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TECHNICAL CREDIT REQUIREMENTS FOR TECHNICAL COLLEGE PREPARATION

LAST UPDATED: JUNE 8, 2012


*Four credits must be completed in a pathway, one of which must be a starred (capstone) course.


AGRICULTURAL AND NATURAL RESOURCES TECHNOLOGIES

COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE
6145 Career Management
6235/6615 Small Business/Entrepreneurship: BE/ME
6411 Computer Applications I
6514 Digital Communication Systems
6810 Agriscience Applications
6811 Agricultural Production I
6812 Agricultural Production II*
6821 Animal Science I
6822 Animal Science II*
6823 Animal Science II - Small Animal*
6825 Equine Science I
6826 Equine Science II*
6831 Agricultural Mechanics I
6832 Agricultural Mechanics II*
6833 Agricultural Mechanics II - Small Engines*
6841 Horticulture I
6842 Horticulture II*
6843 Horticulture II - Turf Grass*
6851 Environmental & Natural Resources I
6852 Environmental & Natural Resources II*
6871 Biotechnology and Agriscience Research I
6872 Biotechnology and Agriscience Research II*
6882 Horticulture II - Landscape Construction*
6896 Agricultural Apprenticeship Method*
6899 Agricultural Advanced Studies*
68976/6898 Agricultural Co-op Method/Internship
7661 Welding Technology I
7801/8006 Scientific and Technical Visualization I/T&I/TE
7921 Drafting I


BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGIES

COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE
6145 Career Management
6235/6615 Small Business/Entrepreneurship: BE/ME
6411 Computer Applications I
6514 Digital Communication Systems
6871 Biotechnology and Agriscience Research I
7015 Teen Living
7045 Foods I - Fundamentals
7046 Foods II - Advanced
7085 Life Management
7121 Culinary Arts and Hospitality I
7196 Family and Consumer Sciences Apprenticeship Method*
71976/7198 Family and Consumer Sciences Co-op Method/Internship
7199 Family and Consumer Sciences Advanced Studies*
7200 Biomedical Technology
7901/8006 Scientific and Technical Visualization I
8011 Principles of Technology I
8110 Fundamentals of Technology
7075 Foods II - Food Science*


BUSINESS TECHNOLOGIES

COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE
2508 Advanced Placement (AP) Computer Science A
2512 Advanced Placement (AP) Computer Science AB
6145 Career Management
6200/6600 Principles of Business and Personal Finance: BE/ME
6215 Business Law
6225 Business Management and Applications*
6227/6640 International Baccalaureate (IB) Business Management: BE/ME
6235/6615 Small Business/Entrepreneurship:* BE/ME
6311 Computerized Accounting I
6312 Computerized Accounting II*
6334/6648 National Academy Foundation (NAF) Academy of Finance I: BE/ME
6335/6649 National Academy Foundation (NAF) Academy of Finance II: BE/ME*
6340 Foundations of Information Technology
6341/7980 Networking I: BE/T&I
6345/6347/6346 Network Administration II*
6411 Computer Applications I
6412 Computer Applications II*
6421 Computer Programming I
6422 Computer Programming II*
6423 National Academy Foundation (NAF) of Information Technology I
6424 National Academy Foundation (NAF) of Informational Technology II: BE*
6430 International Baccalaureate (IB) Information Technology
6514 Digital Communication Systems
6415 e-Commerce I
6416 e-Commerce II*
6535 Business and Electronic Communications
6596 Business Apprenticeship Method*
65976598 Business Co-op Method/Internship
6599 Business Advanced Studies*
6646 National Academy Foundation (NAF) Academy of Travel and Tourism I
6647 National Academy Foundation (NAF) Academy of Travel and Tourism II*
6621 Marketing
6622 Marketing Management*
6626 Strategic Marketing*
6631 Fashion Merchandising
6645 Travel, Tourism, and Recreation Marketing*
6665 Marketing Technology and Media*
6696 Marketing Apprenticeship Method*
66976/6698 Marketing Co-op Method/Internship
6699 Marketing Advanced Studies*
6670 Sports and Entertainment Marketing I
6671 Sports and Entertainment Marketing II*
7991 Computer Engineering Technology I
7981/7983 Networking Engineering Technology II


COMMERCIAL AND ARTISTIC PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGIES

COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE
6145 Career Management
6235/6615 Small Business/Entrepreneurship: BE/ME
6411 Computer Applications I
6514 Digital Communication Systems
6631 Fashion Merchandising
7015 Teen Living
7035 Apparel Development I
7036 Apparel Development II*
7055 Housing and Interiors I
7056 Housing and Interiors II*
7085 Life Management
7196 Family & Consumer Sciences Apprenticeship Method*
71976/7198 Family and Consumer Sciences Co-op Method/Internship
7199 Family and Consumer Sciences Advanced Studies*
7400 Introduction to Trade and Industrial Education
7821 Trade and Industrial Cooperative Training I
7901/8006 Scientific & Technology Visualization I
7911 Printing Graphics I
7912 Printing Graphics II*
7921 Drafting I
7935 Digital Media I
7936 Digital Media II*
7996 Trade & Industrial Apprenticeship Method*
79976/7998 Trade & Industrial Co-op Method/Internship
7999 Trade & Industrial Advanced Studies*
8110 Fundamentals of Technology
8125 Communications Systems


CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGIES

COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE
6145 Career Management
6235/6615 Small Business/Entrepreneurship: BE/ME
6411 Computer Applications I
6514 Digital Communication Systems
6831 Agricultural Mechanics I
7055 Housing and Interiors I
7400 Intro to Trade & Industrial Education (ITIE)
7621 Furniture and Cabinetmaking I
7622 Furniture and Cabinetmaking II*
7661 Welding Technology
7711 Masonry I
7712 Masonry II*
7713 Masonry III
7721 Construction Technology I
7722 Construction Technology II*
7723 Construction Technology III
7741 Electrical Trades I
7742 Electrical Trades II*
7821 Trade and Industrial Cooperative Training I
7921 Drafting I
7962 Drafting II - Architectural*
7963 Drafting III- Architectural
7996 Trade & Industrial Apprenticeship Method*
79976/7898 Trade & Industrial Co-op Method/Internship
7999 Trade and Industrial Advanced Studies*
8011 Principles of Technology I
8110 Fundamentals of Technology
8141 Structural Systems


ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIES

COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE
6145 Career Management
6235/6615 Small Business/Entrepreneurship: BE/ME
6340 Foundations of Information Technology
6345/6347/6346 Networking Administration II
6411 Computer Applications I
6514 Digital Communication Systems
7400 Intro to Trade & Industrial Education (ITIE)
7631 Electronics I
7632 Electronics II*
7821 Trade and Industrial Cooperative Training I
7901/8006 Scientific and Technical Visualization I
7902/8007 Scientific and Technical Visualization II*
7921 Drafting I
7935 Digital Media I
7972 Drafting II - Engineering*
7973 Drafting III - Engineering
7980/6341 Networking I: T&I/BE
7981/7983 Networking Engineering Technology II*
7982/7984 Networking Engineering Technology III
7991 Computer Engineering Technology I
7992 Computer Engineering Technology II*
7996 Trade & Industrial Apprenticeship Method*
79976/7998 Trade & Industrial Education Co-op Method/Internship
7999 Trade & Industrial Advanced Studies*
8005 Technology Advanced Studies*
8011 Principles of Technology I
8012 Principles of Technology II*
8110 Fundamentals of Technology
8115 Manufacturing Systems*
8120 PLTW Pre-Engineering I
8121 PLTW Pre-Engineering II*
8125 Communication Systems*
8126 Transportation Systems*
8141 Structural Systems*
8190 Technology Apprenticeship Method/Internship
8196 Technology Apprenticeship Method*
8198 Technology Education Careers Internship


HEALTH SCIENCES

COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE
6145 Career Management
6235/6615 Small Business/Entrepreneurship: BE/ME
6411 Computer Applications I
6514 Digital Communication Systems
7045 Foods I - Fundamentals
7065 Parenting and Child Development
7200 Biomedical Technology
7210 Health Team Relations
7211 Allied Health Sciences I
7212 Allied Health Sciences II*
7221 Medical Sciences I
7222 Medical Sciences II*
7296 Health Science Apprenticeship Method*
7298 Health Careers Internship
7299 Health Science Advanced Studies*


INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES

COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE
6145 Career Management
6235/6615 Small Business/Entrepreneurship: BE/ME
6411 Computer Applications I
6514 Digital Communication Systems
7400 Intro to Trade & Industrial Education (ITIE)
7631 Electronics I
7641 Metals Manufacturing Technology I
7642 Metals Manufacturing Technology II*
7661 Welding Technology I
7662 Welding Technology II*
7821 Trade and Industrial Cooperative Training I
7822 Trade and Industrial Cooperative Training II*
7921 Drafting I
7996 Trade & Industrial Apprenticeship Method*
79976/7998 Trade & Industrial Co-op Method/Internship
7999 Trade and Industrial Advanced Studies*
8011 Principles of Technology I
8012 Principles of Technology II
8110 Fundamentals of Technology
8115 Manufacturing Systems


PUBLIC SERVICE TECHNOLOGIES

COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE
6145 Career Management
6235/6615 Small Business/Entrepreneurship: BE/ME
6411 Computer Applications I
6514 Digital Communication Systems
7015 Teen Living
7035 Apparel Development I
7045 Foods I - Fundamentals
7046 Foods II - Advanced*
7055 Housing and Interiors I
7065 Parenting & Child Development
7085 Life Management
7111 Early Childhood Education I
7112 Early Childhood Education II*
7121 Culinary Arts and Hospitality I
7122 Culinary Arts and Hospitality II*
7196 Family & Consumer Sciences Apprenticeship Method*
71976/7198 Family & Consumer Sciences Co-op Method/Internship
7199 Family & Consumer Sciences Advanced Studies*
7810 Cosmetology - Introduction
7811 Cosmetology I
7812 Cosmetology II*


TRANSPORT SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGIES

COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE
6145 Career Management
6235/6615 Small Business/Entrepreneurship: BE/ME
6411 Computer Applications I
6514 Digital Communication Systems
7400 Intro to Trade & Industrial Education (ITIE)
7511 Automotive Service Technology I
7512 Automotive Service Technology II*
7513 Automotive Service Technology III
7521 Collision Repair Technology I
7522 Collision Repair Technology II*
7631 Electronics I
7921 Drafting I
7996 Trade & Industrial Apprenticeship Method*
79976/7998 Trade & Industrial Co-op Method/Internship
7999 Trade and Industrial Advanced Studies*
8011 Principles of Technology I
8110 Fundamentals of Technology
8125 Transportation Systems
7821 Trade and Industrial Cooperative Training I

 
 
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