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2014-15 CIP and V-Codes “Quick Look” Searchable Database

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V-Code: Vocational (V) Code.
This is tied to the certification code and dictates the courses that a teacher is certified to teach.
The teachers’ education or industry experience is reviewed to determine the V-codes for certification.

CIP Code: Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) Code.
A federally accepted course code that identifies courses taught throughout the United States, this includes CTE courses.
CIP codes are aligned to V-codes that clarify which courses the teacher has been certified to teach.
CIP codes are also used for reporting purposes from the district to OSPI.

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CIP CODE*V-CODECOURSE NAME/DESCRIPTION*EXP/PREP*CLUSTER*PATHWAY*CONTACT*
10000V010000

Agriculture, General
A course that focuses on the general principles and practice of agricultural research and production that may prepare individuals to apply this knowledge to the solution of practical agricultural problems. Includes instruction in basic animal, plant, and soil science; animal husbandry and plant cultivation; soil conservation; and agricultural operations such as farming, ranching, and agricultural business.

E

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

All within the cluster Rebecca Wallace
10001V010000

Supervised Agricultural Experience
This course code is designed for students who are enrolled in an agricultural education program and who are involved in a SAEP (Supervised Agricultural Experience Program) worksite learning experience.

E

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

All within the cluster Rebecca Wallace
10101V010000 V010101

Agricultural Business and Management, General
A general program that focuses on modern business and economic principles involved in the organization, operation, and management of agricultural enterprises.

E

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Agribusiness SystemsRebecca Wallace
10102V010000 V010101

Agribusiness/Agricultural Business Operations
A program that prepares individuals to manage agricultural businesses and agriculturally related operations within diversified corporations. Includes instruction in agriculture, agriculture specialization, business management, accounting, finance, marketing, planning, human resources management, and other managerial responsibilities.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Agribusiness SystemsRebecca Wallace
10103V010000 V010101

Agricultural Economics
A course that focuses on the application of economics to the analysis of resource allocation, productivity, investment, and trends in the agricultural sector, both domestically and internationally. Includes instruction in economics and related subfields as well as applicable agricultural fields.

E

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Agribusiness SystemsRebecca Wallace
10104V010000 V010101

Farm/Farm and Ranch Management
A course that prepares individuals to manage farms, ranches, and similar enterprises. Includes instruction in applicable agricultural specialization, business management, accounting, taxation, capitalization, purchasing, government courses and regulations, operational planning and budgeting, contracts and negotiation, and estate planning.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Agribusiness SystemsRebecca Wallace
10105V010000

Agriculture/Farm Supplies Retailing and Wholesaling
A course that prepares individuals to see agricultural products and supplies, provide support services to agriculture enterprises, and purchase and market agricultural products. Includes instruction in basic business management, marketing, retailing and wholesaling operations, and applicable principles of agriculture and agricultural operations.

E

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Agribusiness SystemsRebecca Wallace
10106V010000 V010101

Agricultural Business Technology
A program that prepares individuals to perform specialized support functions related to agricultural business offices and operations and to operate agricultural office equipment, software, and information systems. Includes instruction in basic agricultural business principles, office management, equipment operation, stand software, and database management.

E

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Agribusiness SystemsRebecca Wallace
10201V010000 V010201

Agricultural Mechanization, General
A course that generally prepares individuals to sell, select, and service agricultural or agribusiness technical equipment and facilities, including computers, specialized software, power units, machinery, equipment structures, and utilities. Includes instruction in agricultural power systems; planning and selecting materials for the construction of support facilities; mechanical practices associated with irrigation and water conservation; erosion control; and agricultural data processing systems.

E

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Power Structural and Technical SystemsRebecca Wallace
10204V010000 V010201

Agriculture Power Machinery Operation
A program that prepares individuals to operate specialized farm, ranch, and agribusiness power equipment of a stationary, mobile, and/or hand-operated nature. Includes instruction in operating specialized equipment such as terrestrial and airborne crop spraying equipment; tractors and hauling equipment; planting and harvesting equipment; cutting equipment; power sources and systems for silos, irrigation, pumping, and applications such as dairy, feeding and , shearing operations; processing equipment; and applicable electrical, mechanical, and safety principles.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Power Structural and Technical SystemsRebecca Wallace
10205V010000 V010201

Agricultural Mechanics and Equipment/Machine Technology
A course that prepares individuals to maintain and repair specialized farm, ranch, and agribusiness power equipment and vehicles. Includes instruction in the principles of diesel, combustion, electrical, steam, hydraulic, and mechanical systems and their application to the maintenance of terrestrial and airborne crop spraying equipment; tractors and hauling equipment; planting and harvesting equipment; cutting equipment; power sources and systems for silos; irrigation and pumping equipment; dairy, feeding and shearing operations; and processing systems.

E

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Power Structural and Technical SystemsRebecca Wallace
10301V010000 V010300

Agricultural Production Operations, General
A course that focuses on the general planning, economics, and use of facilities, natural resources, equipment, labor, and capital to produce plant and animal products, and that may prepare individuals for work in farming, ranching, and agribusiness.

E

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Plant SystemsRebecca Wallace
10302V010000 V010300

Animal/Livestock Husbandry and Production
A course that prepares individuals to select, breed, care for, process, and market livestock and small farm animals. Includes instruction in basic animal science, animal nutrition, and animal health as applied to various species and breeds; design and operation of housing, feeding, and processing facilities; and related issues of safety, applicable regulations, logistics, and supply.

E

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Animal SystemsRebecca Wallace
10303V010000 V010303

Aquaculture
A course that prepares individuals to select, culture, propagate, harvest, and market domesticated fish, shellfish, and marine plants, both freshwater and saltwater. Includes instruction in the basic principles of aquatic and marine biology; health and nutrition of aquatic and marine life; design and operation of fish farms, breeding facilities, culture beds, and related enterprises; and related issues of safety, applicable regulations, logistics, and supply.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Animal SystemsRebecca Wallace
10306V010000 V010300

Dairy Husbandry and Production
A course that prepares individuals to manage the selection and care of dairy animals and associated dairy farm and processing facilities and operations. Includes instruction in basic animal and dairy science; dairy animal nutrition and health; design and operation of dairy housing, feeding, and processing facilities and equipment; and related issues of safety, sanitation, shipping and handling, and applicable regulations

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Animal SystemsRebecca Wallace
10307V010000

Horse Husbandry/Equine Science and Management
A course that prepares individuals to manage the selection, breeding, care, and maintenance of work, athletic, and show horses; and horse farms, stables, tracks and related equipment and operations. Includes instruction in applicable principles of animal science, care, and health; stable and track management; design and operation of facilities and equipment; and related issues such as regulations, business management; and logistics.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Animal SystemsRebecca Wallace
10401V010000

Agricultural and Food Products Processing
A course that prepares individuals to receive, inspect, store, process, and package agricultural products in the form of human food consumables, animal or plant food, or other industrial products. Includes instruction in the nutrient and industrial properties of various agricultural products; logistics and storage procedures; chemical and mechanical processing operations; packaging; safety and health requirements; and related technical and business principles

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Food Products and Processing SystemsRebecca Wallace
10504V010000

Dog/Pet/Animal Grooming
A course that prepares individuals to provide cosmetic services for household pets, show animals, work animals and animal athletes. Includes instruction in skin, coat, and pelt grooming and styling; skin care; hoof, nail, and claw care; animal massage; minor first aid and veterinary referral; animal grooming products and applications; health and safety; and applicable regulations.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Animal SystemsRebecca Wallace
10507V010000

Equestrian/Equine Studies
A program that focuses on the horse, horsemanship, and related subjects and prepares individuals to care for horses and horse equipment; ride and drive horses for leisure, sport, show, and professional purposes; and manage the training of horses and riders. Includes instruction in horse breeding, nutrition, health, and safety; history of the horse and horsemanship; horse development and training; riding and equestrian technique; stable, paddock, and track management; and equipment maintenance and repair.

E

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Animal SystemsRebecca Wallace
10601V010000 V010601

Applied Horticulture/Horticultural Operations, General
A course that focuses on the general production and processing of domesticated plants, shrubs, flowers, foliage, trees, groundcovers, and related plant materials; the management of technical and business operations connected with horticultural services; and the basic scientific principles needed to understand plants and their management and care.

E

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Plant SystemsRebecca Wallace
10602V010000 V010601

Plant Systems Operation(s) & Management in Horticulture & Greenhouses
Agricultural science course that prepares individuals for immediate entry into careers related to Horticulture and Greenhouse operations and management. The course provides training in all phases of plant science including production, research, plant breeding , species management, irrigation, transportation, distribution, inventory, marketing wholesale, commercial and retail, indoor climate control, equipment maintenance operation, safety, facilities planning, construction and ownership, human resource management, enterprise management, agriculture finance and economics.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Plant SystemsRebecca Wallace
10603V010000 V010603

Ornamental Horticulture
A course that focuses on domesticated plants and plant materials used for decorative and recreational applications and prepares individuals to breed, grow, and utilize ornamental plant varieties for commercial and aesthetic purposes. Includes instruction in applicable plant science subjects, the environmental design and artistic aspects of horticultural product usage, and the management of horticultural operations.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Plant SystemsRebecca Wallace
10604V010000 V010601

Greenhouse Operations and Management
A course that prepares individuals to produce, store, and deliver plant species in controlled indoor environments for wholesale, commercial, research, or other purposes. Includes instruction in applicable principles of plant science; climate, irrigation, and nutrition control equipment operation and maintenance; facilities management; inventory control; safety procedures; and personnel supervision.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Plant Systems Rebecca Wallace
10605V010000 V010601

Landscaping and Grounds Keeping
A course that prepares individuals to manage and maintain indoor and/or outdoor ornamental and recreational plants and groundcovers and related conceptual designs established by landscape architects, interior designers, enterprise owners or managers, and individual clients. Includes instruction in applicable principles of horticulture, gardening, plant and soil irrigation and nutrition, turf maintenance, plant maintenance, equipment operation and maintenance, personnel supervision, and purchasing.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Plant SystemsRebecca Wallace
10606V010000 V010601

Plant Nursery Operations and Management
A course that prepares individuals to operate and manage outdoor plant farms, tree and shrub nurseries, and related facilities that develop domesticated plant products for propagation, harvesting, and transplantation. Includes instruction in applicable principles of plant science; farm and business management; nursery operations; equipment operation and maintenance; safety procedures; and personnel supervision.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Plant SystemsRebecca Wallace
10607V010000 V010601

Turf and Turf grass Management
A course that focuses on turf grasses and related groundcover plants and prepares individuals to develop ornamental or recreational grasses and related products; plant, transplant, and manage grassed areas; and to produce and store turf used for transplantation. Includes instruction in applicable plant sciences, genetics of grasses, turf science, use analysis, turf management, and related economics.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Plant SystemsRebecca Wallace
10608V010000 V010603

Floriculture/Floristry Operations and Management
A course that prepares individuals to operate and manage commercial and contract florist enterprises, supply and delivery services, and flower catering services. Includes instruction in the applicable principles of plant science; purchasing, storage, and delivery systems; floral design and arranging; and principles of business management.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Plant SystemsRebecca Wallace
010701 V010000

International Agriculture
A course that focuses on the application of agricultural management and scientific principles to the problems of global food production and distribution, and to the study of the agricultural systems of other countries. Includes instruction in agricultural economics; comparative agricultural systems; international agribusiness and law; third-world development studies and economic development; and global applications of climate, soil, water resources, ecological and environmental studies, and animal and plant sciences.

E

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Agribusiness SystemsRebecca Wallace
10802V010000

Agricultural Communications/ Journalism
A course that prepares individuals to apply journalistic, communications, and broadcasting principles to the development, production, and transmittal of agricultural information. Includes instruction in basic journalism, broadcasting, film/video, and communications techniques; the production of technically specialized information products for agricultural audiences; and the principles of agricultural sciences and business operations needed to develop and communicate agricultural subject matter in effective ways.

E

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Agribusiness SystemsRebecca Wallace
010901 V010000 V510808

Animal Sciences, General
A general course that focuses on the scientific principles that underlie the breeding and husbandry of agricultural animals, and the production, processing, and distribution of agricultural animal products. Includes instruction in the animal sciences, animal husbandry and production, and agricultural and food products processing.

E

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Animal SystemsRebecca Wallace
10906V010000 V010300

Livestock Management
A course that focuses on the application of biological and chemical principles to the production and management of livestock animals and the production and handling of meat and other products. Includes instruction in animal sciences, range science, nutrition sciences, food science and technology, biochemistry, and related aspects of human and animal health and safety.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Animal Systems Rebecca Wallace
010907 V010000

Poultry Science
A course that focuses on the application of biological and chemical principles to the production and management of poultry animals and the production and handling of poultry products. Includes instruction in avian sciences, nutrition sciences, food science and technology, biochemistry, hatchery design, and related aspects of human and animal health and safety.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Animal SystemsRebecca Wallace
011001 V010000 V011001

Food Science
A course that focuses on the application of biological, chemical, and physical principles to the study of converting raw agricultural products into processed forms suitable for direct human consumption, and the storage of such products. Includes instruction in applicable aspects of the agricultural sciences, human physiology and nutrition, food chemistry, agricultural products processing, food additives, food preparation and packaging, food storage and shipment, and related aspects of human health and safety including toxicology and pathology.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Food Products and Processing SystemsRebecca Wallace
011002 V010000

Food Technology and Processing
A course that focuses on the application of chemical, physical, and engineering principles to the development and implementation of manufacturing, packaging, storage, and distribution technologies and processes for food products. Includes instruction in food engineering, food preservation and handling, food preparation, food packaging and display, food storage and shipment, and related equipment and facilities design, operation, and maintenance.

E

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Food Products and Processing SystemsRebecca Wallace
11101V010000

Plant Sciences, General
A general course that focuses on the scientific principles that underlie the breeding, cultivation, and production of agricultural plants, and the production, processing, and distribution of agricultural plant products. Includes instruction in the plant sciences, crop cultivation and production, and agricultural and food products processing.

E

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Plant SystemsRebecca Wallace
011102 V010000

Agronomy and Crop Science
A course that focuses on the chemical, physical, and biological relationships of crops and the soils nurturing them. Includes instruction in the growth and behavior of agricultural crops, the development of new plant varieties, and the scientific management of soils and nutrients for maximum plant nutrition, health, and productivity.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Plant SystemsRebecca Wallace
011103 V010000 V010601

Horticultural Science
A course that focuses on the scientific principles related to the cultivation of garden and ornamental plants, including fruits, vegetables, flowers, and landscape and nursery crops. Includes instruction in specific types of plants, such as citrus; breeding horticultural varieties; physiology of horticultural species; and the scientific management of horticultural plant development and production through the life cycle.

E

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Plant SystemsRebecca Wallace
11106V010000

Range Science and Management
A program that focuses on the scientific study of rangelands, arid regions, grasslands, and other areas of low productivity, as well as the principles of managing such resources for maximum benefit and environmental balance. Includes instruction in livestock management, wildlife biology, plant sciences, ecology, soil science, and hydrology.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Natural Resources SystemsRebecca Wallace
011201 V010000

Soil Science and Agronomy, General
A course that generally focuses on the scientific classification of soils, soil properties, and their relationship to agricultural crops. Includes instruction in soil chemistry, soil physics, soil biology, soil fertility, morphogenesis, mineralogy, hydrology, agronomy, and soil conservation and management.

E

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Plant SystemsRebecca Wallace
18888V600096 V600097

Agriculture Cooperative Worksite Experience
A learning experience in which the student has completed a Career and Technical Education sequence in their T&I Pathway education prior to the co-op experience or concurrently enrolls in a Career and Technical Education class at school and works in a related occupation. WAC 392-410-315 outlines regulations for granting credit for cooperative work-based learning experiences.

E

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

All within the cluster Rebecca Wallace
030101 V010000 V030101

Natural Resources/Conservation, General
A general course that focuses on the studies and activities relating to the natural environment and its conservation, use, and improvement. Includes instruction in subjects such as climate, air, soil, water, land, fish and wildlife, and plant resources; in the basic principles of environmental science and natural resources management; and the recreational and economic uses of renewable and nonrenewable natural resources.

E

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Natural Resources SystemsRebecca Wallace
30103V010000 V030101

Environmental Studies
A program that focuses on environment-related issues using scientific, social scientific, or humanistic approaches or a combination. Includes instruction in the basic principles of ecology and environmental science and related subjects such as policy, politics, law, economics, social aspects, planning, pollution control, natural resources, and the interactions of human beings and nature.

E

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Environmental Service SystemsRebecca Wallace
30198V010000 V010601 V141000 V150100 V210100 V460200 V460302 V470101 V470600

Sustainable Design and Technology
A course that exposes individuals to basic principles and technologies that align with Sustainable Green practices and industry standards Instruction in Impact of Individual Human Activities, Transportation sustainable technology, Power Generation Technology, Renewable Resources, Sustainable Agriculture, and Green Manufacturing.

E

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (15)

Engineering and TechnologyDenny Wallace
030201 V010000 V030101

Natural Resources Management and Policy
A course that prepares individuals to plan, develop, manage, and evaluate courses to protect and regulate natural habitats and renewable natural resources. Includes instruction in the principles of wildlife and conservation biology, environmental science, animal population surveying, natural resource economics, management techniques for various habitats, applicable law and policy, administrative and communications skills, and public relations.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Natural Resource SystemsRebecca Wallace
30204V010000 V030101

Natural Resource Economics
A program that focuses on the application of economic concepts and methods to the analysis of issues such as air and water pollution, land use planning, waste disposal, invasive species and pest control, conservation policies, and related environmental problems. Includes instruction in cost-benefit analysis; environmental impact assessment; evaluation and assessment of alternative resource management strategies; policy evaluation and monitoring; and descriptive and analytic tools for studying how environmental developments affect the economic system.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Natural Resource SystemsRebecca Wallace
30205V010000 V030101

Water, Wetlands, and Marine Resources Management
A program that prepares individuals to apply the principles of marine/aquatic biology, oceanography, natural resource economics, and natural resources management to the development, conservation, and management of freshwater and saltwater environments. Includes instruction in subjects such as wetlands, riverine, lacustrine, coastal, and oceanic water resources; water conservation and use; flood control; pollution control; water supply logistics; wastewater management; aquatic and marine ecology; aquatic and marine life conservation; and the economic and recreational uses of water resources.

E

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Natural Resource SystemsRebecca Wallace
30206V010000 V030101

Land Use Planning and Management/ Development
A program that focuses on how public and/or private land and associated resources can be preserved, developed, and used for maximum social, economic, and environmental benefit. Includes instruction in natural resources management, natural resource economics, public policy, regional and land use planning, environmental impact assessment, applicable law and regulations, government and politics, principles of business and real estate land use, statistical and analytical tools, computer applications, mapping and report preparation, site analysis, cost analysis, and communications skills.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Natural Resources SystemsRebecca Wallace
030301 V010000 V010303

Fishing and Fisheries Sciences and Management
A course that focuses on the scientific study of the husbandry and production of non-domesticated fish and shellfish populations for recreational and commercial purposes and the management of fishing and marine/aquatic product processing to ensure adequate conservation and efficient utilization. Includes instruction in the principles of marine/aquatic biology, freshwater and saltwater ecosystems, water resources, fishing production operations and management, fishing policy and regulation, and the management of recreational and commercial fishing activities.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Animal SystemsRebecca Wallace
030501 V010000 V030101

Forestry, General
A course that generally prepares individuals to manage and develop forest areas for economic, recreational, and ecological purposes. Includes instruction in forest-related sciences, mapping, statistics, harvesting and production technology, natural resources management and economics, wildlife sciences, administration, and public relations.

E

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Natural Resource SystemsRebecca Wallace
30506V010000 V030101

Forest Management/Forest Resources Management.
A program that prepares individuals to apply principles of forestry and natural resources management to the administration of forest lands and related resources. Includes instruction in silviculture, forest menstruation, forest protection, inventorying, biometrics, geographic information systems, remote sensing, photogrammetry, forest policy and economics, forest land use sensing, photogrammetry, forest policy and economics, forest land use planning, fire protection and management, and related administrative skills.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Natural Resourses SystemsRebecca Wallace
30508V010000 V030101 V010601

Urban Forestry
A program that prepares individuals to apply the principles of forestry and related sciences to the development, care, and maintenance of individual trees and forested areas within or close to areas of dense human habitation. Includes instruction in urban environments; effects of pollution on tree species; environmental design and landscaping; urban pest infestation; urban forest management; and applicable policies and regulations.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Natural Resources SystemsRebecca Wallace
30510V010000 V030101

Forest Resources Production and Management
A program that focuses on the application of forestry principles to the production, harvesting, and processing of forest resources and that prepares individuals to perform associated technical and managerial functions. Includes instruction in forest production and utilization, industrial forestry, agro forestry, transplantation, timber harvesting, selection and identification of trees, processing technologies and systems, equipment operations and maintenance, and related management skills.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Natural Resources SystemsRebecca Wallace
30511V010000 V030101

Forest Technology/Technician
A program that prepares individuals to assist foresters in the management and production of forest resources. Includes instruction in woods and field skills, tree identification, timber measurement, logging and timber harvesting, forest propagation and regeneration, forest fire-fighting, resource management, equipment operation and maintenance, record-keeping, sales and purchasing operations, and personnel supervision.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Natural Resources SystemsRebecca Wallace
30601V010000 V030101

Wildlife and Wild lands Science and Management
A course that prepares individuals to conserve and manage wilderness areas and the flora and fauna therein, and manage wildlife reservations and zoological facilities for recreational, commercial, and ecological purposes. Includes instruction in wildlife biology; environmental science; natural resources management and policy; outdoor recreation and parks management; the design and operation of natural and artificial wildlife habitats; applicable law and regulations; and related administrative and communications skills.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Natural Resources SystemsRebecca Wallace
38888V600096 V600097

Natural Resources and Conservation Cooperative Worksite Experience
A learning experience in which the student has completed a Career and Technical Education sequence in their program area education prior to the co-op experience or concurrently enrolls in a Career and Technical Education class at school and works in a related occupation. WAC 392-410-315 outlines regulations for granting credit for cooperative work-based learning experiences.

E

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

All within the clusterRebecca Wallace
90701V100100 V070000 V078000

TV/Radio Broadcast Journalism Technology
A course that focuses on the theories, methods and techniques used to plan, gather information, writing, and present information in print, audio, and video. The course will prepare individuals in the fields of reporting, writing, marketing, planning, distribution, and management. Includes instruction in media aesthetics; planning, writing styles, facilities management, marketing, distribution, media regulations, copyright law and policy.

P

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications (3)

Journalism and BroadcastingDenny Wallace
90903V080000 V078000 V521401

Advertising
A course that focuses on the creation, execution, transmission, and evaluation of commercial messages in various media intended to promote and sell products, services, and brands; and that prepares individuals to function as advertising assistants, technicians, and managers. Includes instruction in advertising theory, marketing strategy, advertising design and production methods, campaign methods and techniques, media management, related principles of business management, and applicable technical and equipment skills.

P

Marketing (14)

Marketing CommunicationsLance Wrzesinski
91001V070000 V091001 V078000

Publishing
A course that focuses on the process of managing the creation, publication, and distribution of print and electronic books and other text products and prepares individuals to manage the editorial, technical, and business aspects of publishing operations. Includes instruction in product planning and design, editing, author relations, business and copyright law, publishing industry operations, contracting and purchasing, product marketing, electronic publishing and commerce, history of publishing, and professional standards and ethics. (up to 180 hours)

P

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications (3)

Journalism and BroadcastingLance Wrzesinski
98888V600096 V600097

Communication/Journalism Cooperative Worksite Experience
A learning experience in which the student has completed a Career and Technical Education sequence in their T&I Pathway education prior to the co-op experience or concurrently enrolls in a Career and Technical Education class at school and works in a related occupation. WAC 392-410-315 outlines regulations for granting credit for cooperative work-based learning experiences.

E

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications (3)

Telecommuni-cationsLance Wrzesinski
100201V070000 V078000 V100100 V210100

Photography and Video Foundations
This course will focus on career exploration in the fields of photography and video production. The course will include basic theories, methods and techniques used to plan, produce, and distribute photos and video, Includes instruction in sound, lighting, camera options, composition, production preparation, and related computer applications. (Limited to 180 hrs.)

E

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications (3)

Audio and Video Technology and FilmDenny Wallace
100202V100100

Video Production Technology/Technician
A course that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to the production of television related video programming and related operations, under the supervision of studio managers, directors, editors, and producers. Includes instruction in sound, lighting, camera options and maintenance; power and feed control; studio operations; production preparation; basic broadcast engineering; related computer applications; and specialized applications such as news, entertainment, live talk, sports, commercial and corporate production.

P

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications (3)

Audio and Video Technology and FilmDenny Wallace
100203V100100

Recording Arts and Sound Reinforcement Technology
A course that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to the production of sound recordings as finished products or as components of film/video, broadcast, live, and mixed media productions. Includes instruction in sound equipment operation and maintenance; music, dialogue, and sound reinforcement effects recording; sound track editing; dubbing and mixing; sound; tape, disk, and CD production; digital recording and transmission; amplification, effects, folly; and working with producers, editors, directors, artists, and production managers.

P

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications (3)

Audio and Video Technology and FilmDenny Wallace
100290V070000 V078000 V100100 V210100 V521206

Visual Communications
This course will focus on career exploration in the fields of Visual Communications. Students will explore the areas that cover design, production, display, and presentation of material of all types (advertising, education, illustrative, etc.) using the media that best displays the illustration. Media includes digital photography, animation, computerized graphics, video, audio, and methods of presentation. (limited to 180 hrs.)

E

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications (3)

Visual ArtsDenny Wallace
100301V100100 V210100 V070000 V078000

Graphic Communications Foundations
This course will focus on career exploration in the field of Graphic Communications. Course will include theories, methods and techniques used in the graphic communication fields. Instruction will include; prepress, press, and post press phases of production operations, basic digital imaging, other reproduction methods, communication and employability skills, and safety. (limited to 180 hr.).

E

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications (3)

Printing TechnologyDenny Wallace
100303V100100 V070000 V078000

Prepress/Desktop Publishing and Digital Imaging Technology/Technician
A course that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to the layout, design, and typographic arrangement of printed and electronic graphic and textual products. Includes instruction in printing and lithographic equipment and operations; computer hardware and software; digital imaging; print preparation; page layout and design; desktop publishing and applicable principles of graphic design and web page design.

P

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications (3)

Printing TechnologyLance Wrzesinski
100304V100100 V521206 V470110 V480101 V070000 V078000

Animation Technology/Video Graphics and Special Effects
A course that prepares individuals to use computer applications and related visual imaging and sound, techniques to manipulate images and information originating as film, video, still photographs, digital copy, soundtracks, and physical objects in order to communicate messages simulating real-world content. Includes instruction in specialized camerawork and equipment operation and maintenance, image capture, dubbing, software applications, and applications to specific commercial, industrial, and entertainment needs.

P

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications (3)

Visual ArtsDenny Wallace
100305V100100

Graphics and Printing Equipment Operator and General Production
A course that generally prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to plan, prepare, and execute a variety of commercial and industrial graphic communication jobs. Includes instruction in the operation and maintenance of mechanical, electronic, digital graphic, printing, and finishing equipment; and related processes.

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Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications (3)

Printing TechnologyDenny Wallace
108888V600096 V600097

Communication Technologies Cooperative Worksite Experience
A learning experience in which the student has completed a Career and Technical Education sequence in their T&I Pathway education prior to the co-op experience or concurrently enrolls in a Career and Technical Education class at school and works in a business, management or administrative related occupation. WAC 392-410-315 outlines regulations for granting credit for cooperative work-based learning experiences.

E

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications (3)

 Denny Wallace
110103V070000 V521206 V078000

Fundamentals of Information Technology
A course that focuses on the design of technological information systems, including computing systems, as solutions to business and research data and communications support needs. Includes instruction in the principles of computer hardware and software components, algorithms, databases, telecommunications, user tactics, application testing, and human interface design. (90 or 180 hours)

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Information Technology (11)

Information Support and ServicesLance Wrzesinski
110201V070000 V078000 V141000 V210100 V470110 V521206

Computer Programming
A course that focuses on the general writing and implementation of generic and customized programs to drive operating systems and that generally prepares individuals to apply the methods and procedures of software design and programming to software installation and maintenance. Includes instruction in software design, low- and high-level languages and program writing; program customization and linking; prototype testing; troubleshooting; and related aspects of operating systems and networks.

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Information Technology (11)

Programming and Software DevelopmentLance Wrzesinski
110601V070000 V078000 V521206

Digital Communication Tools
A course that generally prepares individuals to perform basic data and text entry using standard and customized software products. Includes instruction in keyboarding skills, personal computer and work station operation, reading draft texts and raw data forms, audio and tape dictation, and various interactive software courses used for tasks such as word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and others. (90 hours)

E

Information Technology (11)

Information Support and ServicesLance Wrzesinski
110699V070000 V078000 V521206

Office User Specialist
A course that prepares individuals to master and use computer software applications for inputting, verifying, organizing, storing, retrieving, transforming (changing, updating, and deleting), and extracting information. Includes instruction in using various types of data entry such as word processing, spreadsheets, database design, presentation software and others. This course may provide the opportunity to show validation of expertise through a globally-recognized standard through Microsoft Office Specialist or equivalent industry certification. This course may be 90, 180 or 360 hours.

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Information Technology (11)

Information Support and ServicesLance Wrzesinski
110701V07000 V07800 V521206 V470110

Introduction to Computer Science
A program that focuses on computer theory, computing problems and solutions, and the design of computer systems and user interfaces from a scientific perspective. Includes instruction in the principles of computational science, computer development and programming, and applications to a variety of end-use situations.

E

Information Technology (11)

Programming and Software DevelopmentLance Wrzesinski
110801V070000 V078000 V100100 V470110 V521206

Webpage/Digital/Multimedia and Information Design
A course that prepares individuals to apply HTML, XML, JavaScript, graphic applications, and other authoring tools to the design, editing, and publishing, (launching) of documents, images, graphics, sound, and multimedia products on the World Wide Web. Includes instruction in internet theory; web page standards and policies; elements of web page design; user interfaces; vector tools; special effects; interactive and multimedia components; search engines; navigation; morphing; ecommerce tools; and emerging web technologies.

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Information Technology (11)

Programming and Software DevelopmentLance Wrzesinski
110802V070000 V078000 V470110 V521206

Data Modeling and Database Administration
A course that prepares individuals to design and manage the construction of databases and related software courses and applications, including the linking of individual data sets to create complex searchable databases (warehousing) and the use of analytical search tools (mining). Includes instruction in database theory, logic, and semantics; operational and warehouse modeling; dimensionality; attributes and hierarchies; data definition; technical architecture; access and security design; integration; formatting and extraction; data delivery; index design; implementation problems; planning and budgeting; and client and networking issues.

P

Information Technology (11)

Network SystemsLance Wrzesinski
110803V070000 V078000 V100100 V470110 V480101 V521206

Video Game Design/Digital Computer Animation for Game Design
A course that focuses on the software, hardware, and mathematical tools used to represent, display, and manipulate topological, two and three-dimensional objects on a video screen and prepares individuals to function as computer graphics/video game development specialists. Includes instruction in graphics software and systems; computer programming; digital multimedia; graphic design, video game design and development; graphics devices, processors, and standards; attributes and transformations; projections; surface identification and rendering; color theory; algebra; geometry; trigonometry and introduction to various mathematical concepts related to interactive computer and computer graphic-based applications.

P

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications (3)

Visual ArtsDenny Wallace
110901V070000 V078000 V470110 V470101

Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications
A course that focuses on the design, implementation, and management of linked systems of computers, peripherals, and associated software to maximize efficiency and productivity, and that prepares individuals to function as network specialists and managers at various levels. Includes instruction in operating systems and applications; systems design and analysis; networking theory and solutions; types of networks; network management and control; network and flow optimization; security; configuring; and troubleshooting. The second 180 hours of this course should lead to industry certification such as Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification.

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Information Technology (11)

Network SystemsLance Wrzesinski
111004V100100 V470110 V070000 V078000

Web/Multimedia Management and Webmaster
A program that prepares individuals to develop and maintain web servers and the hosted web pages at one or a group of web sites, and to function as designated webmasters. Includes instruction in computer systems and editing; information resources management; web policy and procedures; Internet applications of information systems security; user interfacing and usability research; and relevant management and communications skills.

P

Information Technology (11)

Information Support and ServicesLance Wrzesinski
111006V070000 V078000 V470110 V521206

Computer Support Specialist
A course that prepares individuals to analyze problems and research solutions; identify, test, and implement solutions; manage working relationships with customers; install, configure, and test new operating and application software and software upgrades; operate computer system and run system applications; and monitor and analyze system performance. Includes instruction in troubleshooting; facilitation and customer service; hardware and software installation, configuration, and upgrades; and system operations, monitoring, and maintenance.

P

Information Technology (11)

Information Support and ServicesLance Wrzesinski
118888V600096 V600097

Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services Cooperative Worksite Experience
A learning experience in which the student has completed a Career and Technical Education sequence in their T&I Pathway education prior to the co-op experience or concurrently enrolls in a Career and Technical Education class at school and works in a related occupation. WAC 392-410-315 outlines regulations for granting credit for cooperative work-based learning experiences.

E

Information Technology (11)

 Lance Wrzesinski
120401V120403

Cosmetology
Cosmetology generally prepares individuals to cut, trim, and style scalp, facial and body hair; apply cosmetic preparations; perform manicures and pedicures; massage the head and extremities; and prepare for practice as licensed cosmetologists in specialized or full service salons. It includes instruction in hair cutting and styling, manicuring, pedicuring, facial treatments, shampooing, chemical applications, esthetics, shop management, sanitation and safety, customer service, and applicable professional and labor laws and regulations.

P

Human Services (10)

Personal Care ServicesMary Nagel
120500V200002 V120505 V190405 V200493 V190504

Foods and Related Culinary Arts foundations.
A program that focuses on the general study of cooking and related culinary arts, Includes instruction in food preparation; cooking techniques; equipment operation and maintenance; sanitation and safety; communication skills; applicable regulations; and principles of food service management.

E

Hospitality and Tourism (9)

Restaurant and Food/Beverage ServicesMary Nagel
120501V200002 V200493 V120505

Baking and Pastry Arts/Baker/Pastry Chef
A program that prepares individuals to serve as professional bakers and pastry specialists in restaurants or other commercial baking establishments. Includes instruction in bread and pastry making, bread and pastry handling and storage, cake and pastry decorating, baking industry operations, product packaging and marketing operations, and counter display and services.

P

Hospitality and Tourism (9)

Restaurant and Food/Beverage ServicesMary Nagel
120503V200493

Culinary Arts/Chefs Training
Culinary Arts prepares individuals to provide professional chef and related cooking services in restaurants and other commercial food establishments. The course includes instruction in recipe and menu planning, preparing and cooking foods, supervising and training kitchen assistants, the management of food supplies and kitchen resources, aesthetics of food presentation, and familiarity or mastery of a wide variety of cuisines and culinary techniques.

P

Hospitality and Tourism (9)

Restaurant and Food/Beverage ServicesMary Nagel
120505V120505 V200002 V200493 V190504

Food Production and Services
In Food Production and Services courses students learn the knowledge, skills, and practices required for careers in Food Production and Services. The course prepares individuals to serve under the supervision of chefs and other food service professionals. It includes instruction in kitchen organizations, sanitation and quality control, basic food preparation and cooking skills, kitchen and kitchen equipment maintenance and quantity food measurement and monitoring.

P

Hospitality and Tourism (9)

Restaurant and Food/Beverage ServicesMary Nagel
128888V600096 V600097

Personal and Culinary Services Cooperative Worksite Experience
A learning experience in which the student has completed a Career and Technical Education sequence in their program area education prior to the co-op experience or concurrently enrolls in a Career and Technical Education class at school and works in a related occupation. WAC 392-410-315 outlines regulations for granting credit for cooperative work-based learning experiences.

E

Hospitality and Tourism (9)

Restaurant and Food/Beverage ServicesMary Nagel
130101V200002 V200212

Careers in Education
In Careers in Education students learn the knowledge, skills, and practices required for careers in education. The course focuses on the general theory and practice of learning and teaching; the basic principles of educational psychology; the art of teaching; the planning and administration of educational activities; and the social foundations of education. In addition standards and competencies from the Early Childhood, Education and Services and the Family and Community Services sections of the Family and Consumer Sciences National Standards are attained by students, preparing them for the beginning levels of a variety of human service careers.

P

Education and Training (5)

Teaching/TrainingMary Nagel
131501V200206

Educational Para Pro
The Educational Para Pro course focuses on skills needed by individuals who wish to be hired as a classified employee in a teacher assistant role.

P

Education and Training (5)

Teaching/TrainingMary Nagel
138888V600096 V600097

Education Cooperative Worksite Experience
A learning experience in which the student has completed a Career and Technical Education sequence in their program area education prior to the co-op experience or concurrently enrolls in a Career and Technical Education class at school and works in a related occupation. WAC 392-410-315 outlines regulations for granting credit for cooperative work-based learning experiences.

E

Education/Training (5)

Teaching/TrainingMary Nagel
140102V143501 V150100 V210100 V141000 V480101

Pre-Engineering Technologies
This course will provide opportunities for students to make connections among various technologies, math and science, enabling them to demonstrate their understanding of technology and its impact on society through experiences and activities that enhance and promote hands-on, design-based learning, as described in the Pre-Engineering model framework.

E

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (15)

Engineering and TechnologyClarence Dancer
140501V260102 V261202 V141000 V143501 V150100 V210100 V141000

Biotechnical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering
A program that prepares individuals to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development and operational evaluation of biomedical and health systems and products such as integrated biomedical systems, instrumentation, medical information systems, artificial organs and prostheses, and health management and care delivery systems. Aligns with Project Lead the Way Biotechnical Engineering.

P

STEM

Engineering and TechnologyClarence Dancer
141001V470101 V460302 V141000

Electronics, Engineering and Design
A course that prepares individuals to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development, and operational evaluation of electrical, electronic, and related communication systems and their components, including electrical power generation systems; and the analysis of problems such as superconductor, wave propagation, energy storage and retrieval, and reception and amplification.

E

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (15)

Engineering and TechnologyClarence Dancer
141801V141801 V141000

Introduction to Materials Engineering
A course that prepares individuals to apply mathematical and material science principles to design, development and operational evaluation of materials and related processes used in manufacturing in a wide variety of settings; the synthesis of new industrial materials, including marrying and bonding composites; analysis of material requirements and specifications; and related problems of systems design dependent on materials factors.

E

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (15)

Engineering and TechnologyClarence Dancer
144201V141000 V150100 V470101

Mechatronics and Industrial Automation
A program that prepares individuals to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development and operational evaluation of computer controlled electro-mechanical systems and products with embedded electronics, sensors, and actuators. Includes instruction in mechanical engineering, electronic and electrical engineering, computer and software engineering, and control engineering. "May include a sequence of Project Lead the Way courses that include Digital Electronics (149997), Computer Integrated Manufacturing (149996), Engineering Design and Development (149994), Biotechnical Engineering, (261201), Civil Engineering and Architecture (150201), and Introduction to Aerospace Engineering (149998)."

P

Manufacturing (13)

Manufacturing Production Process DevelopmentDenny Wallace
148888V600096 V600097

Engineering Cooperative Worksite Experience
A learning experience in which the student has completed a Career and Technical Education sequence in their program area education prior to the co-op experience or concurrently enrolls in a Career and Technical Education class at school and works in a related occupation. WAC 392-410-315 outlines regulations for granting credit for cooperative work-based learning experiences.

E

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (15)

 Clarence Dancer
149991V143501 V150100 V210100 V141000

Engineering Design 1
A course that teaches problem-solving skills using a design development process. Models of product solutions are created, analyzed and communicated using solid modeling computer design software. In New York State, the course is called Design and Drawing for Production and follows the syllabus developed by the State Education Department. (Aligns with Project Lead The Way course "Introduction to Engineering Design")

E

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (15)

Science and MathClarence Dancer
149992V143501 V150100 V210100 V141000

Engineering Design 2
A course that helps students understand the field of engineering/engineering technology. Exploring various technology systems and manufacturing processes help students learn how engineers and technicians use math, science and technology in an engineering problem solving process to benefit people. The course also includes concerns about social and political consequences of technological change. (Aligns with Project Lead The Way course "Principles of Engineering")

E

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (15)

Science and MathClarence Dancer
149993V143501 V150100 V210100 V141000

Engineering Design 3
An engineering research course in which students work in teams to research, design and construct a solution to an open-ended engineering problem.

E

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (15)

Science and MathClarence Dancer
149994V143501 V150100 V210100 V141000

Introduction to Science Research in Engineering
This capstone course gives student teams the opportunity to work with a mentor, identify a science research topic, conduct research, write a scientific paper, and defend team conclusions and recommendations to a panel of outside reviewers. Each team will have one or more mentors from the scientific and/or medical community guiding their scientific research. This course may be combined with the capstone course from the pre-engineering pathway, allowing students from both pathways to work together to engineer a product that could impact healthcare. (Aligns with Project Lead The Way course "Engineering Design and Development")

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Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (15)

Science and MathClarence Dancer
149995V143501 V150100 V210100 V141000

Introduction to Engineering Technology
This course provides project-based learning—a hands-on approach for the full-range of students for grades 6 – 8 classrooms and that relates technology to students' daily lives. It also promotes communication and collaboration by emphasizing a teaming approach in the instructional units while offering students learning challenges at all ability levels. (Aligns with Project Lead The Way course "Gateway to Technology")

E

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (15)

Science and MathClarence Dancer
149996V143501 V150100 V210100 V141000

Introduction to Computer Integrated Manufacturing
A course that applies principles of CAD design and builds on computer solid modeling skills developed in Introduction to Engineering Design, and Design and Drawing for Production. Students use CNC equipment to produce actual models of three-dimensional designs. Fundamental concepts of robotics used in automated manufacturing, and design analysis are included. (Aligns with Project Lead The Way course "Computer Manufacturing")

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Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (15)

Science and MathClarence Dancer
149997V143501 V150100 V210100 V141000

Digital Electronics
A course in applied logic that encompasses the application of electronic circuits and devices. Computer simulation software is used to design and test digital circuitry prior to the actual construction of circuits and devices. (Aligns with Project Lead The Way course "Digital Electronics")

P

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (15)

Science and MathClarence Dancer
149998V143501 V150100 V210100 V141000

Introduction to Aerospace Engineering
Through hands-on engineering projects developed with NASA, students learn about aerodynamics, astronautics, space-life sciences, and systems engineering.

P

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (15)

Science and MathClarence Dancer
150201V150100 V210100 V141000

Introduction to Civil Engineering and Architecture
This course provides an overview of the fields of Civil Engineering and Architecture, while emphasizing the interrelationship and dependence of both fields on each other. Students solve real world problems and communicate solutions to hands-on projects and activities.

P

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (15)

Science and MathClarence Dancer
150405V150100 V470101

Industrial Robotics Technology/Technician
A course that prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in developing and using industrial robotics. Includes instruction in the principles of robotics, design and operational testing, system maintenance and repair procedures, industrial robotics computer systems, PLC, and control language, specific system types and applications to specific industrial tasks, safety, and report preparation.

P

Manufacturing (13)

Manufacturing Production Process DevelopmentDenny Wallace
150406V150100 V210100 V470101 V141000

Robotics Foundations
A course that exposes individuals to use basic engineering principles and technical skills in developing and using robotics. Includes instruction in the principles of robotics, design and operational testing, system maintenance and repair procedures, robotics computer systems, control language, and safety. (limited to 180hr)

E

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (15)

Engineering and TechnologyClarence Dancer
150505V470101 V141801 V460302

Solar and Wind Energy Technology
A program that prepares individuals to apply basic principles and technical skills in support of solar and wind powered energy systems. Includes instruction in solar energy principles, installation procedures, energy storage and transfer technologies, testing and inspection procedures, system maintenance procedures, and report preparation.

P

Manufacturing (13)

Maintenance, Installation & RepairDenny Wallace
150613V150100

Manufacturing Technology/Technician
A course that prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills to the identification and resolution of production problems in the manufacture of products. Includes instruction in machine operations, production line operations, engineering analysis, systems analysis, instrumentation, physical controls, automation, computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), manufacturing planning, quality control, and informational infrastructure.

P

Manufacturing (13)

Manufacturing Production Process DevelopmentDenny Wallace
150801V470608 V141000

Aeronautical and Aerospace Engineering Technology
A course that prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in support of engineers and other professionals engaged in developing, manufacturing and testing aircraft, spacecraft and their systems. Includes instruction in aircraft/spacecraft systems technology; design and development testing, prototype and operational testing; inspection and maintenance procedures, instrument calibration, test equipment operation; maintenance and report preparation.

E

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (15)

Engineering and TechnologyClarence Dancer
151201 V141000 V470110

Computer Engineering Technology
A course that prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in support of computer engineers engaged in designing and developing computer systems and installations. Includes instruction in computer electronics and programming, prototype development and testing, systems installation and testing, solid state and micro miniature circuitry, peripheral equipment, and report preparation. (Aligns with Project Lead The Way course "Civil Engineering and Architecture")

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Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (15)

Engineering and Technology Clarence Dancer
151202V470110

Computer Technology/ Computer Systems Technology
A course that prepares individuals to apply basic principles and technical skills in support of professionals who use computer systems. Includes instruction in basic computer design and architecture; programming; problems of specific computer applications; component and system maintenance and inspection procedures; hardware and software problem diagnosis and repair; and report preparation.

P

Manufacturing (13)

Maintenance, Installation & RepairDenny Wallace
151301V210100 V480101 V141000

Drafting and Design Technology General
A course that prepares individuals to generally apply technical skills to create working drawings and computer simulations for a variety of applications. Includes instruction in specification interpretation, dimensioning techniques, drafting calculations, material estimation, technical communications, computer applications, and interpersonal communications.

E

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (15)

Engineering and TechnologyDenny Wallace
151302V210100 V480101 V141000

CAD/CADD Drafting and/or Design Technology
A course that prepares individuals to apply technical skills and advanced computer software and hardware to the creation of graphic representations and simulations in support of engineering projects. Includes instruction in engineering graphics, two-dimensional and three-dimensional engineering design, solids modeling, engineering animation, computer-aided drafting (CAD), computer-aided design (CADD), and techniques.

E

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (15)

Engineering and TechnologyDenny Wallace
151303V210100 V460200 V480101

High-Performance Green Building Architectural Drafting and Design
A course that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to develop working drawing and electronic simulations for architectural and related construction projects. Includes instruction in basic construction and structural design; architectural rendering, architectural-aided drafting (CAD), layout and designs, architectural blueprint interpretation, building materials, and basic structural wiring diagramming.

P

Architecture and Construction (2)

Design /Pre-Construction Denny Wallace
151304V210100 V480101

Civil Drafting and Civil Engineering CAD/CADD
A course that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to develop working drawing and electronic simulations in support of civil engineers, geological engineers, and related professionals. Includes instruction in basic civil engineering principles, geological and seismographic mapping, machine drafting, computer-aided drafting (CAD), pipe drafting, survey interpretation, and blueprint reading.

P

Architecture and Construction (2)

Design/Pre-Construction Denny Wallace
151305 V210100 V460302 V470101 V480101

Electrical/Electronics Drafting CAD/CADD
A course that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to develop working schematics and representations in support of electrical/electronic engineers, computer engineers, and related professionals. Includes instruction in basic electronics, electrical systems and computer layouts; electrode-mechanical drafting; manufacturing circuitry; computer-aided drafting (CAD); and electrical systems specification interpretation.

P

Manufacturing (13)

Manufacturing Production Process       DevelopmentDenny Wallace
151306V150100 V210100 V480101

Mechanical Drafting and CAD/CADD
A course that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to develop working drawing and electronic simulations in support of mechanical and industrial engineers, and related professionals. Includes instruction in manufacturing materials and processes, mechanical drafting, electrode-mechanical drafting, basic metallurgy, geometric dimensioning and tolerance, blueprint reading and technical communication.

P

Manufacturing (13)

Manufacturing Production Process       DevelopmentDenny Wallace
158888V600096 V600097

Engineering Technologies Cooperative Worksite Experience
A learning experience in which the student has completed a Career and Technical Education sequence in their program area education prior to the co-op experience or concurrently enrolls in a Career and Technical Education class at school and works in a related occupation. WAC 392-410-315 outlines regulations for granting credit for cooperative work-based learning experiences.

E

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (15)

 Clarence Dancer
160103V160103

Translation and Interpretation
Translation and Interpretation prepares individuals to be professional interpreters and/or translators of documents and data files, either from English into another language or vice versa.

P

Education and Training (5)

Professional Support ServicesMary Nagel
161603V510205

Sign Language Interpretation/Interpreter
Sign Language Interpreting prepares individuals to function as simultaneous interpreters of American Sign Language (ASL) and other sign language systems employed to assist the hearing impaired, both one-way and two-way.

P

Education and Training (5)

Professional Support ServicesMary Nagel
168888V600096 V600097

Linguistics Cooperative Worksite Experience
A learning experience in which the student has completed a Career and Technical Education sequence in their program area education prior to the co-op experience or concurrently enrolls in a Career and Technical Education class at school and works in a related occupation. WAC 392-410-315 outlines regulations for granting credit for cooperative work-based learning experiences.

E

Education and Training (5)

Professional Support ServicesMary Nagel
190000V200002

Work and Family Foundations
The Work and Family Foundations class is designed to meet unique local needs and complement other FACSE foundation courses. It includes instruction in career, community, and family connections in four of the following areas: family; family and consumer resources; human development; interpersonal relationships; nutrition and wellness; parenting. All FACSE Work and Family Foundation courses focus on the process skills of critical and creative thinking, communication skills, leadership and management, in particular, the planning process for problem solving and decision making.

E

Human Services (10)

Family and Community ServicesMary Nagel
190001V200002

Personal Choices
The selection of standards and competencies, which comprise Personal Choices, represent the concerns or interests of younger students as they face the challenge of understanding themselves, the people around them, and managing their own lives and resources. These standards and competencies are selected from the National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education. Making connections between family, school, and community, as well as using the planning process for problem solving and decision making is a major focus of Personal Choices.

E

Human Services (10)

Consumer ServicesMary Nagel
190002V200002

Independent Living
Independent Living is designed to prepare students for responsible decision making in a variety of areas that confront young adults as they leave high school. The primary focus of Independent Living is the development of essential skills for living on their own, in a family, or with others. Standards and competencies are selected from the National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education. Planning systems to manage connections between human economic and environmental resources examining family responsibilities, career choices, and community involvement is an essential component of this course.

E

Human Services (10)

Consumer ServicesMary Nagel
190003V200002 V260102 V510900 V510800 V511614

Family Health
Family Health is designed to prepare students for life-long decision making, problem solving, critical thinking, and management skills related to health and wellness issues impacting families. The primary role is enabling students to assume an active role in developing healthy lifestyles for themselves and others. Integrating the Washington Health and Fitness essential learning's with standards and competencies from the National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education, this course focuses on the interrelationships of healthy choices and a productive, satisfying life.

E

Health Science (8)

Health InformaticsMary Nagel
190401V070000 V200002 V078000

Consumer and Family Resources
In Consumer and Family Resources students will learn to evaluate management practices related to the human, economic, and environmental resources. The effective management of current and future resources is stressed. Learning activities will help students make satisfying short and long-term decisions. Standards and competencies address financial goal-setting and strategies; household income, assets, and debt management; preventing and resolving financial difficulties; and use of public resources.

E

Human Services (10)

Consumer ServicesMary Nagel
190403 V190403 V200002

Consumer Services
In Consumer Services students learn the knowledge, skills, and practices required for careers in Consumer Services. The focus is on providing end-use advice and representational services to individuals and groups within a variety of settings and the analytical and research techniques needed to protect consumers from unsafe, unreliable, and/or healthy products and services.

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Human Services (10)

Consumer ServicesMary Nagel
190501V190504 V200002

Nutrition and Wellness
The Nutrition and Wellness course focuses on the role of foods and nutrition in human health and wellness. Areas of study include demonstration of nutrition and wellness practices that enhance individual and family well being across the life span. Concepts related to factors which influence nutrition and wellness, nutritional needs, acquiring, handling and using foods, food safety and the impact of science and technology are all included.

E

Health Science (8)

Support ServicesMary Nagel
190504V190504 V200002

Food Science, Dietetics, and Nutrition
In Food Science, Dietetics, and Nutrition students learn the knowledge, skills, and practices required for careers in Food Science, Dietetics, and Nutrition. The course focuses on the relationships between food consumption and human development and health. Instruction includes risk management procedures, nutritional therapy, technology in food production, and diet and nutritional analysis and planning.

E

Health Science (8)

Therapeutic ServicesMary Nagel
190601V190601 V200002 V190901

Housing, Interiors and Furnishings
In Housing, Interiors, and Furnishings students learn the knowledge, skills, and practices required for careers in Housing, Interiors, and Furnishings. The course focuses on the behavioral, social, economic, functional and aesthetic aspects of housing, interiors and furnishings. Instruction includes analyzing, planning, designing, furnishings and equipping residential, work and leisure spaces to meet user needs, and the study of related policies.

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Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications (3)

Visual ArtsMary Nagel
190701V200002

Human Development
Human Development is a course that focuses on basic human developmental and behavioral characteristics of the individual within the context of the family. Principles of human growth and development, factors that impact human growth and development and strategies that promote human growth and development, across the life span are all areas of study.

E

Human Services (10)

Family and Community ServicesMary Nagel
190703V190707 V200002

Career, Community, and Family Connections
In Career, Community and Family Connections students will learn to integrate multiple life roles and responsibilities in family, work and community settings. The issues and related standards and competencies of Career, Community, and Family Connections integrate the essential concepts and skills of managing work and family. Recognizing the unique diversity of individual and family values and goals, as well as the cultural, ethnic, and religious backgrounds which impact decisions, choices and actions is an essential component of this course.

E

Human Services (10)

Family and Community ServicesMary Nagel
190704V200002

Family Systems
The Family Systems course focuses on the evaluation of the significance of family and its impact on the well being of individuals and society. The family is studied as a social unity in its developmental, dynamic, comparative and structure aspects. Demonstration of an appreciation for diverse perspectives, needs, and characteristics of individuals and families is a significant outcome. The course includes instruction in related principles of sociology, psychology, behavioral sciences and the humanities.

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Human Services (10)

Family and Community ServicesMary Nagel
190706V200002

Child Development/Parenting
A program that focuses on the intellectual, social, emotional and biological development of children and the planning and design of related human services. Includes instruction in parent-child relations: parenting practices; special needs of children; parental and environmental influences on child development; external support services and related public policy issues.

E

Human Services (10)

Early Childhood Development & ServicesMary Nagel
190707V190707 V200002

Family and Community Services
In the Family and Community Services course students learn the knowledge, skills, and practices required for careers in Family and Community Services. The course focuses on the development and implementation of public, private, and voluntary support services for individuals, families, and localities and prepares individuals to function in a variety of occupations promoting family life, and family/community development.

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Human Services (10)

Family and Community ServicesMary Nagel
190708V190708 V200002

Early Childhood, Education and Services
In Early Childhood, Education and Services students learn knowledge, skills, and practices required for careers in Early Childhood, Education and Services. The course focuses on the provision and management of child care services and prepares individuals to plan, design, and manage child care facilities and programs that meet children's developmental needs and interests and that provide safe and healthy environments.

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Human Services (10)

Early Childhood Development & ServicesMary Nagel
190710V200002

Interpersonal Relationships
The Interpersonal Relationships class provides students with the opportunity to demonstrate respectful and caring relationships in the family, workplace and community. Areas of study include functions and expectations of various types of relationships, personal needs and characteristics and their impact on relationships, communication skills, conflict prevention and management techniques, teamwork and leadership skills and standards that guide behavior.

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Human Services (10)

Family and Community ServicesMary Nagel
190716V200002

Teen Parenting
Teen Parenting is a course for pregnant teens and/or young parents focusing on work and family foundation skills of significance to these students. The model curriculum framework for this course is the Teen Parenting/GRADS framework. A Teen Parenting course does include all components of a CTE FACSE course, but not those additional components of a GRADS program. Please see the GRADS description for details.

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Human Services (10)

Early Childhood Development & ServicesMary Nagel
190726V200002

GRADS (Graduation, Reality and Dual Skills)
GRADS is a program for pregnant teens and/or young parents focusing work and family foundation skills of significance to these students. The classroom component of the program uses the Adolescent Parent curriculum. In addition to the GRADS class standards and competencies, a GRADS programs includes student demonstration of skills leading to economic independence. The GRADS program requires a GRADS certified teacher, on site child care and child care student learning activities, as well as home and community outreach.

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Human Services (10)

Early Childhood Development & ServicesMary Nagel
190901V190901 V200002

Textiles and Apparel
In Textiles and Apparel students learn the knowledge, skills and practices required for careers in Textiles and Apparel. The course focuses on the development of textile products, their distribution and use in terms of the psychological, social, economic, and physical needs of consumers.

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Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications (3)

Visual ArtsMary Nagel
198888V600096 V600097

Family & Consumer Sciences Cooperative Worksite Experience
A learning experience in which the student has completed a Career and Technical Education sequence in their program area education prior to the co-op experience or concurrently enrolls in a Career and Technical Education class at school and works in a related occupation. WAC 392-410-315 outlines regulations for granting credit for cooperative work-based learning experiences.

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Human Services (10)

Family and Community ServicesMary Nagel
210198V100100 V150100 V210100 V460200 V470101 V470110 V470600 V141000

Technology Foundations
This course will provide opportunities for students to make connections among various technologies, math and science, enabling them to demonstrate their understanding of standards and competencies used in this curriculum framework: ITEA (International Technology Education Association) Standards for Technological Literacy.

E

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (15)

Science and MathClarence Dancer
218888V600096 V600097

Technology Education Cooperative Worksite Experience
A learning experience in which the student has completed a Career and Technical Education sequence in their program area education prior to the co-op experience or concurrently enrolls in a Career and Technical Education class at school and works in a related occupation. WAC 392-410-315 outlines regulations for granting credit for cooperative work-based learning experiences.

E

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (15)

 Clarence Dancer
220001V070000 V078000 V520403

Business Law
A general course that focuses on law and new issues from the perspective of the social sciences and humanities. Includes instruction in the theory and practice of the legal system, including the statutory, administrative, and judicial components of civil and criminal law. (90 or 180 hours)

E

Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security (12)

Legal ServicesLance Wrzesinski
220301V070000 V078000 V520403

Legal Administrative Assistant
A course that prepares individuals to serve as legal office managers, special assistants, and legal secretaries. Includes instruction in office management, secretarial science, principles of U.S. or Canadian law, legal terminology and documentation, legal research, legal software applications, law office procedures, recordkeeping, billing, applicable policies and regulations, and professional standards and ethics.

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Law, Public Safety and Security (12)

Legal ServicesLance Wrzesinski
228888V600096 V600097

Legal Professions and Studies Cooperative Worksite Experience
A learning experience in which the student has completed a Career and Technical Education sequence in their program area education prior to the co-op experience or concurrently enrolls in a Career and Technical Education class at school and works in a related occupation. WAC 392-410-315 outlines regulations for granting credit for cooperative work-based learning experiences.

E

Law, Public Safety and Security (12)

Legal ServicesLance Wrzesinski
231101V070000 V078000 V521206

Technical Communication
A course that focuses on the theory, methods, and skills needed for writing and editing scientific, technical and business papers and monographs. (180 hours)

E

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications (3)

Journalism and BroadcastingLance Wrzesinski
260102V141000 V260102 V512210

Biomedical Sciences
A general Program that focuses on the integrative scientific study of biological issues related to health and medicine. Instruction encompasses a variety of biological disciplines.

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Health Science (8)

Biotechnology Research and DevelopmentMarianna Goheen
260103V141000 V260102 V261202 V410301 V510700 V510709 V510800 V510900 V511614

Biotechnology-Body Systems
A program that focuses on the organization, structure, function, and interactions of body systems as they explore identity, power, movement, protection, and homeostasis. (Aligns with Project Lead the Way course “Human Body Systems”)

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Health Science (8)

Biotechnology Research and DevelopmentMarianna Goheen
260104V141000 V260102

Biomedical Innovation
Students design innovative solutions for the health challenges of the 21st century. They work through progressively challenging open-ended problems, addressing topics such as clinical medicine, physiology, biomedical engineering, and public health. They have the opportunity to work on an independent project with a mentor or advisor from a university, hospital, research institution, or the biomedical industry. Throughout the course, students are expected to present their work to an audience of STEM professional. This course is designed for the 12th grade students.

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Health Science (8)

Biotechnology Research and DevelopmentMarianna Goheen
261201V010000 V410301

Agricultural Biotechnology
A program that focuses on the application of the biological sciences, biochemistry, and genetics to the preparation of new and enhanced agricultural, environmental, clinical, and industrial products, including the commercial exploitation of microbes, plants, and animals. Includes instruction in bioinformatics, gene identification, phylogenetic and comparative genomics, bioinorganic chemistry, immunoassaying, DNA sequencing, xenotransplantation, genetic engineering, industrial microbiology, drug and biologic development enzyme-based production processes, patent law, biotechnology management and marketing, applicable regulations, and biotechnology ethics.

E

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Biotechnology SystemsRebecca Wallace
261202V261202 V410301 V512210

Health Science Biotechnology
A program that focuses on the application of biological sciences, biochemistry, and genetics to health care. Includes instruction bioinformatics, gene identification, biochemistry, DNA sequencing, genetic engineering, industrial microbiology, drug and biologic developments, patent law, biotechnology management, marketing and ethic, and applicable regulations. “Aligns with the sequence of Project Lead the Way courses that include Medical Intervention, Biomedical Innovations, and Biology & Biomedical Sciences Worksite Experience.”

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Health Science (8)

Biotechnology Research and DevelopmentMarianna Goheen
261302V010000 V010303

Marine Biology and Biological Oceanography
A program that focuses on the scientific study of the ecology and behavior of microbes, plants, and animals inhabiting oceans, coastal waters, and saltwater wetlands and their interactions with the physical environment. Includes instruction in chemical, physical, and geological oceanography; molecular, cellular, and biochemical studies; marine microbiology; marine botany; ichthyology; mammalogy; marine population dynamics and biodiversity; reproductive biology; studies of specific species, phyla, habitats, and ecosystems; marine paleoecology and paleontology; and applications to fields such as fisheries science and biotechnology.

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Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Natural Resource SystemsRebecca Wallace
268888V600096 V600097

Biology & Biomedical Sciences Cooperative Worksite Experience
A learning experience in which the student has completed a Career and Technical Education sequence in their program area education prior to the co-op experience or concurrently enrolls in a Career and Technical Education class at school and works in a related occupation. WAC 392-410-315 outlines regulations for granting credit for cooperative work-based learning experiences.

E

Health Science (8)

BiotechnologyMarianna Goheen
270301CTE Cert. And Current Applied Math Training

Applied Math
A course that focuses on the application of mathematics and statistics to the solution of functional problems in fields such as engineering and the applied sciences. Includes instruction in natural phenomena modeling continuum mechanics, reaction-diffusion, wave propagation, dynamic systems, numerical analysis, controlled theory, asymptotic methods, variation, optimization theory, inverse problems, and applications to specific scientific and industrial topics.

E

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (15)

Science and MathClarence Dancer
270305V070000 V078000 V080000 V200002 V520100 V520300 V520895 V521401 V080301

Financial Math
A program that focuses on the application of mathematics and statistics to the finance industry, including the development, critique, and use of various financial models. Includes instruction in probability theory, statistical analysis, numerical methods, computation and simulation methods, stochastic processes, economics, financial literacy and financial markets and applications.

E

Finance (6)

AccountingLance Wrzesinski
279991V141000

Technical Mathematics for the Trades
A program that focuses on the mathematics requirements of those preparing for entry into a variety of trades.  The standards and competencies are based upon industry expectations in the trades, as well as manufacturing and health sciences.

E

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (15)

Science and MathClarence Dancer
279998V070000 V078000 V080301 V200002 V520300 V520895 V521401

Business Math
This course allows individuals to learn and apply math skills and operations to calculate discounts, mark-ups, mark-downs, verifying invoices, computing payroll, interest, and installment buying. Also includes instruction in operating the desktop 10-key calculator by touch and use this equipment for fast, efficient solutions to business math problems as well as personal financial management topics of budgeting, expense monitoring, and maintaining a personal or business checkbook.

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Business, Management & Administration (4)

General ManagementLance Wrzesinski
280301V280300

JROTC Military Science
A program that focuses on the purpose and objectives of the United States military and all its branches, its rank structure, its customs and tradition, and its importance in national defense and security. The program introduces students to the theory and practice of military science, life in the military and prepares them for cadet status (JROTC or ROTC) or for service in the reserve or active duty military. Programs are offered as adjuncts to regular high school instructional programs.

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Government and Public Administration (7)

National SecurityDenny Wallace
288888V600096 V600097

Government and Public Administration Cooperative Worksite Experience
A learning experience in which the student has completed a Career and Technical Education sequence in their program area education prior to the co-op experience or concurrently enrolls in a Career and Technical Education class at school and works in a related occupation. WAC 392-410-315 outlines regulations for granting credit for cooperative work-based learning experiences.

E

Government and Public Administration (7)

 Denny Wallace
310101V310101

Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation
The Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation course includes the knowledge, skills, and practices required for careers in Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation. The course prepares individuals to demonstrate procedures applied to safety, security and environmental issues, and practices and skills involved in lodging occupations and travel related services, to apply concepts of customer service, and to manage recreation, leisure and other programs and events.

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Hospitality and Tourism (9)

Recreation, Amusements, and AttractionsMary Nagel
310504V078000 V080000 V521401

Sports, Recreation and Entertainment Marketing and Management
A course that prepares individuals to apply business, coaching and physical education principles to the organization, administration and management of athletic courses and teams, fitness/rehabilitation facilities and health clubs, sport recreation services, and related services. Includes instruction in course planning and development; business and financial management principles, sales, marketing and recruitment; event promotion, scheduling and management; facilities management; public relations; legal aspects of sports; and applicable health and safety standards. May include instruction related to marketing and management in the entertainment industry. (90 or 180 hours)

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Marketing (14)

Professional Sales and MarketingLance Wrzesinski
310507V310510 V510709

Physical Fitness Technician
A program that prepares individuals for employment in health and fitness clubs, wellness centers, public and private recreation facilities, hospitals and corporate fitness programs where they will perform a variety of instructional and administrative duties. Includes instruction in human anatomy and physiology, fitness techniques, exercise science, personal training, nutrition, and customer service.

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Human Services (10)

Personal Care ServicesMarianna Goheen
318888V600096 V600097

Hospitality, Tourism and Recreation Cooperative Worksite Experience
A learning experience in which the student has completed a Career and Technical Education sequence in their program area education prior to the co-op experience or concurrently enrolls in a Career and Technical Education class at school and works in a related occupation. WAC 392-410-315 outlines regulations for granting credit for cooperative work-based learning experiences.

E

Marketing (14)

Travel and TourismLance Wrzesinski
320107V600091 V600092

Career Choices
A course that focuses on the linkage between individual capabilities and needs and the job market. Includes instruction in the variety and scope of available employment, how to access job information, and techniques of self-analysis. (90 or 180 hours)

E

All Clusters

 All
400891CTE Cert. and current Principles of Technologies Training V210100 V141000

Principles of Technology Applied
A course that delivers the science of physics in an applied manner. Included is the scientific study of matter and energy, and the formulation and testing of the laws governing the behavior of the matter-energy continuum. Includes instruction in classical and modern physics, electricity and magnetism, thermodynamics, mechanics, wave methods, and laboratory processes that connect the theoretical science to applications in daily work and living applications. (moved from 210196)

E

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (15)

Science and MathClarence Dancer
401099CTE Cert. and current Principles of Technologies Training V210100 V141000

Materials Science Technology Applied
A course that prepares individuals to apply mathematical and material science principles to the study of materials and related processes used in a wide variety of settings; the synthesis of new materials, including marrying and bonding composites.

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Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (15)

Science and MathClarence Dancer
430100V210100 V430100 V430203

Public Safety and Security Foundations
This course will focuses on career exploration in the fields of Law, Public Safety and Security. The course covers theories, methods and techniques used in the Law, Public Safety and Security fields. Instruction in core cluster skills. Includes instruction in basic police science, fire science, forensic science, corrections, homeland security, communication and employability skills, and safety. (limited to 180 hr.)

E

Law, Public Safety and Security (12)

Emergency and Fire ManagementServicesDenny Wallace
430106V430100 V430106

Forensic Science Technology/ Crime Scene Investigation
A program focuses on the application of the physical, biomedical, and social sciences to the analysis and evaluation of physical evidence, human testimony and criminal suspects. Includes instruction in forensic medicine, forensic dentistry, anthropology, psychology, pathology, forensic laboratory technology, crime scene analysis, fingerprint technology, document analysis, pattern analysis, examination procedures, applicable law and regulations, and professional standards and ethics.

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Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security (12)

Law Enforcement ServicesDenny Wallace
430107V430100

Criminal Justice/Police Science
A course that prepares individuals to perform the duties of police and public security officers, including patrol and investigative activities, traffic control, crowd control and public relations, witness interviewing, evidence collection and management, basic crime prevention methods, equipment operation and maintenance, report preparation, and other routine law enforcement responsibilities.

P

Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security (12)

Law Enforcement ServicesDenny Wallace
430109V430100

Homeland Security and Loss Prevention Services
A course that prepares individuals to perform routine inspection, homeland security duties, patrol and crime prevention services for public and private clients. Includes instruction in the fields of transportation security, port security, public security, personal protection, property security, and corrections.

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Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security (12)

Law Enforcement ServicesDenny Wallace
430116V070000 V078000 V470110 V521206

Cyber/Computer Forensics
A program focusing on the principles and techniques used to identify, search, seize and analyze digital media and to conduct cyber investigations against criminal and terrorist activity using sound handling and examination procedures. May include instruction in computer boot processes and drives, jumper setting, file access and reconstruction, network systems, cryptography, programming, investigative techniques forensic imagery, web-based investigation methods, cyber terrorism, and applicable laws and administrative procedures. May also include instruction in data recovery, and preservation of digital culture heritage.

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Information Technology (11)

Network SystemsLance Wrzesinski
430203V430203

Fire Science/Fire Fighting
A course that prepares individuals to perform the duties of fire fighters. Includes instruction in firefighting equipment operation and maintenance, principles of fire science and combustible substances, methods of controlling different types of fires, hazardous material handling and control, fire rescue procedures, public relations, and applicable laws and regulations.

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Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security (12)

Emergency and Fire Management ServicesDenny Wallace
430206V430203

Wildland/Forest Firefighting and Investigation
A program focusing on the application of fire science, firefighting and investigation to the prevention, control and mitigation of wildland/forest fires. Includes instruction in fire science and behavior, wildland/forest environments, meteorology, fire hydraulics and dynamics, water and chemical supply systems, wildland/forest firefighting operations, airborne firefighting, firebreak engineering, communications systems, fire prevention, investigation techniques, case management and preparation.

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Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security (12)

Emergency and Fire Management ServicesDenny Wallace
438888V600096 V600097

Security and Protective Service Cooperative Worksite Experience
A learning experience in which the student has completed a Career and Technical Education sequence in their program area education prior to the co-op experience or concurrently enrolls in a Career and Technical Education class at school and works in a related occupation. WAC 392-410-315 outlines regulations for granting credit for cooperative work-based learning experiences.

E

Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security (12)

All within the cluster Denny Wallace
439901V430100 V430203

Emergency Dispatcher
A program that prepares individuals with entry-level skills in emergency communications. Includes instruction in police, fire, and medical terminology, stress management, and crisis intervention.

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Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security (12)

Emergency and Fire Management ServicesDenny Wallace
450601V070000 V078000 V080000 V080301 V520100 V521401

Economics
A course that focuses on the systematic study of the production, conservation and allocation of resources in conditions of scarcity, together with the organizational frameworks related to these processes. Includes instruction in economic theory, micro- and macro-economics, comparative economic systems, money and banking systems, international economics, quantitative analytical methods, and applications to specific industries and public policy issues.

E

Finance (6)

Business Financial ManagementLance Wrzesinski
460000V460200

Commercial Construction Trades
A course that focuses on technical knowledge and skills in the commercial building trades. Include instruction in masonry, carpentry, electrical, steel, building/ finishing, management, inspection and other construction-related applications.

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Architecture and Construction (2)

ConstructionDenny Wallace
460100V460200 V210100

Architecture and Construction Foundations
This course will focus on career exploration in the fields of Architecture and Construction. It will focus on the theories, methods and techniques. Instruction in core cluster skills, including instruction in basic architectural drafting, introduction to hand and power tools, introduction to blueprints, communication and employability skills, and safety. (limited to 180 hrs.)

E

Architecture and Construction (2)

ConstructionDenny Wallace
460201V460200

Residential Carpentry/Carpenter
A course that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to lay out, cut, fabricate, erect, install, and repair wooden structures and fixtures, using hand and power tools. Includes instruction in technical mathematics, framing, construction materials and selection, job estimating, blueprint reading, foundations and roughing-in, finish carpentry techniques, and applicable codes and standards.

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Architecture and Construction (2)

ConstructionDenny Wallace
460290V460200 V490300

Marine Carpentry/Boat Building
A course that teaches entry level skills in the building, and repair of wood, fiberglass, and metal boats. Instruction includes lofting, interpretation of designs, and operation of power tools and equipment. Also includes instruction in the techniques of working with wood, metals, fiberglass and related chemicals.

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Manufacturing (13)

ProductionDenny Wallace
460302V460302 V470101

Green Residential Electrician
A course that focuses on technical knowledge and skills to install, operate, maintain, and repair electric apparatus and systems such as residential wiring; and electrical distribution panels and low voltage cabling. Includes instruction in the principles of electronics and electrical systems, wiring, power transmission, safety, household appliances, job estimation, electrical testing and inspection, and applicable codes and standards.

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Architecture and Construction (2)

ConstructionDenny Wallace
468888V600096 V600097

Construction Trades Cooperative Worksite Experience
A learning experience in which the student has completed a Career and Technical Education sequence in their program area education prior to the co-op experience or concurrently enrolls in a Career and Technical Education class at school and works in a related occupation. WAC 392-410-315 outlines regulations for granting credit for cooperative work-based learning experiences.

E

Architecture and Construction (2)

 Denny Wallace
469998 V210100 V460200 V460302 V470201 V500502

Pre-Apprenticeship Skills for the Trades
A program that prepares individuals to apply and enter a apprenticeship program usually as an apprentice. Includes instruction in the use of tools, general skill knowledge of the various trades, physical strength requirements, blueprint reading, general safety practices, math and communication skills. (up to 540 hrs.)

E

Architecture and Construction (2)

ConstructionDenny Wallace
470000V210100 V150100

Manufacturing Foundations
This course will focus on career exploration in the field of Manufacturing. Course focuses on the theories, methods and techniques used in the Manufacturing fields. Instruction in core cluster skills. Includes instruction in materials, manufacturing processes, automation, communication and employability skills, and safety. (limited to 180 hrs.)

E

Manufacturing (13)

All within the cluster Denny Wallace
470100V210100 V470101 V141801

Energy and Power Foundations
This course will define and explore opportunities in power and energy in a green environment. The course will make connections among various technologies and explore "Energy as it Happens". Students will also investigate what is known as Energy Resources. Students will demonstrate their understanding of technology and its impact on society through experiences and activities that enhance and promote hands-on, design-based learning. The focus of this course must include sustainable design and technology. (moved from 210203)

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Manufacturing (13)

Manufacturing Production Process DevelopmentDenny Wallace
470101V470101

Electrical Equipment Installation and Repair
A course that will help prepare individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to operate, maintain, and repair electrical and electric equipment. Includes instruction in electrical circuitry, simple gearing, linkages and lubrication of machines and appliances, and the use of testing equipment.

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Manufacturing (13)

Maintenance, Installation and RepairDenny Wallace
470104V470101 V470110

Computer Installation and Repair Technology/Technician
A course that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to assemble, install, operate, maintain, and repair computers and related instruments. Includes instruction in power supplies, number systems, memory structure, buffers and registers, microprocessor design, peripheral equipment, programming, and networking.

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Information Technology (11)

Information Support and ServicesDenny Wallace
470197V470101 V470600

Home and Mobile Entertainment Electronics Installation and Repair Technician
A program that prepares individuals to install and repair audio, video, and the various types of equipment found in the home and auto entertainment systems. Instruction is also included in the use of hand tools, power tools, safety and testing equipment used in the installation and repair of the related equipment.

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Manufacturing (13)

ProductionDenny Wallace
470201V470201

HVAC/HVACR Maintenance Technology/Technician
A course that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair, install, service and maintain the operating condition of heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems. Includes instruction in diagnostic techniques, the use of testing equipment, and the principles of mechanics, electricity, and electronics as they relate to the repair of heating, air conditioning and refrigeration systems.

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Architecture and Construction (2)

ConstructionDenny Wallace
470495V150100 V480500

Computer Integrated Manufacturing
A program that prepares individuals to install, troubleshoot, and repair devices used in automated manufacturing. Skills taught include: electronics, pneumatics, hydraulics, servomechanisms, robotics, conveyors, belts, and the computer systems that operate these devices.

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Manufacturing (13)

Maintenance, Installation and RepairDenny Wallace
470600V470600 V210100 V141801

Automotive Foundations
This course will focus on career exploration in the transportation and automotive fields. Course will focus on the theories, methods and techniques used in the transportation and automotive fields and include instruction in core cluster skills, alternative fuels, mass transportation, maintenance, tools, communication, employability skills, and safety. (limited to 180 hrs.)

E

Transportation Distribution and Logistics (16)

Transportation OperationsDenny Wallace
470601V210100 V470600 V470608 V490300

Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Foundations
This course will focus on career exploration in the Transportation Distribution and Logistics. Course will focus on the theories, methods and techniques used in the Transportation Distribution and Logistics fields and include instruction in core cluster skills, Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics, communication skills, employability skills, and safety. (limited to 180 hrs.)

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Transportation Distribution and Logistics (16)

All Within ClusterDenny Wallace
470603V470603

Auto body/Collision Repair Technology/Technician
A course that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair, reconstruct and finish automobile bodies, fenders, and external features. Includes instruction in structure analysis, damage repair, non-structural analysis, mechanical and electrical components, plastics and adhesives, painting and refinishing techniques, and damage analysis and estimating.

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Transportation Distribution and Logistics (16)

Transportation OperationsDenny Wallace
470604V470600

NATEF/ASE Automotive Technician
A course that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair, service, and maintain all types of automobiles. Includes instruction in brake systems, electrical systems, engine performance, engine repair, suspension and steering, automatic and manual transmissions and drive trains, and heating and air conditioning systems. (ASE/NATEF Certification)

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Transportation Distribution and Logistics (16)

Transportation OperationsDenny Wallace
470605V470600

Diesel Mechanic and Repair
A course that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair, service, and maintain diesel engines in vehicles such as automobiles, buses, ships, trucks, railroad locomotives, and construction equipment; as well as stationary diesel engines in electrical generators and related equipment.

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Transportation Distribution and Logistics (16)

Transportation OperationsDenny Wallace
470606V210100 V470600

Power Equipment Small Engine Technology/Technician
A course that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair, service, and maintain small internal combustion engines used on portable power equipment such as lawnmowers, chain saws, rotary tillers, generations, and others.

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Transportation Distribution and Logistics (16)

Transportation OperationsDenny Wallace
470607V470608

Aircraft Mechanic and Aircraft Maintenance Technology/Technician
A course that focuses on technical knowledge and skills to repair, service, and maintain aircraft components other than engines, propellers, avionics, and instruments. Includes instruction in layout and fabrication of sheet metal, fabric, wood, and other materials into structural members, parts, and fittings, and replacement of damaged or worn parts such as control cables and hydraulic units.

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Transportation Distribution and Logistics (16)

Transportation OperationsDenny Wallace
470611V470600

Motorcycle Maintenance and Repair Technology/Technician
A course that prepares individuals to repair, service, and maintain motorcycles and other similar powered vehicles. Includes instruction in lubrication and cooling systems, electrical and ignition systems, carburetion, fuel systems and adjustments of moving parts.

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Transportation Distribution and Logistics (16)

Transportation OperationsDenny Wallace
470616V460200 V490300

Marine Maintenance and Ship Repair Technology/Technician
A course that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to install, maintain, test and repair steering devices and electrical; repair metal, wood, and fiberglass hulls and vessel components; fabricate and maintain sails; and repair propellers and drive shafts.

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Transportation Distribution and Logistics (16)

Transportation OperationsDenny Wallace
470688V470603

Auto Detailer
A course that prepares individuals to restore to near-new condition the interior and exterior of automobiles and trucks using cleaning and polishing equipment and supplies. Includes instruction in the use of tools, knowledge of fabrics, paints, cleaners, and coatings used in the automotive industry.

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Transportation Distribution and Logistics (16)

Transportation OperationsDenny Wallace
470698V470600

Automobile/Automotive General Service Technician
A course that prepares individuals to engage in the specialized servicing and maintenance of all types of automobiles. Includes instruction in the diagnosis of malfunctions in, and the adjustment of, engines, fuel, electrical and braking systems as well as the replacement and repair of tires; alignment of the suspension systems. Special instruction is provided in the adjustment of the carburetion system and the related sub components which affect emissions control standards.

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Transportation Distribution and Logistics (16)

Transportation OperationsDenny Wallace
478888V600096 V600097

Mechanic and Repair Technologies Cooperative Worksite Experience
A learning experience in which the student has completed a Career and Technical Education sequence in their program area education prior to the co-op experience or concurrently enrolls in a Career and Technical Education class at school and works in a related occupation. WAC 392-410-315 outlines regulations for granting credit for cooperative work-based learning experiences.

E

Transportation Distribution and Logistics (16)

 Denny Wallace
480000V210100 V480500

Precision Production Trades Foundations
An exploratory course that generally exposes individuals to precision production careers and skills. Includes instruction in basic welding, machining, woods, metallurgy, structural design, and safety standards. (limited to 180 hrs.)

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Manufacturing (13)

ProductionDenny Wallace
480503V480500

Machine Shop Technology/Technician
A course that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to fabricate and modify materials in support of other manufacturing activities.

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Manufacturing (13)

ProductionDenny Wallace
480506V480500

Sheet Metal Technology/Technician
A course that focuses on technical knowledge and skills to form, shape, bend and fold extruded metals, including the creation of new products, using hand tools and machines such as cornice brakes, forming rolls, and squaring shears.

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Architecture and Construction (2)

ConstructionDenny Wallace
480508V480500

Welding Technology
A course that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to join or cut metal surfaces. Includes instruction in arc welding, resistance welding, brazing and soldering, cutting, high-energy beam welding and cutting, solid state welding, ferrous and non-ferrous materials, oxidation-reduction reactions, welding, metallurgy, welding processes and heat treating, structural design, safety, and applicable codes and standards.

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Manufacturing (13)

ProductionDenny Wallace
480511 V480500

Metal Fabricator
A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to further process ferrous and/or non-ferrous metal, and to manufacture and/or install products as interpreted through technical drawings. Includes instruction in trade tools, shop equipment, reading and interpreting blueprints, material handling, welding, thermal cutting, metallurgy, template pattern development, plate and structural fabrication, testing, and inspection.

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Manufacturing (13)

ProductionDenny Wallace
480701V210100 V460200

Woodworking Foundations
A course that generally prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to lay out and shape stock; assemble wooden articles or subassemblies; mark, bind, saw, carve, and sand wooden products; repair wooden articles, and use a variety of hand and power tools.

E

Manufacturing (13)

ProductionDenny Wallace
480703V210100 V460200

Cabinetmaking and Millwork/Mill Wright
A course that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to lay out and assemble wooden articles or subassemblies; mark, bind, saw, and sand wooden products; repair wooden articles, and use a variety of hand and power tools and to use such machinery to design and fabricate wooden components and complete articles.

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Manufacturing (13)

ProductionDenny Wallace
488888V600096 V600097

Precision Production Cooperative Worksite Experience
A learning experience in which the student has completed a Career and Technical Education sequence in their program area education prior to the co-op experience or concurrently enrolls in a Career and Technical Education class at school and works in a related occupation. WAC 392-410-315 outlines regulations for granting credit for cooperative work-based learning experiences.

E

Manufacturing (13)

 Denny Wallace
490102V470608 V490100

Airline/Commercial Pilot and Flight Crew
A course that focuses on technical knowledge and skills to fly and/or navigate commercial passenger and cargo, agricultural, public service, corporate, and rescue fixed wing aircraft. Includes instruction in principles of aircraft design and performance; aircraft flight systems and controls; flight crew operations and procedures; radio communications; navigation procedures and systems; airways safety and traffic regulations; and governmental rules and regulations pertaining to piloting aircraft. Courses may qualify individuals to sit for the FAA ground school examinations.

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Transportation Distribution and Logistics (16)

Transportation OperationsDenny Wallace
490309V490300

Merchant Marine Officer/Crew
A course that focus on skills needed to serve as captains, executive officers, engineers and ranking mates on commercially licensed inland, coastal and ocean-going vessels. Includes instruction in maritime traditions and law; maritime policy; economics and management of commercial marine operations; basic naval architecture and engineering; shipboard power systems engineering; crew supervision; and administrative procedures.

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Transportation Distribution and Logistics (16)

Transportation OperationsDenny Wallace
498888V600096 V600097

Transportation and Materials Moving Cooperative Worksite Experience
A learning experience in which the student has completed a Career and Technical Education sequence in their program area education prior to the co-op experience or concurrently enrolls in a Career and Technical Education class at school and works in a related occupation. WAC 392-410-315 outlines regulations for granting credit for cooperative work-based learning experiences.

E

Transportation Distribution and Logistics (16)

Transportation OperationsDenny Wallace
500102V100100

Digital Arts
A course that prepares individuals to apply artistic, technical principles, and techniques to the communication of information and ideas through the use of digital media technology. Includes instruction in foundational core skills, animation, digital cinema, multi-track sound recording, corporate media, and internet media through the use of digital technologies and computer software applications.

P

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications (3)

Visual ArtsDenny Wallace
500402V100100 V500400

Graphic Design/Commercial and Advertising Art
A course that prepares individuals to apply artistic and computer techniques and technical skills to the commercial art and advertising art fields. Includes instruction in computer-assisted art and design, printmaking, concepts sketching, technical drawing, color theory, imaging, studio technique, communication skills and commercial art business operations.

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Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications (3)

Visual ArtsDenny Wallace
500406V100100

Commercial Photography
A course in the applied visual arts that prepares individuals to use artistic techniques to effectively communicate ideas and information to business and consumer audiences, and recording events and people, via digital, film, and still photography. Includes instruction in specialized camera and equipment operation; maintenance and use of computer applications to support these functions above; applications to commercial and industrial needs; photography business operations.

P

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications (3)

Visual ArtsDenny Wallace
500499V100100 V210100 V500400

Design and Commercial Art Foundations
This course will focus on career exploration in the fields of Design and Professional Production Arts. This course focuses on the theories, methods and techniques and must include the areas of glass, metal, ceramic, wood, polymers, and mixed media. Includes instruction in core art EALRs, design, concepts sketching, technical drawing, and color theory. (limited to 180 hrs.) (moved from 500101)

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Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications (3)

Visual ArtsDenny Wallace
500502V100100 V500502

Technical Theater/Theater Design Technology/Technician
A course that prepares individuals to apply artistic, technical and dramatic principles and techniques to the communication of dramatic information, ideas, moods, and feelings through technical theatre methods. Includes instruction in set design, lighting design, sound effects, theater acoustics, scene painting, property management, costume design, and technical direction and production and use of computer applications to support these functions above.

P

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications (3)

Performing ArtsDenny Wallace
500510V200002 V190901 V500502

Costume Design
A program that prepares individuals to design and select costumes for characters in theatre and the performing arts and to serve as part of a production team. Includes instruction in costume design, script analysis, theory and criticism, period styles, history of costume, stage makeup, rendering, and costume construction.

P

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications (3)

Performing ArtsMary Nagel
500602V100100

Cinematography and Cinema Production
A program that includes the skills needed to communicate dramatic information, ideas, moods, and feelings through the making and producing of video/cinema. Includes instruction in theory of cinema technology and equipment operation; production, directing, editing, cinematographic art, audio techniques for making specific types of cinema and the planning and management of cinema operations.

P

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications (3)

Visual ArtsDenny Wallace
500713V500400

Wearable Metal and Jewelry Design Technology/Technician
A course that prepares individuals creatively and technically to express emotions, ideas, or inner visions by fashioning wearable art from gems, other stones, and precious metals. Includes instruction in material science, gemology; metal-smithing and finishing; stone cutting and polishing; metal and non-metal casting and molding; electroforming; metal coloring; enameling; photo etching; lapidary technique and art; design concepts; casting, engraving, polishing, stone setting, soldering, fine microscopic work, safety, equipment and tool maintenance, redesign and restyling techniques, and customer relations.

P

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications (3)

Visual ArtsDenny Wallace
500797V500400

Professional Production Arts Technology/Technician
A program that generally prepares individuals to apply knowledge and technical skills in creating, producing, and selling products in the fields of glass, metal, ceramic, wood, polymers, and mixed media. Instruction includes art theory, design, safety, technical skills, production skills and marketing, sales, entrepreneurship, and management functions associated with operating a small business in professional arts.

E

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications (3)

Visual ArtsDenny Wallace
508888V600096 V600097

Visual and Performing Arts Cooperative Worksite Experience
A learning experience in which the student has completed a Career and Technical Education sequence in their program area education prior to the co-op experience or concurrently enrolls in a Career and Technical Education class at school and works in a related occupation. WAC 392-410-315 outlines regulations for granting credit for cooperative work-based learning experiences.

E

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications (3)

 Denny Wallace
510000V260102 V261202 V510700 V510709 V510800 V510900 V511614

Introduction to Health Science Careers
A general introductory course in health sciences that includes an overview and exploration of a variety of health care careers in each of the five Health Care Career Pathways For each career they study, students examine the main tasks and challenges of professionals in that career, the treatments they administer, and the interaction those professionals have with other professionals. Where possible, students do authentic hands-on work that a professional would do. Topics include the foundation health science standards. Related mathematic and language arts standards will be reinforced.

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Health Science (8)

All within the clusterMarianna Goheen
510601V510601 V510800

Dental Assisting
A program that prepares individual to provide patient care, take dental radiographs, prepare patients and equipment for dental procedures, and discharge office administration function under the supervision of dentists and dental hygienists. Includes instruction in medical record keeping, general office duties, reception and patient intake, scheduling, equipment maintenance and sterilization, basic radiography, pre and post-operative patient care and instruction, chair side assisting, taking tooth and mouth impressions, and supervised practice.

P

Health Science (8)

Therapeutic ServicesMarianna Goheen
510700V510700

Health Informatics Careers Strand
The Health Informatics Career Strand is the science that underlies the fusion of health care, information technology, and business administration, and guides its integration into all aspects of the patient health experience. It creates the infrastructure that connects and enables the flow of critical information to and from each of the stakeholders in a patient's or population's care. This strand includes the knowledge and skills necessary to manage or coordinate health care environments, educate health care professionals, document or input information relating to health care management, and keep electronic health records and medical records of client's medical history that will support health care problem solving and decision making. Students will demonstrate the use of systems used to capture, retrieve and maintain confidential health information from internal and external sources.

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Health Science (8)

Health InformaticsMarianna Goheen
510710V510710

Support Services Careers Strand
The Support Services Careers Strand course prepares students for occupations or functions involving direct or indirect client care that create a therapeutic environment for providing that care. Standards surround the topics of operations, aseptic procedures, resource management, and aesthetics.

P

Health Science (8)

Support ServicesMarianna Goheen
510716V520404

Medical Administrative Assistant
A course that prepares individuals to perform the duties of special assistants and personal secretaries for practicing physicians and nurses, health care facilities and services administrators, and other health care professionals. Includes instruction in business and medical communications, medical terminology, principles of health care operations, public relations and interpersonal communications, software applications, record-keeping and filing systems, scheduling and meeting planning, applicable policy and regulations, and professional standards and ethics.

P

Business, Management & Administration (4)

Administrative and Information SupportMarianna Goheen
510717V141000 V260102 V510800 V510900

Medical Intervention
Medical practice includes interventions to support humans in treating disease and maintaining health. Student projects will investigate various medical interventions that extend and improve quality of life, including gene therapy, pharmacology, surgery, prosthetics, rehabilitation, and supportive care. Students will study the design and development of various medical interventions including vascular stents, cochlear implants, and prosthetic limbs. They will review the history of organ transplants and gene therapy, and read current scientific literature to be aware of cutting edge developments. Using 3-D imaging software and current scientific research students will design and build a model of a therapeutic protein.

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Health Sciences (8)

Biotechnology Research and Development Marianna Goheen
510799V510700 V510709 V510710 V510800 V510709 V511614 V260102

Medical Terminology
Medical Terminology is vocabulary for accurately describing the human body and associated components, processes and process in a science-based manner.  It is to be used in the medical and nursing fields.  This systematic approach to word building and term comprehension is based on the concept of word roots, prefixes and suffixes.

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Health Science (8)

Therapeutic ServicesMarianna Goheen
510800V510800

Therapeutic Services, other
The Therapeutic Services Careers Strand course prepares students for occupations or functions primarily involved in changing the health status of the client over time. Standards surround the topics of client interaction, employing intra-team communication, collecting information, treatment planning and implementation, monitoring and evaluating patient status.

P

Health Science (8)

Therapeutic ServicesMarianna Goheen
510801V510800

Medical Assistant
A program that prepares individuals, under the supervision of healthcare practitioner, to provide medical office administrative services and perform clinical duties including patient intake and care, fundamental procedures, clincial procedure, specimen collection, tests waived under the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Admendments (CLIA) and administering vaccines. Includes instruction in AIDS training, basic anatomy and physiology; medical terminology; medical law and ethics; patient communications; medical office procedures; and examination procedures; and examination procedures. This program prepares students for the Medical Assistant- Registered credential. (Note with successful completion of an accredited medical assistant training program at the post-secondary level or apprenticeship training program, including a clinical externship, and passing one of the recommended exams the applicant may be certified as a Medical Assistant -Certified)

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Health Science (8)

Therapeutic ServicesMarianna Goheen
510805V510800

Pharmacy Pre-Technician/Assistant
A program that prepares individuals, under the supervision of pharmacists, to prepare medications, provide medications and related assistance to patients, and manage pharmacy clinical and business operations. Includes instruction in medical and pharmaceutical terminology, principles of pharmacology and pharmaceutics, drug identification, pharmacy laboratory procedures, prescription interpretation, patient communication and education, safety procedures, record-keeping, measurement and testing techniques, pharmacy business operations, prescription preparation, logistics and dispensing operations, and applicable standards and regulations.

P

Health Sciences (8)

Therapeutic ServicesMarianna Goheen
510808V010000 V510808

Veterinarian Assistant
A course that prepares individuals, under the supervision of veterinarians, laboratory animal specialists, and zoological professionals, to provide patient management, care, and clinical procedures assistance as well as owner communication. Includes instruction in animal nursing care, animal health and nutrition, animal handling, clinical pathology, radiology, anesthesiology, dental prophylaxis, surgical assisting, clinical laboratory procedures, office administration skills, patient and owner management, and applicable standards and regulations.

P

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (1)

Animal SystemsRebecca Wallace
510900V510900

Diagnostic Services Careers Strand
The Diagnostic Services Careers Strand course prepares students for occupation or functions primarily involved in creating a picture of the health status of the client at a single point in time by conducting the procedures that give physicians the information they need to provide effective treatment. Standards surround the topics of multidisciplinary communication, assessing and reporting patients' health status; patient interaction; request for procedure and planning implementation of services; and evaluation and reporting.

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Health Science (8)

Diagnostic ServicesMarianna Goheen
510913V510709 V510800

Sports Medicine
A program that prepares individuals to work in consultation with and under the supervision of physicians to prevent and treat sports injuries and associated conditions. Includes instruction in the identification, evaluation, and treatment of athletic injuries and illnesses; first aid and emergency care; therapeutic exercise; anatomy and physiology; exercise physiology; personal and community health; knowledge of various sports and their biomechanical and physiological demands; and applicable professional standards and regulations.

P

Health Sciences (8)

Therapeutic ServicesMarianna Goheen
511199V510800 V511614 V260102 V261202

Pre-Allied Health Program
A program that prepares student to pursue further studies in allied health programs as physical therapy, occupational therapy, nursing assistant. Provides an opportunity to obtain various hands on training and to explore a variety of health occupations through a strong academic emphasis, while building on the foundation health science standards. Participate in clinical site experiences at hospitals and other health facilities developing competencies useful in a wide range of careers within the health science field.

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Health Science (8)

All within the clusterMarianna Goheen
511614V510800 V511614

Nursing Assistant
A program that prepares individuals to perform routine nursing related services to patients in hospitals or long-term care facilities, under the training ad supervision of a registered nurse or licensed practical Nurse.

P

Health Science (8)

Therapeutic ServicesMarianna Goheen
512210V260102 V261202 V512210 V410301 (Do we want to include AG BIOTech)

Global Health
A program that focuses on the application of public and international health specializations, the social and behavioral sciences, and policy and communications methods to the study of health disparities of global consequence, and prepare individuals to function as professional global health specialists. Includes instruction in health education and promotion, research design and evaluation, clinical drug trial and manufacturing, infectious disease epidemiology, international health policy and management, public nutrition and food security, information systems, program evaluation,medical antropology, behavioral sciences, maternal and child health, demography and population policy, and health care finance and economics.

P

Health Science

Biotechnology Research and DevelopmentMarianna Goheen
518888V600096 V600097

Health Sciences Cooperative Worksite Experience
A learning experience in which the student has completed a Career and Technical Education sequence in their program area education prior to the co-op experience or concurrently enrolls in a Career and Technical Education class at school and works in a related occupation. WAC 392-410-315 outlines regulations for granting credit for cooperative work-based learning experiences.

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Health Science (8)

All within the clusterMarianna Goheen
520000V070000 V520100 V521401 V080000 V078000

Introduction to Business
A course that focuses on the general study of business, including the processes of interchanging goods and services (buying, selling and producing), business organization, and accounting as used in profit-making and nonprofit public and private institutions and agencies. The courses may prepare individuals to apply business principles and techniques in various occupational settings. (90 hours)

E

Business, Management & Administration (4)

General ManagementLance Wrzesinski
520201V070000 V078000 V520100

Business Administration Management
A program that generally prepares individuals to plan, organize, direct, and control the functions and processes of a firm or organization. Includes instruction in management theory, human resources management and behavior, accounting and other quantitative methods, purchasing and logistics, organization and production, marketing, and business decision-making.

E

Business, Management & Administration (4)

General ManagementLance Wrzesinski
520204V070000 V520100 V078000

Business Office Management
A course that prepares individuals to supervise and manage the operations and personnel of business offices and management-level divisions. Includes instruction in employee supervision, management, and labor relations; budgeting; scheduling and coordination; office systems operation and maintenance; office records management, organization, and security; office facilities designed and space management; preparation and evaluation of business management data; and public relations.

P

Business, Management & Administration (4)

Administrative SupportLance Wrzesinski
520208V070000 V078000 V080000 V080706 V520100

Electronic Commerce
A course that prepares individuals to plan, manage, supervise, and market electronic business operations, products, and services provided online via the Internet. Includes instruction in business administration, information technology, information resources management, web deign, computer and Internet law and policy, computer privacy and security, e-trading, insurance, electronic marketing, investment capital planning, enterprise operations, personnel supervision, contracting, and product and service networking. (90 hours)

P

Business, Management & Administration (4)

Marketing ManagementLance Wrzesinski
520211V070000 V080000 V078000 V200002 V520100 V521401

Project Management
A program that prepares individuals to apply quantitative and qualitative knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to manage projects in a wide range of fields and occupations. Includes instruction in project planning, risk management, cost and time management, contracts and procurement, accounting, statistics, decision making, and human resources.

E

Business, Management & Administration (4)

Operations ManagementLance Wrzesinski
520301V070000 V078000 V520300

Accounting
A course that prepares individuals to practice the profession of accounting and to perform related business functions. Includes instruction in accounting principles and theory, financial accounting, budget control, tax accounting, legal aspects of accounting, auditing, reporting procedures, statement creation and analysis, professional standards and ethics, and applications to specific for profit, public, and non-profit organizations.

P

Finance (6)

AccountingLance Wrzesinski
520302V070000 V078000 V520300

Accounting Technology
A course that prepares individuals to provide technical administrative support to professional accountant and other financial management personnel. Includes instruction in posting transactions to accounts, record-keeping systems, accounting software operation, and general accounting principles and practices. (90 hours)

E

Finance (6)

AccountingLance Wrzesinski
520401V070000 V078000 V520100 V521206 V521401

Business Procedures and Administrative Support Services
A course that generally prepares individuals to perform the duties of administrative assistants and/or secretaries and stenographers. Includes instruction in business communications, principles of business law, word processing and data entry, office machines operation and maintenance, office procedures, public relations, secretarial accounting, filing systems and record management, and report preparation.

E

Business, Management & Administration (4)

Administrative SupportLance Wrzesinski
520486V070000 V078000 V520300

Recordkeeping
A course that prepares individuals to supervise and coordinate activities of workers engaged in maintaining records and document files. Directs and assists workers in searching files to retrieve lost or missing records, utilizing knowledge of common filing errors. Also included is training in clerical duties such as copying data, compiling records and reports, tabulating and posting data in record books in multi-column forms. Also included is instruction in providing information and conducting interviews, formulating budgets, operating office machines, and handling mail and correspondence. (90 hours)

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Business, Management & Administration (4)

Administrative SupportLance Wrzesinski
520501V070000 V078000 V080000 V520100 V520403 V521206 V521401

Business Communications
A course that prepares individuals to function in an organization as a composer, editor and proofreader of business or business-related communications. (90 or 180 hours)

E

Business, Management & Administration (4)

Administrative SupportLance Wrzesinski
520701V070000 V078000 V080000 V080301

Entrepreneurship
A course that generally prepares individuals to perform development, marketing and management functions associated with owning and operating a business. (90 or 180 hours)

E

Business, Management & Administration (4)

General ManagementLance Wrzesinski
520703V070000 V080000 V078000 V520100 V080301 V521401

Small Business Administration/Management
A program that prepares individuals to develop and manage independent small businesses. Includes instruction in business administration; enterprise planning and entrepreneurship; start-up; small business operations and problems; personnel supervision; capitalization and investment; taxation; business law and regulations; e-commerce; home business operations; and applications to specific sectors, products, and services.

P

Business, Management & Administration (4)

General ManagementLance Wrzesinski
520801V070000 V078000 V080301 V520100 V520895 V521401 V520300

Finance
A program that generally prepares individuals to plan, manage, and analyze the financial and monetary aspects and performance of business enterprises, banking institutions, or other organizations. Includes instruction in principles of accounting; financial instruments; capital planning; funds acquisition; asset and debt management; budgeting; financial analysis; and investments and portfolio management.

E

Finance (6)

Business FinanceLance Wrzesinski
520803V070000 V078000 V520895

Banking and Financial Services
A course that prepares individuals to perform a wide variety of customer services in banks, insurance agencies, savings and loan companies, and related enterprises. Includes instruction in communications and public relations skills, business equipment operation, and technical skills applicable to the methods and operations of specific financial or insurance services. (up to 180 hours)

P

Finance (6)

Banking ServicesLance Wrzesinski
520901V078000 V080000 V520902

Hospitality Administration and Management
A course that prepares individuals to serve as general managers and directors of hospitality operations on a system-wide basis, including both travel arrangements and promotion and the provision of traveler facilities. Includes instruction in principles of operations in the travel and tourism, hotel and lodging facilities, food services, and recreation facilities industries; hospitality marketing strategies; hospitality planning; management and coordination of franchise and unit operations; business management and coordination of franchise and unit operations; business management; accounting and financial management; hospitality transportation and logistics; and hospitality industry policies and regulations.

P

Hospitality and Tourism (9)

Travel and Tourism Lance Wrzesinski
520904V078000 V080000 V520902

Hotel/Motel Administration Management
A course that prepares individuals to manage operations and facilities that provide lodging services to the traveling public. Includes instruction in hospitality industry principles; supplies purchasing, storage and control; hotel facilities design and planning; hospitality industry law; personnel management and labor relations; financial management; marketing and sales promotion; convention and event management; front desk operations; and applications to specific types of hotels and motel operations.

P

Hospitality and Tourism (9)

Lodging Lance Wrzesinski
520905V070000 V078000 V080000 V200002 V120505 V200493 V520100 V521401

Restaurant /Food Services Management
A program that prepares individuals to plan, manage, and market restaurants, food services in hospitality establishments, food service chains and franchise networks and restaurant supply operations. Includes instruction in hospitality administration, food services management, wholesale logistics and distribution, franchise operations, business and capitalization, food industry operations, marketing and retailing , business law and regulations, finance and professional standards and ethics.

E

Hospitality and Tourism (9)

Restaurant and Food/Beverage ServicesMary Nagel
521101V070000 V078000 V080000 V520100

International Business and Commerce
A course that prepares individuals to manage international businesses and/or business operations. Includes instruction in the principles and processes of export sales, trade controls, foreign operations and related problems, monetary issues, international business policy, and applications to doing business in specific countries and markets.

E

Business, Management & Administration (4)

General ManagementLance Wrzesinski
521400V070000 V078000 V080000 V521401 V520100

Introduction Marketing
A course that teaches marketing concepts and skills and the underlying business foundations required for the understanding and development of marketing. Elements such as distribution, financing, marketing-information management, pricing, product/service management, promotion and selling along with the foundations of economics and communications are introduced in this course. (90 or 180 hours)

E

Marketing (14)

Marketing ManagementLance Wrzesinski
521401V070000 V078000 V080000 V521401 V520100

Marketing Management
A course that generally prepares individuals to undertake and manage the process of developing consumer audiences and moving products from producers to consumers. Includes instruction in buyer behavior and dynamics, principles of marketing research, demand analysis, cost-volume and profit relationships, pricing theory, marketing campaign and strategic planning, market segments, advertising methods, sales operations and management, consumer relations, retailing, and applications to specific products and markets. [To be used as the third-year component of a three-year marketing program.] (up to 180 hours)

P

Marketing (14)

Marketing ManagementLance Wrzesinski
521403V078000 V080000 V521401

International Marketing
A course that prepares individuals to perform marketing activities in enterprises primarily engaged in exporting or importing goods and services in world markets. Includes instruction in international trade controls, foreign trade operations, locating markets, negotiation practices, monetary issues, and international public relations.

P

Marketing (14)

Marketing ManagementLance Wrzesinski
521501V070000 V078000 V080000 V520100 V521401

Real Estate
A course that prepares individuals to develop, buy, sell, appraise, and manage real property. Includes instruction in land use development policy, real estate law, real estate marketing procedures, agency management, brokerage, property inspection and appraisal, real estate investing, leased and rental properties, commercial real estate, and property management.

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Marketing (14)

Professional Sales Lance Wrzesinski
521801V078000 V080000 V080706 V521401

Marketing Operations
A course that focuses on the general process and techniques of direct wholesale and retail buying and selling operations and introduces individuals to related careers. Includes instruction in the principles of entrepreneurial economics, basic sales skills, the distribution channels for goods and services, and supervised practical application experiences. [To be used for Advanced Marketing courses which utilize the student store as a learning laboratory. May also include specific operations instruction as it relates to Financial Services Marketing Operations, Floristry Marketing Operations, Food Production, Retailing and Wholesaling Operations, Insurance Marketing Operations, and Vehicles and Petroleum Marketing Operations. (up to 180 hours)

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Marketing (14)

Management and EntrepreneurshipLance Wrzesinski
521804V078000 V080000 V080706 V521401

Selling Skills and Sales Operations
A course that prepares individuals to possess the skills associated with direct promotion of products and services to potential customers and to function as independent sales representatives and managers. Includes instruction in consumer psychology, image projection, public speaking and interpersonal communications, sales organization and operations, customer relations, professional standards and ethics, and applicable technical skills.

P

Marketing (14)

Professional Lance Wrzesinski
521902V078000 V080000 V080102 V200002

Fashion Merchandising
A course that prepares individuals to promote product lines/brands, and organize promotional campaigns, at the wholesale level to attract retailer interest, wholesale purchasing, and supply contracts. Includes instruction in wholesaling, wholesale advertising, selling, and customer relations.

P

Marketing (14)

MerchandisingLance Wrzesinski
521906V078000 V080000 V521401

Tourism Promotion Operations
A course that prepares individuals to perform marketing and sales operations connected with the promotion of tourism in public and private sector settings. Includes instruction in principles of marketing research and advertising, promotional campaign organization, medial relations, and applicable technical and administrative skills.

P

Hospitality and Tourism (9)

Travel and TourismLance Wrzesinski
521907V078000 V080000 V470600 V521401

Vehicle Parts and Accessories Marketing Operations
A program that prepares individuals to perform operations connected with the distribution and sales of replacement parts and other end-use supplies in the automotive, marine, and aviation industries. Includes instruction in wholesaling and retailing; principles of vehicular technologies; storage and distribution; customer sales and service skills; and principles of consumer research and sales forecasting.

P

Marketing (14)

Buying and MerchandisingLance Wrzesinski
521999V070000 V080000 V078000 V520100 V521401

Social Media Marketing
A program that focuses on the power and philosophy of social media in marketing. Concepts to be covered include the changing context of how social media is changing media, business, development, and government fundamentally, use of social media tools, and use of filters. Includes instruction in use of social media within organizations, including relationship building, creation of content, and policy concerns.

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Marketing (14)

Marketing CommunicationsLance Wrzesinski
528888V600096 V600097

Business & Marketing Education Cooperative Worksite Experience
A learning experience in which the student has completed a Career and Technical Education sequence in their program area education prior to the co-op experience or concurrently enrolls in a Career and Technical Education class at school and works in a related occupation. WAC 392-410-315 outlines regulations for granting credit for cooperative work-based learning experiences.

E

Business, Management & Administration (4)

Administrative SupportLance Wrzesinski

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