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ELECTIVE COURSE

ELECTIVE COURSE OFFERINGS AT A GLANCE Elective course are arranged by discipline (type of elective credit granted). Disciplines are:; Career Cluster/Workplace Readiness, Fine Arts, Language Arts/World Languages, Math [courses do not grant a math credit]. Physical Education/Health, Science, Social Studies, and Technlogy. Course Number State Course ID Course Title Course Description May Be Applied* Grade Level Credit Fall Spring Even Grad Years Odd Grad Years Prerequisites 381321 SG Transitions to College THIS COURSE WILL assist students in dealing with the maze of financial aid, scholarships, choosing the best college offer, determining where to live, budgeting, English and math placement tests, and preparing a course of study for the freshman year. STUDENTS WILL prepare scholarship searches and applications, financial aid applications, as well as compile a portfolio of consisting of not only sample college budgets based on their college choices, but also a sample course of study, scholarships, information on extra curricular college offerings, and a calendar of timelines for upcoming due dates. Students will also develop interpersonal skills for successful independent living. Social Studies 12 Spring only 0.5 credit Semester course X X X IEP 171413 171423 03295000 AP Computer Science A/B The AP Computer Science A course is equivalent to a first-semester, college-level course in computer science. The course introduces students to computer science with fundamental topics that include problem solving, design strategies and methodologies, organization of data (data structures), approaches to processing data (algorithms), analysis of potential solutions, and the ethical and social implications of computing. The course emphasizes object-oriented and imperative problem solving and design using the Java language. Students are expected to take the AP exam in May, and while there are no class fees the exam costs approximately $92. Technology 10-12 1.0 Credit / Full year X X X x Alg II Co or Prerequisite 170713 170723 03366000 AP Computer Science Principles A/B AP Computer Science Principles offers a multidisciplinary approach to teaching the underlying principles of computation. The course will introduce students to the creative aspects of programming, abstractions, algorithms, large data sets, the Internet, cybersecurity concerns, and computing impacts. AP Computer Science Principles also gives students the opportunity to use current technologies to create computational artifacts for both self-expression and problem solving. Together, these aspects of the course make up a rigorous and rich curriculum that aims to broaden participation in computer science. Students who elect to take the Advanced Placement exam will be required to pay the test fee. (Qualified students may apply for financial assistance.) Technology or Elective Credit 11-12 1.0 Credit / Full year X X X x Alg II or Pre-AP Algebra II 180700 03037050 Business Computer Applications THIS COURSE WILL focus on a broad introduction to keyboarding, usage of the internet and MicroSoft Office applications (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access). STUDENTS WILL gain an understanding of the software most commonly used in today’s businesses. Technology 10 - 12 0.5 credit Semester course X X X X None 114

ELECTIVE COURSE OFFERINGS AT A GLANCE Elective course are arranged by discipline (type of elective credit granted). Disciplines are:; Career Cluster/Workplace Readiness, Fine Arts, Language Arts/World Languages, Math [courses do not grant a math credit]. Physical Education/Health, Science, Social Studies, and Technlogy. Course Number State Course ID Course Title Course Description 172310 172320 07077150 Introduction to CAD Design (Computer Aided Design) THIS COURSE is designed to familiarize the student with the fundamentals of computer assisted design, utilizing state-of-the- art software and facilities. It will introduce students to the computer aided drafting systems available in the industry. STUDENTS WILL apply their knowledge in various engineering, science, mathematics, and other courses to applied design and real world research activities, working with established professional mentors from the community. May Be Applied* Technology 9 - 12 Grade Level Credit Fall Spring 0.5 credit Semester course Even Grad Years Odd Grad Years X X X X None Prerequisites 171820 3167000 Tech to Robotics 1 THIS COURSE WILL present progressively more complex aspects of algebraic applications, computer programming, delivery systems, and teamwork as students prepare for the RoboRAVE competition. R.A.V.E. stands for Robots Are Very Educational. You may visit http://roboquerque.org/ for more information. STUDENTS WILL work in teams to learn multiple aspects of engineering as it applies to robotics. Each team will learn how to build and program Lego NXT Robots to accomplish specific engineering tasks like traveling exact distances and using sensors to navigate around its environment and gears to modify its speed. Technology 9 - 12 0.5 Credit/ Semester Course X X X X None 171830 3167000 Tech to Robotics 2 THIS COURSE WILL present progressively more complex aspects of algebraic applications, computer programming, delivery systems, and teamwork as students prepare for the RoboRAVE competition. R.A.V.E. stands for Robots Are Very Educational. You may visit http://roboquerque.org/ for more information. STUDENTS WILL work in teams to learn multiple aspects of engineering as it applies to robotics. Each team will learn how to build and program Lego NXT Robots to accomplish specific engineering tasks like traveling exact distances and using sensors to navigate around its environment and gears to modify its speed. Technology 9 - 12 0.5 Credit/ Semester Course X X X Tech to Robotics 1 “C” or better 115

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