Electricity I

Electricity II

Electricity III

Engineering Design I

Engineering Design II

Environmental and Natural Resource

Management for the Workplace I

Environmental and Natural Resource

Management for the Workplace II

Intro to Welding (WLD102)*

Machine Tool Applications (MTT105)*

Machine Tool Print Reading (MTT120)*

Machine Tool Theory and Practice I (MTT111)*

Machine Tool Theory and Practice II (MTT112)*

Machine Tool Theory and Practice III (MTT113)*

Pre-Engineering Honors

Principles of CNC (MTT250)*

Principles of Engineering - Robotics - Honors

Teacher Cadet*

Welding Safety & Health (WLD110)*

Science Major

ARC Welding I (WLD111)

Auto Collision Repair I

Auto Collision Repair II

Auto Collision Repair III

Automotive Technology I

Automotive Technology II

Automotive Technology III

Computer Repair and Service

Concrete Mathematics

Electricity I

Electricity II

Electricity III

Engineering Design I

Engineering Design II

Environmental and Natural Resource

Management for the Workplace I

Environmental and Natural Resource

Management for the Workplace II

Graphing Calculator

Health Science Clinical Study

Health Science Education I

Health Science Education II

Intro to Welding (WLD102)*

Machine Tool Applications (MTT105)*

Machine Tool Print Reading (MTT120)*

Machine Tool Theory and Practice I (MTT111)*

Machine Tool Theory and Practice II (MTT112)*

Machine Tool Theory and Practice III (MTT113)*

Pre-Engineering Honors

Principles of CNC (MTT250)*

Principles of Engineering - Robotics - Honors

Teacher Cadet*

Welding Safety & Health (WLD110)*

The Academy of Medical Sciences

*Recommended courses in each major are listed below.

Health Diagnosis and Treatment Major

Economic Concepts (ECO201)*

Ethics (PHI110)*

Child Development

Concrete Mathematics

Food and Nutrition

Health Science Clinical Study

Health Science Education I

Health Science Education II

Medical Terminology


Medical Science and Research Major

Business Law

Child Development

Concrete Mathematics

Computer Applications

Digital Desktop Publishing

Digital Literacy

Digital Multimedia

Economic Concepts (ECO201)*

Ethics (PHI110)*

Google Applications

Google Basics

Graphing Calculator

Health Science Clinical Study

Health Science Education I


Health Science Education II

Integrated Business Applications

Journalism

Journalism Honors

Medical Terminology

Physical Fitness Major

Child Development

Consumer Behavior (MKT250)*

Economic Concepts (ECO201)*

Ethics (PHI110)*

Food and Nutrition

Health Science Clinical Study

Health Science Education I

Health Science Education II

Principles of Management (MGT101)*

Professional and Leadership Development

Medical Terminology

Teacher Cadet*