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CORE COURSE OFFERINGS AT A GLANCE Core courses are arranged by discipline (subject area or type of credit granted). Core subjects are English, Math, Science and Social Studies. Course offerings are subject to change and contingent upon sufficient course enrollment. The credit earned will be applied in the manner most advantageous to the student. Course Number State Course ID Course Title Course Description May Be Applied* Grade Level Credit Fall Spring Even Grad Years Odd Grad Years Prerequisites 137810 137820 15407312 Sports Medicine I A/B THIS COURSE WILL provide the student with the basic necessary skills to recognize, evaluate, treat & rehabilitate minor athletic injuries. Students are expected to complete a minimum of one day per week after school/weekend in the training room. STUDENTS WILL learn and use basic medical terminology, learn basic anatomy of the skeletal and muscular system, basic first aid principles, and basic taping/wrapping techniques to evaluate & treat athletic injuries. The student will also be exposed to practice and game situations and career opportunities. Students will also become familiar with an Emergency Action Plan. Science (Lab Science credit) 9 - 12 1.0 credit / full year X Part A X Part B X X Teacher recommendatio n 137830 137840 15407312 Sports Medicine II A/B THIS COURSE WILL include advanced evaluation skills to set up rehabilitation programs and use therapeutic modalities for injury care. Students are expected to complete a minimum of two days per week after school/weekends in the training room with a possible individual sport assignment. This may include traveling with the assigned sport (frequency may vary depending upon sport). Students will also learn & become certified in CPR & AED. STUDENTS WILL become familiar with common illnesses in athletics, practice advanced wrappings/tapings, learn skills to properly fit protective sport equipment, understand risks factors for environmental illnesses and head/brain/thoracic injuries. Science (Lab 1.0 10 - 12 Science credit) credit / full year X Part A X Part B X X Sports Medicine I with grade of "B" or higher, and approval of instructor 137850 137860 15407312 Sports Medicine III A/B THIS COURSE WILL prepare students interested in a career in Sports Medicine. Instruction includes: administration and organizational skills, psychological rehabilitation techniques, specific strength training techniques for injured athletes, & advanced athletic injuries. Students are expected to complete a minimum of two days per week after school in the training room with a possible individual sport assignment. This may include traveling with the assigned sport (frequency may vary depending upon sport). STUDENTS WILL be required to participate in a peer mentorship program. They will be involved in visitations to various facilities and settings throughout the city (i.e. local high schools, UNM training room, and rehabilitation clinics and hospital). Science (Lab 1.0 11 - 12 Science credit) credit / full year X Part A X Part B X X Sports Medicine II with grade of "B" or higher, and approval of instructor 43

CORE COURSE OFFERINGS AT A GLANCE Core courses are arranged by discipline (subject area or type of credit granted). Core subjects are English, Math, Science and Social Studies. Course offerings are subject to change and contingent upon sufficient course enrollment. The credit earned will be applied in the manner most advantageous to the student. Course Number State Course ID Course Title Course Description May Be Applied* Grade Level Credit Fall Spring Even Grad Years Odd Grad Years Prerequisites 137700 137730 17144713 Zoology A/B THIS COURSE IS designed for the student who is interested in animals. It surveys the animal kingdom with an emphasis on the vertebrates (fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals). The goal is to have students leave this class with a greater understanding and appreciation of the animals with which we share this planet. STUDENTS WILL explore (through literature research, hands-on labs, and presentations) the biology, behavior, ecology, natural history, and evolution of various animal species. They will study animals of New Mexico, discuss the status of many species, and explore current threats to animals worldwide. Science (Lab 1.0 10 - 12 Science credit) credit / full year X Part A X Part B X X Chemistry or Chemistry in the Community and Biology (Biology may be concurrent) 44

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