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AGRIBUSINESS AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT Agribusiness, Introduction Agricultural Business Operation Farm and Ranch Management State and Community Agriculture Agricultural Mathematics Agricultural Microprocessing Agricultural Business Agricultural Business Leadership

A summary of groups of instructional programs that prepare individuals to apply agricultural activities concerned with the production and propagation of crops an horticulture. A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to apply the economic and agricultural business.

Introductory course; agricultural businesses; management practices salesmanship; marketing and records; economic principles; agricultural enterpri accounting; taxes; production; financing; capital resources; farm enterprises agricultural information; optimum crop and animal production geographic locatio agricultural economics; business mathematics record keeping; tax records; software selection; equipment controls work experience in agribusiness; business organization work experience in agribusiness; business organization agriculture studies; independent projects agricultural related business operation; individual study

71 Agriculture Cooperatives 72 Agricultural Cooperative Education 2 81 Agriculture, Independent Study SOEP - Supervised Occupational 82 Experience Program Agricultural Business and 00 Management, Other

Agricultural Cooperative Education 1

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AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS Agricultural Mechanics, General Agricultural Mechanics 2 Agricultural Mechanics 3 Agricultural Mechanics 4 Welding, Agricultural Agricultural Construction and Maintenance

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to select, operate, ma structures, and utilities. Includes instruction in agricultural power units; the plan mechanical practices associated with irrigation, drainage, run-off, water conserv

agricultural equipment maintenance; maintenance of hand and power tools; arc advanced course; agribusiness power equipment; methods of irrigation; land lev continued advanced study; agribusiness equipment continued advanced study; agribusiness equipment welding repair and construction of agricultural machinery

Power and Machinery, Agricultural Small Engines, Agricultural Farm Construction Electricity and Electronics, 51 Agricultural 61 Soil and Water Mechanical Practices

equipment selection, operation and repair; agricultural power units planning, materials selection; construction of agricultural structures; environmen safe use of electricity; electrical power; automatic controls irrigation; drainage; soil contours; terracing; strip cropping; irrigation equipment

71 Surveying, Agricultural 00 Agricultural Mechanics, Other 03 AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION 11 Agricultural Production, General 12 Agriculture Technology 1 13 Agriculture Technology 2 21 Animal Production 31 Crop Production 00 Agricultural Production, Other Animal and Veterinary Science; Animal Husbandry

describing geographic areas; agricultural applications; mapping; layout of conto

Production Agriculture

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals in planning and econo production of plant and animal products. animal and plant production; farming production vocational agriculture; technical information about agriculture processing and distribution of agricultural products

livestock production and basic veterinary science; selection, breeding, nutrition,

grains; fiber; forages; specialty crops; harvesting; production facilities operation

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AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROCESSING Agricultural Products and Processing 11 1 Agricultural Products and Processing 12 2 Agricultural Products and Processing 21 - Cooperative Education Agricultural Products and 00 Processing, Other

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to process food and n in the characteristics and properties of agricultural products and of agriculture-re involved in marking, grading, inspecting, packaging, storing, and marketing.

preparation of meat, dairy, poultry and produce for market, as well as aspects o

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AGRICULTURAL SERVICES AND SUPPLIES 11 Agricultural Supplies Marketing 21 Animal Grooming Agricultural Services and Supplies, 00 Other

Pet Grooming

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to sell supplies for ag transport agricultural products. Includes instruction in animal breeding, horsesh marketing operations; feeds; fertilizers; machinery; seeds; herbicides; pesticides techniques for grooming small animals

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HORTICULTURE 11 Horticulture 21 Floriculture

Plant Propagation Floriculture and Gardening Landscaping and Home Fruit Production; Landscape Maintenance and Construction; Landscape Design

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to produce, process, aesthetic purposes and to establish, maintain, and manage horticultural enterpr nursery operation and management, and turf management. Includes instruction landscaping; florist and garden centers; turf growth and care; diseases; chemica ornamental plant culture; turf management and gardening; greenhouse operatio

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Landscaping

soil types; fertilizer use; lawn and turf maintenance; pest and disease control; pl

32 Landscaping, Advanced 41 Greenhouse Management Nursery Operations and 51 Management Horticulture Power Equipment 61 Operation and Maintenance 62 71 81 00 07 Horticultural Mechanics 2 Turf Management Fruit and Vegetable Production Horticulture, Other

history of landscaping; common styles of landscaping; practice in drawing techn plants under glass; artificial environments for plants; commercial production Nursery Practices; Nursery Management Horticultural Mechanics 1 Horticultural Mechanics Cooperative Education

plant propagation; landscaping with plants; study of soils, insects, diseases, we power equipment; horticulture operation and maintenance

grasses and ground covers; growth and maintenance orchard production; commercial vegetable production; harvesting; processing; m

INTERNATIONAL AGRICULTURE 00 International Agriculture, Other AGRIBUSINESS AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION, OTHER. Agribusiness and Agricultural 00 Production, Other AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES, GENERAL 11 21 22 23 24 00 Agricultural Sciences, General Agricultural Occupations 1 Agricultural Occupations 2 Agricultural Occupations 3 Agricultural Occupations 4 Agricultural Sciences, Other General Agriculture Fundamentals

A group of Instructional programs that prepares individuals to apply the social, b distribution on a worldwide scale.

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A group of instructional programs in agribusiness and agricultural production no

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A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe the production, pro

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A group of instructional programs that generally describes the production, proce production; processing; distribution; food and fiber soils; livestock; plants; equipment; agricultural mechanics soils; livestock; plants; equipment; agricultural mechanics, level 2 soils; livestock; plants; equipment; agricultural mechanics, level 3

soils; livestock; plants; equipment; agricultural mechanics, level 4; placement in

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ANIMAL SCIENCES Animal Sciences 1 Animal Sciences 2 Livestock 9 Livestock 10 Poultry Dairy Production Nutrition and Feeds Horse Production Horseshoeing/Farrier Training Small Animal Production 1

Small Animal Production

A group of instructional programs that describe the theories, principles, and app animals and animal products. animal nutrition; diseases; parasites; farming experience animal nutrition; diseases; parasites; enterprise specialization production and management of livestock; feeding; management; disease contro production and management of livestock production and management of poultry production and management; milk animals; dairy products vitamins; protein; feed additives; food production; fiber production production and management of horses proper use of farrier tools; operation and maintenance of a forge; leg and hoof a research; breeding

72 Small Animal Production 2 81 Fish Production 00 Animal Sciences, Other 03 00 04 FOOD SCIENCES Food Sciences, Other

Small Animal Production Cooperative Education production and management of fish; pond construction

A group of instructional programs that describe the principles and practices invo storage.

PLANT SCIENCES 11 Agronomy 21 22 23 00 Ornamental Horticulture 1 Ornamental Horticulture 2 Ornamental Horticulture 3 Plant Sciences, Other

Plant Science

A group of instructional programs that describe the theories and principles of sc and soil conservation. field crop production; truck crops; seed production; pest control; ornamental hor

job entry competencies; landscape workers; greenhouse and nursery workers; fencing ground workers; greenhouse and nursery preparation; equipment operation; pla processing and distribution of plant and floral products; grounds, nursery, and g

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SOIL SCIENCES Soil Sciences, General Fertilizers and Chemicals Agricultural Chemistry Soil Sciences, Other AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES, OTHER Agricultural Sciences, Other RENEWABLE NATURAL RESOURCES RENEWABLE NATURAL RESOURCES, GENERAL Renewable Natural Resources, Other General CONSERVATION AND REGULATION Conservation and Regulation Soils, Forestry and Wildlife Environmental Management 1 Environmental Management 2 Environmental Management Cooperative Education Conservation and Regulation, Other FISHING AND FISHERIES Waterman Occupations Fishing and Fisheries, Other

A group of instructional programs that describe the physical, chemical, and biolo their conservation and management for crop production or other purposes. use of herbicides, insecticides, fertilizers; types of soils; soil preparation; soil tes fundamental chemical principles; nature and properties of soils

A group of instructional programs in agricultural sciences not described above.

A summary of groups of instructional programs that prepare individuals for activ water, land, fish, and wildlife for economic and recreational purposes. A group of instructional programs that generally prepares individuals for activitie land, fish, and wildlife for economic and recreational purposes.

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to engage in activities air; water; soil; trees; wildlife; recreation areas management and protection of natural resources; balancing the demands of mu

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to engage in fishing fo sea food biology; harvesting techniques; boating skills; marine mechanics; equi

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FORESTRY PRODUCTION AND PROCESSING

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to produce, protect, a and machinery; harvest and transport trees as a crop and select, grade, and ma forest for multiple purposes such as game preserves and recreation.

Forestry Production and Processing, 00 Other FORESTRY AND RELATED SCIENCES. A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to apply the science, art, and practice of managing and using for human benefit the natural resources that occur on, and in association with, forest lands. Forestry Science 1 Forestry, Introduction Forestry Science 2 Forestry Occupations - Work Experience Forestry - Cooperative Education Forestry and Related Sciences, Other WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT Wildlife Management Rural Recreation Wildlife Management, Other MARINE MANAGEMENT AND OCEANOGRAPHY Marine Management/Oceanography 1 Marine Technology 1 Marine Management/Oceanography 2 Marine Technology 2 RENEWABLE NATURAL RESOURCES, OTHER Renewable Natural Resources, Other ARCHITECTURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN ARCHITECTURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN, GENERAL Architecture and Environmental Design, Other General

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measuring; marking; harvesting; marketing of forest products; management advanced course; study of products of the forest

A group of instructional programs that prepares individuals in the principles and ecological, and recreational uses of public and private lands. management production and improvement of wildlife resources aesthetic, ecological and recreational uses; public and private lands

entry level skills in marine management with opportunity to focus on areas inclu geology, oceanography, navigation, seamanship, water chemistry and water mi

A group of instructional programs in renewable natural resources not described

A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe the methods to cre

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A group of instructional programs that generally describe the methods to create

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ARCHITECTURE 11 Architecture, Introduction 12 Architecture, Advanced 21 Architectural Theory 00 Architecture, Other CITY, COMMUNITY, AND REGIONAL PLANNING

A group of instructional programs that describes the processes that promote the environment. history of architecture; architectural styles; forms in architecture; blueprint readin architectural design and drafting; floor plans; drawing elevations; foundations; m building evolution; architectural construction, styles, terminology; area planning

A group of instructional programs that describe the application of the planning p and other geographically distinct areas.

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City, Community, and Regional Planning, Other ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN Environmental Design, Other INTERIOR DESIGN

A group of instructional programs that describe the processes, procedures, obs environments.

A group of instructional programs that describe the processes, procedures, obs

11 Interior Design 00 Interior Design, Other 06 00 07 00 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Landscape Architecture, Other URBAN DESIGN Urban Design, Other ARCHITECTURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN, OTHER Architecture and Environmental Design, Other

design problems; color; furniture styles; interior environments; architectural conc

A group of instructional programs that describe the design processes as applied landscape with the object of furthering human purposes and synthesizing know technology, and aesthetic sensitivity.

A group of instructional programs that describe the systematic process of creati aesthetic sensitivity, technology, and social, psychological, and economic well-

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A group of instructional programs in architecture and environmental design not

AREA AND ETHNIC STUDIES AREA STUDIES 01 Area Studies 02 American Studies, Basic American Studies, Regents; American Studies, Academic; American History and American Character Factors that Made America Great; American Social Change; Contemporary America

A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe the history, society subset of the population sharing common racial characteristics or common traits A group of instructional programs that describe the history, society, politics, cult survey of social, political, and cultural history; Africa, Latin America, China, Japa contemporary issues; culture; domestic and international politics; print media re

03 American Studies, General 04 05 06 07 America's People and Problems American Studies, Honors New England Studies Old South

survey of social, political, cultural and economic history; current events

contemporary American problems; social, political, and economic changes; ach study of American culture, politics and economy social, political, cultural history; folklore; current events cultural traditions pre-Civil War; plantations; slave system; cotton culture

08 American West 09 Southwest United States 10 Anglo America 11 North America and Current Events 12 North and South America 13 Latin America

American Frontiers; Wild West; How the West Was Won

legend and reality; railroads and cowboys; philosophical and cultural contributio social, political, and cultural history; Anazasi and Pueblo cultures; Spanish influe historical American and Canadian political, geographic and economic interdepe

Latin American Studies; Latin America and the Caribbean; Mesoamerica; South America

study of United States, Canada, and Mexico; interdependence; economic, politi political, economic, physical, and cultural differences; international trade issues

Indian heritage; Latin American roots; colonization; current economic, political a

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World Studies 1 World Studies 2 World Studies, Honors Comparative World Cultures European Culture Studies, Basic

World Cultures 1 World Cultures 2 World Cultures, Honors Western Europe on the Move Western European Culture Studies, Academic; Europe and Current Events; Western Man; European Culture Studies, Regents Western European Culture Studies, Honors Developing World; Emerging Nations African Cultural Area

ancient civilizations; non-western culture; Egypt, Greece, Rome, American India development modern world historical development; Renaissance through the 20th century; h ancient civilizations; non-western history; modern world development; internatio comparative world culture study; geography, economics, political science, histor chronological development of European history; Western philosophies; America

19 European Culture Studies, General 20 European Culture Studies, Honors 21 Developing Nations 22 African Area Studies 23 Africa and South America Asian and African Cultural Studies, 24 Basic Asian and African Cultural Studies, 25 General Asian and African Cultural Studies, 26 Honors

ancient through modern times; world impact; cross-nation comparison; news an

forces and trends shaping Western thought and civilization; America's European

contemporary Third World nation development; People's Republic of China; trad historical African civilizations; colonization; independence struggles; racial issue civilizations, cultures and governments; multiple nation arrangements geography; history and economics; culture; political science; current events

Asian and African Cultural Studies, Regents

geography; history and economics; culture; political science; current events geography; history and economics; culture; political science; current events

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Asian Studies History of China Asia, Africa and Mideast Africa and Middle East Middle Eastern Studies Middle East, War for Survival

East Asian Studies; Oriental Cultures; Chinese and Japanese Cultures; Orient; Land of Mystery

cultural groups; history; present world status; China, Japan, Korea, and India social, cultural, political, and economic institutions; cultural, political and social c colonization; living standards; world influence; physical, economic, and political developing nations; race relations; cultural conflicts; United States relations history and culture; social, political, and economic issues study of Arab nations and Israel; historic relationship; international impact

33 U S S R 34 Soviet Union and China Soviet Union and Afro American 35 Developing Nations 36 History of Russia 37 Neglected World

Russian and Slavic Studies; Soviet Union; Making of Modern Russia; Soviet Area Studies

traditional Russia; revolution; Soviet Union; modern technology; satellites; comm traditional and modern China; 19th and 20th century Russia; political, economic

study of Russia, Latin America, Africa, and Middle East; political, religious, educ past and present; political, social, and economic conditions; communist system study of Pacific Islands; forgotten nations; historical and cultural survey Global Perspectives; Global Studies; Global Issues; World Problems

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Global Education Pacific Rim Nations Canadian Area Studies Area Studies, Other

study of nations' interdependence; food energy, environment, and human rights all nations situated on the Pacific Ocean - geography, natural resources, people study of Canada, past and present, political, social and economic factors, relatio

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ETHNIC STUDIES Minority Groups in the United States; Minorities; Minorities in United States History; Multi Ethnic Cultures; United States Cultures; American Intercultural Heritage; Minority People Black Experience; Afro American Culture and History; Black Studies; Black History; American Black History American Indians Mexican American Studies

A group of instructional programs that describe the history, society, politics, cult common traits and customs.

11 Minorities in America 21 Ethnic and Family Heritage

racism; cultural behavior patterns; cultural identity; cultural equality tracing family ethnic history; various field and literature research strategies

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Afro American Studies Economics of Afro Americans Indians of North America Jewish Historical Significance Mexican American Heritage Hawaiiana Hawaiian Culture Studies, Modern Ethnic Studies, Other AREA AND ETHNIC STUDIES, OTHER 00 Area and Ethnic Studies, Other BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT, GENERAL

cultural heritage of the Afro American; political development; arts; social change economic development and problems; American Black culture vanished and existing native American cultures; history and present life style study of Jewish cultural contributions, ancient to modern times; American Jewis history and culture of the Chicano; contemporary social issues; occupational pro study of the Hawaiian people and culture; origins; ancient cultural groups multicultural understanding emphasis; Hawaiian culture and student ethnic iden

A group of instructional programs in area and ethnic studies not described abov

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A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe the processes of p making and non-profit public and private institutions and agencies.

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A group of instructional programs that generally describe the processes of purch making and non-profit public and private institutions and agencies. Business, General; Business Survey; Business, Basic; Business Dynamics; Business Careers Overview

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Business Introduction Business Law Business, Independent Study Business Education, Cooperative Business and Management, Other 00 General ACCOUNTING Accounting/Business Management 11 Careers - Integrated Curriculum 00 Accounting, Other BANKING AND FINANCE 11 Financial Careers 21 Real Estate Finance

money; banking; consumer purchasing; credit; business vocabulary; business p business agreement; negotiable instruments; debtor creditor relationship; insura business and management studies; independent projects general business; management experiences; on the job education with related c

A group of instructional programs that describe the principles, procedures, and

overview of careers in both of these fields and training in introductory related sk

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A group of instructional programs that describe the financial management of ind investment analysis and portfolio selection. accounting procedures; credit unions; savings banks; consumer finance; career concepts of real estate finance, fixed mortgages, adjustable rate mortgages, fin institutions, qualifying buyers

31 Consumer Lending 00 Banking and Finance, Other BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT Business Organization and 11 Management Business Administration and 00 Management, Other 05 BUSINESS ECONOMICS 11 Business Economics 00 Business Economics, Other HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT Human Resources Development, 00 Other INSTITUTIONAL MANAGEMENT 11 Hotel and Motel Management 12 Hotel and Motel Training 00 Institutional Management, Other INSURANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT 11 Insurance Careers Insurance and Risk Management, 00 Other Business Management; Business Leadership; Junior Executive Training

concepts of consumer finance and lending, buyer credit qualifications, interest r

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A group of instructional programs that describe the planning, organizing, and co various theories of management, the knowledge and understanding necessary

decision-making; personnel selection; leadership abilities; speech preparation; p

A group of instructional programs that describe principles and methods for orga account of costs, profits, and the nature and extent of competition in markets. business principles; economic system; costs; market competition

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A group of instructional programs that describe the principles, methods, and tec employees.

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A group of instructional programs that describe the nature and application of m hotel operations; food sales; housekeeping occupational survey; tourist industry; front office operations; maintenance

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A group of instructional programs that describe risk analysis and personal and b and annuity underwriting. claims investigation; medical insurance; general insurance coverage; career op

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INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT International Business Management, 00 Other

A group of instructional programs that describe the securities market, investmen instruction in the study of stocks, mutual funds, bonds, unlisted and listed secur

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INVESTMENTS AND SECURITIES 11 Investments and Taxation 00 Investments and Securities, Other

A group of instructional programs that describe the securities market, investmen instruction in the study of stocks, mutual funds, bonds, unlisted and listed secur investing money; stocks and bonds; income tax laws security analysis

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LABOR INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 00 Labor Industrial Relations, Other

A group of instructional programs that describe the history and development of union contracts, labor negotiation, conciliation, arbitration, and grievance proced

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MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS Management Information Systems, 00 Other

A group of instructional programs that describe computer-based information sys clerical work flow from the point of original data gathering to completion of nece

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MANAGEMENT SCIENCE 00 Management Science, Other MARKETING MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH Marketing Management and 11 Decision Making Marketing Management and 00 Research, Other Marketing Studies; Merchandising and Sales Management

A group of instructional programs that describe the application of mathematical design, implementation, monitoring, and control of organizational processes and efficiency.

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A group of instructional programs that describe the principles, practices, and co and the acquisition of services from producer to consumer. Includes instruction and possession of goods and services; and the study of applied economics rela

marketing research methods; management techniques; customer psychology; b

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ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR 00 Organizational Behavior, Other PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT 00 Personnel Management, Other REAL ESTATE 11 Real Estate Marketing 00 Real Estate, Other SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND OWNERSHIP 11 Small Business Management Small Business Management and 00 Ownership, Other

A group of instructional programs that describe the behavior and motivations of managers, and the means of intervention that may be used to improve interpers

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A group of instructional programs that describe the methods, principles, procedu the welfare and working conditions of employees in a business or other organiz

A group of instructional programs that describe the theories and techniques of b real estate; sales techniques; appraising, renting, managing, and leasing of real

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A group of instructional programs that describe managerial functions and owner small business operations; management functions; ownership principles

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TAXATION. 00 Taxation, Other TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL SUPERVISION AND MANAGEMENT Trade and Industrial Supervision and 00 Management, Other BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT, OTHER

A group of instructional programs that describes principles, procedures, and reg tax returns for individuals, partnerships, corporations, and other types of organiz

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A group of instructional programs that describe supervising and managing pers moving.

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A group of instructional programs in business and management not described a

00 Business and Management, Other

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BUSINESS AND OFFICE ACCOUNTING, BOOKKEEPING, AND RELATED PROGRAMS. 11 Bookkeeping 1 12 Bookkeeping 2 21 Accounting 1

Bookkeeping, Beginning Bookkeeping, Advanced Clerical Accounting 1 Accounting, Advanced; Accounting Careers; Clerical Accounting 2

A summary of groups of instructional programs that prepare individuals for a va and procedures. Includes instruction in preparing, transcribing, systematizing, a records; collecting accounts and receiving and disbursing money; gathering, pro processing equipment; storing, distributing, and accounting for inventories of ma business office duties. A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to systematize inform of data by applying auditing principles, prepare budgets and financial reports, op financial statements; basic accounting elements; bookkeeping principles real world settings; financial management; corporate bookkeeping; advanced th

basic accounting; accounting cycle; depreciation; accruals; accounting theory; d

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Accounting 2 Accounting, College Bookkeeping and Accounting 1 Bookkeeping and Accounting 2

advanced accounting; business ownership; simulations; managerial accounting and spreadsheet college level accounting; executive training accounting theory; accounting cycles; financial reporting occupational competency; accounting; partnerships; corporations; combined co

51 Recordkeeping 1 52 Recordkeeping 2 53 Personal Recordkeeping 61 Office Machines 62 Office Machines, Vocational 71 Business Mathematics 1 72 Business Mathematics 2 Accounting, Bookkeeping, and 00 Related Programs, Other BANKING AND RELATED FINANCIAL PROGRAMS 01 Banking and Financial Careers 11 Bank Teller 21 Financial Mathematics 31 Bank Proof Operator 41 Bank Data Entry Occupations Banking and Financial Careers 51 Cooperative Education Banking and Related Financial 00 Programs, Other

Recordkeeping, Clerical Recordkeeping Techniques, Specialized Home Finance Business Machines; Adding and Calculating Machines Business Arithmetic; Career Computation 1 Business Arithmetic 2; Career Computation 2

business records procedures; financial transactions; petty cash; purchase cycle

advanced business recordkeeping; journalizing; financial statements; payroll; ad personal bookkeeping skills, simple business records; personal finance

calculator operations; adding machines; electronic calculators; computational m adding and calculating machine operation; communications and transcription m interest computation; payroll; taxes; investments; discounts; commissions commercial applications; basic computational skill

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A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to perform financial o receiving and paying out money, and functions associated with processing loan overview and introductory skills in banking and related financial industry areas banking study; teller training; field experience banking interest; discounting notes; stocks; bonds insurance; basic computation encoding; scanning; listing; proof equipment operation

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BUSINESS DATA PROCESSING AND RELATED PROGRAMS 11 Computers In Business 21 Business Data Processing 1 22 Business Data Processing 2

Business Computer Concepts

31 Business Computer Programming 1 Business Computer Applications 32 41 51 52 61 71 Business Computer Programming 2 Key Punch Operator Data Entry Operator 1 Computer Operator Data Entry Operator 2 Keyboarding Peripheral Computer Operator Business Data Processing and 00 Related Programs, Other OFFICE SUPERVISION AND MANAGEMENT Business English 1 Business Communications Business English 2 Business English 3 Business English 4 Office Supervision and Management, Other PERSONNEL AND TRAINING PROGRAMS Personnel and Training Programs, Other SECRETARIAL AND RELATED PROGRAMS Stenography 1; Shorthand, Shorthand 1 Beginning Stenography 2; Stenography, Shorthand 2 Advanced; Shorthand, Advanced Shorthand for College; Notetaking; Speed Writing College Notehand Dictation and Transcription; Transcription, Machine; Touch Shorthand; Machine Shorthand Secretarial Practice; Secretarial Procedures; Secretarial Office Practice; Secretarial Typewriting, Integrated; Secretarial Skills, Integrated

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to analyze and design processing programs; and operate computers and peripheral and data entry eq survey course; business applications of computers; data processing principles; introductory business applications; calculator operations; unit recording equipm business applications; business computer languages computer operations; acco business programs; computer applications in business; programming to solve b spreadsheet and database programs

advanced business programs; typical business problems; additional programmi keypunching; verifying; unit record equipment; coding data entry; verification; disc equipment alphabetic and numeric keyboarding using touch method laser, impact printer operation

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A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to supervise employe and/or revise office operations and procedures to establish uniformity in handlin production and efficiency; evaluate employee records; and coordinate activities oral expression; memoranda; business messages; handwriting; telephone usag business letters; memoranda; business messages; skills enhancement

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to undertake organiza

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to record and transcri

shorthand theory; shorthand fluency; new matter dictation; secretarial skills; intr

intensive dictation; shorthand technique; stenographer training; skill enhanceme personal use notetaking; rapid writing

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transcription techniques; transcribing typist training; business documents

31 Secretarial Administration 1 32 Secretarial Administration 2 41 Word Processing 1

secretarial occupations; records management; human relations; general office w advanced shorthand and transcription skills; payroll; receptionist duties; persona word processing equipment; memory typewriters; integrated typing projects; tra

42 Word Processing 2 43 Word Processing 3 51 Reprographics 61 Legal Office Procedures 62 Court Reporter 71 Medical Office Procedures 81 Legal/Medical Office Procedures Secretarial and Related Programs, 00 Other TYPING, GENERAL OFFICE, AND RELATED PROGRAMS 11 Typewriting 1 12 Typewriting 2 13 Typewriting 3 21 Typewriting, Personal Medical Office Assisting; Medical Secretary Advanced Word Processing Applications Legal Secretary

intensified work; word processing equipment; word processing center environm

office reproduction; printing; camera-ready copy legal office worker; legal terminology; legal documents entry level skills for court reporting; legal and technical terms; English for court r machine laboratory

medical clerk typist; medical transcriptionist; insurance forms; patient assistance combined course introducing both legal and medical office procedures

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A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to record, duplicate, a data. Includes instruction in shipping and receiving procedures, stock and inven Typewriting, Beginning; Typewriting, Business Typewriting, Advanced Typewriting, Executive; Typewriting, Career Word Processing, Personal Office Practice 1; Office Specialist 1; Automated Office 1; Office Skills, Integrated; Clerk Typist; Office Technology 1; Business Careers 1; Office Services 1; Clerk Typist 1 Office Practice 2; Office Career Occupations; Automated Office 2; Office Careers 2; Office Technology 2; Office Specialist 2; Clerk Typist 2 Model Office; Office Practice, Advanced; Business Experience, Simulated; Business Careers 3; Office Pool; Office Services, Advanced Clerical On The Job Training; Office Training, Vocational; Office Occupations Work Experience

touch method mastery; speed building; interoffice correspondence; stroking tech business tasks; vocational typewriting; interoffice correspondence; typewriting p

speed and accuracy typewriting; business communications; efficient work habits touch typewriting; letters; reports; footnotes; personal use

31 Office Procedures 1

filing; transcribing machines; duplicating machines; job preparedness; office ski

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job simulation; mail clerk; cashier; receptionist; improved business skills; office s

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advanced job training; model office; typing simulations; office etiquette; actual w

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41 Office Education 1, Cooperative 42 Office Education 2, Cooperative Typing, General Office, and Related 00 Programs, Other BUSINESS AND OFFICE, OTHER 00 Business and Office, Other

on-site training with related classroom instruction; office employment; working w advanced on-site training; office employment; paid experience with related class

A group of instructional programs in business and office not described above.

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MARKETING AND DISTRIBUTION APPAREL AND ACCESSORIES MARKETING Fashion Merchandising Fashion Design and Illustration Fashion Merchandising Cooperative Education 1 Fashion Merchandising Cooperative Education 2 Apparel and Accessories Marketing, Other

A summary of groups of instructional programs that prepare individuals for occu channels of trade, or the provision of services to consumers or users. These pr including ownership and management of enterprises engaged in marketing. Ins such as selling, buying, pricing, promoting, financing, transporting, storing, mark emphases on technical knowledge of products or services marketed, related co relations and private enterprise. A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to perform marketing firms primarily engaged in the marketing of clothing and related articles for pers influences on fashion; career opportunities; fashion shows; merchandising princ fashion advertising; magazine illustration; newspaper illustration

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BUSINESS AND PERSONAL SERVICES MARKETING Business and Personal Services 00 Marketing, Other ENTREPRENEURSHIP 11 Starting Your Own Business 21 Junior Achievement 00 Entrepreneurship, Other FINANCIAL SERVICES MARKETING 00 Financial Services Marketing, Other FLORISTRY, FARM AND GARDEN SUPPLIES MARKETING 11 Floral Sales Floristry, Farm and Garden Supplies 00 Marketing, Other FOOD MARKETING Food Marketing/Distribution 11 Overview 12 Grocery Management Wholesale/Retail Grocery Operation

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to perform marketing to businesses on a fee or contract basis (such as advertising agencies, publishi protection agencies building maintenance firms, and employment agencies), an shops, gymnasiums, funeral homes, home maintenance firms, pet care centers marketing activities involved in such enterprises and not on the development of instruction in preparing individuals to perform advertising and merchandise disp

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Student - Operated Company

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to perform marketing location selection; financing; marketing; management study of American enterprise system; small business operation; management sk

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A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to perform marketing associations, credit agencies, credit unions, consumer-finance companies, colle enterprises.

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A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to perform marketing dealing with live plants, cut flowers, floral arrangements, artificial flowers and pla for farm production. floral arrangements; retail florist shop; garden center operations; wedding prepa

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A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to perform marketing manufacturing firms that deal primarily with food and beverage products

supervisory skills; human relations; checkout management; store accounting; m receiving; grocery, meat, dairy, frozen food departments

Food Marketing - Cooperative 21 Education 1 Food Marketing - Cooperative 22 Education 2 00 Food Marketing, Other

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GENERAL MARKETING Sales and Marketing; Retailing and Merchandising; Distribution and Marketing; Distribution 1; Marketing and Distribution 1; Merchandising Distribution 2; Marketing and Distribution 2

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to perform marketing environment. Principles, practices, and procedures are taught without particular by prior training or employment experience may have already acquired extensiv application in any enterprise or subsequent specialized training in marketing. T marketing functions, or on unique kinds of marketing activity.

11 Distributive Education 1 12 Distributive Education 2 13 Distributive Education 3

basic marketing; store location; display; merchandising; product information

advanced marketing; marketing process control; specialized marketing; distribu merchandising; human relations; service technology leadership skills cooperative training; retail store employment; marketing competencies

Store Experience; Marketing 21 Distributive Education 1, Cooperative Occupational Experience 22 31 41 51 Distributive Education 2, Cooperative Salesmanship Retail Learning Laboratory Cashier Checker Training Warehousing Industrial and 61 Wholesale Material Handling Distributive Education, Independent 71 Study 81 Telephone Service Representative 82 Telephone Directory Assistant 00 General Marketing, Other HOME AND OFFICE PRODUCTS MARKETING 11 Computer Sales Representative Home and Office Products 00 Marketing, Other HOSPITALITY AND RECREATION MARKETING 11 Orientation to Hospitality Careers 21 Hospitality Sales 1 22 Hospitality Sales 2 Hospitality and Recreation 00 Marketing, Other

continued on-the-job training; leadership development; distribution economics; a marketing careers; in-depth studies; sales promotion techniques; sales persona school store operations; selling; stockkeeping; sales promotion cash register procedure; scale use; shoplifting prevention; customer relations

wholesale establishments; business sales; factory sales; warehouse operations advanced distributive training; independent work

entry level skills as telephone service representative; human relations; fielding c entry level skills as telephone directory assistant; computerized directory proced

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A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to perform marketing firms dealing with hardware and building material products and equipment prima used in public and private business office operations. sales principles and training; introduction to computers and software; computer

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A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to perform marketing satisfying the desire of people to make productive or enjoyable use of leisure tim food and beverage services. Recreation includes products and services related introduction to the hospitality industry including hotels, motels, restaurants, conv marketing hospitality services; human relations; customer concerns; organizing

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INSURANCE MARKETING 00 Insurance Marketing, Other TRANSPORTATION AND TRAVEL MARKETING 11 Tourism Services Entertainment Park/Tourism 21 Cooperative Education Transportation and Travel Marketing, 00 Other VEHICLES AND PETROLEUM MARKETING 11 Auto Parts Merchandising Automotive Service Station 21 Automotive Professional Training Operation Vehicles and Petroleum Marketing, 00 Other MARKETING AND DISTRIBUTION, OTHER 00 Marketing and Distribution, Other COMMUNICATIONS COMMUNICATIONS, GENERAL Channels of Communication; Media Communications; Media and Persuasion; Media in Society; Media and Critical Thinking

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to perform marketing

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to perform marketing transportation, travel services, warehousing, and other services incidental to tra traveling public; travel information; agency management

customer relations and entertainment park service provision; meeting the public

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A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to perform marketing distribution of petroleum products, or in retail, wholesale, manufacturing and ser other recreational vehicles, tractors, and other farm vehicles and implements, a auto parts marketing service station management; service station operations; auto maintenance

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A group of instructional programs in marketing and distribution not described ab

A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe the creation, trans A group of instruction programs that generally describe the creation, transmissio

11 Mass Media 21 Intercultural Communications 00 Communications, Other General 02 ADVERTISING

media awareness; communication theory; critical skill development; major medi

how patterns of communication vary from culture to culture; problems that can a

A group of instructional programs that describe the creation, execution, transmis products and services.

11 Advertising 00 Advertising, Other 03 COMMUNICATIONS RESEARCH 00 Communications Research, Other JOURNALISM (MASS COMMUNICATIONS) Newspaper Production 1; Newswriting 1; Writing for Publication Newspaper Production 2; Journalism Lab; Newswriting 2

advertising skills; media selection; package design; layout; marketing strategies

A group of instructional programs that describe the research methods and tech

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A group of instructional programs that describe the principles and methods of g current events and issues.

11 Journalism 1 12 Journalism 2

newspaper study; newspaper production; news information gathering; proofread

advanced newspaper work; laboratory course; layout; in-depth editing; publishin

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Journalism 3 Newspaper Production 3 Journalism Investigations Literary Magazine Yearbook Production 1 Publications 1 Yearbook Production 2 Publications 2 Journalism (Mass Communications), 00 Other 05 00 06 11 12 00 07 11 21 00 08 11 12 21 31 99 00 10 01 11 PUBLIC RELATIONS Public Relations, Other RADIO/TELEVISION NEWS BROADCAST Broadcast Journalism Careers in Radio/Television Broadcasting Radio/Television News Broadcast, Other RADIO/TELEVISION, GENERALA Broadcasting, Introduction Television and Taste Radio/Television, Other General SPECIAL LANGUAGES Sign Language 1 Sign Language 2 Braille Communications Cryptography COMMUNICATIONS, OTHER Communications, Other COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES World of Communications

school newspaper management; advanced journalism independent study; advanced journalism advanced writing techniques; literary magazine publishing producing a publication; format; layout; photographs; yearbook design senior staff positions; financial management; yearbook publication

A group of instructional programs that describe the methods and techniques by firm, or institution.

Television News

A group of instructional programs that describe the methods and techniques by script preparation; voice and diction introductory combination course including overview of both radio and television

Radio and Television Appreciation

group of instructional programs that describe the methods and techniques used radio; television; broadcast history; terminology; advertising; production fundam critical television viewing; program analysis; television viewing habits; radio broa

Signing 1 Signing 2

deciphering codes and secret characters, special encoded languages (Morse C A group of instructional programs in communications not described above.

A summary of groups of instructional programs that prepare individuals to suppo stress specialized, practical knowledge related to the mechanical, scientific or te A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to support and assist specialized, practical knowledge related to the mechanical, scientific, or technic survey course; communications careers; communication skills; development; vis Audio Visuals; Media Production Aide Photojournalism

21 Communications Media Production 31 Photography, Commercial 32 41 42 43 Photography, Advanced Commercial Broadcast Management 1 Broadcast Management 2 Broadcasting Practicum

slide preparation; audiotape production; video programs production; multimedia professional photography; film processing; enlarging; advertising applications; c

advanced course; professional photography radio broadcasting procedures and practices; promotion; programming; enginee advanced broadcasting activities; direct program production; quality control independent study; on-site production experience; radio broadcasting Cinematography; Filming and Staging; Film Technology

51 Film Making and Production 1 52 Film Making and Production 2 61 Radio Production

film techniques; filmmaking projects; events filming; animation independent work; sound; special effects; hands-on experience; advanced filmm radio broadcast equipment operation; program production; FCC license study; s

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Television Production 1 Television Production 2 Television Production 3 Television Production 4 Cable Television

Television Occupations; Videotape Production;

vocational course; video and audio equipment operation; video tape developme production skills enhancement; regularly scheduled programming

cable television technology; broadcasting; cable installation

91 Radio/Television Production 1 92 Radio/Television Production 2 00 Communication Technologies, Other COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCES COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCES, GENERAL Computer Literacy; Computers, 11 Computer Appreciation Introduction Introduction to Internet and the World 12 Wide Web Computer Problem Solving; 21 Computer Mathematics 1 Mathematics and Computing 22 Computer Mathematics 2 31 Computer Applications Computer Sciences 1 Computer Applications, Independent Study Computer Sciences 2 Computer Sciences 3 IB Computer Science AP Computer Science A AP Computer Science AB

combined course in radio and television production techniques, including introd intermediate level combined course in radio and television production technique

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A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe the coding, proces high speed, and in accordance with strictly defined systems and procedures. A group of instructional programs that generally describe the coding, processing high speed, and in accordance with strictly defined systems and procedures.

survey course; non-technical presentations; social implications of computers; co

Internet overview; searching skills; Web site survey (portals, e-commerce, perso

simple calculators; flow charts; elementary programming; mathematical applicat history of calculating; desk calculators; programming languages; complex comp emphasis on developing useable software; team approach

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advanced independent work; computer science college level work; computer components

51 Artificial Intelligence 52 Multimedia Computer Applications Desktop Computer Application 61 Suites Computer and Information Sciences, 00 Other General 02 11 12 13 21 31 32 41 42 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING Computer Programming 1 Computer Programming 2 Computer Programming 3 FORTRAN, Introduction PASCAL, Introduction Advanced PASCAL BASIC, Introduction Advanced BASIC

defining thought; history, principles and state of the art of machine-generated th

PASCAL 1 Pascal 2 BASIC 1 BASIC 2

A group of instructional programs that describe the methods and procedures us operation in the solution of a problem. flow charts; algorithms; computer languages; machine operation; documentation advanced programming techniques; independent study; program origination; alg advanced computer programming study of FORTRAN computer programming; mathematics applications study of PASCAL computer programming study of BASIC computer programming

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COBOL, Introduction Advanced COBOL LOGO, Introduction RPG Programming, Introduction C Programming C++ Programming Computer Programming, Other DATA PROCESSING

COBOL 1 COBOL 2

study of COBOL computer programming

A group of instructional programs that describe computers and computer progra Data Processing Systems and Procedures; Computer Concepts; Data Processing; Electronic Data Processing; Data Systems 1 Data Processing 2 Data Processing, Internship

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11 Data Processing, Introduction 12 Data Processing, Intermediate 13 Data Processing, Advanced Computer Programming 21 Cooperative Education 00 Data Processing, Other INFORMATION SCIENCES AND SYSTEMS Information Sciences and Systems, 00 Other SYSTEMS ANALYSIS Systems Analysis, Other COMPUTER PROGRAMING AND WEBSITE DESIGN HTML Java, Java Script Web Site Design, Development

code fields; numeric and alphabetic sorting; keypunching; flowcharting; collating computer system components; computer operations; data management; data e existing program modification; advanced topics

A group of instructional programs that describe the methods for creating, organi

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A group of instructional programs that describe the principles and techniques in flowcharting, data organization, and the impact of the programs on organization

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A group of instructional programs in computer and information sciences not des

A summary of groups of instructional programs that prepare individuals to provid businesses and industries.

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to operate and manag study of cleaning procedures, methods and material

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to perform a variety o sports events officiating; game rules and procedures

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FUNERAL SERVICES 00 Funeral Services, Other PERSONAL SERVICES Esthetician; Creative Coiffure and Shaping and Conditioning Hair; Care of the Nails and Skin Wigology and the Professional Business of Cosmetology; Cosmetology, Advanced

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to perform sanitary an instruction in human physiology and anatomy, with particular emphasis on the c products; the procedures, techniques, and methods used in embalming and pre hazards and precautions; and the materials and techniques of applied cosmeto A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to render a variety of

11 Cosmetology

license preparation; hair care, styling, shaping, permanent waving; hair coloring

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12 Cosmetology 2 13 Cosmetology 3 Cosmetology - Cooperative 14 Education 2 Cosmetology - Cooperative 15 Education 2 21 Barbering 1 22 Barbering 2 23 Barbering 3 31 Personal Services Occupations 00 Personal Services, Other GENERAL SERVICES 11 General Services Occupations 1 12 General Services Occupations 2 13 General Services Occupations 3 14 General Services Occupations 4 Building and Grounds Maintenance 21 Occupations 1 Building and Grounds Maintenance 22 Occupations 2 Building and Grounds Maintenance 23 Occupations 3 31 Industrial Maintenance/Mechanics 1 32 Industrial Maintenance/Mechanics 2 CONSUMER, PERSONAL, AND MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES, OTHER Consumer, Personal, and 00 Miscellaneous Services, Other EDUCATION EDUCATION, GENERAL 00 Education, Other General

preparation for cosmetology state board examination; electrical facials hair care; facials; makeup

fundamental skills of cutting hair; anatomy and physiology basics; barbershop s skill development; sanitation; scalp treatments; shop management skill reinforcement; examination preparation; on-the-job training personal services; general career preparation, barbering; massage

overview of service occupations, including warehousing, laundry, building maint

introduction to combined areas of building and grounds maintenance

overview and introduction to the field and occupations therein

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A group of instructional programs in consumer, personal, and miscellaneous se

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BILINGUAL/BICULTURAL EDUCATION 00 Bilingual/Bicultural Education, Other CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION 00 Curriculum and Instruction, Other EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION 00 Education Administration, Other EDUCATIONAL MEDIA 00 Educational Media, Other EVALUATION AND RESEARCH 00 Evaluation and Research, Other INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE EDUCATION International and Comparative 00 Education, Other SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY 00 School Psychology, Other SOCIAL FOUNDATIONS 00 Social Foundations, Other SPECIAL EDUCATION 00 Special Education, Other STUDENT COUNSELING AND PERSONNEL SERVICES Student Counseling and Personnel 00 Services, Other TEACHER EDUCATION, GENERAL PROGRAMS Teacher Education, General 00 Programs, Other TEACHER EDUCATION, SPECIFIC SUBJECT AREAS Teacher Education, Specific Subject 00 Areas, Other TEACHING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE/FOREIGN LANGUAGE Teaching English as a Second Language/Foreign Language, Other EDUCATION, OTHER Education, Other ENGINEERING ENGINEERING, GENERAL Orientation to Engineering Pre-Engineering Engineering, Other General

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overview of math, science, and technical skills needed for pursuing careers in e

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AEROSPACE, AERONAUTICAL, AND ASTRONAUTICAL ENGINEERING Aerospace Materials Aerospace Engineering Design Aerospace, Aeronautical, and Astronautical Engineering, Other AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING Agricultural Engineering, Other ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING physical properties and behavior of materials

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11 Strength of Materials - Architectural 00 Architectural Engineering, Other BIOENGINEERING AND BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING Bioengineering and Biomedical 00 Engineering, Other CERAMIC ENGINEERING 00 Ceramic Engineering, Other CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 00 Chemical Engineering, Other CIVIL ENGINEERING 00 Civil Engineering, Other COMPUTER ENGINEERING 00 Computer Engineering, Other ELECTRICAL, ELECTRONICS, AND COMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING Electrical, Electronics and 00 Communications Engineering, Other ENGINEERING MECHANICS 00 Engineering Mechanics, Other ENGINEERING RELATED (formerly ENGINEERING PHYSICS) Instrumentation Physics 1 Instrumentation Physics 2 Instrumentation Physics 3 Instrumentation Physics 4 /Advanced Placement Engineering Related, Other ENGINEERING SCIENCE Engineering Science, Other ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH ENGINEERING

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principles of pneumatic, hydraulic, electronic, and mechanically operated device

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Environmental Health Engineering, 00 Other GEOLOGICAL ENGINEERING 00 Geological Engineering, Other GEOPHYSICAL ENGINEERING 00 Geophysical Engineering, Other INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 00 Industrial Engineering, Other MATERIALS ENGINEERING 00 Materials, Engineering, Other MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Strength of Materials, Mechanical 11 Technology 00 Mechanical Engineering, Other METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 11 Metallurgy/Powder Metal Basics 00 Metallurgical Engineering, Other MINING AND MINERAL ENGINEERING Mining and Mineral Engineering, 00 Other NAVAL ARCHITECTURE AND MARINE ENGINEERING Naval Architecture and Marine 00 Engineering, Other NUCLEAR ENGINEERING 00 Nuclear Engineering, Other OCEAN ENGINEERING 00 Ocean Engineering, Other

stress and strain analysis, both elastic and plastic, with emphasis on resistance beams and columns

properties, testing and inspection of basic metals

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PETROLEUM ENGINEERING 00 Petroleum Engineering, Other SURVEYING AND MAPPING SCIENCES 11 Cartography Surveying and Mapping Sciences, 00 Other SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 00 Systems Engineering, Other TEXTILE ENGINEERING 00 Textile Engineering, Other ENGINEERING, OTHER 00 Engineering, Other

Map Making

the art of map making; types of projections; topographic notation; history of map

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ENGINEERING AND ENGINEERING-RELATED TECHNOLOGIES ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGIES 11 Structural Engineering Technician 00 Architectural Technologies, Other

A summary of groups of instructional programs that prepare individuals to suppo knowledge related to the mathematical, scientific, or technical aspects of engine A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to support and assist related to the mathematical scientific or technical aspects of architecture and ar fundamentals of math, drafting and architectural problem-solving; job-oriented in and other technical aspects of constructing bridges, high-rise buildings, and oth

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CIVIL TECHNOLOGIES 11 Surveying 21 Civil Engineering Technician 00 Civil Technologies, Other ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGIES Audio Electronics Electrical Technology Electronic Technology 1 Electronic Technology 2 Electronics Fabrication Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technician Electrical and Electronic Technologies, Other ELECTROMECHANICAL INSTRUMENTATION AND MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGIES 11 Electromechanical Technology 1 12 Electromechanical Technology 2 21 Instrumentation Technology Computer-Assisted Design/Drafting 31 (CAD) Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies, 00 Other ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES 11 Environmental Control Technologies Environmental Control Technologies, 00 Other Robotics Technology

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to support and assist related to the mathematical, scientific, or technical aspects of civil engineering a property boundaries; surveying instruments; survey data display; applied mathe fundamentals of math, drafting and engineering problem solving; job-oriented in and mapping for road construction, residential subdivisions, shopping centers, d

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A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to support and assist development of lasers. Programs stress specialized; practical knowledge relate electronic engineering, and laser development. electronic amplification; radio waves; test equipment; installation and calibration testing of electrical circuits, devices, and systems; development of corrective an DC electronics; AC electronics; semi-conductor devices; basic electronic circuits solid-state electronics; micro-miniature circuitry communication devices; servicin design, assembly, and troubleshooting microcomputer interface circuits combined course in both electrical and electronic engineering technologies prep of equipment and specifications writing

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A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals either to support or as equipment. Programs stress specialized; practical knowledge related to the me engineering, biomedical engineering, computer science, and instrumentation de

design and development of electromechnical devices and systems; plant autom

design, development and repair of electrical, electronic, mechanical, pneumatic use of the computer in drafting and design

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A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to assist in controlling of industrial wastes. application of scientific principles to temperature and humidity control; design of and energy-conscious technological design

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INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGIES Industrial Research and 01 Development 11 Industrial Production Technology 1 12 Industrial Production Technology 2 21 Chemical Manufacturing Technology 31 Optics Technology Industrial Production Technologies, 00 Other QUALITY CONTROL AND SAC TECHNIQUES 11 Quality Control Technology Quality Control and Safety 00 Technologies, Other MECHANICAL AND RELATED TECHNOLOGIES 11 Automotive Design and Technology 21 Mechanical Engineering Technology Mechanical and Related 00 Technologies, Other MINING AND PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGIES 11 Mining Technology 21 Petroleum Technology Mining and Petroleum Technologies, 00 Other ENGINEERING AND ENGINEERING-RELATED TECHNOLOGIES, OTHER Engineering and Engineering00 Related Technologies, Other

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to supervise industria industry. Programs describe the mechanical, scientific, or technical aspects of a marine products, plastics, and textiles. Product Creation/Improvement Manufacturing Process Technology 1 Manufacturing Process Technology 2 industrial/production problem solving; applied creativity; inventions

production and planning of machinery and equipment; work flow; production cos

general and organic chemistry; material handling; extraction, distillation, evapor prisms and lenses; grinding, polishing, cementing; inspecting, testing, adjusting

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A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to support a variety o technical aspects of industrial production, occupational health, and quality contr testing; inspection; statistical sampling; quality control organization; technical re

08

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to support and assist mechanical, electrical and electronic, architectural, chemical, civil, mining, and p technical aspects of these engineering specialties. fundamentals of automotive design; use of the computer; principles of aerodyna introduction to careers and skills in engineering technology; slide rule applicatio solve engineering problems

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A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to support and assist knowledge related to the mechanical, scientific, or technical aspects of mining a mining processes; mining operations; mine waste disposal; reclaiming mined ar seismic testing; test wells; analyzing cores; charting oil fields; oil delivery

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A group of instructional programs in engineering and engineering-related techno

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FOREIGN LANGUAGES FOREIGN LANGUAGES, MULTIPLE EMPHASIS Foreign Language, Exploratory English as a Second Language 1 TESOL, Beginning English as a Second Language 2 TESOL, Intermediate English as a Second Language 3 TESOL, Advanced

A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe the structure and u geographical area, or cultural traditions; including such features as sounds, liter development of skills and attitudes used in communicating and evaluating thoug

A group of instructional programs that describe the language, literature, and cul language; culture; multiple groups basic English structure; limited vocabulary; English sounds; oral expression; Am study of English language skills; increase language control; cultural information; greater English language ability; reading; composition; vocabulary building; role

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English as a Second Language, 24 Skills Lab 25 Transitional English Foreign Languages, Multiple 00 Emphasis, Other AFRICAN (NON-SEMITIC) LANGUAGES 11 Swahili 1 12 Swahili 2 21 Amharic 1 (Ethiopian) 22 Amharic 2 (Ethiopian) African (Non-Semitic) Languages, 00 Other ASIATIC LANGUAGES Cantonese 1 Cantonese 2 Cantonese 3 Cantonese 4 Mandarin 1 Mandarin 2 Mandarin 3 Mandarin 4 Mandarin 5 Japanese 1 Japanese 2 Japanese 3 Japanese 4 Japanese 5 Foreign Language Contract, Japanese Hawaiian 1 Hawaiian 2 Hawaiian 3 Hawaiian 4 Hawaiian Language and Culture Korean 1 Korean 2 Korean 3 Korean 4

individualized instruction; non-native English speakers; skill building brush-up instruction to enable student to make the transition to regular English c

A group of instructional programs that describe the language, literature, and cul in this category. language, culture; vocabulary building; grammar and pronunciation language, culture; readings and conversational practice

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A group of instructional programs that describe the language, literature, and cul Japanese are included in this category. language, culture; vocabulary building; grammar and pronunciation language, culture; readings and conversational practice oral practice; conversational Cantonese; written reports language, culture; vocabulary building; grammar and pronunciation language, literature and culture; readings and conversational practice oral practice; conversational Mandarin; written reports language, literature and culture language, literature and culture language, culture, vocabulary building; grammar and pronunciation language, literature and culture; reading and conversational practice oral practice; conversational Japanese; written reports language, literature and culture language, literature and culture

Independent Study listening and pronunciation; vocabulary; simple writing exercises oral drills; sentence construction; immersion approach; memorization skill development; popular Hawaiian legends; cultural study class conducted in Hawaiian; complex conversations familiarization with Hawaiian language; nonrigorous approach; conversational e language, culture, vocabulary building; grammar and pronunciation language, literature and culture; reading and conversational practice oral practice; conversational Korean; written reports language, literature and culture

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language, literature and culture

A group of instructional programs that describe the language, literature and cult Byelorussian, Czech, Serbo-Croatian, and Ukrainian are included in this catego

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Ukrainian 1 Russian 1 Russian 2 Russian 3 Russian 4 Russian 5 Russian 6 Foreign Language Contract, Russian Czech 1 Czech 2 Czech 3 Polish 1 Polish 2 Polish 3 Polish 4 Finnish 1 Finnish 2 Finnish 3 Finnish 4 Balto-Slavic Languages, Other GERMANIC LANGUAGES Dutch 1 Dutch 2 Dutch 3 German 7 German 8 German 1 German 2 German 3 German 4 German

language, culture; vocabulary building; grammar and pronunciation study of Russian alphabet and pronunciation system; vocabulary; grammar; cul oral and written practice; readings and conversational practice; business and tra famous Russian authors; discussions in Russian; letter writing to Soviet busines reading and discussion of historical events; letters to businesses in the USSR reading and discussion; advanced Russian reading and discussion; advanced Russian Independent Study language, culture; vocabulary building; grammar and pronunciation language, literature and culture; readings and conversational practice oral practice; conversational Czech; written reports language, culture; vocabulary building; grammar and pronunciation language, literature and culture; readings and conversational practice oral practice; conversational Polish; written reports language, literature and culture

A group of instructional programs that describe the language, literature, and cul languages; languages such as German, Norwegian Swedish, Danish, and Yidd

German for Survival German 9 German 10; German 11 German 11 German 12

vocabulary; grammar; culture study; dialogues vocabulary; grammar; culture study; composition; dialogues vocabulary; grammar; culture study; dialogues vocabulary; grammar; culture study; composition and literature vocabulary; grammar; culture study, composition and literature; comparison of G literature, essays, conversation; culture study; vocabulary study for C.E.E.B. test; advanced composition; scientific German; grammar revi field-based experience contract for independent study language, culture; vocabulary building; grammar and pronunciation language, literature and culture; readings and conversational practice language, culture; vocabulary building; grammar, and punctuation language, literature and culture; reading and conversational practice oral practice; conversational Swedish; written reports language, literature and culture; reading and conversational practice

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German, Reading and Conference

Foreign Language Contract, German Independent Study Norwegian 1 Norse 1 Norwegian 2 Norse 2 Swedish 1 Swedish 2 Swedish 3 Yiddish 1 Yiddish 2

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Yiddish 3 IB German 4 IB German 5 AP German Language Germanic Languages, Other GREEK Modern Greek for Survival Modern Greek Modern Greek 2 Modern Greek 3 Modern Greek 4 Classical Greek 1 Classical Greek 2 Classical Greek 3 Classical Greek 4 Greek, Other

oral practice; conversational Yiddish; written reports

A group of instructional programs that describe the language, literature, and cul recognition of Greek alphabet; travel information, money exchange; phrase boo listening; speaking; reading; writing Greek

INDIC LANGUAGES 00 Indic Languages, Other IRANIAN LANGUAGES

A group of instructional programs that describe the language, literature, and cul languages; languages such as Hindi, Sanskrit, Urdu, Bengali, and Panjabi are in

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A group of instructional programs that describe the language, literature, and cul

00 Iranian Languages, Other 09 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 ITALIC LANGUAGES French 7 French 8 French 1 French 2 French 3 French 4 French 5

French 9 French 10 French 11 French 12 French Seminar; French Reading and Conference; French for Travelers

A group of instructional programs that describe the language, literature, and cul languages; languages such as French, Italian, Latin, Portuguese, and Spanish a basic vocabulary, grammar; culture study; reading; audio lingual approach vocabulary; grammar; culture study; drill vocabulary; grammar; culture study; dialogues vocabulary; grammar; culture study; French family life and customs vocabulary; grammar; culture study; composition and literature; conversations literature; written essays; conversation; culture, geography study; listening and study for C.E.E.B. test; reading of the classics

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French Field-Based Experience Foreign Language Contract, French French, Conversational Italian 7 Italian 8 Italian 1 Italian 2 Italian 3 Italian 4 Italian, Advanced Placement

Italian 9 Italian 10 Italian 11 Italian 12 Italian 5

field-based experience; French for use in travel Independent Study practical speaking of French basic vocabulary; grammar; culture study vocabulary; grammar; culture study vocabulary; grammar; culture study; dialogues; conversation vocabulary; grammar; culture study; composition and literature; Italian and Ame vocabulary; grammar; culture study; composition and literature; Italian opera; co literature; essays; conversation study for C.E.E.B. test

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Italian Field-Based Experience Foreign Language Contract, Italian Latin 1 Latin 9; Latin Graffiti for Anybody Latin 2 Latin 3 Latin 4 Latin 5 Foreign Language Contract, Latin Portuguese 1 Portuguese 2 Portuguese 3 Portuguese 4 Portuguese 5 Spanish 7 Spanish for Survival Spanish 8 Spanish 1 Spanish 9; Spanish, Beginning Spanish 2 Spanish 10 Spanish 3 Spanish 11; Spanish, Intermediate Spanish 4 Spanish 5 Spanish Field-Based Experience Spanish Seminar Foreign Language Contract, Spanish Unused Code Spanish for Travelers Spanish, Commercial Spanish, Job Related IB French Language IB French Literature IB Spanish 4 IB Spanish 5 AP Latin AP French Language AP French Literature AP Spanish Language AP Spanish Literature Italic Languages, Other NATIVE AMERICAN LANGUAGES Native American Languages, Other

field-based experience Independent Study classical Latin structure; prefixes, suffixes, root words; Virgil and Livy; legendary grammar and syntax; Caesar; culture; classics in the original; comparison of Ro study of Pliny, Cicero; Latin constructions and form; political, economic, social a literature; culture; Ovid, Catullus, Horace; Virgil's Aeneid biographies; discussion; written and oral reports Independent Study oral and written skills; culture; history grammar study, vocabulary, oral and written skills language practice; vocabulary; composition; literature literature; essays; conversation language, literature and culture basic vocabulary; grammar; culture study; travel information, money exchange; vocabulary; grammar; culture study; time, weather, greetings vocabulary; grammar; culture study; dialogues vocabulary; grammar; culture study; composition and literature; Mexico and Spa

vocabulary; grammar; culture study; composition and literature; South American literature; essays; conversation; verb system review; listening, reading, writing s study for C.E.E.B. test; in-depth study of 19th and 20th century authors; gramm field-based experience Independent Study information and conversation for a tourist of Spain or South America business and social letters in Spanish; banking forms

A group of instructional program that describe the language, literature, and cultu

SEMITIC LANGUAGES 11 Hebrew 1 12 Hebrew 2

A group of instructional programs that describe the language, literature, and cul conversational skills; art projects on Hebrew lettering conversation and culture

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Hebrew 3 Hebrew 4 Arabic 1 Arabic 2 Arabic 3 Arabic 4 Foreign Language Contract - Arabic Independent Study Semitic Languages, Other INDO-EUROPEAN LANGUAGES, OTHER Turkish 1 Turkish 2 Indo-European Languages, Other NON-ENGLISH LANGUAGES FOR NATIVE SPEAKERS Spanish for Native Speakers 1 Spanish for Native Speakers 2 Spanish for Native Speakers 3 Spanish for Native Speakers 4 Spanish for Native Speakers 5/Advanced Placement Portuguese for Native Speakers 1 Portuguese for Native Speakers 2 Portuguese for Native Speakers 3 Portuguese for Native Speakers 4 Italian for Native Speakers 1 Italian for Native Speakers 2 Italian for Native Speakers 3 Japanese for Native Speakers 1 Japanese for Native Speakers 2 Japanese for Native Speakers 3 Chinese for Native Speakers 1 Chinese for Native Speakers 2 Chinese for Native Speakers 3 French for Native Speakers 1 French for Native Speakers 2 French for Native Speakers 3 French for Native Speakers 4 Non-English Languages for Native Speaker, Other FOREIGN LANGUAGES, OTHER Foreign Languages, Other ALLIED HEALTH

study of Hebrew literature study of themes such as politics, sports, women in Israel

reading and writing of Spanish skills for Spanish speaking people; culture study

A group of instructional programs in foreign languages not described above.

A summary of groups of instructional programs that prepare individuals to assis and rehabilitative services to patients in health care facilities, the home, and the

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Dental Office Assisting

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to provide supportive instructing persons in the care of teeth and mouth, and producing dentures and dental assisting skills; cancer development; filling materials; equipment care; x-r dental assistant skill enhancement; terminal vocational program dental office work experience; dental assisting dental laboratory training; dentures; crowns and bridges; precious metals; oral a theory of occlusion of teeth; dental prosthesis; jaw relations and corrective proc

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A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to use equipment and rays and radioactive substances; prepare and administer radioisotopes; operate technical assistance before, during, and after an operation; or render medical em attacks, childbirth, poisons, burns, and shock.

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cardiopulmonary resuscitation; first aid; emergency care; simulated emergencie principles of operations and administration of electrocardiograms; patient vital s

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to carry out technical supervision of medical specialists. Includes instruction in the use of technical e medical laboratory skills; staining techniques; sterilization; blood bank; urinalysi on-site laboratory training; paid experience; medical laboratory skills laboratory chemistry; instrumental application; vocational approach sophisticated apparatus; advanced laboratory procedures; technician training

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to assist nursing and and physically handicapped. Includes instruction in new patterns of living and a home care assistance; elderly; convalescents; handicapped persons community health services; environmental health; infant care; communicable dis entry-level training in mental health assistance; theories of mental and emotiona

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to assist specialists in supply, medical records, and the admissions/discharge of patients.

health careers orientation; nursing arts; laboratory technology; allied health occu

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Health Occupations 2 Central Service Technician Medical Terminology Medical Records Secretary Medical Assisting Sports Medicine Veterinary Science

Health Occupations Training; Medical Careers Work Experience

Veterinary Aide

work experience; health fields; paid basis; clinical settings equipment decontamination, packing, sterilizing, storage and distribution of med complex medical terms; medical office procedures medical office statistics; medical information requests; records filing supervision physician assistant; medical office administration clinical duties; laboratory proc athletic injury; prevention techniques; physiology kinesiology veterinary assistance; animal production; animal health

81 Chemistry for Health Science Health Occupations, Independent 91 Study Health Occupations - Cooperative 92 Education 1 Health Occupations - Cooperative 93 Education 2 Miscellaneous Allied Health 00 Services, Other

Medicinal Chemistry; Nursing Chemistry

survey course; biochemistry; vitamins; practical applications health occupations training; advanced independent study

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NURSING-RELATED SERVICES 11 Student Assessment of Child Health Health Office 21 Nursing, Practical Nursing, Introduction Patient Care Technician; Nurse's 31 Nurse's Aide and Orderly Assistant 41 Nurse's Aide, Cooperative 51 Nurse's Mathematics 00 Nursing-Related Services, Other

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to work under the sup nursing care to patients in hospitals, sanitariums, clinics, private homes, or othe examination of patients, or performing auxiliary services.

guided assessment experience; vision screening; hearing tests; health careers clinical experience; license preparation; nursing principles; anatomy; physiology nursing assisting, nursing homes; patient care; safety procedures health oriented training; on the job experience; patient care applied math; metric measurements; drug solutions; hospital applications

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OPHTHALMIC SERVICES 11 Optical Services Assistant 00 Ophthalmic Services, Other

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to assist an ophthalm preliminary to examination or surgery, preparing and fitting eyeglasses or conta entry-level training to assist optometrist in vision examinations; care and use of

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REHABILITATION SERVICES 00 Rehabilitation Services, Other ALLIED HEALTH, OTHER 00 Allied Health, Other

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to work under the dire overcome or compensate for any loss of function and in restoring the individual' A group of instructional programs in allied health not described above.

f instructional programs that prepare individuals to apply scientific knowledge and methods, and technical skills in support of agribusiness and ncerned with the production and propagation of crops and animals, supplies and services, mechanics, products processing and marketing, and

programs that prepare individuals to apply the economic and business principles involved in the organization, operation, and management of farm ss.

ricultural businesses; management practices ng and records; economic principles; agricultural enterprise uction; financing; capital resources; farm enterprises ; optimum crop and animal production geographic locations business mathematics ords; software selection; equipment controls

business; business organization

business; business organization ependent projects

ness operation; individual study

programs that prepare individuals to select, operate, maintain, service, sell, and use agriculture/agribusiness power units, machinery, equipment, Includes instruction in agricultural power units; the planning and selection of materials for the construction of agricultural facilities; and the ssociated with irrigation, drainage, run-off, water conservation, and erosion control.

maintenance; maintenance of hand and power tools; arc welding business power equipment; methods of irrigation; land leveling; contouring udy; agribusiness equipment udy; agribusiness equipment struction of agricultural machinery

peration and repair; agricultural power units ection; construction of agricultural structures; environmental facilities construction

electrical power; automatic controls contours; terracing; strip cropping; irrigation equipment maintenance

areas; agricultural applications; mapping; layout of contours; ponds

programs that prepare individuals in planning and economically using facilities, land, water, machinery, chemicals, finance, and labor in the animal products. ction; farming production echnical information about agriculture

tion of agricultural products

d basic veterinary science; selection, breeding, nutrition, health, housing, feeding, marketing; animal physiology and diseases

pecialty crops; harvesting; production facilities operation

programs that prepare individuals to process food and nonfood products and to inspect those products preparatory to marketing. Includes instruction nd properties of agricultural products and of agriculture-related processing techniques and skills including quality control and mechanical operations ading, inspecting, packaging, storing, and marketing.

iry, poultry and produce for market, as well as aspects of quality control and marketing

programs that prepare individuals to sell supplies for agricultural production; provide agricultural services; and purchase, grade, store, market, and oducts. Includes instruction in animal breeding, horseshoeing, small animal services, and animal hospital care services. eeds; fertilizers; machinery; seeds; herbicides; pesticides; fungicides g small animals

programs that prepare individuals to produce, process, and market plants, shrubs, and trees used principally for ornamental, recreational, and to establish, maintain, and manage horticultural enterprises like arboriculture, floriculture, greenhouse operation and management, landscaping, management, and turf management. Includes instruction in machinery and equipment necessary for each horticultural enterprise. garden centers; turf growth and care; diseases; chemicals; pesticides; fungicides; insecticides e; turf management and gardening; greenhouse operation

; lawn and turf maintenance; pest and disease control; plant identification; landscape planning and construction

common styles of landscaping; practice in drawing techniques and design theory icial environments for plants; commercial production

scaping with plants; study of soils, insects, diseases, weeds, and agricultural chemicals

culture operation and maintenance

vers; growth and maintenance mmercial vegetable production; harvesting; processing; marketing; storage

programs that prepares individuals to apply the social, biological, and agricultural sciences, and technologies as they relate to food production and wide scale.

programs in agribusiness and agricultural production not described above.

f instructional programs that describe the production, processing, and distribution of food and fiber.

programs that generally describes the production, processing and distribution of food and fiber.

distribution; food and fiber equipment; agricultural mechanics equipment; agricultural mechanics, level 2 equipment; agricultural mechanics, level 3

equipment; agricultural mechanics, level 4; placement in agriculture occupations

programs that describe the theories, principles, and applications of appropriate technical skills that apply to the production and management of ducts. es; parasites; farming experience es; parasites; enterprise specialization ement of livestock; feeding; management; disease control ement of livestock ement of poultry ement; milk animals; dairy products additives; food production; fiber production ement of horses ols; operation and maintenance of a forge; leg and hoof anatomy

ement of fish; pond construction programs that describe the principles and practices involved in converting agricultural products to forms suitable for direct human consumption, or for

programs that describe the theories and principles of science and practice involved in the production and management of plants for food feed, fiber,

uck crops; seed production; pest control; ornamental horticulture; marketing

; landscape workers; greenhouse and nursery workers; hand tool and equipment maintenance and repair; sprinkler system installation; ornamental

house and nursery preparation; equipment operation; plant science tion of plant and floral products; grounds, nursery, and greenhouse maintenance; equipment handling

programs that describe the physical, chemical, and biological sciences and basic principles which relate to the determination of soil properties and management for crop production or other purposes. cticides, fertilizers; types of soils; soil preparation; soil testing; soil evaluation principles; nature and properties of soils

programs in agricultural sciences not described above.

f instructional programs that prepare individuals for activities involving the conservation and/or improvement of natural resources such as air, soil ildlife for economic and recreational purposes. programs that generally prepares individuals for activities involving the conservation and/or improvement of natural resources such as air, soil, water, or economic and recreational purposes.

programs that prepare individuals to engage in activities concerned with the preservation, protection, and regulation of renewable natural resources. ildlife; recreation areas ction of natural resources; balancing the demands of multiple use; crisis responses; federal regulations

programs that prepare individuals to engage in fishing for commercial purposes and to manage fish resources to optimize production. sting techniques; boating skills; marine mechanics; equipment repair and construction; marketing

programs that prepare individuals to produce, protect, and manage timber and specialty forest crops; maintain, operate and repair related equipment t and transport trees as a crop and select, grade, and market forest raw materials for converting into a variety of consumer goods, and to utilize the oses such as game preserves and recreation.

arvesting; marketing of forest products; management y of products of the forest

programs that prepares individuals in the principles and practices used in the production and improvement of wildlife resources for aesthetic, onal uses of public and private lands. n and improvement of wildlife resources nd recreational uses; public and private lands

ne management with opportunity to focus on areas including hatchery management, marine biology, marine construction, marine engineering, marine y, navigation, seamanship, water chemistry and water microbiology

l programs in renewable natural resources not described above.

f instructional programs that describe the methods to create, adapt, alter, preserve, and control man's physical and social surroundings.

programs that generally describe the methods to create, adapt, alter, preserve, and control man's physical and social surroundings.

programs that describes the processes that promote the use of aesthetic patterns, forms, and structures for human purposes in harmony with the

architectural styles; forms in architecture; blueprint reading; basic drafting skills d drafting; floor plans; drawing elevations; foundations; mechanical plans itectural construction, styles, terminology; area planning

programs that describe the application of the planning process to the development of environmental program designed to deal with urban, regional, ly distinct areas.

programs that describe the processes, procedures, observations, and techniques essential to the development of designs for interior and exterior

programs that describe the processes, procedures, observations, and techniques essential to the development of designs for interior environments. furniture styles; interior environments; architectural concerns

programs that describe the design processes as applied to manmade structures and objects and animate and inanimate natural materials in the ect of furthering human purposes and synthesizing knowledge of functional relationships, human behavior, ecology, and land form, construction tic sensitivity.

programs that describe the systematic process of creating and modifying the physical elements which constitute a city; synthesizing function, chnology, and social, psychological, and economic well- being.

programs in architecture and environmental design not described above.

f instructional programs that describe the history, society, politics, culture, and economics of either a particular geographic region or a particular n sharing common racial characteristics or common traits and customs. programs that describe the history, society, politics, culture, and economics of a particular geographic region. al, and cultural history; Africa, Latin America, China, Japan, Russia, India South Pacific, Europe ulture; domestic and international politics; print media resources; practical economic issues

al, cultural and economic history; current events

n problems; social, political, and economic changes; achievements and failures; social awareness development ure, politics and economy l history; folklore; current events ivil War; plantations; slave system; cotton culture

oads and cowboys; philosophical and cultural contributions tural history; Anazasi and Pueblo cultures; Spanish influences; current issues d Canadian political, geographic and economic interdependence; resources and culture

Canada, and Mexico; interdependence; economic, political, and physical aspects; news analysis and reporting sical, and cultural differences; international trade issues

merican roots; colonization; current economic, political and social problems

n-western culture; Egypt, Greece, Rome, American Indian, Medieval Europe; Africa, Latin America, Orient, Polynesia; religion and cultural

development; Renaissance through the 20th century; history, science, industry and culture n-western history; modern world development; international, economic, political and social 20th century issues ure study; geography, economics, political science, history and humanities ment of European history; Western philosophies; America's European inheritance

n times; world impact; cross-nation comparison; news analysis

ing Western thought and civilization; America's European inheritance

orld nation development; People's Republic of China; traditional cultures; current news ations; colonization; independence struggles; racial issues nd governments; multiple nation arrangements economics; culture; political science; current events economics; culture; political science; current events economics; culture; political science; current events

present world status; China, Japan, Korea, and India , and economic institutions; cultural, political and social changes; geographic background dards; world influence; physical, economic, and political features e relations; cultural conflicts; United States relations ial, political, and economic issues nd Israel; historic relationship; international impact

lution; Soviet Union; modern technology; satellites; communism China; 19th and 20th century Russia; political, economic, social, and historical aspects

America, Africa, and Middle East; political, religious, educational, and daily living components cal, social, and economic conditions; communist system ; forgotten nations; historical and cultural survey

ependence; food energy, environment, and human rights; US role in world relations he Pacific Ocean - geography, natural resources, people, cultures, trade patterns, political relations with neighbors and present, political, social and economic factors, relations with the US and UK and other countries

programs that describe the history, society, politics, culture, and economics of subsets of the population sharing common racial characteristics or oms.

or patterns; cultural identity; cultural equality story; various field and literature research strategies

Afro American; political development; arts; social change; national and local heritage study and problems; American Black culture native American cultures; history and present life style contributions, ancient to modern times; American Jewish culture he Chicano; contemporary social issues; occupational problems people and culture; origins; ancient cultural groups ding emphasis; Hawaiian culture and student ethnic identities; social skill development; foreign student assistance

programs in area and ethnic studies not described above.

f instructional programs that describe the processes of purchasing, selling, producing and interchanging of goods, commodities and services in profit public and private institutions and agencies.

programs that generally describe the processes of purchasing selling, producing, and interchanging of goods, commodities, and services in profit public and private institutions and agencies.

mer purchasing; credit; business vocabulary; business practices egotiable instruments; debtor creditor relationship; insurance; consumer rights ment studies; independent projects agement experiences; on the job education with related classroom instruction

programs that describe the principles, procedures, and theories of organizing, maintaining, and auditing business and financial transactions.

both of these fields and training in introductory related skills

programs that describe the financial management of industrial and commercial enterprises; of commercial, savings, and mortgage banking; and of d portfolio selection. ; credit unions; savings banks; consumer finance; career opportunities finance, fixed mortgages, adjustable rate mortgages, financing packages for real estate development, primary and secondary market, lending uyers

inance and lending, buyer credit qualifications, interest rates, full disclosure of consumer credit histories, laws and regulations governing lending

programs that describe the planning, organizing, and controlling of a business, including organizational and human aspects, with emphasis on nagement, the knowledge and understanding necessary for managing people and functions, and decision making.

nnel selection; leadership abilities; speech preparation; personal development; community service

programs that describe principles and methods for organizing a business firm and for combining resources to produce goods and services, taking s, and the nature and extent of competition in markets. onomic system; costs; market competition programs that describe the principles, methods, and techniques that are used to assess and meet the training and career development needs of

programs that describe the nature and application of management methods and techniques related to hotels and motels. sales; housekeeping urist industry; front office operations; maintenance

programs that describe risk analysis and personal and business insurance and their applications to life, disability, property, liability, and fiduciary trust g. edical insurance; general insurance coverage; career opportunities

programs that describe the securities market, investment concepts, and the effects of economic business cycles on investments. Includes of stocks, mutual funds, bonds, unlisted and listed securities, and yield changes as they affect long-term holdings.

programs that describe the securities market, investments concepts, and the effects of economic business cycles on investments. Includes of stocks, mutual funds, bonds, unlisted and listed securities, and yield changes as they affect long-term holdings. s and bonds; income tax laws security analysis

programs that describe the history and development of the labor movement, including the analysis and interpretation of Federal and State legislation, negotiation, conciliation, arbitration, and grievance procedures.

programs that describe computer-based information systems that deal with business data and are generally characterized by logical patterns of the point of original data gathering to completion of necessary reports and retrieval displays.

programs that describe the application of mathematical and analytical techniques such as modeling, programming, forecasting, and analysis in the , monitoring, and control of organizational processes and operations to determine their purpose and effectiveness, and means for attaining maximum

programs that describe the principles, practices, and concepts involved in the performance of business activities which direct the transfer of goods ervices from producer to consumer. Includes instruction in marketing functions and institutions; activities dealing with effecting change in ownership ds and services; and the study of applied economics relating to the creation of time, place, and possession utility.

thods; management techniques; customer psychology; business economics; marketing channels

programs that describe the behavior and motivations of individuals functioning in groups, the influence of styles of leadership that may be used by ans of intervention that may be used to improve interpersonal relations and team behavior.

programs that describe the methods, principles, procedures, and understandings necessary to manage and administer programs that are directed to g conditions of employees in a business or other organization.

programs that describe the theories and techniques of buying, selling, appraising, renting, managing, and leasing of real property. iques; appraising, renting, managing, and leasing of real property

programs that describe managerial functions and ownership principles involved in operating a small business. ons; management functions; ownership principles

programs that describes principles, procedures, and regulations applicable to the maintenance of records and the preparation and filing of income als, partnerships, corporations, and other types of organizations.

programs that describe supervising and managing personnel engaged in construction, mechanical repair, manufacturing, transportation, or material

programs in business and management not described above.

f instructional programs that prepare individuals for a variety of activities in planning, organizing, directing, and controlling all business office systems des instruction in preparing, transcribing, systematizing, and preserving written communications and records; preparing and analyzing financial ounts and receiving and disbursing money; gathering, processing and distributing information and mail; operating office machines and electronic data storing, distributing, and accounting for inventories of materials; operating telephone switchboards and delivering messages; and performing other

programs that prepare individuals to systematize information about transactions and activities into accounts and quantitative records, verify accuracy iting principles, prepare budgets and financial reports, operate bookkeeping machines, and pay and receive money. asic accounting elements; bookkeeping principles ncial management; corporate bookkeeping; advanced theory; partnership bookkeeping; cost accounting

unting cycle; depreciation; accruals; accounting theory; debit and credit; computerized accounting and spreadsheet

business ownership; simulations; managerial accounting; partnership and corporate accounting; cost accounting; advanced computerized accounting

g; executive training ounting cycles; financial reporting cy; accounting; partnerships; corporations; combined course

dures; financial transactions; petty cash; purchase cycle; small businesses; customer billing and sales systems; computerized recordkeeping

ordkeeping; journalizing; financial statements; payroll; advanced computerized recordkeeping skills, simple business records; personal finance

dding machines; electronic calculators; computational machines; transcription equipment; reprographic equipment machine operation; communications and transcription machines; simulation of office systems and procedures

ayroll; taxes; investments; discounts; commissions

s; basic computational skill

programs that prepare individuals to perform financial or banking services. Includes instruction in credit collection, transit routing of notes and drafts, ut money, and functions associated with processing loans and insurance claims. ory skills in banking and related financial industry areas ining; field experience unting notes; stocks; bonds insurance; basic computation ting; proof equipment operation

programs that prepare individuals to analyze and design data processing system configurations; write, test, monitor, debug, and maintain data and operate computers and peripheral and data entry equipment. s applications of computers; data processing principles; symbolic language pplications; calculator operations; unit recording equipment; general data processing concepts; accounting systems business computer languages computer operations; accounting systems mputer applications in business; programming to solve business problems; using spreadsheets and database programs; advanced applications of ase programs

grams; typical business problems; additional programming languages; advanced applications of spreadsheet and database programs unit record equipment; coding disc equipment

keyboarding using touch method eration

programs that prepare individuals to supervise employees; budget, analyze, and coordinate clerical and other office activities; evaluate, organize, erations and procedures to establish uniformity in handling correspondence, records and other materials; design various layouts to facilitate maximum cy; evaluate employee records; and coordinate activities of clerical department and workers. randa; business messages; handwriting; telephone usage randa; business messages; skills enhancement

programs that prepare individuals to undertake organizational and facilitating functions associated with personnel administration.

programs that prepare individuals to record and transcribe communications and to provide administrative support.

hand fluency; new matter dictation; secretarial skills; introduction to transcription; text editing

rthand technique; stenographer training; skill enhancement; transcription production; text editing

g; rapid writing

s; transcribing typist training; business documents

; records management; human relations; general office workflow; advanced typewriting; etiquette; information processing; text editing nd transcription skills; payroll; receptionist duties; personal employability skills; reprographics ment; memory typewriters; integrated typing projects; transcription and communication skills

processing equipment; word processing center environment

nting; camera-ready copy al terminology; legal documents rt reporting; legal and technical terms; English for court reporters; recordkeeping for court reporters; anatomy and medical terminology; jurisprudence;

edical transcriptionist; insurance forms; patient assistance ducing both legal and medical office procedures

programs that prepare individuals to record, duplicate, and retrieve data, including classifying, sorting and filing correspondence, records, and other on in shipping and receiving procedures, stock and inventory maintenance, and operation of office machines.

speed building; interoffice correspondence; stroking techniques; manuscripts; letters nal typewriting; interoffice correspondence; typewriting production applications

pewriting; business communications; efficient work habits; multiple copies s; reports; footnotes; personal use

hines; duplicating machines; job preparedness; office skills improvement; office machine operation; office systems; automated office procedures

rk; cashier; receptionist; improved business skills; office systems

model office; typing simulations; office etiquette; actual work flow

ated classroom instruction; office employment; working world orientation; business settings ng; office employment; paid experience with related classroom instruction

programs in business and office not described above.

of instructional programs that prepare individuals for occupations directed toward and incident to the flow of industrial and consumer goods in e provision of services to consumers or users. These programs are concerned with marketing, sales, distribution, merchandising, and management, d management of enterprises engaged in marketing. Instructional programs prepare individuals to perform one or more of the marketing functions, pricing, promoting, financing, transporting, storing, market research, and marketing management. In addition, instructional programs include varying knowledge of products or services marketed, related communication and computation skills, and abilities and attitudes associated with human enterprise. programs that prepare individuals to perform marketing functions and tasks in retail establishments, wholesale establishments, and manufacturing d in the marketing of clothing and related articles for personal wear and adornment. career opportunities; fashion shows; merchandising principles gazine illustration; newspaper illustration

programs that prepare individuals to perform marketing functions and tasks in two types of enterprises: those primarily engaged in providing services or contract basis (such as advertising agencies, publishing and broadcasting companies, display services, marketing research and consulting firms, lding maintenance firms, and employment agencies), and those providing services to consumers (such as photography studios, barber and beauty neral homes, home maintenance firms, pet care centers, and rental businesses other than vehicle). These programs place emphasis on the olved in such enterprises and not on the development of manual or procedural skills that are required to perform a particular service or task. Includes individuals to perform advertising and merchandise display functions as part of the operation of any enterprise.

programs that prepare individuals to perform marketing and management functions and tasks associated with owning and operating a business. ncing; marketing; management rprise system; small business operation; management skill development

programs that prepare individuals to perform marketing functions and tasks in financial institutions such as commercial banks, savings and loan encies, credit unions, consumer-finance companies, collection agencies, security and commodity brokerages, and credit departments of business

programs that prepare individuals to perform marketing functions and tasks in retail, wholesale, and manufacturing establishments; and with growers cut flowers, floral arrangements, artificial flowers and plants, garden supplies, equipment, and related items; and seed, fertilizers, and other supplies

ail florist shop; garden center operations; wedding preparations

l programs that prepare individuals to perform marketing functions and tasks in retail and wholesale establishments, and in food processing and at deal primarily with food and beverage products

an relations; checkout management; store accounting; merchandising; scan operations; store maintenance; storeroom and backstock; ordering and at, dairy, frozen food departments

programs that prepare individuals to perform marketing and management functions and tasks that can be applied broadly in any marketing s, practices, and procedures are taught without particular identification with a specific kind of enterprise, product, or service. Persons enrolled, either loyment experience may have already acquired extensive knowledge of a trade, product, or service area. Others may desire marketing skills for prise or subsequent specialized training in marketing. The focus for these instructional programs may be on institutions of marketing, on specific on unique kinds of marketing activity.

ocation; display; merchandising; product information

marketing process control; specialized marketing; distribution economics; pricing merchandise relations; service technology leadership skills

tail store employment; marketing competencies

aining; leadership development; distribution economics; advanced sale epth studies; sales promotion techniques; sales personality; sales personnel ; selling; stockkeeping; sales promotion e; scale use; shoplifting prevention; customer relations

nts; business sales; factory sales; warehouse operations

aining; independent work

phone service representative; human relations; fielding customer inquiries and complaints; marketing telephone services; billing and collection phone directory assistant; computerized directory procedures; telephone etiquette; human relations

programs that prepare individuals to perform marketing functions and tasks in retail establishments, wholesale establishments and manufacturing ware and building material products and equipment primarily used for furnishing and maintaining the home; or products, equipment, and supplies ate business office operations. ining; introduction to computers and software; computer applications, time management; computer store management

programs that prepare individuals to perform marketing and management functions and tasks in any business enterprise primarily engaged in people to make productive or enjoyable use of leisure time. The hospitality industry includes lodging services and related convention services, and vices. Recreation includes products and services related to entertainment, sports, hobbies, and cultural activities. pitality industry including hotels, motels, restaurants, convention services, food and beverage

ervices; human relations; customer concerns; organizing and managing events (banquets, conferences, sports events); recordkeeping; advertising

programs that prepare individuals to perform marketing functions and tasks related to the sale and placement of insurance contracts with carriers.

programs that prepare individuals to perform marketing and management functions and tasks in enterprises engaged in passenger and freight ervices, warehousing, and other services incidental to transportation, storage, travel, or tourism. nformation; agency management entertainment park service provision; meeting the public; crisis management; special needs groups; tour groups; special events - on site experience

programs that prepare individuals to perform marketing and management functions and tasks in retail or wholesale establishments engaged in the m products, or in retail, wholesale, manufacturing and service establishments engaged in the marketing of cars, vans, trucks, mobile units, boats, cles, tractors, and other farm vehicles and implements, as well as related parts, accessories, equipment, and services.

ment; service station operations; auto maintenance

programs in marketing and distribution not described above.

f instructional programs that describe the creation, transmission, and evaluation of messages. rograms that generally describe the creation, transmission, and evaluation of messages.

munication theory; critical skill development; major media components; media history; communications psychology

unication vary from culture to culture; problems that can arise in intercultural communication; ways of bridging cross-cultural communication gaps programs that describe the creation, execution, transmission, and evaluation of commercial messages concerned with the promotion and sale of

a selection; package design; layout; marketing strategies

l programs that describe the research methods and techniques by which the creation, transmission, and evaluation of messages can be facilitated.

al programs that describe the principles and methods of gathering, processing, evaluating, and disseminating through mass media, information about es.

spaper production; news information gathering; proofreading; journalistic writing

work; laboratory course; layout; in-depth editing; publishing finance

agement; advanced journalism anced journalism iques; literary magazine publishing ; format; layout; photographs; yearbook design nancial management; yearbook publication

programs that describe the methods and techniques by which the public can be induced to have understanding for and goodwill towards a person,

programs that describe the methods and techniques by which radio and television news programs are produced and broadcasted. e and diction

n course including overview of both radio and television broadcasting and careers in those fields

programs that describe the methods and techniques used to produce and broadcast programs on radio and television. cast history; terminology; advertising; production fundamentals g; program analysis; television viewing habits; radio broadcast criticism

secret characters, special encoded languages (Morse Code), special techniques for breaking codes, and history of cryptography programs in communications not described above.

f instructional programs that prepare individuals to support and assist communication professionals and skilled communication workers. Programs ctical knowledge related to the mechanical, scientific or technical aspects of communications. programs that prepare individuals to support and assist communication professionals and skilled communication workers. Programs stress nowledge related to the mechanical, scientific, or technical aspects of communications. nications careers; communication skills; development; visual communications; print communications

otape production; video programs production; multimedia technology; AV department assistance hy; film processing; enlarging; advertising applications; color printing

essional photography cedures and practices; promotion; programming; engineering activities; direct program production; quality control site production experience; radio broadcasting

king projects; events filming; animation nd; special effects; hands-on experience; advanced filmmaking ment operation; program production; FCC license study; scripting; music selection

o and audio equipment operation; video tape development; set design; script writing; lighting, production process and procedures cement; regularly scheduled programming

ogy; broadcasting; cable installation

dio and television production techniques, including introduction to audio and visual recording equipment; program developing; mixing and editing bined course in radio and television production techniques

f instructional programs that describe the coding, processing, and storage of data through repetitious and highly complex mathematical operations at ordance with strictly defined systems and procedures. programs that generally describe the coding, processing, and storage of data through repetitious and highly complex mathematical operations at ordance with strictly defined systems and procedures.

hnical presentations; social implications of computers; computer familiarization

ching skills; Web site survey (portals, e-commerce, personal); history of the Web

charts; elementary programming; mathematical applications esk calculators; programming languages; complex computer procedures g useable software; team approach

work; computer science puter components

y, principles and state of the art of machine-generated thought; future generations of computers; limits of potential; programming computers to think

programs that describe the methods and procedures used in flow charting and writing instructions in computer language for the direction of computer n of a problem. computer languages; machine operation; documentation g techniques; independent study; program origination; algorithms ogramming mputer programming; mathematics applications puter programming

er programming

uter programming

programs that describe computers and computer programming.

d alphabetic sorting; keypunching; flowcharting; collating onents; computer operations; data management; data entry operator cation; advanced topics

programs that describe the methods for creating, organizing, storing, and accessing organized files of information.

programs that describe the principles and techniques involved in the design of large-scale computer programs. Includes instruction in modeling, nization, and the impact of the programs on organizational objectives.

programs in computer and information sciences not described above.

f instructional programs that prepare individuals to provide a variety of services to individual consumers as well as to organizations such as ies.

programs that prepare individuals to operate and manage dry cleaning and laundering plants. dures, methods and material

programs that prepare individuals to perform a variety of services related to the sale of food, beverages, and entertainment. g; game rules and procedures

programs that prepare individuals to perform sanitary and embalming preparations for interment, in conformity with legal requirements. Includes ysiology and anatomy, with particular emphasis on the circulatory system; the underlying chemistry and application of embalming compounds and es, techniques, and methods used in embalming and preparation for interment with special emphasis on sanitation and on potential pathological ns; and the materials and techniques of applied cosmetology used in preparation for interment. programs that prepare individuals to render a variety of personal services.

r care, styling, shaping, permanent waving; hair coloring; facials, makeup

ology state board examination; electrical facials up

utting hair; anatomy and physiology basics; barbershop simulation ation; scalp treatments; shop management mination preparation; on-the-job training eral career preparation, barbering; massage

upations, including warehousing, laundry, building maintenance, grounds maintenance; exploratory entry-level job skills

d areas of building and grounds maintenance

on to the field and occupations therein

programs in consumer, personal, and miscellaneous services not described above.

nce, and technical skills needed for pursuing careers in engineering

behavior of materials

, hydraulic, electronic, and mechanically operated devices

sis, both elastic and plastic, with emphasis on resistance and equilibrium of force systems, elastic analysis of axially loaded members, connectors,

inspection of basic metals

types of projections; topographic notation; history of mapping techniques; translating satellite photography into maps

f instructional programs that prepare individuals to support and assist engineers and other professionals. Programs stress specialized practical e mathematical, scientific, or technical aspects of engineering and related sciences. l programs that prepare individuals to support and assist architects and architectural engineers. Programs stress specialized, practical knowledge tical scientific or technical aspects of architecture and architectural engineering. drafting and architectural problem-solving; job-oriented instruction in design-drafting, structural stability, strength of materials, structural components ects of constructing bridges, high-rise buildings, and other structures

programs that prepare individuals to support and assist civil engineers and urban planners. Programs stress specialized, practical knowledge tical, scientific, or technical aspects of civil engineering and urban planning. urveying instruments; survey data display; applied mathematics; use of drafting equipment drafting and engineering problem solving; job-oriented instruction including design-drafting, surveying, computations; materials inspection, modeling onstruction, residential subdivisions, shopping centers, dams, airports, and other large projects

programs that prepare individuals to support and assist electrical and electronic engineers, and other engineers and scientists concerned with the Programs stress specialized; practical knowledge related to the mechanical, mathematical, scientific, or technical aspects of electrical engineering, and laser development. ; radio waves; test equipment; installation and calibration of antennas; transmitting equipment uits, devices, and systems; development of corrective and preventive maintenance techniques ctronics; semi-conductor devices; basic electronic circuits; testing and installation of components micro-miniature circuitry communication devices; servicing and building units from components troubleshooting microcomputer interface circuits h electrical and electronic engineering technologies preparing students to design and draft electrical and electronic circuitry, development and testing fications writing

programs that prepare individuals either to support or assist mechanical and electrical engineers, or to install and service electromechanical stress specialized; practical knowledge related to the mechanical, mathematical, scientific, or technical aspects of mechanical and electrical l engineering, computer science, and instrumentation design.

nt of electromechnical devices and systems; plant automation; automation control devices and systems; servomechanisms; robotics

nd repair of electrical, electronic, mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic instruments

drafting and design

programs that prepare individuals to assist in controlling either the internal temperature of commercial and industrial buildings, or the levels of toxicity

principles to temperature and humidity control; design of heating and cooling systems; pollution and corrosion control; alternative energy applications echnological design

programs that prepare individuals to supervise industrial processes or to support engineers, scientists, and other professionals who are employed by scribe the mechanical, scientific, or technical aspects of a variety of industries, including chemical manufacturing, food processing, forest products, cs, and textiles.

oblem solving; applied creativity; inventions

g of machinery and equipment; work flow; production cost analysis

emistry; material handling; extraction, distillation, evaporating, drying; heat transfer in chemicals ding, polishing, cementing; inspecting, testing, adjusting

l programs that prepare individuals to support a variety of engineers and industrial managers. Programs describe the mechanical, scientific, or dustrial production, occupational health, and quality control. istical sampling; quality control organization; technical report preparation

programs that prepare individuals to support and assist a variety of engineering professionals, including aeronautical, agricultural, automotive, and electronic, architectural, chemical, civil, mining, and petroleum engineers. Programs describe the mathematical, mechanical, scientific, and ese engineering specialties. otive design; use of the computer; principles of aerodynamics; fuel efficiency and skills in engineering technology; slide rule application to problem solving; programming digital computers using BASIC; developing programs to ems

programs that prepare individuals to support and assist mining and petroleum engineers and managers. Programs stress specialized, practical e mechanical, scientific, or technical aspects of mining and petroleum engineering. ng operations; mine waste disposal; reclaiming mined areas; mine output analysis lls; analyzing cores; charting oil fields; oil delivery

programs in engineering and engineering-related technologies not described above.

f instructional programs that describe the structure and use of language common or indigenous to people of the same community or nation, the same ultural traditions; including such features as sounds, literature, syntax, phonology, morphology, semantics, sentences, prose and verse, as well as nd attitudes used in communicating and evaluating thoughts and feelings through oral and written language.

programs that describe the language, literature, and culture of more than one specific group of people. ple groups limited vocabulary; English sounds; oral expression; American student life ge skills; increase language control; cultural information; composition skills ge ability; reading; composition; vocabulary building; role playing; American culture

n; non-native English speakers; skill building enable student to make the transition to regular English classes

programs that describe the language, literature, and culture of non-Semitic African people; languages such as Ibo, Swahili, and Yoruba are included

bulary building; grammar and pronunciation ings and conversational practice

programs that describe the language, literature, and culture of Asiatic peoples; languages such as Cantonese, Mandarin, Korean, Malay, and in this category. bulary building; grammar and pronunciation ings and conversational practice ional Cantonese; written reports

bulary building; grammar and pronunciation d culture; readings and conversational practice ional Mandarin; written reports d culture d culture bulary building; grammar and pronunciation d culture; reading and conversational practice ional Japanese; written reports d culture d culture

tion; vocabulary; simple writing exercises nstruction; immersion approach; memorization ular Hawaiian legends; cultural study waiian; complex conversations waiian language; nonrigorous approach; conversational emphasis; cultural studies bulary building; grammar and pronunciation d culture; reading and conversational practice ional Korean; written reports d culture

d culture

programs that describe the language, literature and culture of Baltic and Slavic people; languages such as Latvian, Lithuanian, Russian, Polish, erbo-Croatian, and Ukrainian are included in this category.

bulary building; grammar and pronunciation bet and pronunciation system; vocabulary; grammar; culture; reading e; readings and conversational practice; business and trade journals s; discussions in Russian; letter writing to Soviet businesses; reports written in Russian of historical events; letters to businesses in the USSR ; advanced Russian ; advanced Russian

bulary building; grammar and pronunciation d culture; readings and conversational practice ional Czech; written reports bulary building; grammar and pronunciation d culture; readings and conversational practice ional Polish; written reports d culture

programs that describe the language, literature, and culture of people whose native language belongs to the Germanic branch of Indo-European such as German, Norwegian Swedish, Danish, and Yiddish are included in this category.

culture study; dialogues culture study; composition; dialogues culture study; dialogues culture study; composition and literature culture study, composition and literature; comparison of German and American life styles; current affairs discussion ersation; culture study; vocabulary advanced composition; scientific German; grammar review

nt study bulary building; grammar and pronunciation d culture; readings and conversational practice bulary building; grammar, and punctuation

d culture; reading and conversational practice ional Swedish; written reports

d culture; reading and conversational practice

ional Yiddish; written reports

programs that describe the language, literature, and culture of Greek-speaking peoples. phabet; travel information, money exchange; phrase books ding; writing Greek

programs that describe the language, literature, and culture of people whose native language belongs to the Indic branch of Indo-European such as Hindi, Sanskrit, Urdu, Bengali, and Panjabi are included in this category.

programs that describe the language, literature, and culture of Iranian peoples; languages such as Persian and Pashto are included in this category.

programs that describe the language, literature, and culture of people whose native language belongs to the Italic branch of Indo-European such as French, Italian, Latin, Portuguese, and Spanish are included in this category mar; culture study; reading; audio lingual approach culture study; drill culture study; dialogues culture study; French family life and customs culture study; composition and literature; conversations s; conversation; culture, geography study; listening and speaking; reading and writing dialogues reading of the classics

French for use in travel

ench mar; culture study culture study culture study; dialogues; conversation culture study; composition and literature; Italian and American cultural differences culture study; composition and literature; Italian opera; conversations ersation

e; prefixes, suffixes, root words; Virgil and Livy; legendary Rome; comparison of Roman and American life; Greek and Roman culture Caesar; culture; classics in the original; comparison of Roman and American institutions Latin constructions and form; political, economic, social activities; Greek and Roman life Catullus, Horace; Virgil's Aeneid n; written and oral reports

ulture; history ulary, oral and written skills abulary; composition; literature ersation d culture mar; culture study; travel information, money exchange; phrase books; oral skills culture study; time, weather, greetings culture study; dialogues culture study; composition and literature; Mexico and Spain; history and customs

culture study; composition and literature; South American and Spanish cultures; Cervantes ersation; verb system review; listening, reading, writing skills in-depth study of 19th and 20th century authors; grammar; composition; term paper

sation for a tourist of Spain or South America

ers in Spanish; banking forms

program that describe the language, literature, and culture of Native American peoples.

programs that describe the language, literature, and culture of Semitic peoples; languages such as Arabic and Hebrew are included in this category. t projects on Hebrew lettering e

ure s politics, sports, women in Israel

Spanish skills for Spanish speaking people; culture study

programs in foreign languages not described above.

f instructional programs that prepare individuals to assist qualified health professionals in providing diagnostic, therapeutic, preventive, restorative, ces to patients in health care facilities, the home, and the community.

programs that prepare individuals to provide supportive services to the dental profession, including performing dental prophylactic treatments, he care of teeth and mouth, and producing dentures and related appliances. cancer development; filling materials; equipment care; x-rays hancement; terminal vocational program rience; dental assisting ng; dentures; crowns and bridges; precious metals; oral anatomy eeth; dental prosthesis; jaw relations and corrective procedures

programs that prepare individuals to use equipment and medical materials for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes by learning to apply roentgen bstances; prepare and administer radioisotopes; operate electrocardiograph, electroencephalograph, respiratory or dialysis equipment; provide fore, during, and after an operation; or render medical emergency treatment in a variety of situations that demand immediate care, such as heart ons, burns, and shock.

citation; first aid; emergency care; simulated emergencies and administration of electrocardiograms; patient vital signs; interpretation of EKG readings; troubleshooting

programs that prepare individuals to carry out technical functions to obtain data for use in diagnosis, treatment and control of diseases, under the specialists. Includes instruction in the use of technical equipment and the administration of medical and/or chemical agents. s; staining techniques; sterilization; blood bank; urinalysis ng; paid experience; medical laboratory skills

strumental application; vocational approach s; advanced laboratory procedures; technician training

programs that prepare individuals to assist nursing and mental health personnel in the care and treatment of the mentally ill, aged, drug addicted, pped. Includes instruction in new patterns of living and administering prescribed medication. elderly; convalescents; handicapped persons ces; environmental health; infant care; communicable diseases ental health assistance; theories of mental and emotional disorders; basic non-professional crisis intervention; behavior management

programs that prepare individuals to assist specialists in the health field in providing support functions in such areas as pharmaceutical, central s, and the admissions/discharge of patients.

on; nursing arts; laboratory technology; allied health occupations

h fields; paid basis; clinical settings ation, packing, sterilizing, storage and distribution of medical equipment and supplies ; medical office procedures ; medical information requests; records filing supervision; disease coding dical office administration clinical duties; laboratory procedures on techniques; physiology kinesiology animal production; animal health

mistry; vitamins; practical applications

ning; advanced independent study

programs that prepare individuals to work under the supervision of a physician, nurse supervisor, or other qualified nursing staff member in providing s in hospitals, sanitariums, clinics, private homes, or other places by administering medications and treatments, assisting during treatment and , or performing auxiliary services.

perience; vision screening; hearing tests; health careers exploration; first aid nse preparation; nursing principles; anatomy; physiology; nutrition

ng homes; patient care; safety procedures ; on the job experience; patient care easurements; drug solutions; hospital applications

programs that prepare individuals to assist an ophthalmologist or optometrist in identifying vision defects, performing tests, administering treatment ion or surgery, preparing and fitting eyeglasses or contact lenses, and directing corrective eye exercises.

ssist optometrist in vision examinations; care and use of glasses and contact lenses; assistance in frame selection; adjustment and repair of glasses

programs that prepare individuals to work under the direction of a physician or other appropriate specialist in assisting handicapped persons ate for any loss of function and in restoring the individual's physical health. programs in allied health not described above.

CSSC Code (xx.xxxxx) Main Sub Category category 18 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14

Course

Title HEALTH SCIENCES AUDIOLOGY AND SPEECH PATHOLOGY 00 Audiology and Speech Pathology, Other BASIC CLINICAL HEALTH SCIENCES 00 Basic Clinical Health Sciences, Other CHIROPRACTIC 00 Chiropractic, Other DENTISTRY 00 Dentistry, Other EMERGENCY/DISASTER SCIENCE 00 Emergency/Disaster Science, Other EPIDEMIOLOGY 00 Epidemiology, Other HEALTH SCIENCES ADMINISTRATION 00 Health Sciences Administration, Other HEMATOLOGY 00 Hematology, Other MEDICAL LABORATORY 00 Medical Laboratory, Other MEDICINE 00 Medicine, Other NURSING 00 Nursing, Other OPTOMETRY 00 Optometry, Other OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE 00 Osteopathic Medicine, Other PHARMACY 11 Pharmacy Technician 00 Pharmacy, Other PODIATRY 00 Podiatry, Other POPULATION AND FAMILY PLANNING 00 Population and Family Planning, Other PRE-DENTISTRY 00 Pre-Dentistry, Other PRE-MEDICINE 01 Medical Ethics 00 Pre-Medicine, Other PRE-PHARMACY 00 Pre-Pharmacy, Other PRE-VETERINARY 00 Pre-Veterinary, Other

Alternate Titles

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19 20

21 00 22 00 23 00 24 00 25 01 99 00

PROSECTORIAL SCIENCE Prosectorial Science, Other PUBLIC HEALTH LABORATORY SCIENCE Public Health Laboratory Science, Other TOXICOLOGY (CLINICAL) Toxicology (Clinical), Other VETERINARY MEDICINE Veterinary Medicine, Other BIO-MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY Bio-Medical Technology, General HEALTH SCIENCES, OTHER Health Sciences, Other

19 01 00 02 00 03 00 04 00 05

HOME ECONOMICS. HOME ECONOMICS, GENERAL Home Economics, Other General BUSINESS HOME ECONOMICS Business Home Economics, Other FAMILY AND COMMUNITY SERVICES Family and Community Services, Other FAMILY/CONSUMER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Family/Consumer Resource Management, Other FOOD SCIENCES AND HUMAN NUTRITION

06

07

08

09 99

00 Food Sciences and Human Nutrition, Other HUMAN ENVIRONMENT AND HOUSING 00 Human Environment and Housing, Other INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY DEVELOPMENT 00 Individual and Family Development, Other INTERNATIONAL/COMPARATIVE HOME ECONOMICS International/Comparative Home 00 Economics, Other TEXTILES AND CLOTHING 00 Textiles and Clothing, Other HOME ECONOMICS, OTHER 00 Home Economics, Other

20.

VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS

01

CONSUMER AND HOMEMAKING HOME ECONOMICS 11 Home Economics 7

Comprehensive Consumer and Homemaking 7; Homemaking 7; Comprehensive Consumer and Homemaking; Homemaking 8 Comprehensive Consumer and Homemaking; Homemaking 1; Homemaking, General; Home Arts Comprehensive Consumer and Homemaking Home Economics 2; Homemaking 2 Comprehensive Consumer and Homemaking Home Economics 3; Homemaking 3 Comprehensive Consumer and Homemaking Home Economics 4; Homemaking 4 Independent Living; Survival Skills; Singles Survival

12 Home Economics 8

13 Home Economics 1

14 Home Economics 2

15 Home Economics 3

16 Home Economics 4 17 Adult Roles and Functions Comprehensive Consumer and Homemaking Home Economics, Independent Study Child Development 8 Child Development 1 Child Development 2 Child Development 3 Child Development 4 Current Issues in Child Development Clothing 7 Clothing 8

18 21 22 23 24 25 26 31 32

33 Clothing 1

Sewing, Introduction; Sewing 1; Textiles and Clothing 1; Clothing Construction Sewing, Intermediate; Sewing 2; Textiles and Clothing 2; Clothing Construction, Intermediate Sewing 3; Textiles and Clothing 3 Sports Wear; Alterations Economic Survival; Economics, Personal; Comparison Buying and Budgeting; Money Management, Personal; You and Your Money

34 Clothing 2 35 Clothing 3 36 Clothing 4 37 Tailoring

41 Consumer Education

42 Consumer Education 2 Home Economics Occupations 1, 51 Exploratory Home Economics Occupations 2, 52 Exploratory 53 Home Economics Laboratory Assistant 54 Home Economics Leadership 61 Family Health 1 62 Family Health 2 71 72 73 81 82 Family Relations Marriage Society and Change Lifestyles Parenthood Foods and Nutrition 7 Foods and Nutrition 8

Home Economics Job Training Exploration

Family Nursing Family Nursing, Advanced Family Sociology; Family Living Parent Education; Parenting

83 Foods 1

Kitchen Survival; Meal Management; Family Meals; Nutrition and Food Management 1; Foods Preparation Basic Cooking for Compliments; Nutrition and Food Management 2; Foods Preparation, Intermediate Gourmet Foods; Foods, Experimental; Foods Preparation, Advanced Foreign Foods

84 Foods 2

85 Foods 3 86 Foods 4 87 International Foods

88 Nutrition Fitness Foods 91 Home Management 1 92 Home Management 2 Home Economics - Cooperative Education 93 1 Home Economics - Cooperative Education 94 2 Consumer and Homemaking Home 00 Economics, Other

02

CHILD CARE AND GUIDANCE MANAGEMENT AND SERVICES Early Childhood Workshop; Child Development Services; Nursery School Training

11 Child Care Services 21 Child Care Aide 31 Child Care Management 41 Foster Care and Family Care 51 Teacher Aide/Elementary 52 Teacher Aide/Secondary

Family Care Services

61 Child Care - Cooperative Education 1 62 Child Care - Cooperative Education 2 Child Care and Guidance Management and 00 Services, Other CLOTHING, APPAREL, AND TEXTILES MANAGEMENT, PRODUCTION, AND SERVICES Profitable Sewing 1; Fashion Design and Clothing Occupations Profitable Sewing 2

03

11 Clothing Occupations 1 12 Clothing Occupations 2 13 Clothing Occupations 3 Clothing Occupations - Cooperative 14 Education 1 Clothing Occupations - Cooperative 15 Education 2 21 Clothing Maintenance Aide Commercial Garment and Apparel 31 Construction

41 Custom Apparel Construction 51 Custom Tailoring and Alteration

61 Wedding and Specialty Consulting

71 Fashion and Fabric Coordination

81 Textiles Testing 91 Clothing Production Management Clothing, Apparel, and Textiles Management, Production, and Services, 00 Other

04

FOOD PRODUCTION, MANAGEMENT, AND SERVICES. Culinary Arts 1; Commercial Foods, Basic; Restaurant Occupations 1; Chef Class Culinary Arts 2; Commercial Foods, Advanced; Restaurant Occupations 2 Food Service, Vocational

11 Food Service Training

12 13 21 31 41

Food Service Training 2 Food Services/Restaurant Management Food Service Cooperative Training Baking Chef

51 Catering 61 Dietetic Aide 71 Food Testing

81 School Food Service Food Production, Management and 00 Services, Other HOME FURNISHING AND EQUIPMENT MANAGEMENT, PRODUCTION, AND SERVICES

Cafeteria Assistant

05

11 Housing and Interior Design 1 12 Housing and Interior Design 2

Home and Interiors; Home Furnishings; Living Environments

13 Interior Design Occupations

Home Environment Occupations

21 Floral Design 31 Home Decorating 41 Home Furnishings Aide

Custom Drapery and Window Treatment 51 Design

61 Custom Slipcovering and Upholstering 71 Home-Service Assisting 1 72 Home Service Assisting 2 Home Service Asst - Cooperative 73 Education 1 Home Service Asst - Cooperative 74 Education 2 Home Furnishings and Equipment Management, Production, and Services, 00 Other

06

INSTITUTIONAL, HOME MANAGEMENT, AND SUPPORTING SERVICES 11 Custodial Services

21 Executive Housekeeping

31 Homemaker's Aide 41 42 43 44 Companion to the Aged Geriatrics 2 Geriatrics - Cooperative Education 1 Geriatrics - Cooperative Education 2

Homemaker's Assistant, Home Management Geriatrics 1 Senior Citizen Services Director

51 Consumer Aide 61 Therapeutic Recreation Aide Institutional, Home Management Support 71 Services - Cooperative Education Institutional, Home Management, and 00 Supporting Services, Other VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS, OTHER 00 Vocational Home Economics, Other

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INDUSTRIAL ARTS

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INDUSTRIAL ARTS 01 Industrial Arts 7 02 Industrial Arts 8 Shop 1, Exploratory; Shop, General; Industrial Materials 1; Industrial Arts Orientation; Industrial Crafts 1 Shop 2, Exploratory; Industrial Materials 2; Industrial Crafts 2

03 Industrial Arts 1

04 05 06 07 08

Industrial Arts 2 Industrial Arts 3 Industrial Arts 4 Industry and Technology Industrial Production

09 Industrial Occupations 1 10 Industrial Occupations 2 11 Industrial Cooperative Work Experience Industrial Cooperative Work Experience, 12 Advanced 13 Electricity 1

Manufacturing and Production World of Construction; Industrial Cooperative Training Industrial Cooperative Training, Advanced

Electricity, Basic; Electrical Trades

14 Electricity 2 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 30 31 40 41 Electronics 1 Electronics 2 Electronics 3 Electronics 4 Electricity and Electronics, Introduction Electricity and Electronics, Advanced

Electrical Trades, Advanced; Electrical Wiring Practices Electronics, Basic; Circuits, Fundamental Electronics, Digital

Machine Shop 1 Machine Shop 2 Machine Shop 3 Machine Shop 4 Industrial Education Management Trainee Industrial Arts Research Introduction to Technology Electricity - Cooperative Education 1 Electricity - Cooperative Education 2 Electronics - Cooperative Education 1 Electronics - Cooperative Education 2 Electricity/Electronics - Cooperative 50 Education 1 Electricity/Electronics - Cooperative 51 Education 2 00 Industrial Arts, Other 22 01 LAW LAW 11 Law Fundamentals

Machine Lab; Industrial Machine

Industrial Arts, Independent Study Technology Education

Parliament and Court Procedures; Criminal Law; Legal Rights On Trial; Criminology and Justice; Youth and the Law; Law Enforcement and the Courts; Civil Liberties and the Law; Law and Juvenile Justice; Practical Law; Everyday Law

21 Law and You 31 Street Law 00 Law, Other

23 01 01 02 03 04 05

LETTERS/ENGLISH ENGLISH, GENERAL. English 7 English 7, Honors English 8, Below Grade Level English 8 English 8, Honors

English 7, Above Grade Level English 8, Average English 8, Above Grade Level

06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

English 1, Below Grade Level English 1 English 1, Honors English 2, Below Grade Level English 2 English 2, Honors English 3, Below Grade Level English 3 English 3, Honors English 4, Below Grade Level English 4 English 4, Honors World Literature Renaissance Literature Romanticism Realism

English 9, Basic; Communication Skills, Non College English 9, Average English 9, Honors English 10, Basic English 10, Average English 10, Honors English 11, Basic English 11, Average English 11, Honors English 12, Basic English 12, Average English 12, Honors Modern Classical Literature Man in a New World Man and Nature Contemporary Fiction; 20th Century Literature; Big Books of the 20th Century

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35

Literature, Contemporary Irish Literature Russian Literature Bible as Literature Mythology and Fable Drama, Introduction World Drama Plays, Modern Survey Novels Short Story Mysteries Poetry Rock Poetry Humor

Literature of the Bible Mythology and Folklore; Heroes, Gods and Monsters

Short Narrative; Short Fiction

36 Biography 37 Non Fiction 38 Science Fiction 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 Themes in Literature Literature of Human Values Ethnic Literature Women in Literature Sports through Literature Occult Literature Protest Literature Youth and Literature Heroes Utopias Death

Let's Laugh; American Humor Autobiography; Famous Personalities Literature of the Mysterious; Fiction and Fantasy War and Peace; Modern Journalistic Literature Minority Literature

Supernatural Literature Adolescent Fiction; Books and the Teenage Reader

50 51 52 53

Nobel Prize Authors Seminar on an Author English, Real Life Problem Solving Reading, Independent Study Writing and Research; Research Process; College Writing; Research Paper; Research and Writing the Term Paper

54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 00 02

Research Technique Children's Literature & Fantasy Vocational English English Skills 1 for Visually Impaired English Skills 2 for Visually Impaired English Skills 3 for Visually Impaired English Skills 4 for Visually Impaired Pre-IB English 1 (grade 9) Pre-IB English 2 (grade 10) Pre-IB English 3 (grade 11) IB English 4 (grade 11 or 12) IB English 5 (grade 12) AP Language and Composition AP Literature and Composition English, Other General CLASSICS

11 Mythological Literature, Greek and Roman Classical Mythology 00 Classics, Other 03 COMPARATIVE LITERATURE 11 Comparative Literature 21 Latin American Authors/Literature 00 Comparative Literature, Other 04 COMPOSITION Writing Practice; Contemporary Composition; Expository Writing Writing Skills Workshop; Composition, Advanced Computer Assisted Writing Instruction Fun With Words; College Vocabulary Skill Building; Word Power Language Structure 7 Language Structure 8 Language Structure 9 Language Structure 10; Grammar Review 10, College Preparation

Comparisons in Literature

01 Composition, Expository

02 Writing Laboratory 03 Writing About Literature

04 05 06 07 08

Vocabulary Spelling Grammar 7 Grammar 8 Grammar 9

09 Grammar 10

10 Grammar 11

11 12 13 14 15 00 05 11 12 13 21 00 06

Grammar 12 Etymology Handwriting Interpersonal Communication Word Study - Remedial Composition, Other CREATIVE WRITING Creative Writing 10 Creative Writing 11 Creative Writing 12 Creative Writing, Independent Study Creative Writing, Other LINGUISTICS (INCLUDES PHONETICS, SEMANTICS, AND PHILOLOGY)

Language Structure 11; Grammar Review 11, College Preparation Language Structure 12; Grammar Review 12, College Preparation; English SAT Preparation Wordsearch; Word Clues Penmanship

Creative Writing 1 Creative Writing 2, Workshop

11 Linguistics Linguistics (includes Phonetics, Semantics, 00 and Philology), Other 07 LITERATURE, AMERICAN

Language and Thought; Semantics and History of Language

11 American Literature 21 Black Literature

Selected American Authors; American Experience; Portrait of an American; American Writers Literature of Black America; Afro American Literature American Heroes; American Dilemma; American Cultural Patterns; American Philosophy In Literature American Indian Literature Regional Writers Frontier Literature

31 41 51 61

American Dream in Literature Folklore, American Indian Literature State Writers

71 Western Literature 81 Mexican American Literature 00 Literature, American, Other 08 LITERATURE, ENGLISH

11 British Literature Survey 21 Shakespeare

Major British Writers; British Literature, Conventions and Experiments; Background of Modern British Literature Ages of Man; Political Intrigue and Murder

31 41 51 61 71 00 09

Modern British Writer Victorian Literature Satire, Modern British Arthurian Legend Medieval Literature Literature, English, Other

Once and Future King

RHETORIC 00 Rhetoric, Other SPEECH, DEBATE, AND FORENSICS. Communications, Basic; Speech Arts; Oral Composition; Oral Communications; Forensics Oral Interpretation; Speech, General; They Used to Call It Rhetoric Speech Tournament; Discussion and Debate; Debate and Argumentation

10

11 Public Speaking

21 Speech 1

22 23 31 00 11

12

Speech 2 Speech 3 Debate Practicum Contract Speech, Debate, and Forensics, Other TECHNICAL AND BUSINESS WRITING. 11 Technical English 00 Technical and Business Writing, Other LANGUAGE ARTS, READING

11 Reading Development 1

Reading Improvement; Remedial Reading; Reading Skills; Chapter 1 Reading; Reading Fundamentals; Corrective Reading reading difficulties; continued skill building; student needs diagnosis; survival reading; critical thinking skills; study habits

12 13 14 15

Reading Development 2 Reading Development 3 Reading Development 4 Speed Reading

13

16 Advanced Reading and Study Skills LANGUAGE ARTS, BASIC SKILLS 11 Functional English 1 12 Functional English 2 13 Functional English 3

Reading and Conference; Literature, Individualized; Best Sellers; Reading for Pleasure

Correlated Language Arts 1 Correlated Language Arts 2 Correlated Language Arts 3 Correlated Language Arts 4; Minimum Standards Review; Personal and Career Communications

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14 Functional English 4 LETTERS/ENGLISH, OTHER

00 Letters/English, Other 24 01 11 21 31 41 51 00 LIBERAL/GENERAL STUDIES LIBERAL/GENERAL STUDIES Liberal Studies Summer Abroad Independent Study Gifted and Talented Program Non-Specific College Level Studies Liberal/General Studies, Other

Beyond Regular Study; Mentorship

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LIBRARY AND ARCHIVAL SCIENCES

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LIBRARY AND ARCHIVAL SCIENCES, GENERAL. 11 Library Science Library Skills 00 Library and Archival Sciences, Other General ARCHIVAL SCIENCE. 00 Archival Science, Other

02

03

04

LIBRARY ASSISTING 11 Library Assistant 00 Library Assisting, Other LIBRARY SCIENCE 00 Library Science, Other MUSEOLOGY 00 Museology, Other LIBRARY AND ARCHIVAL SCIENCES, OTHER 00 Library and Archival Sciences, Other LIFE SCIENCES BIOLOGY, GENERAL 11 Science 7

Library Aide

05

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Life Sciences 7 Biology, Essentials; Biology, Patterns; Life Science; Natural Science; Biology, Functional Biology; Biology, Regents; Biology, Introductory

21 Biology, Basic 1 22 Biology, Basic 2 31 Biology, General 1 32 Biology, General 2

41 42 43 44 45 46 51 61 71

Biology, Honors 1 Biology, Advanced Pre-IB Biology IB Biology 2 IB Biology 3 AP Biology Field Biology Genetics Biopsychology

College Biology; Honors Biology 2

Biology, Regional

81 Biology Seminar 00 Biology, Other General 02 BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS. 11 Biochemistry 00 Biochemistry and Biophysics, Other BOTANY. 11 Botany 00 Botany, Other CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 11 Cell Biology 00 Cell and Molecular Biology, Other MICROBIOLOGY 11 Microbiology 00 Microbiology, Other MISCELLANEOUS SPECIALIZED AREAS, LIFE SCIENCES 11 21 22 31 Ecology Marine Biology Marine Biology, Advanced Anatomy Miscellaneous Specialized Areas, Life 00 Sciences, Other 07 11 21 31 41 51 52 61 71 00 99 00 27 01 01 02 03 ZOOLOGY Zoology Zoology, Vertebrate Zoology, Invertebrate Animal Behavior Physiology, Human Physiology, Advanced Pathology Comparative Embryology Zoology, Other LIFE SCIENCES, OTHER Life Sciences, Other MATHEMATICS MATHEMATICS, GENERAL Mathematics 7 Mathematics 7, Accelerate Mathematics 8

Biology, Independent Study

03

Plants and People; Trees and Shrubs, Local

04

05

Bacteriology

06

Marine Studies; Biology, Aquatic Marine Biology 2

Anatomy and Physiology; Human Biology Health Biology

04 Mathematics 8, Accelerated 05 Unused Code 06 Mathematics 1, General 07 Mathematics 2, General 08 Science Mathematics 09 Mathematics in the Arts Mathematics 1, Applied; Computational Skills 1 Mathematics 2, Applied; Computational Skills 2 Mathematics as a Liberal Art; History of Mathematics Shop Mathematics; Mathematics for Trade and Mathematics for Employment SAT Mathematics; Senior Math Mathematics Survival Skills

10 11 12 13 14 00 02 03

Mathematics, Vocational Technical Mathematics Mathematics Review Mathematics Tutoring Consumer Mathematics Mathematics, Other General ACTUARIAL SCIENCES 00 Actuarial Sciences, Other APPLIED MATHEMATICS 00 Applied Mathematics, Other PURE MATHEMATICS

04

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08

Pre-Algebra Algebra 1, Part 1 Algebra 1, Part 2 Algebra 1 Algebra 2 Geometry, Plane Geometry, Solid Geometry

Algebra Skills; Algebra, Principles; Algebra, Introduction; Algebra, Basic; Algebra, Practical

Algebra, Elementary Algebra, Intermediate

09 Geometry, Informal

10 11 12 13 14 15

Algebra 3 Trigonometry Analytic Geometry Trigonometry and Solid Geometry Algebra and Trigonometry Algebra and Analytic Geometry

Geometry, Physical; Geometry, Intuitive; Geometry, Practical; Geometric Design; Geometry, Occupational Algebra, Advanced; Mathematics, Advanced; Algebra, College; Algebraic Systems Geometry, Advanced

16 Analysis, Introductory 17 Linear Algebra 18 Calculus and Analytic Geometry

Mathematical Analysis; PreCalculus; Elementary Functions; Limits and Functions; Analysis, Elementary Matrix Algebra; Algebra, Honors

19 Calculus

20 21 22 23

Calculus Mathematics 1, Unified Mathematics 2, Unified Mathematics 3, Unified

Advanced Placement Calculus, Advanced Placement Calculus AB, Advanced Placement Mathematics, Advanced Placement; Mathematics, Honors

24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 00 05 11 21 31 32 00 06

Mathematics, Independent Study Geometry, Part 1 Geometry, Part 2 Unified Math 1, Part 1 Unified Math 1, Part 2 Pre-IB Geometry Pre-IB Algebra 2/Trigonomery IB Math Methods 1 IB Math Studies 1 IB Math Studies 2 IB Math Studies/Calculus AP Calculus CD Discrete Math Finite Math Pure Mathematics, Other STATISTICS. Statistics Probability Probability and Statistics AP Statistics Statistics, Other BASIC SKILLS MATH

Mathematics Strategies; Mathematics Topics; Mathematics, Competitive; Mathematics, Enrichment; Mathematics Seminar

01 Basic Math 1

Math Fundamentals; Developmental Math; Arithmetic Review; Mathematics, Remedial; Mathematics, Essentials; Mathematics Lab; Competency Mathematics; Mathematics, Basic Remedial Math 2; Math Fundamentals 2; Developmental Math 2; Remedial Math 2; Remedial Math 10; Mathematics, Basic 2

02 Basic Math 2

03 Basic Math 3 04 Basic Math 4 MATHEMATICS, OTHER 00 Mathematics, Other MILITARY SCIENCES AEROSPACE SCIENCE (AIR FORCE) Aerospace Education Aerospace Education 2 Aerospace Education 3 Aerospace Education 4 Civil Air Patrol Aerospace Science (Air Force), Other

Remedial Math 3; Math Fundamentals 3; Developmental Math 3; Remedial Math 3; Remedial Math 11 or 12; Mathematics, Basic 3 Mathematics, Basic 4; Remedial Math 4

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11 12 13 14 21 00 02

Air Science 1

COAST GUARD SCIENCE 00 Coast Guard Science, Other MILITARY SCIENCE (ARMY) Army Leadership Development, Introduction Army Intermediate Leadership Development Army Applied Leadership Development Army Advanced Leadership Development Military Science (Army), Other

03 11 12 13 14 00 04

Army ROTC 1 Army ROTC 2 Army ROTC 3 Army ROTC 4

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NAVAL SCIENCE (NAVY, MARINES) Naval Science 1 Naval Science 2 Naval Science 3 Naval Science 4 Marine Corps Leadership Education 1 Marine Corps Leadership Education 2 Marine Corps Leadership Education 3 Marine Corps Leadership Education 4 Naval Science (Navy, Marines), Other MILITARY SCIENCES, OTHER 00 Military Sciences, Other 11 12 13 14 21 22 23 24 00

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MILITARY TECHNOLOGIES

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MILITARY TECHNOLOGIES 29.01 Military Technologies, Other

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training to assist in pharmacy operation; mixing and dispensing prescribed medicines; compound preparation; procurement, storage, and issu

study of current ethical issues in medicine including terminal patient care, euthanasia, Nobel Laureate sperm banking, patenting bio-genetic o

A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe the relationship between the physical, social, emotional and intellectual environm development of individuals. Includes instruction in the natural and social sciences and humanities in the development of attitudes, knowledge consumer education, food and nutrition, home management, housing, human development and family studies, and institutional management

A summary of groups of instructional programs that emphasize the acquisition of competencies (including skills and job attitudes) needed for entry and advanced levels, and/or preparing for advancement in occupations that use home economics education knowledge and skills. Voc programs are developed from home economics education subject matter areas to meet the unique requirements of the specific vocations. P employment include: (1) services to individuals/families; (2) assistance to professional home economists and professionals in fields related public and private agencies; and (3) other services and/or assistance directly related to one or more of the home economics subject matter a combined with supervised laboratory and work experiences.

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals at all educational levels for the occupation of homemaking, emphasizing the acquis understanding attitudes, standards, values, and skills relevant to individual and family life. Includes instruction in consumer education, food a education, child growth and development, housing and home management (including resource management), and clothing and textiles; that quality of individual and family life, and enhance potential employability. These programs prepare individuals for the multiple roles of homem basic principles; foods and nutrition; clothing and textiles; consumer education; child care

basic principles and concepts; clothing and textiles; parenting; interpersonal relationships; consumer education; nutrition and foods

introductory course; meal preparation and nutrition; home environment; child development; consumer education; family living

intermediate course; clothing and textiles; housing; foods and nutrition; consumer education; child development; family living

advanced course; young adulthood; management of resources; scientific food preparation; clothing and textiles; home environments

advanced course; special individualized projects; interrelationships of work and family; incorporation of all home economics areas

advanced comprehensive high school course; parentage and family crises; interrelationship of work and family; housing; management; nutrit

individualized study; independent study all areas care of small children; safety; play; creative activity; dressing and feeding developmental stages; child interactions; dressing and feeding children developmental stages; siblings; clothing characteristics; nutrition childbirth; infancy; social, motor, physical and emotional development; language development childbirth; infancy; social, motor, physical and emotional development; language development; exceptionalities; economic aspects including the special needs child (gifted/handicapped); coping with divorce; the single-parent home; latch-key children; coping with death and project sewing; hand sewing; use of sewing machine project sewing; introducing clothing construction

current fashions; sewing machine use; pattern selection; zipper application; hem finishes

special fabrics; machine buttonholes; collars, sleeves advanced techniques; linings; buttonholes; fabric suitability; garment completion; study of textiles advanced course; tailor suits; children's clothes; sewing to meet special needs; alterations and repair intricate sewing; tailored suit making; cuffs; seams; alterations

credit purchasing; money management; savings and checking accounts; comparison-shopping; decision making process; consumer protectio

family finance; insurance; banking; economic principles; investments; decision-making process work experience; career choices; home economics; waitressing; clothing alterations assistant; interior decorator aide work experience; management skills; home economics individualized training; dietary aide; florist aid home economics instructor assistance; materials storage; student assistance; teaching materials preparation community service; leadership qualities; family unity accident prevention; home nursing techniques; diets; community health resources advanced home nursing techniques; care of elderly; diets peer relations; family relations; pre-marital concerns; parenthood; child abuse; divorce marriage issues; marriage partner choice; social trends; male/female relations parenthood preparation; prenatal care; childbirth; infancy introduction to nutrition; introduction to basic cooking principles nutrition; health; preparation of simple meals

cookery skills; simple meals; baking techniques; food buying; budgeting

individualized cooking; entertaining; regional cooking; table settings

foreign cuisines; advanced cooking techniques; cultural food customs; research paper advanced course; meal preparation; special desserts; roasts; application of scientific principles cultural foods; authentic preparations; international eating habits eating patterns; nutrition science; consumer aspects; world hunger; fitness foods family management; values, goals and standards; organizing a home and family activities family economics; organization; systems; theories

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals for occupations in child care and guidance, foster care/family day care and teacher professional personnel. Includes instruction in child growth and development; nutrition; program planning and management; safety and beha child abuse and neglect; parent-child personal relationships; learning experiences for children; interpersonal relationships; and laws, regulatio and maintenance of children's environments.

child growth and development; nutrition; program planning and management; learning experiences for children; laws, regulations and policies planning and organizing activities; physical, mental and social growth; development of acceptable behavior developing and managing child care programs; financial operations; selecting or developing facilities; staffing, staff development; working wit organizations

special needs of deprived or handicapped persons; health and safety, nutrition, program/play activities; parental involvement; laws, regulation program planning for child development; playground activities; health and safety of children; administrative and managerial activities pre-vocational training in teacher assistance at the secondary level

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals for occupations concerned with the entire spectrum of clothing, apparel, and textile including but not limited to construction; fabric and fabric care; pattern design; principles in clothing construction and selection; fitting and alte tailoring; clothing maintenance; and textiles testing.

occupational training; pressing tools; clothing alterations; industrial sewing machines tailoring techniques; linings; suit construction; job opportunities fashion design; flat pattern drafting; alterations clothing accessories

types of repair, alteration, or cleaning; fitting and marking of garments for repairs; making repairs; assisting with laundering and dry cleaning o keeping records design and construct ready-to-wear garments and apparel; designing and drafting patterns for standardized sizes; selecting appropriate fabri equipment; stitching fabric on commercial power sewing equipment; applying finishes and notions to garments and apparel

metrication in measuring and fitting; constructing altering, and preparing garments for women, men, and children; using standard or power se out patterns on the fabric and cutting out fabric with hand or power driven scissors or shears; basting fabric pieces together and fitting garme particular fabrics constructing, altering, and repairing men's, women's, and children's garments; selection of design, fabric, notions to customer specifications; patterns; cutting, sewing and altering by hand

wedding etiquette; selection of attire for bride, groom, attendants, and others; fitting and marking garments for needed alterations; invitations, working with caterers and photographers; records of gifts; constructing, displaying, and selling wedding attire

fashion design, trends, styles, and merchandising; selecting current fashion for figure types; fitting garments on customers; planning fashion techniques; advising on quantity of fabric needed; measuring and cutting fabric; ordering, receiving, and display merchandise

identifying qualities of various fibers, yarns, and fabrics; collecting and testing fabric samples; making elementary statistical calculations; com standards; checking and calibrating various testing instruments using metrication; keeping laboratories clean managing clothing production; textile production management

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals in managerial, production, and service skills used institutional, commercial, or selfindustry occupations. Includes instruction in planning, selecting, storing, purchasing, preparing, and serving quantity food and food products; precautions; use and care of commercial equipment; serving techniques; special diets; management of food establishments.

public food service; short order cooking; restaurant equipment operation; dining room operations; sanitation; planning, selecting, storing purc food products; nutritive values; use and care of commercial equipment; serving techniques; special diets

food preparation; bakery operation; dinner catering; model restaurant; laws and regulations; unions; safety, sanitation; receive, store and issu coordination of food service activities; cost estimations; recordkeeping; personnel supervision; quality and service monitoring; dining room, ba food service industry; on the job training baking, industry; pastry production; costing; production control; bakery ingredients use and care of commercial equipment; preparing quantity foods; controlled servings; selection, preparation and storage of foods; health and

social functions; food preparation; party foods; beverage service; equipment; decorations; health and sanitation regulations special meal preparation; sanitary standards; professional dietician assistance; diet regulations; recordkeeping; emergency procedures

identifying qualities of various foods; collecting and testing food samples as directed; making elementary statistical calculations; recording tes prepared standards; reporting variations from standards

planning, supervising, purchasing, preparing, and serving goods and food products in school food-service establishments; planning appetizin environment for serving of foods; taking inventory of supplies and equipment; performing dishwashing tasks and storage of equipment or foo regulations

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals in the entire spectrum of home furnishings and equipment. Includes instruction in maintaining suitable home furnishings and/or equipment; assisting interior designers, decorators, or professional home service directors; mak treatments, and upholstery; and designing accessories such as floral arrangements or decorations.

furniture arranging; floor plans; wall coverings; color selection; pleasing environments; principles of design varied types of housing; exterior and interior design; human and environmental factors influencing form and use of housing; living space desi

assisting purchasers in selecting and maintaining suitable home furnishings equipment; assisting interior designers, decorators, or profession curtain and window treatments, and upholstery; designing accessories, floral arrangements or decorations

selecting appropriate containers, flowers, and accessories for special occasions or events such as weddings, dinners, banquets, and holiday decorators, or caterers to plan and design floral arrangements arranging floral decorations; packaging and delivering the decorative arrangem principles of design; color; developing plans for consumers; furnishings assist interior designers/decorators in planning and decorating customers' homes or offices; constructing draperies, window treatment items, arrangements of furniture, samples, and accessories in stores

art principles, color design, textiles, fabrics, and finishes; measuring and determining materials needed; determining cost of materials and lab other window treatments; using chemical or other finishes to prolong the life of fabrics; installing draperies or other window treatment fixtures

art principles, color schemes, textures, designs, and textiles; selecting fabrics, trims, and finishes; measuring and determining cost of materia treatments that prolong the life of fabrics or materials; constructing and using techniques and methods of upholstering, re-upholstering, repair demonstrating various kinds of large and small appliances to consumers; selecting, using, and caring for equipment for maximum consumer of kitchens, laundry areas, and other work places in homes, churches, community centers, schools, and other institutions

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals for occupations in institutional and/or executive housekeeping; hotel and/or motel; the aged in their homes and in institutions; assistance in the management of household tasks; and assistance to consumers in decision maki community resources, and other homemaking concerns. building careers; cleaning; floor surfaces; wall coverings; cleaning agents; supply purchasing

advanced instruction and training to assume executive housekeeping duties such as establishing standards and procedures for housekeepin recommendations to management for repairs, replacement, or relocation of furnishings, equipment, or space; keeping inventories of supplies staff with recommendations for promotion or dismissal

child care guidance; food preparation instruction; home furnishing; home management counseling assisting aged persons with personal, social, and business affairs; care for clothing and household linens; preparation and service of meals; correspondence and paying bills; outings for exercise or social activities

preparing menus or recipes; posting unit costs; demonstrating new food products and equipment; advising consumers on the use, care and s information exhibits, displays, and handouts; performing personal shopping services

recreational activities, equipment and supplies; maintaining records; escorting patients between nursing units and therapy centers; maintainin

A group of instructional programs in vocational home economics not described above.

A summary of groups of instructional programs that provide individuals with knowledge that: (a) pertains to the body of related subject matter development of understanding about all aspects of industry and technology, including learning experiences involving activities like experimen using tools, machines, materials, or processes; and (b) assists individuals in making informed and meaningful occupational choices or which industrial or technical education programs.

A group of instructional programs that provide individuals with knowledge that: (a) pertains to the body of related subject matter, or related co understanding about aspects of industry and technology, including learning experiences involving activities such as experimenting, designatin materials, and processes; and (b) assists individuals in making informed and meaningful occupational choices or which prepare them for entr education programs. introductory course; mechanical drawing; woodworking; ceramics; tool familiarization introductory course; electricity; power mechanics; metalwork; tool familiarization; wood working

basic skills; woods; metals; plastics; occupational orientation

basic skills; individual projects; woods; metals; plastics intermediate skills; woods; metals; plastics advanced skills; woods; metals; plastics introductory course; industrial resources; industrial processes; industrial organization industrialized society; materials reclamation; industrial organizations; assembly line production classroom training; job skills; social competencies; industrial competencies; industrial careers classroom training; industrial competencies; job advancement; supervisory techniques industrial employment; supervised experience; on-site learning situations; pre-apprenticeship industrial employment; increased responsibility; business operation circuits; magnetism; signal systems; electrical theory; safety practices; codes

power systems; radio; appliances; insulators; wiring methods; commercial wiring semiconductor characteristics; solid state systems; special lighting devices; blueprint reading; test equipment electronics industry; advanced electronic testing; digital integrated circuiting; electronic games electronic projects; advanced study advanced study; electronics projects integrated course; electricity; electronics integrated course; advanced electricity; advanced electronics manufacturing machine use; measuring tools; original product construction; machine operator skills skill improvement; special projects; machine operations; tooling gages alloys; precision machining; numerical control; vocational preparation apprenticeship preparation; machine tool mastery instructor assistant; tool management; inventory; materials ordering; work group supervision advanced course; interdisciplinary approach; industrial arts; special study projects general course on technology, including computers, computer-related and computer-controlled technology

A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe the principles and procedures, in the form of legislation, decisions, regulations, a institutions of government in order to maintain social order.

A group of instructional programs that describe the principles and procedures, in the form of legislation, decisions, regulations, and orders de government in order to maintain social order. principles and procedures of law; law field trips; information gathering; argument writing; debate

law and the individual; lay person's view of the law; criminal justice system; legal rights practical aspects of criminal, consumer, family, housing and individual rights law; participation in field trips and mock trials

A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe sounds, literature, syntax, phonology, morphology, semantics, sentences, prose and attitudes used in communicating and evaluating thought and feelings through oral and written language. A group of instructional programs that generally describes the skills and techniques essential to learning the English language. reading, writing, listening, speaking skills; literature appreciation; vocabulary study; mechanics; usage; spelling literature and composition; reading, writing, listening, speaking skills; text preview; study skills literature and composition; reading, writing, listening, speaking skills reading, writing, listening, speaking skills; usage; sentence structure; literature appreciation literature appreciation; in-depth study of reading writing, speaking, listening skills

grammar study; literature survey; reading, writing speaking, listening skills grade level English; genres; reading, writing, listening, speaking skills above grade level English; in-depth study of reading, writing, speaking, listening skills; general study communications skills, reading, writing, speaking and listening; study skills; genres on grade level English; reading, writing, speaking, listening skills; mechanics; usage, genres above grade level English; language origins; genres; in-depth study of reading, writing, listening, speaking skills high interest reading; reading, writing, listening, speaking skills; writing through literature on grade level English; genres; reading, writing, listening, speaking skills above grade level English; in-depth study of reading, writing, listening, speaking skills writing through literature; reading, writing, speaking, listening skills on grade level English; genres; term paper preparation; reading, writing, listening, speaking skills above grade level English; genre; research paper; reading, writing, listening, speaking skills reading and critiquing; world classical literature reading and critiquing literature of the Renaissance; Petrarch to Shakespeare reading and critiquing literature of the Romantic period including Goethe, Burns, Wordsworth, Emerson, etc. reading and critiquing literature of realism including Defoe, Howells, James, etc.

modern authors; thematic patterns; essay writing; reading and critiquing works of the 20th century including Jarrell, Brautigan, Dickey, Updike reading and study of Irish literature including Yeats, Synge, O'Flaherty, etc. reading and critiquing Russian writers including Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, Chekhov, etc. study of the Old Testament; New Testament; Heroes; prophecies; poetry study of Greece and Rome; Egypt and Mesopotamia; China, Japan and India; mythologies and fables play reading of dramatists such as Ibsen, Miller; stage production planning; critiquing; rudiments of set design reading and critiquing the drama of the world up to the modern period reading and critiquing of modern playwrights including Pinter, Albee readings, discussions and writings on selected novelists such as Hawthorne, Twain, Melville, etc. historical development; American and foreign short stories detective stories by Poe, Collins, Doyle, Gardner, etc.; crime story reading and critiquing figures of speech; melodic elements; poetic forms; modern poetry; survey of British and American poetry including Bradstreet, Eliot, etc. study of rock music lyricists such as Lennon, Dylan, etc. reading and critiquing works of humorists such as Thurber, Wodehouse, Nash reading and critiquing biographies catastrophe; adventure; essays; editorials; reading and critiquing reading and critiquing of science fiction literature; UFOs; robots literature study on selected themes short stories; essays; short novels on human values minority groups; Chicanos; women; aged; handicapped study of women as heroines and as writers articles, books, films highlighting sports psychic phenomena in literature; astrology; magic; monsters; Gothic literature reading and critiquing study of literature centering on protest movements authors focusing on youth different types of heroes; fiction and non-fiction readings on perfect social systems death expressed in literature; drama; prose; poetry

study of O'Neill, Buck; Faulkner; Hemingway; Steinbeck; analysis of works of Nobel authors one author read, critiqued, evaluated studying literature for self-knowledge studying self-selected readings

term paper format; organization and presentation of researched material study of C.S. Lewis; Tolkien, L'Engle, LeGuin, Bettleheim and other authors who write in this genre or about this genre general English instruction studied in relation to its practical application to specific vocational areas of study

A group of instructional programs that describe the language and literature of the ancient Greco-Roman world in English translation. deities; heroes; Homer; Virgil

A group of instructional programs that describe the comparison of various aspects of literature, based on selected dimensions such as genre plot; character; theme; setting; comparisons of European, Russian and American authors

plot; character; theme; setting; cultural perspective of literature written by Latin American authors; contrast with American and European litera

A group of instructional programs that describe the principles and techniques of selecting, combining, arranging, and developing ideas, and e such as narration, exposition, or persuasion.

basic composition structure; models; skill improvement

intensive practice; writing skills; laboratory setting writing about plays, short stories, novels

dictionary use; prefixes and suffixes; spelling study of spelling words; assigned lists; self-identified lists traditional grammar, transformational grammar, structural linguistics traditional grammar, transformational grammar, structural linguistics traditional grammar, transformational grammar, structural linguistics traditional grammar, transformational grammar, structural linguistics; spelling, punctuation, proof reading

traditional grammar, transformational grammar, structural linguistics; vocabulary; composition

traditional grammar, transformational grammar, structural linguistics; vocabulary; composition study of Latin and Greek root words techniques for and exercises in handwriting role-playing, experiments, games, discussions; verbal, non-verbal behavior; composition suggestions vocabulary improvement; pronunciation; prefixes; root meanings

A group of instructional programs that describe the techniques of composition of such forms of literature as the short story, verse, drama, and and exercise of the imagination on the part of the writer. short story; one-act plays; informal essays; poetry short story; poetry; one-act plays; informal essays; prose writing short story; poetry; one-act play; informal essay short story; plays; poetry; independent writing projects

A group of instructional programs that describe the descriptive, historical and theoretical aspects of language, its nature, structure, varieties, a systems (phonology), grammatical systems (morphology, syntax), lexical systems (vocabulary, semiology), and writing systems.

human speech structure; language effects; borrowing, inventions, discoveries; language dialect; language sciences; growth and developmen

A group of instructional programs that describe American writings in prose or verse, especially those of an imaginative or critical character, in fiction, poetry, myths, and legends.

major American writers; novels, short stories, dramas, poetry; chronological survey novels; short stories; plays; poetry; Black and Afro American writers

study of Puritanism; Transcendentalism; Naturalism; Pragmatism; Existentialism; American dream representations study of Ozarkian, Black, American Indian, Western, Yankee, Southern folktales; customs; folksongs; superstitions study of Indian tribes and their literature; American Indian fables and myths specific state writers; regional and ethnic literature literature representative of the frontier; folksong; Zane Grey readings and discussions on literature of Mexican Americans

A group of instructional programs that describe British writings in prose or verse, especially those of an imaginative or critical character, inclu poetry, myths, and legends.

study of Beowulf, Chaucer, Shakespeare, Milton, Keats; survey of British literature; Romantic and Victorian prose and poetry; contemporary B comedies; tragedies; histories; play analysis; professional production attendance

study of Joyce, Yeats, Shaw, Hardy, Osborne, Golding, Greene study of Victorian literature study of Bleak House; Major Barbara: The Wastelands; Lucky Jim; Monty Python; British satire reading and examination of the Arthurian legend Chaucer, Middle English texts, morality and miracle plays, exploration of sacred and profane literature

A group of instructional programs that describe the effective use of language, including an examination of the patterned use of language for i

A group of instructional programs that describe strategies to improve competence in speaking and listening and the application of forms of ar

extemporaneous, demonstrative, persuasive, informative oral communication; videotape; speech writing and delivery

oral reading; children's literature; delivering, selecting, organizing speeches; persuasion; poise and verbal skills

tournaments; debate techniques; argumentation; problem solving speech practices and techniques individual work in debate

A group of instructional programs that describe the theory, methods, and skill is needed for writing scientific, technical, and business paper an methods and skills for writing scientific, technical and business papers

instruction for students with reading difficulties; skill acquisition; reading techniques; below grade level remediation; word attack skills; compre

continued skill building; emphasis on individual deficiencies; functional literacy competency test reading; career reading skills

reading under contract; advanced reading skill development

integrated language arts course designed to develop reading and writing skills; survival and job-oriented skills; emphasis on short reading se paragraphs study to improve reading and writing skills; mastery of survival skills; short stories and short composition; job applications; answering want ad study to improve reading and writing skills; provide mastery of job-oriented skills; usage, syntax, vocabulary building; five-paragraph essays;

remediation of deficiencies in reading, writing and survival/career skills; emphasis on grammar, essay development, reading and vocabulary hunting A group of instructional programs in letters not described above.

A summary of groups of instructional program that describes the foundation necessary for understanding self and society through an appreci common heritage.

A group of instructional programs that describe the foundation necessary for understanding self and society through an appreciation of the co integrated fields of art, music, literature, philosophy field experience of living in another country self directed inquiry; outside regular curriculum academic/creative education for gifted students; enrichment-subject unspecified or broad range of subjects

A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe the knowledge and skills required to develop, organize, store, retrieve, administ information in such formats as books, documents, manuscripts, machine-readable databases, filmed and recorded materials, specimens, and

A group of instructional programs that generally describes the knowledge and skills required to develop, organize, store, retrieve, administer, information in such formats as books, documents, manuscripts, machine-readable databases, filmed and recorded materials, specimens, and library skills development; card catalog; Dewey decimal system; audiovisual equipment; filing

A group of instructional programs that describe the collection, organization, preservation, service and retrieval of public records, documents o materials.

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to assist professional librarians. Includes instruction in principles, systems, process resources and services; processes of acquisition, cataloging, storage, and display systems; discovery and retrieval of requested materials; m printed materials; technological media such as audiovisual and education equipment; public services such as library loans; and data-process libraries. library procedures; school service; audiovisual equipment operation A group of instructional programs that describe the attitudes, knowledge, and skills of library materials and libraries.

A group of instructional programs that describe the attitudes, knowledge, and skills required to develop, organize, administer, store and retrie museum materials including art galleries and zoological gardens.

A group of instructional programs in library and archival sciences not described above. A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe the systematic study of living organisms.

A group of instructional programs that generally describes life forms, including the structure, function, reproduction, growth, heredity, evolutio animals, plants, cells; human body systems; environment; continuity

basic course; organismic level; simplified approach; human body; functioning plants; functioning animals second-level basic course in biology for students who need a more simplified approach standard course; cellular level; community level; ecological relations; evolutionary development second-level biology course for average or college track students

college preparatory course; quantitative approach; biosphere; physiology; heredity; molecular level second level course; evolutionary history; DNA and RNA; immunology; microbiology; advanced genetics

local environment study; nature appreciation; field experiences; local flora and fauna; ecological relationships mutation; heredity; genetic principles; DNA and RNA; recombination; viruses human behavior; biological factors; environmental factors; conditioned response; reasoning behavior; behavior adaptation advanced biology topics; independent projects; biology research

A group of instructional programs that describe the chemistry of living systems, the biological phenomena that result from the interactions am and biological phenomena using physical principles and methods. biochemical evolution; macromolecules; metabolism; glycolysis; photosynthesis; respiration

A group of instructional programs that describe the structure, function, reproduction, growth, heredity, evolution, and descriptions of plant life. plant kingdom; plant evolution; classification; plant ecology; domestic plants

A group of instructional programs that describe the cell as a unit of organization in plants and animals, and the molecular structure and proce cellular metabolism; cell physiology; cell division; cellular chemistry; cell evolution A group of instructional programs that describe microorganisms including bacteria, viruses, protista, protozoans, and certain fungi. microbiological techniques; viruses; fungi; protozoans; bacteria; pathogenic organisms

A group of instructional programs that describe specialized areas of the life sciences not described elsewhere in life sciences. biotic and abiotic factors; energy flow; mineral cycles; ecosystems; biomes marine science; ocean zones; seawater; habitats; marine taxonomy oceanography; marine ecology; field study procedures plant structure; animal structure; tissues; organs; systems

A group of Instructional programs that describe animals, including their structure, reproduction, growth, heredity, evolution, behavior, and dist animal kingdom; organ systems; dissection dissection techniques; vertebrate classes microscopy; parasitology; invertebrate phyla animal speciation; perceptual systems; genetics; ecology; wildlife management human body; nutrition concepts; digestive system; circulatory system; nervous system; reproductive system advanced course; human body; blood chemistry; hormonal regulation; cellular and molecular respiration disease processes; infections; systemic disorders; cancer; diabetes history, concepts and basic scope of animal embryonic development; modes of reproduction A group of instructional programs in life sciences not described above. A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe the sciences of logical symbolic language and their applications. A group of instructional programs that generally describe the sciences of logical symbolic language and their applications. basic computational skills; problem solving techniques; fractions; decimals; measurement systems; tables and graphs junior high mathematics; two years work; increased pace; pre-algebra topics arithmetic; metric system; real numbers; negative numbers; ratio and proportion; exponents

junior high mathematics; pre-algebra topics; increased pace

mathematical applications; whole numbers; fractions; decimals; informal geometry; statistics and graphs society utilization; simplified algebra; income tax; graphs; basic math reinforcement; computational skills correlated approach; science applications; data gathering; scientific notation; measuring devices mathematics appreciation; cultural approach; mathematics in art; mathematics in music

practical shop problems; applied arithmetic; applied geometry; metrics; skill development vocational applications; employment exams applied algebra and geometry; technical training; numerical trigonometry college entrance exam practice; overview course; reading questions tutoring lower levels; instructional math games; teaching profession preparation consumer arithmetic skills; solving consumer problems; taxes; household budgets A group of instructional programs that describes the mathematical and statistical methodology dealing with problems of risks in insurance. A group of instructional programs that describe the real world systems by deterministic and probabilistic models.

A group of instructional programs that describe number, form, arrangement, and associated relationships, using rigorously defined literal num

exploratory algebra; practical applications; graphing; exponents; negative integers; simple equations algebra 1 over two years; reduced pace; first half of Algebra 1 algebra 1 over two years; reduced pace; second half of Algebra 1 graphs, algebraic equations; radicals; linear equations; algebraic proofs; mathematical symbols polynomials; irrational numbers; verbal problems; logarithms; binomial theorem; trigonometry two-dimensional figures; logical proofs; area; planes; congruence; similarity solids; space geometry plane and solid geometry; theorems; construction problems; lines; volume; unified geometry

simplified geometry, de-emphasized proof; practical applications

relations and functions; theory of equations; probability; complex numbers; sequences and series; college level algebra trigonometric functions; deductive reasoning; complex numbers; radian measurement; inverse functions; trigonometric equations conic sections; exponential functions; logarithmic functions; trigonometric functions; axis rotation combined course; one-half year trigonometry; one-half year solid geometry integrated course; advanced algebra topics; complex numbers; trigonometry; theory of equations integrated course; advanced algebra topics; analytic geometry

pre-calculus course; analytic geometry; limits; derivatives; quadratic functions matrices; solving linear systems; vector space; modern algebra topics; analytic geometry combined course; half year calculus; half year analytic geometry

differential and integral calculus; analytic geometry topics; limits; functions

college level; calculus; analytic geometry; integrals; logarithmic functions; transcendental functions unified approach; logic; algebra; geometry; trigonometry; probability unified approach, logic; algebra; geometry; trigonometry; probability unified approach; logic; algebra; geometry; trigonometry; probability

advanced studies; problem solving techniques; logic; number theory; math team geometry 1 taught over 2 years; 1st year full credit geometry 1 taught over 2 years; 2nd year full credit Unified math taught over 2 years, 1st year full credit unified math taught over 2 years; 2nd year full credit

trigonometry, analytic geometry, probability and statistics, finite math

A group of instructional programs that describe the probabilistic models involving a finite number of outcomes and the science of collecting, d statistics fundamentals; probability theory; prediction probability theory; permutations; binomial theorem probability theory; statistics fundamentals; survey analysis

terminal course; computational skills; remedial work; simplified approach, decimals; percents; arithmetic review; real-life applications; fraction preparation

continued arithmetic review; real life applications; fractions, decimals and percent; competency test preparation

intensive competency test preparation; individualized problem-solving; personal and job related uses of arithmetic; remedial math for non-En

intensive competency test preparation; individualized problem solving; personal and job-related uses of arithmetic; remedial math for non-En A group of instructional programs in mathematics not described above.

A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe the causative factors and tactical principles of warfare, armed conflict, and defen A group of instructional programs that describe the purpose and objectives of the United States Air Force and all its branches, its rank structu importance in national defense and security. leadership training for Air Force; flight history; military drill aircraft flight; propulsion systems; navigation leadership laboratory aerospace industry; national defense; space flight leadership laboratory aerospace; moral leadership; military drill

A group of instructional programs that describe the purpose and objectives of the United States Coast Guard and all its branches, its rank str importance in national defense and security. A group of instructional programs that describe the purpose and objectives of the United States Army and all its branches, its rank structure, national defense and security. organization of the Army; leadership laboratory marksmanship; military instruction methods; map reading; leadership laboratory small unit problems; leadership psychology; group behavior; leadership laboratory application of leadership principles; leadership laboratory

A group of instructional programs that describe the purpose and objectives of the United States Navy and Marine Corps and all its branches, and its importance in national defense and security. seapower; naval history; seamanship; leadership laboratory meteorology; oceanography; rules of the nautical road; navigation; leadership laboratory celestial navigation; astronomy; naval communications; leadership laboratory advanced navigation; communications; leadership laboratory introduction to leadership; key to success; leadership laboratory military orientation; map reading; leadership laboratory leadership application; marksmanship; leadership laboratory advanced leadership education; leadership laboratory A group of instructional programs in military sciences not described above.

A summary of groups of instructional programs that prepare individuals to undertake the broad range of technical tasks required to keep the a specialized, practical knowledge related to the mechanical, scientific or technical aspects of military science in a variety of areas such as milit

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to undertake the broad range of technical tasks required to keep the armed forces practical knowledge related to the mechanical, scientific, or technical aspects of military science in a variety of areas such as military commun

eparation; procurement, storage, and issuance of pharmaceutical materials and supplies

e sperm banking, patenting bio-genetic organisms

social, emotional and intellectual environment in and of the home and family, and the development of attitudes, knowledge, and ability pertaining to clothing and textiles, ly studies, and institutional management.

uding skills and job attitudes) needed for securing and holding paid employment at the ics education knowledge and skills. Vocational home economics education instructional equirements of the specific vocations. Programs that prepare individuals for paid mists and professionals in fields related to home economics in industry, business, and of the home economics subject matter areas, offered in formal and/or informal settings

of homemaking, emphasizing the acquisition of knowledge and the development of nstruction in consumer education, food and nutrition, family living and parenthood agement), and clothing and textiles; that emphasize the improvement of the home, the dividuals for the multiple roles of homemaker and wage earner.

education; nutrition and foods

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and textiles; home environments

of all home economics areas

and family; housing; management; nutrition; consumer education

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eparation

, foster care/family day care and teacher assistance, often under the supervision of nning and management; safety and behavior guidance; recreational and play activities; personal relationships; and laws, regulations, and policies relating to child-care services

or children; laws, regulations and policies relating to child care services ehavior ; staffing, staff development; working with parents, community agencies and

es; parental involvement; laws, regulation and policies related to family day care services trative and managerial activities

spectrum of clothing, apparel, and textiles management, production, and services, construction and selection; fitting and alterations of ready-to-wear garments; custom

sisting with laundering and dry cleaning of garments; pressing garments; assisting in

ardized sizes; selecting appropriate fabric; cutting of fabric with commercial cutting garments and apparel

and children; using standard or power sewing machines or various hand stitches; laying g fabric pieces together and fitting garments to customers; specific seam finishes for

abric, notions to customer specifications; taking measurements and fitting; preparing

ments for needed alterations; invitations, flowers, linens, and other home accessories; ng attire

arments on customers; planning fashion shows; assisting home sewers with construction and display merchandise

g elementary statistical calculations; comparing test results with samples or prepared es clean

ls used institutional, commercial, or self-owned food establishments or other food serving quantity food and food products; nutritive values; safety and sanitation of food establishments.

nitation; planning, selecting, storing purchasing, preparing and serving quantity food and diets

safety, sanitation; receive, store and issue food y and service monitoring; dining room, bar, and banquet operations

paration and storage of foods; health and safety regulations

d sanitation regulations rdkeeping; emergency procedures

ntary statistical calculations; recording test results; comparing test results with samples or

ervice establishments; planning appetizing and nutritional menus; creating an ng tasks and storage of equipment or food according to health, safety and sanitation

s and equipment. Includes instruction in assisting purchasers in selecting and professional home service directors; making slipcovers, draperies, curtain and window

design rm and use of housing; living space designed to meet family needs

erior designers, decorators, or professional home service directors; slipcovers, draperies, ations

eddings, dinners, banquets, and holiday celebrations; working with consumers, ng and delivering the decorative arrangements

cting draperies, window treatment items, and other home accessories; coordinating

ed; determining cost of materials and labor; constructing various types of draperies and peries or other window treatment fixtures and other materials

easuring and determining cost of materials and labor; identifying and using chemical ds of upholstering, re-upholstering, repairing, and slipcovering g for equipment for maximum consumer satisfaction and energy conservation; planning and other institutions

cutive housekeeping; hotel and/or motel; commercial cleaning; provision of services to ssistance to consumers in decision making in relation to housing, food, clothing,

andards and procedures for housekeeping staff; planning work schedules; making or space; keeping inventories of supplies and equipment; evaluating performance of

nens; preparation and service of meals; safety; keeping house, answering

dvising consumers on the use, care and storage of products and equipment; preparing

sing units and therapy centers; maintaining cleanliness and order in treatment areas

ains to the body of related subject matter, or related courses, organized for the iences involving activities like experimenting, designating, constructing, evaluating, and eaningful occupational choices or which prepare them for entry into advanced trade and

dy of related subject matter, or related courses, organized for the development of tivities such as experimenting, designating, constructing, evaluating, and using tools, al choices or which prepare them for entry into advanced trade and industrial or technical

quipment

nology

rm of legislation, decisions, regulations, and orders, developed and enforced by

on, decisions, regulations, and orders developed and enforced by institutions of

d trips and mock trials

morphology, semantics, sentences, prose and verse, as well as the development of skills nguage. ning the English language. e; spelling

aking skills

on, etc.

cluding Jarrell, Brautigan, Dickey, Updike, etc.

es et design

oetry including Bradstreet, Eliot, etc.

or about this genre of study

man world in English translation.

d on selected dimensions such as genre, theme, literary period, and language source.

ntrast with American and European literature

g, arranging, and developing ideas, and expressing them in appropriate written forms

ding

s

ture as the short story, verse, drama, and others that involve some degree of spontaneity

anguage, its nature, structure, varieties, and development, including especially sound ology), and writing systems.

guage sciences; growth and development of language

of an imaginative or critical character, including biography, criticism, drama, essay,

epresentations s; superstitions

an imaginative or critical character, including biography, drama, essay, criticism, fiction,

ctorian prose and poetry; contemporary British writers

re

on of the patterned use of language for its effects.

stening and the application of forms of argument to testing ideas or reaching decisions.

ting and delivery

verbal skills

cientific, technical, and business paper and monographs.

el remediation; word attack skills; comprehension

nted skills; emphasis on short reading selections, vocabulary from context, and writing

tion; job applications; answering want ads; letters of complaint abulary building; five-paragraph essays; business letters

y development, reading and vocabulary development through literature; resumes and job

nding self and society through an appreciation of the concerns of civilization and our

society through an appreciation of the concerns of civilization and our common heritage.

ubjects

velop, organize, store, retrieve, administer, and facilitate the use of collections of d and recorded materials, specimens, and artifacts.

lop, organize, store, retrieve, administer, and facilitate the use of collections of d and recorded materials, specimens, and artifacts.

d retrieval of public records, documents of historical significance, and other archival

nstruction in principles, systems, processes, and procedures in library operation; library y and retrieval of requested materials; management of books, periodicals, and other s such as library loans; and data-processing implications for automation of records in

ls and libraries.

op, organize, administer, store and retrieve, and facilitate the use of museums and

s.

, reproduction, growth, heredity, evolution, behavior, and distribution of living organisms.

mals

etics

tionships

r; behavior adaptation

mena that result from the interactions among these systems, including energy changes,

y, evolution, and descriptions of plant life.

s, and the molecular structure and processes of living organisms.

protozoans, and certain fungi.

elsewhere in life sciences.

th, heredity, evolution, behavior, and distribution.

system ation

ge and their applications. and their applications. ables and graphs

phs

kills

applications; employment exams

ng with problems of risks in insurance.

stic models.

ships, using rigorously defined literal numerical and operational symbols.

ollege level algebra ons; trigonometric equations

outcomes and the science of collecting, describing, and interpreting numerical data.

etic review; real-life applications; fractions, decimals, and percents; competency test

preparation

s of arithmetic; remedial math for non-English speakers

s of arithmetic; remedial math for non-English speakers

ples of warfare, armed conflict, and defense. Force and all its branches, its rank structure, its customs and traditions, and its

st Guard and all its branches, its rank structure, its customs and traditions, and its

y and all its branches, its rank structure, its customs and traditions, and its importance in

y and Marine Corps and all its branches, its rank structure, its customs and traditions,

e of technical tasks required to keep the armed forces combat ready. Programs stress science in a variety of areas such as military communications and weapons systems.

tasks required to keep the armed forces combat ready. Programs stress specialized, variety of areas such as military communications and weapons systems.

CSSC Code

(xx.xxxxx)

Main Sub Category category Course

Title

Alternate Titles

30

MULTI/INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

30

01

BIOLOGICAL AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES. Science, Basic; Science, General; Science Ideas; Science Workshop; Science, Applied; Physical and Life Science

30 30

01 01

11 Science, Unified 12 College Pre-Science Skills

30 30 30

01 01 01

21 Science Study, Independent 31 Outdoor Education Biological and Physical Sciences, 00 Other

Science Investigations; Science Research Techniques

30 30

02 02

CLINICAL PASTORAL CARE 00 Clinical Pastoral Care, Other ENGINEERING AND OTHER DISCIPLINES 11 Engineering Concepts Engineering and Other 00 Disciplines, Other

30 30 30

03 03 03

30

04

HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

30

04

11 Humanities

People and Their Culture Humanities of Western Civilization

30 30 30 30

04 04 04 04

21 Humanities, European 31 Humanities, American 41 Humanities, African Humanities, Near East and Far 51 East

30

04

Humanities and Social Sciences, 00 Other

30 30

05 05

PEACE STUDIES 00 Peace Studies, Other

30

06

SYSTEMS SCIENCE Science Technology and the Future; History of the Future; Future Worlds Environmental Issues; Human Communities; People Technology and the Environment

30

06

11 Futuristics

30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30

06 06 06 06 06 07 07 07 07 99 99

21 Environmental Science 22 Unused code 23 IB Environmental Studies 31 Energy and Environment 00 Systems Science, Other WOMEN'S STUDIES 11 Women's Studies 21 Women's Studies in Literature 00 Women's Studies, Other MULTIDISCIPLINARY STUDIES, OTHER Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies, 00 Other

Women in American Society

31

PARKS AND RECREATION PARKS AND RECREATION, GENERAL 11 Recreation Aide 21 Search and Rescue Parks and Recreation, Other 00 General OUTDOOR RECREATION

31 31 31 31 31

01 01 01 01 02

31 31 31 31

02 02 03 03

11 Winter/Ski Resort Operation 00 Outdoor Recreation, Other PARKS AND RECREATION MANAGEMENT Parks and Recreation 00 Management, Other

31 31 31 31

04 04 99 99

WATER RESOURCES 00 Water Resources, Other PARKS AND RECREATION, OTHER 00 Parks and Recreation, Other

32 32 32 01 01

32

01

BASIC SKILLS BASIC SKILLS, CAREERS AND EMPLOYMENT So You Want A Job; 01 Unused Code Business Opportunities; Job Entry Training; College and Career 02 Career Preparation Planning; Guidance Vocations, Introduction; Career Development; Work Observational Experience; Career Education; Occupational Exploratory Program Job Entry Advanced Job Training

32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32

01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 02 02 02 02 02 02

03 Career Exploration 04 Work Experience 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 00 Work Experience Cooperative Education 1 Cooperative Education 2 Unused Code Unused Code Unused Code Unused Code Unused Code Unused Code Unused Code Unused Code Unused Code Unused Code Unused Code Unused Code Unused Code Off-Campus Vo Tech Training Unspecified Basic Skills, Career and Employment, Other BASIC SKILLS, GENERAL Resource Room (NON Special Ed) Study Dynamics

01 11

21 Test Taking 31 Individualized Academic Program 00 Basic Skills, General, Other

33

CITIZENSHIP/CIVIC ACTIVITIES

33

01

CITIZENSHIP/CIVIC ACTIVITIES Teacher Assistant; Laboratory Assistant; Teacher Cadet; Office Aide; Instructional Assistant; Clerical Aide; School Service Cheerleading Assembly Peer Tutoring Community Involvement

33 33 33 33 33 33 33 34 34 34 34

01 01 01 01 01 01 01

11 Student Assistant 21 Pep Squad 31 Student Government 41 Tutoring 51 Community Service 61 Unused Code 00 Citizenship/Civic Activities, Other HEALTH RELATED ACTIVITIES

01 01 01

HEALTH RELATED ACTIVITIES 11 Physical and Health Education 7 Physical Education 7 12 Physical and Health Education 8 Physical Education 8 Physical Education 9; Health Safety and 13 Physical and Health Education 9 Physical Education 9 Health Safety and 14 Physical Education 10 Physical Education 10 Health Safety and 15 Physical Education 11 Physical Education 11 Health Safety and 16 Physical Education 12 Physical Education 12 Adaptive Physical Education 210 (Multihandicapped). 21 Physical Education, Adaptive Adaptive Physical Education 212 (Nonregular program) Physical Education - Medically 22 Excused Adaptive Physical Education 290 (Multihandicapped). Adaptive Physical Education 292 (Nonregular program) 31 Health 7 32 Health 8 33 Health 9 34 Health 10 35 Health 11 36 Health 12

34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34

01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01

Health Science 7 Health Science 8 Health Science 9 Health Science 10 Health Science 11 Health Science 12

34

01

37 State Requirements

34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34

01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01

38 Modern Medical Issues 41 Drugs Alcohol and Tobacco 51 Driver Education, Classroom 52 Driver Education, Practice Physical Education Leadership 61 Training 71 Life Saving 81 Safety 91 Sex Education 00 Health-Related Activities, Other

Traffic Safety

Gym Aide

Human Sexuality and Reproduction

35 35 35 35

01 01 01

INTERPERSONAL SKILLS INTERPERSONAL SKILLS 11 Interpersonal Relationships 21 Building Human Relationships

35 35 35

01 01 01

31 Peer Counseling 41 Dropout Prevention 00 Interpersonal Skills, Other LEISURE AND RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES Sports, Individual Sports, Team Gymnastics Drill Team; Band Physical Education; Color Guard Track and Field Aquatics Fitness; Figure Control; Weight Training and Body Development; Physical Training; Self Defense

36 36 36 36 36 36 36

01 01 01 01 01 01 01

11 21 31 41 51 61

36

01

71 Conditioning and Athletics

36 36

01 01

81 Motorcycle Operation 91 Recreational Activities

A vocational Experience

36 36 37

01 01

92 Experiential Outdoor Education Leisure and Recreational 00 Activities, Other PERSONAL AWARENESS.

37

01

PERSONAL AWARENESS. Personal Grooming and Fashion; Personal Management; Personal Culture; Youth and Decisions; Teens Today; Human Studies; Self Development Personal Adjustment Self Image

37 37 37 37

01 01 01 01

11 21 31 00

Personal Development Techniques Coping with Personal Problems Self Perception Personal Awareness, Other

38

PHILOSOPY AND RELIGION

38 38 38

01 01 01

PHILOSOPHY. 11 Philosophy 21 Ethics Systems of Philosophy; Philosophy Seminar English Language, Logic and Reason; Clear Thinking

38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38

01 01 01 01 01 02 02 02

31 Logic 41 Epistemics 42 IB Theory of Knowledge 51 Social Justice Issues 00 Philosophy, Other RELIGION 01 Catholicism, Foundations 02 Who Is Jesus

Peace and Social Justice

Ritual and Symbol Person of Jesus Testaments, Old and New; Christian and Hebrew Scriptures; Bible Studies Moral Thought and Decision Making Christian Sexuality and Marriage; Alternative Christian Lifestyles Comparative Religion and Philosophical Systems

38

02

03 Scripture Moral Issues, Social and 04 Individual Marriage, Life Choices in 05 Christian Living

38

02

38

02

38 38 38 38 38

02 02 02 02 02

06 Comparative Religion 07 Sacraments 08 Eastern Religious Thought 09 Religion and Psychology 10 Western Religions

Religions of the East from Hinduism to Zen Religious Development In the West

38 38 38 38

02 02 02 02

11 Religion and Literature 12 Religion, Introduction 13 Prayer and Liturgy 14 Judaism, Foundations Philosophy of Religion

38 38

02 02

15 Protestantism, Foundations 16 Religious Movements in America

38 38 38 38 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 40

02 02 99 99 01 01 02 02 03 03 04 04 05 05 06 06 06 99 99

17 Islam and the Koran 00 Religion, Other PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION, OTHER Philosophy and Religion, Other THEOLOGY BIBLICAL LANGUAGES Biblical Languages, Other BIBLE STUDIES Bible Studies, Other MISSIONARY STUDIES Missionary Studies, Other RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Religious Education, Other RELIGIOUS MUSIC Religious Music, Other THEOLOGICAL STUDIES Theological Studies Theological Studies, Other THEOLOGY, OTHER Theology, Other PHYSICAL SCIENCES

00

00 00 00 00 00 11 00 00

40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40

01 01 01 01 01 01 02 02 02

PHYSICAL SCIENCES 11 Science 8 21 Physical Science Chemistry and Physics 31 Laboratory Techniques 41 Physical Science, Applied Physical Sciences, Other 00 General ASTRONOMY 11 Astronomy 00 Astronomy, Other

Physical Science 8 Science 9; Chemistry and Physics

40 40

03 03

ASTROPHYSICS 00 Astrophysics, Other

40 40 40

04 04 04

ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES AND METEOROLOGY 11 Meteorology Atmospheric Sciences and 00 Meteorology, Other

40

05

CHEMISTRY Chemistry, General; Chemistry, Fundamentals; Chemistry Concepts; Chemistry, Interdisciplinary Chemistry, College Preparatory; Chemistry, Regents; Chemistry Study Chemistry, Advanced

40

05

11 Chemistry, Introductory

40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40

05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 07 07 07

21 Chemistry 1 22 23 24 25 26 31 41 Chemistry 2 Pre-IB Chemistry 1 IB Chemistry 2 IB Chemistry 3 AP Chemistry Geology Physical Chemistry

Organic Biochemistry

51 Consumer Chemistry 61 Chemistry, Independent Study 00 Chemistry, Other GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES 11 Earth Science Earth Science, College 21 Preparatory 22 AP Environmental Science 31 AP Environmental Science 32 Geology - Field Studies 41 Mineralogy 00 Geological Sciences, Other MISCELLANEOUS PHYSICAL SCIENCES 11 Oceanography Miscellaneous Physical 00 Sciences, Other

Chemistry, Applied

Earth Science 9; Earth Science, General

40

08

PHYSICS

40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 42 42

08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 09 09 09 10 10 99 99

11 Physics, General 21 Physics 1 22 23 24 25 Physics 2 IB Physics AP Physics B AP Physics C: Mechanics AP Physics C: 26 Electricity/Magnetism 31 Physics 2 without Calculus Electricity and Electronics 41 Science 51 Acoustics 00 Physics, Other PLANETARY SCIENCE 11 Rocketry and Space Science 00 Planetary Science, Other AEROSPACE SCIENCE 11 Aerospace Science PHYSICAL SCIENCES, OTHER 00 Physical Sciences, Other SCIENCE TECHNOLOGIES BIOLOGICAL TECHNOLOGIES 00 Biological Technologies, Other NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGIES 11 Radioactivity 00 Nuclear Technologies, Other PHYSICAL SCIENCE TECHNOLOGIES Physical Science Technologies, 00 Other SCIENCE TECHNOLOGIES, OTHER 00 Science Technologies, Other PSYCHOLOGY

Physics Concepts; Physics, Applied Physics, Regents; Physics, College Physics, Advanced; Physics, Honors

Electronics Science Physics of Sound

Space Science

01 01 02 02 02 03 03 99 99

01

PSYCHOLOGY, GENERAL Behavioral Sciences, Introduction; Human Behavior

42 42 42 42 42 42

01 01 01 01 01 01

11 Psychology 12 Psychology, Advanced 13 14 15 00 Abnormal Psychology AP Psychology IB Psychology Psychology, Other General

42 42

02 02

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY 00 Clinical Psychology, Other

42 42 42 42

03 03 03 03

COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY 11 Psychology of Learning 21 Educational Psychology 00 Cognitive Psychology, Other

42 42

04 04

COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY. 00 Community Psychology, Other

42 42

05 05

COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY 00 Comparative Psychology, Other

42 42

06 06

COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY 00 Counseling Psychology, Other DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY 11 Child Psychology 21 Adolescent Psychology 31 Adjustment Psychology Developmental Psychology, 00 Other Adolescent Development

42 42 42 42 42

07 07 07 07 07

42 42

08 08

EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY 00 Experimental Psychology, Other INDUSTRIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY Industrial and Organizational 00 Psychology, Other

42 42

09 09

42 42 42 42

10 10 10 10

PERSONALITY PSYCHOLOGY 11 Historical Personalities and Ideas 21 Humanistic Psychology 00 Personality Psychology, Other PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY.

42

11

42

11

00 Physiological Psychology, Other

42 42

12 12

PSYCHOLINGUISTICS 00 Psycholinguistics, Other

42 42

13 13

PSYCHOMETRICS 00 Psychometrics, Other

42 42 42 42 42

14 14 14 15 15

PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY 11 Psychopharmacology 00 Psychopharmacology, Other QANTITATIVE PSYCHOLOGY 00 Quantitative Psychology, Other

42 42 42 42 42

16 16 16 99 99

SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 11 Social Psychology 00 Social Psychology, Other PSYCHOLOGY, OTHER 00 Psychology, Other

43

PROTECTIVE SERVICES

43 43 43 43

01 01 01 01

CRIMINAL JUSTICE 11 Law Enforcement 21 Law Science 00 Criminal Justice, Other Police Science; Criminal Justice Forensic Studies

43 43 43 43 43

02 02 02 02 03

FIRE PROTECTION 11 Fire Fighting Practices 21 Fire Safety Education 00 Fire Protection, Other SECURITY SERVICES Fire Science

43 43 43

03 99 99

11 Security Guard PROTECTIVE SERVICES, OTHER 00 Protective Services, Other

44

PUBLIC AFFAIRS

44 44

01 01

PUBLIC AFFAIRS, GENERAL 00 Public Affairs, Other General

44 44

02 02

COMMUNITY SERVICES 00 Community Services, Other INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC SERVICE International Public Service, 00 Other

44 44

03 03

44 44

04 04

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 00 Public Administration, Other

44 44

05 05

PUBLIC POLICY STUDIES. 00 Public Policy Studies, Other

44 44

06 06

PUBLIC WORKS 00 Public Works, Other

44 44 44 44 44

07 07 07 99 99

SOCIAL WORK 11 Human Services 00 Social Work, Other PUBLIC AFFAIRS, OTHER 00 Public Affairs, Other

45 45 45 45 45 01 01 01 01

SOCIAL SCIENCES SOCIAL SCIENCES, GENERAL 11 Social Science, Introduction Social Science, Advanced 21 Theory and Research 31 Social Science Seminar Social Studies, Independent 41 Study 00 Social Sciences, Other General Social Studies, Introduction; Social Studies Skills

45 45

01 01

Social Studies, Independent Research; Social Studies, Independent Reading

45 45 45 45 45 45

02 02 02 02 02 02

ANTHROPOLOGY 11 Anthropology 21 Comparative Cultural Patterns 31 Anthropology, Myth and Magic Multicultural Education; Cultural Pluralism

41 Cultural Anthropology, Research Oral History Collection 00 Anthropology, Other

45 45 45

03 03 03

ARCHAEOLOGY 11 Archaeology 00 Archaeology, Other

45

04 04

CRIMINOLOGY 00 Criminology, Other

45 45 45

05 05 05

DEMOGRAPHY 11 Population Education 00 Demography, Other

United States Census

45

06

ECONOMICS Economics 1; Economics, Basic Economics for Today and the Future; Economics 2; American Economy; Free Enterprise; Economics Now; Comparative Economics Consumer and the Economy; Economics and the Consumer Income Taxes

45

06

01 Economics, Theory

45

06

Economics and Economic 02 Problems

45 45 45 45 45

06 06 06 06 06

03 Consumer Economics 04 Filing Your Income Taxes 05 Insurance Theory 06 Investment Economics 07 Television and Economics

45 45 45 45

06 06 06 06

08 Energy Education 09 American Labor History Economics, Analysis and 10 Criticism 11 Economics, College

45 45 45 45 45 45

06 06 06 06 06 06

12 International Economics AP Economics; AP 13 Microeconomics 14 AP Macroeconomics 15 IB Microeconomics 16 IB Macroeconomics 00 Economics, Other

45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45

07 07 07 07 07 07 07 07 07 07 07 07 07

GEOGRAPHY 01 Geography 8 02 Geography, United States 03 Geography, North American 04 World Geography Geography, Western 05 Hemisphere and Africa Cultural and Physical Geography;

06 Geography, Eastern Hemisphere 07 Physical Geography Economic and Political 08 Geography Economic Geography 09 10 11 00 Human and Cultural Geography Field Geography, Honors IB World Geography Geography, Other Man and His Environment

45 45 45 45 45 45 45

08 08 08 08 08 08 08

HISTORY 01 History and Geography 7 02 Our Cultural Heritage 7 03 Social Studies 7, Honors 04 United States History 8 05 Social Studies 8 06 Social Studies 8, Honors State History and United States History, State and Government; State 07 Local History United States History, Advanced 08 Placement US History, Basic; American History, Remedial; US History, Remedial American History and World Background

45 45

08 08

45 45

08 08

09 American History, Basic 10 American History

45 45 45

08 08 08

11 United States History 1 12 United States History 2 13 United States History, Honors

Age of Discovery; Founding of America Modern American History

45 45

08 08

American History, Advanced 14 Placement 15 Westward Movement

United States History, Advanced Placement; American History, College

45 45

08 08

16 Twentieth Century America 17 Twenties and Thirties

Twentieth Century America, Survey; American History, Contemporary Roaring 20's and Depressed 30's America, Post World War; United States History, Recent

45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45

08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08

18 America Since 1945 19 Nineteen Sixties 20 Nineteen Seventies 21 Reform in American History 22 American Inquiries 23 Historic Events, United States American Wars, Causes and 24 Effects 25 Civil War Civil War, Reconstruction and 26 Industrialism 27 War and Modern Consciousness 28 World War II

World Wars; American Wars and Diplomacy

08 08 08 08 08 08

29 United States Military History 1 30 United States Military History 2 31 32 33 34 United States History, Field Study North American History Mexican History South American History Studies; Eye on the World; World History and World Geography and World Cultures; Survey of World Culture; History of World Civilization

45 45 45

08 08 08

35 World History 36 World History, College 37 World History, Modern

Modern World Civilization

45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45

08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08

38 World Civilization, 20th Century World Civilization, 20th Century, 39 Honors 40 Western Civilization 9 41 Western Civilization 9, Honors 42 Western Civilization, History 43 Early Western Civilization Western Civilization, Advanced 44 Placement 44 45 46 47 World History, Advanced Ancient and Classical World Ancient Greek History Rome and Her Empire

Current World History

World Civilization 9 World Civilization 9, Honors European History

World History, Advanced

45 45 45 45 45

08 08 08 08 08

Ancient World History; Development of Civilization; Early World 48 Ancient History and Middle Ages History 49 English History 50 English History, Honors 51 French Revolution, Honors 52 Modern Europe European History, Mid-19th Through Mid-20th Centuries, 53 Advanced 54 European History, 20th Century European History, Advanced 55 Readings 56 European History, Modern 57 Third World History 58 African History Africa, Middle East and Latin 59 America 60 Latin American History 61 Middle East History 62 Israel, History 63 64 65 66 67 Eastern Civilization Far East, History Asian History, Modern Pacific Lands, History Russian History 20th Century Europe

45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45

08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08

Western Civilization, Modern

68 World Leaders, Past and Present 69 Historical Research 70 Pre-IB World History

45 45 45 45 45

08 08 08 08 08

71 IB History Of The Americans IB Twentieth Century World 72 Topics 73 IB History of Europe 74 Pre-IB US History 00 History, Other

45

09

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Foreign Policy Problems; Global Relations

45 45 45 45 45 45 45

09 09 09 09 09 09 09

11 International Relations 21 International Relations, Honors 31 41 51 52 00 International Law Model Security Council, Local Model United Nations, Local Model United Nations, National International Relations, Other

45 45 45

10 10 10

POLITICAL SCIENCE AND GOVERNMENT 01 Civics 02 State and Local Government Community Civics Government and Contemporary American Problems Government; Practical Government; Political Studies; Federal Government; United States Government; Government and Decision Making; United States History and Government Presidential Roles; Constitution and Presidency Rights and Responsibilities; Constitutional History Liberty and the Law Government and Politics; Youth and Local Politics; American Politics; American Political Behavior; Political Issues; American Political Systems

45

10

03 Government, Basic

45

10

04 American Government

45

10

05 Presidency

45 45

10 10

06 Framework of the Constitution 07 Individual vs. State

45 45

10 10

National State and Local 08 Elections Elections, Politics and Morality, 09 Honors

45

10

10 Contemporary World Affairs

Current Events; Current Affairs; Media and Politics; Critical Issues United States as a World Power; American Government in World Affairs Ideas in Conflict Political Studies; Honors

45 45 45

10 10 10

11 American Foreign Policy 12 Decision Making in a Crisis 13 American Heritage, Honors

45

10

Contemporary American Problems; Contemporary American Issues; Contemporary American Political Citizenship; American 14 Issues Problems Contemporary American Political American Problems, 15 Issues, Honors Research American Government and 16 Economics, Basic Today's Problems; Problems of Democracy and Economics; American Institutions; Problems of Democracy

45 45

10 10

45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

American Government and 17 Economics American Government and 18 Economics, Honors Comparative Political Systems, 19 Basic

Comparative Political 20 Comparative World Governments Systems 21 Americanism vs. Communism Americanism vs. Communism, 22 Honors 23 Communism and Its Growth 24 Civics, Honors 25 Writings Influencing Government 26 27 28 29 Government Internship Model Senate Political Leadership Political Science European Civics

45

10

Political Science, Advanced 30 Placement Political Science and Government - Local/Regional 31 Government Field 32 Political Turmoil

45 45

10 10

45 45 45 45 45 45

10 10 10 10 10 10

Contemporary Issues, Basic 33 Skills Pre-IB American 34 Government/Economics AP American Government and 35 Politics AP Comparative Government 36 and Politics 37 IB American Government Political Science and 00 Government, Other

45

11

SOCIOLOGY American Social Problems, 11 Introduction 21 Sociology, General 31 Sociology, Issues Social Problems; Social Issues; Community and Intergroup Relations

45 45 45

11 11 11

45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45

11 11 11 11 11 11 11 12

32 The Poor in America 41 Mobility in Society 51 Violence In America 61 Death and Dying 71 Sociology, Honors 81 Sociology, Research 00 Sociology, Other URBAN STUDIES Urban Social Problems; City in United States History; Urban Environment and Problems; Urban Survival; Urban Studies

45 45 45 45 45

12 12 12 12 99

11 Urban Problems 21 Urban Ecology 31 Technology and Urbanization 00 Urban Studies, Other SOCIAL SCIENCES, OTHER A group of instructional programs in social sciences not described 00 above.

45

99

46

CONSTRUCTION TRADES

46 46

01 01

BRICKMASONRY, STONEMASONRY, AND TILE SETTING 11 Masonry 1 Bricklaying and Masonry 1 Bricklaying and Masonry 2; Masonry, Advanced

46 46 46 46 46

01 01 01 01 01

12 Masonry 2 13 Masonry 3 21 Tile Setting and Plastering 31 Concrete Technician Brickmasonry, Stonemasonry, 00 and Tile Setting, Other

46 46 46 46 46

02 02 02 02 02

CARPENTRY 11 Carpentry 1 12 Carpentry 2 13 Carpentry 3 00 Carpentry, Other ELECTRICAL AND POWER TRANSMISSION INSTALLATION 11 Housewiring 1 12 Housewiring 2 Electric Power and 21 Communications Lineworker Electrical and Power 00 Transmission Installation, Other MISCELLANEOUS CONSTRUCTION TRADES House Construction; Home Mechanics; Building Trades 1; Manufactured Housing Assembly 1 Building Trades 2; Manufactured Housing Assembly 2 Building Trades 3; Manufactured Housing Assembly 3 Residential Wiring Structural Woods; Carpentry, Advanced

46 46 46 46 46

03 03 03 03 03

46

04

46

04

11

Building Construction 1

46

04

12 Building Construction 2

46 46 46 46 46

04 04 04 04 04

13 Building Construction 3 21 Painting and Decorating 22 Flooring Installation 31 Building Maintenance 41 Home Maintenance and Repair

46 46 46

04 04 04

Building Construction 51 Cooperative Education 1 Building Construction 52 Cooperative Education 2 Miscellaneous Construction 00 Trades, Other

Construction Trades Cooperative Education 1 Construction Trades Cooperative Education 2

46 46 46 46 46 46

05 05 05 05 99 99

PLUMBING, PIPEFITTING, AND STEAMFITTING 11 Plumbing 1 12 Plumbing 2 Plumbing, Pipefitting, and 00 Steamfitting, Other CONSTRUCTION TRADES, OTHER 00 Construction Trades, Other

47

MECHANICS AND REPAIRERS

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01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01

ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT REPAIR 11 Small Appliance Repair 21 Radio and TV Repair 1 22 Radio and TV Repair 2 23 Radio and TV Repair 3 24 Telecommunications Technician 31 Appliance Repair 1 32 Appliance Repair 2 41 Vending Machine Repair 51 Business Machine Repair 61 Industrial Electricity 71 Industrial Electronics Food Processing Machine 81 Maintenance Technician/Repair Electrical and Electronics 00 Equipment Repair, Other HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING, AND REFRIGERATION MECHANICS Office Machine Repair Major Appliance Repair Appliance Repair, Advanced Television Repair; Electronic Servicing

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Conditioning; Commercial Air Conditioning, Refrigeration, Heating and Air and Heating Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Air Conditioning, Refrigeration, Refrigeration and Air and Heating, Advanced Conditioning 2 Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heating 3 Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics, Other

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INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR 11 Industrial Mechanics 1 12 Industrial Mechanics 2 21 Diesel Mechanics Industrial Maintenance 31 Mechanics 1 Industrial Maintenance 32 Mechanics 2 Petroleum Drilling Equipment 41 Operation and Maintenance 1 Petroleum Drilling Equipment 42 Operation and Maintenance 2 Petroleum Drilling Equipment 43 Operation and Maintenance 3 Industrial Equipment 00 Maintenance and Repair, Other Refrigeration and Air Conditioning 2

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MISCELLANEOUS MECHANICS AND REPAIRERS 11 Musical Instrument Repair Instrument Maintenance and 21 Repair 31 Shoe Repair and Orthopedics 1 32 Shoe Repair and Orthopedics 2 33 Watch and Clock Repair 34 Bicycle Repair Miscellaneous Mechanics and 00 Repairers, Other STATIONARY ENERGY SOURCES

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Power Conversion 1; Power Technology 1; Energy and Transportation 1 Power Technology 2; Energy and Transportation 2

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Power Mechanics 2 Power Mechanics 3 Power Mechanics 4 Hydraulics and Pneumatics

00 Stationary Energy Sources, Other

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VEHICLE AND MOBILE EQUIPMENT MECHANICS AND REPAIRERS Small Engine Maintenance; Mechanics Trades; Small Gas Engines; Motorcycle and Recreational Vehicle Repair Mechanics Trades, Advanced Auto Repair; Auto Engines; Vehicle Power Automotive Technology; Auto Tune-up Auto Mechanics, Advanced

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11 Small Engine Repair 1 12 Small Engine Repair 2 21 Auto Mechanics 1 22 Auto Mechanics 2 23 Auto Mechanics 3 Auto Mechanics - Cooperative 24 Education 1 Auto Mechanics - Cooperative 25 Education 2

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31 Auto Body 1 32 Auto Body 2 33 Auto Body 3 41 Auto Service 1 42 Auto Service 2 51 Consumer Auto

Auto Body and Fender; Auto Body Repair; Body and Fender Auto Body Repair, Advanced

Auto Maintenance

Auto Owner Maintenance

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61 Airframes 1 62 Airframes 2 71 72 73 74 Aviation Powerplant 1 Aviation Powerplant 2 Aviation Powerplant 3 Aviation Powerplant 4

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Aviation Quality Control 1 Aviation Quality Control 2 Aircraft Sheetmetal 1 Aircraft Sheetmetal 2

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06 99 99

Vehicle and Mobile Equipment 00 Mechanics and Repairers, Other MECHANICS AND REPAIRERS, OTHER 00 Mechanics and Repairers, Other

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PRECISION PRODUCTION

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DRAFTING Drafting 1; Projection Theory; Drafting Fundamentals Drafting 2; Projection, Applied; Drafting, Technical Machine Drawing; Drafting 3; Illustration, Technical

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11 Mechanical Drawing 1

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12 Mechanical Drawing 2

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13 Mechanical Drawing 3 14 Mechanical Drawing 4 21 Architectural Drawing 1 22 Architectural Drawing 2 23 Architectural Drawing 3 24 Architectural Drawing 4 31 Engineering Drawing 1 32 Engineering Drawing 2 41 51 52 00 Blueprint Reading Drafting 1, Cooperative Drafting 2, Cooperative Drafting, Other

Architectural Drafting

Architectural Model Building Engineering Drafting; Engineering Graphics 1 Engineering Graphics 2 Sketching and Blueprint Reading

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GRAPHIC AND PRINTING COMMUNICATIONS 11 Commercial Art 1 Advertising Design

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02 02 02

12 Commercial Art 2 13 Commercial Art, Cooperative 14 Commercial Art 3

Advertising and Illustration, Advanced Advanced Commercial Art Printing, Introduction; Production Printing; Graphic Communications 1 Printing, Advanced; Graphics Communications 2 Printing Production, Cooperative Lettering

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21 Graphic Arts 1

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22 Graphic Arts 2 23 24 31 32 33 Graphic Arts 3 Graphic Arts 4 Sign Painting 1 Sign Painting 2 Sign Painting 3

41 Bindery

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02 02 02 02 03 03 03 03 03 03 03

51 Electronic Composition 61 Copy Editing 71 Desktop Publishing Graphic and Printing 00 Communications, Other LEATHERWORKING AND UPHOLSTERING 11 Leatherwork 1 12 Leatherwork 2 21 Upholstery 22 Upholstery, Advanced 31 Auto Upholstery Leatherworking and 00 Upholstering, Other

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04 04 04 04

PRECISION FOOD PRODUCTION 11 Meatcutting 1 12 Meatcutting 2 00 Precision Food Production, Other

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PRECISION METAL WORK Metal Class; Metal Lab; Metalwork; Metal Trades; Machine Metals Metalwork, Advanced

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11 Metal 1 12 Metal 2

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13 Metal 3 14 Metal 4 21 Welding 1 22 Welding 2 23 Welding 3 24 Welding - Cooperative Education 31 Sheet Metal 1 32 Sheet Metal 2 41 Metal Restoration 51 Foundry 1 52 Foundry 2 00 Precision Metal Work, Other PRECISION WORK, ASSORTED MATERIALS. 11 Plastics 1 12 Plastics 2 21 Space Age Plastics Precision Work, Assorted 00 Materials, Other

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WOODWORKING 11 Woodworking 1 Woodworking, Basic; Wood 1 Wood 2; Machine Woodworking; Wood Products Woodworking, Advanced; Wood 3 Wood 4

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12 Woodworking 2 13 Woodworking 3 14 Woodworking 4 21 Furniture Refinishing 31 Cabinetmaking 1 32 Cabinetmaking 2 00 Woodworking, Other PRECISION PRODUCTION, OTHER 00 Precision Production, Other TRANSPORTATION AND MATERIAL MOVING

Millwork

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AIR TRANSPORTATION

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01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01

11 Aeronautics 1 12 Aeronautics 2 21 22 23 24 31 41 42 00 Aviation Technology 1 Aviation Technology 2 Aviation Technology 3 Aviation Technology 4 Air Travel Service Occupations Aircraft Parts Management 1 Aircraft Parts Management 2 Air Transportation, Other VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT OPERATION 11 Forklift Operator 12 Tractor-Trailer Truck Driving Heavy Vehicle Operation/Earth 13 Moving Equipment 14 Bus Driver/Chauffeur Vehicle and Equipment 00 Operation, Other Aviation, General; Avionics Technology

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03 03 03 03 03 03 03 04

WATER TRANSPORTATION 11 Marine Mechanics, Basic 12 Marine Mechanics, Advanced 21 Boat Building 31 Navigation 41 Aquatic Occupations 00 Water Transportation, Other TRANSPORTATION, GENERAL Marine Engine and Boat Repair 1 Marine Engine and Boat Repair 2

Marine Diving

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Introduction to Transportation 11 Industry

Transportation Technology 1

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12 Transportation Technology 2 21 Transportation/Traffic Technician TRANSPORTATION AND MATERIAL MOVING, OTHER Transportation and Material 00 Moving, Other

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VISUAL AND PERMORMING ARTS VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS, GENERAL 11 Aesthetics Visual and Performing Arts, 00 Other General CRAFTS 11 Crafts 7 12 Crafts 8 13 Crafts 9 Creative Crafts 9 Creative Crafts 10; Applied Art 10; Home Decorative Crafts 1 Creative Crafts 11; Applied Art 11; Home Decorative Crafts 2 Creative Crafts 12; Applied Art 12 Creative Crafts 11, Advanced; Design Crafts 11, Advanced Art/Music/Drama/Dance Survey

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14 Crafts 10

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15 Crafts 11 16 Crafts 12

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21 22 31 41 51 52 53 54 61 62 63 64 65

Crafts 11, Advanced Crafts 12, Advanced Decorator Crafts Enameling Jewelry 1 Jewelry 2 Jewelry 3 Jewelry 4 Ceramics Ceramics Ceramics Ceramics Ceramics 7 8 9 10 11

Art Metals Art Metals 2 Art Metals 3 Art Metals 4

Pottery 10 Pottery 11 Pottery 12 Art Textiles, Fiber Design; Weaving and Dyeing

66 Ceramics 12

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02 02 02 02 02

71 Textile Design 81 Model Building 91 Printmaking 1 92 Printmaking 2 00 Crafts, Other

Printer's Ink

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03 03

DANCE 11 Modern Dance for Beginners 9 Rhythm and Dance 9

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03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03

Creative Dance 10; 12 Modern Dance for Beginners 10 Rhythm and Dance 10 Creative Dance 11; 13 Modern Dance for Beginners 11 Rhythm and Dance 11 Creative Dance 12; 14 Modern Dance for Beginners 12 Rhythm and Dance 12 21 Modern Dance 9, Intermediate 22 Modern Dance 10, Intermediate 23 Modern Dance 11, Intermediate 24 Modern Dance 12, Intermediate 31 Dance 9, Advanced 32 Dance 10, Advanced 33 Dance 11, Advanced 34 Dance 12, Advanced 41 Performing Dance Group 9 42 Performing Dance Group 10 43 Performing Dance Group 11 44 Performing Dance Group 12 51 Ballet and Jazz for Beginners 9 52 Ballet and Jazz for Beginners 10 53 Ballet and Jazz for Beginners 11 54 61 71 81 00 Ballet and Jazz for Beginners 12 Ethnic Dance Folk Dance Square Dance Aerobic Dance Dance, Other

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11 21 31 00

DESIGN Graphic Design Theater Makeup Lighting Fundamentals, Theater Design, Other

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05 05

DRAMATIC ARTS 11 Stagecraft 9 Acting Fundamentals 9; Theater Arts 1 Stage Design and Stagecraft 10; Play Production 10; Dramatics 10; Acting Fundamentals 10 Dramatics 11; Theater Projects 11; Theater Production 11; Acting Fundamentals 11; Play Production 11; Acting Workshop

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12 Stagecraft 10

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13 Stagecraft 11

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14 21 31 41 51 61 71 00

Stagecraft 12 Improvisation and Mime Playwriting Theater Practicum Contract Drama, History Drama, Independent Study IB Theater Dramatic Arts, Other FILM ARTS

Dramatics 12; Theater Projects 12; Acting Fundamentals 12; Play Production 12; Theater Workshop 12

11 Film Study 12 Language of the Cinema

Film Criticism; Film Appreciation

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06 06 06 06 06 06

21 Photography 10 22 Photography 11, Elementary 23 Photography 12, Elementary 31 Photography 11, Advanced 32 Photography 12, Advanced 00 Film Arts, Other Visual Composition

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07 07 07

FINE ARTS 01 Fine Arts 7 02 Fine Arts 8 Art 7 Art 8 Survey Media; Studio in Art; Fine Arts Studio; Studio Art Laboratory; Arts and Crafts Studio Art 9 Art 10 Art 11 Art 12 Senior Studio Art School Beautification 10 School Beautification 11 School Beautification 12 Drawing and Painting; Two Dimensional Design; Drawing and Color; Drawing Techniques

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07 07 07 07 07 07 07 07 07 07

03 04 05 06 07 08 09 11 12 13

Art, General Art 1 Art 2 Art 3 Art 4 Art 1, Independent Study Art 2, Independent Study Art Services 10 Art Services 11 Art Services 12

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07 07 07

14 Drawing 15 Painting 1 16 Painting 2

50 50 50

07 07 07

17 Watercolor 1 18 Cartooning 19 Mural Painting

Watercolor Painting; Watercolors and Airbrush

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07 07 07 07 07 07 07 07 07 07 07 07 07 07 07 07 07 07 07

20 Sculpture 21 Silk Screen 22 Assemblage 23 Product Design 24 Life Drawing 25 Calligraphy 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 00 Art History and Appreciation Black Fine Arts Mexico, Fine Arts Bicultural Art Artist in Residence Program Ethnic Art History Art As A Multicultural Study AP Art History AP Studio Art/General AP Studio Art/Drawing IB Art Studies IB Art Studio Fine Arts, Other

Three Dimensional Art; Three Dimensional Design; Wood and Stone Carving; Plastic Arts

Design; Color and Design Figure Drawing; Portraiture

Arts and the Masters

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08 08 08 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09

GRAPHIC ARTS TECHNOLOGY 11 Computer Graphics Design 00 Graphic Arts Technology, Other MUSIC 01 Music 7 02 Music 8 03 Band 7 04 Band 7, Advanced 05 Band 8 06 Band 8, Advanced 07 Band 9 Computer Art

Music, Introduction

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09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09

08 Band 9, Advanced 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Band, Concert Band, Marching Band, Symphonic Orchestra 7 Orchestra 7, Advanced Orchestra 8 Orchestra 8, Advanced Orchestra 9 Orchestra 9, Advanced Orchestra 10 Orchestra 11 Orchestra 12 Instrumental String Class Brass and Percussion Class Wind Ensemble Woodwind Class Electronic Music, Introduction Ensemble, Instrumental Guitar, Beginning Guitar, Intermediate Guitar, Advanced Handbells Piano 1 Piano 2 Organ Music Lessons, Applied

Senior Band Front

Concert Orchestra Symphonic Orchestra

Brasswind

Stage Band; Music on Stage; Jazz Ensemble

Keyboard

35 Chorus 7 36 Chorus 7, Advanced 37 Chorus 8 38 Chorus 8, Advanced 39 Chorus 9 40 Chorus 9, Advanced 41 Chorus 10 42 Chorus 10, Advanced 43 Chorus 11 44 Chorus 11, Advanced 45 Chorus 12 46 Chorus 12, Advanced Madrigal Singers; Concert Chorale; Glee Club; Pop Rock Ensemble; Barbershop Octet; Chamber Singers; A Capella Choir

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48 Voice Class 49 Harmony and Composition 50 Arranging 51 Conducting 52 Music Theory 53 Music History 7 54 Music History 8 55 Music History 9 56 Music History 10 57 Music History 11 58 Music History 12 59 Music Literature 9 60 Music Literature 10 61 Music Literature 11 62 Music Literature 12 63 Music Appreciation 64 Folk Music, Ethnic

Ear Training and Sight Singing Composition, Musical Orchestration

Musicianship

Music Through the Ages Contemporary Music 9; Pop Music History 9 Contemporary Music 10; Pop Music History 10 Contemporary Music 11; Pop Music History 11 Contemporary Music 12; Pop Music History 12 Traditional Music 9, Survey Traditional Music 10, Survey Traditional Music 11, Survey Traditional Music 12, Survey Adventures in Listening

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65 Music Theater

American Musical Theater; Jazz and Stage Ensemble; Mixed Ensembles (Instrumental/Vocal) Theater Music Workshop Symphony and Lecture Series; Music Reading and Conference

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09 09 09 09 09 99 99 01 01 01

66 Music, Independent Study Music Laboratory, General 67 Survey 68 IB Music 69 AP Music Theory 00 Music, Other VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS, OTHER Visual and Performing Arts, 00 Other 01 Executive Internship 02 Executive Internship 2 03 International Careers Internship

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SPECIAL EDUCATION -

FUNCTIONAL MATH, LANGUAGE ARTS, LIFE SKILLS, HEALTH, SCIENCE

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1 10 10 11 11 12 12 2 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 21 21 22 22 23 23 24 24 3 30 30 31 31 32

FUNCTIONAL MATH 01 General Math Skills Functional Math Skills, not for 09 credit 01 Functional Consumer Math Functional Consumer Math, not 09 for credit 01 Functional Vocational Math Functional Vocational Math, not 09 for credit FUNCTIONAL ENGLISH 11 Functional Language Arts Functional Language Arts 1, not 19 for credit 21 Functional Language Arts 2 Functional Language Arts 2, not 29 for credit 31 Functional Language Arts 3 Functional Language Arts 3, not 39 for credit 41 Functional Language Arts 4 Functional Language Arts 4, not 49 for credit 51 Functional Vocational English Functional Vocational English, 59 not for credit 01 Functional Reading 09 Functional Reading, not for credit 01 Functional Oral Communication Functional Oral Communication, 09 not for credit 01 Functional Writing 09 Functional Writing, not for credit 01 Functional Academics Functional Academics, not for 09 credit FUNCTIONAL LIFE SKILLS Activities of Daily And Family 01 Living Activities of Daily and Family 09 Living, not for credit 01 Social/Behavioral Skills Social/Behavioral Skills, not for 09 credit Functional Leisure And 01 Recreational Skills

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32 33 33 34 34 4 40 40

Functional Leisure and 09 Recreational Skills, not for credit 01 Functional Health 09 Functional Health, not for credit 01 Functional Transition Skills Functional Transition Skills, not 09 for credit FUNCTIONAL SCIENCE AND SOCIAL STUDIES 01 Functional Science 09 Functional Science, not for credit

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01 Functional Social Skills Functional Social Studies, not for 09 credit Handicapped Developmental 01 Support Services Handicapped Developmental 09 Support Services, not for credit SPECIAL EDUCATION VOCATIONAL, CAREER PREPARATION, CAREER EXPLORATION CAREER PREPARATION/EXPLORATION General Prevocational 01 Preparation General Prevocational 09 Preparation, not for credit 01 Career Exploration 09 Career Exploration, not for credit

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01 General Work-Study/Experience General Work-Study/Experience, 09 not for credit 01 General Work Experience General Work Experience, not for 09 credit Combined Vocational/Academic 01 Preparation Combined Vocational/Academic 09 Preparation, not for credit AGRICULTURE

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11 General Agriculture 1 General Agriculture 1, not for 19 credit 21 General Agriculture 2 General Agriculture 2, not for 29 credit 31 General Agriculture 3 General Agriculture 3, not for 39 credit 11 Animal Care 1 19 Animal Care 1, not for credit 21 Animal Care 2 29 Animal Care 2, not for credit 11 Plant Care 1 19 Plant Care 1, not for credit 21 Plant Care 2 29 Plant Care 2, not for credit 11 Agricultural Mechanics 1 Agricultural Mechanics 1, not for 19 credit 21 Agricultural Mechanics 2 Agricultural Mechanics 2, not for 29 credit 11 Agricultural Work Study Agricultural Work Study, not for 19 credit 11 Agricultural Work Experience Agricultural Work Experience, not 19 for credit BUSINESS AND OFFICE 11 General Office Practice 1 General Office Practice 1, not for 19 credit 21 General Office Practice 2 31 General Office Practice 3 11 Office Machines 1 21 Office Machines 2 11 Business Word Study 1 21 Business Work Study 2 11 Business Work Experience 1 21 Business Work Experience 2 HEALTH OCCUPATIONS 11 General Health Occupations 1

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General Health Occupations 1, 19 not for credit 21 General Health Occupations 2 General Health Occupations 2, 29 not for credit 31 General Health Occupations 3 General Health Occupations 3, 39 not for credit Health Occupations Work Study 11 1 Health Occupations Work Study 19 1, not for credit Health Occupations Work Study 21 2 Health Occupations Work Study 29 2, not for credit Health Occupations Work 11 Experience 1 Health Occupations Work 19 Experience 1, not for credit Health Occupations Work 21 Experience 2 Health Occupations Work 29 Experience 2, not for credit HOME ECONOMICS 11 General Home Economics 1 General Home Economics 1, not 19 for credit 21 General Home Economics 2 General Home Economics 2, not 29 for credit 31 General Home Economics 3 General Home Economics 3, not 39 for credit 11 Child Development 1 Child Development 1, not for 19 credit Child Development 2, not for 29 credit 21 Child Development 2 11 Clothing And Textiles 1 Clothing and Textiles 1, not for 19 credit 21 Clothing And Textiles 2 Clothing and Textiles 2, not for 29 credit

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43 43 43 43 44 44 44 44 45 45 45 45 5 50 50 50 50 50 50 6 61 61 61 61

11 Food And Nutrition 1 Food and Nutrition 1, not for 19 credit 21 Food And Nutrition 2 Food and Nutrition 2, not for 29 credit Food and Nutrition 2, not for 11 credit Home Economics Work Study 1, 19 not for credit 21 Home Economics Work Study 2 Home Economics Work Study 2, 29 not for credit Home Economics Work 11 Experience 1 Home Economics Work 19 Experience 1, not for credit Home Economics Work 21 Experience 2 Home Economics Work 29 Experience 2, not for credit INDUSTRIAL ARTS 11 General Industrial Arts 1 General Industrial Arts 1, not for 19 credit 21 General Industrial Arts 2 General Industrial Arts 2, not for 29 credit 31 General Industrial Arts 3 General Industrial Arts 3, not for 39 credit SERVICE OCCUPATIONS 11 Cosmetology/Barber 1 Cosmetology/Barber 1, not for 19 credit 21 Cosmetology/Barber 2 Cosmetology/Barber 2, not for 29 credit Custodial And Housekeeping 11 Services 1 Custodial and Housekeeping 19 Services 1, not for credit Custodial And Housekeeping 21 Services 2 Custodial and Housekeeping 29 Services 2, not for credit 11 Food Services 1

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19 Food Services 1, not for credit 21 Food Services 2 29 Food Services 2, not for credit 11 Miscellaneous Services 1 Miscellaneous Services 1, not for 19 credit 21 Miscellaneous Services 2 Miscellaneous Services 2, not for 29 credit Service Occupations Work Study 11 1 Service Occupations Work Study 19 1, not for credit Service Occupations Work Study 21 2 Service Occupations Work Study 29 2, not for credit Service Occupations Work 11 Experience 1 Service Occupations Work 19 Experience 1, not for credit Service Occupations Work 21 Experience 2 Service Occupations Work 29 Experience 2, not for credit PRECISION PRODUCTION Graphic And Printing 11 Communications 1 Graphic And Printing 19 Communications 1, not for credit Graphic And Printing 21 Communications 2 Graphic And Printing 29 Communications 2, not for credit 11 Leatherwork And Upholstery 1 Leatherwork And Upholstery 1, 19 not for credit 21 Leatherwork And Upholstery 2 Leatherwork And Upholstery 2, 29 not for credit 11 Meatcutting 1 19 Meatcutting 1, not for credit 21 Meatcutting 2 29 Meatcutting 2, not for credit Precision Production Work Study 11 1 Precision Production Work Study 19 1, not for credit

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Precision Production Work Study 21 2 Precision Production Work Study 29 2, not for credit Precision Production Work 11 Experience 1 Precision Production Work 19 Experience 1, not for credit Precision Production Work 21 Experience 2 Precision Production Work 29 Experience 2, not for credit TRADES AND INDUSTRIAL CONSTRUCTION 11 General Construction Trades 1 General Construction Trades 1, 19 not for credit 21 General Construction Trades 2 General Construction Trades 2, 29 not for credit 31 General Construction Trades 3 General Construction Trades 3, 39 not for credit Brickmasonry, Stonemasonry, 11 And Tile Setting 1 Brickmasonry, Stonemasonry, 19 And Tile Setting 1, not for credit Brickmasonry, Stonemasonry, 21 And Tile Setting 2 Brickmasonry, Stonemasonry, 29 And Tile Setting 2, not for credit 11 19 21 29 Carpentry 1 Carpentry 1, not for credit Carpentry 2 Carpentry 2, not for credit

11 Plumbing 1 19 Plumbing 1, not for credit 21 Plumbing 2 29 Plumbing 2, not for credit Construction Trades Work Study 11 1 Construction Trades Work Study 19 1, not for credit Construction Trades Work Study 21 2 Construction Trades Work Study 29 2, not for credit Construction Trades Work 11 Experience 1

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Construction Trades Work 19 Experience 1, not for credit Construction Trades Work 21 Experience 1 Construction Trades Work 29 Experience 2, not for credit MECHANICS AND REPAIRERS 11 Auto Service 1 19 Auto Service 1, not for credit

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90 90 91 91 91 91

21 Auto Service 2 29 Auto Service 2, not for credit 11 Auto Service, Work Experience 1 Auto Service, Work Experience 19 1, not for credit 21 Auto Service, Work Experience 2 Auto Service, Work Experience 29 2, not for credit SPECIAL EDUCATION RESOURCE CURRICULUM SUBJECT AREA SERVICES 012 Resource Language Arts/English Developmental English 022 2/Resource ESE AAP English 2 Developmental English 032 3/Resource ESE AAP English 3 Developmental English 042 4/Resource ESE AAP English 4 Developmental English 092 4/Resource ESE AAP English 4 102 Special Education Reading 112 Resource Writing Resource Reading, not taken for 192 credit 202 Special Education Writing 212 Resource Writing Resource Room English 2 222 (Special Education) 292 Resource Writing, not for credit 002 Special Education Language Arts 012 Resource General Math Resource General Math, not for 092 credit

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112 Resource Vocational Math Resource Vocational Math, not 192 for credit 212 Resource Consumer Math Resource Consumer Math, not 292 for credit 002 Special Education Math RESOURCE VOCATIONAL COURSES Resource Career 012 Exploration/Pre-Vocational Skills Resource Career Exploration/Prevocational Skill, 092 not for credit 112 Resource Transition Skills Resource Transition Skills, not 192 for credit 012 Resource General Science Resource General Science, not 092 for credit Special Education General 002 Science 012 Resource Social Studies Resource Social Studies, not for 092 credit 002 Special Education Social Studies GENERAL RESOURCE SERVICES 012 General Tutorial Services General Tutorial Services, not for 092 credit 012 Resource Study Skills Resource Study Skills, not for 092 credit 012 School and Social Survival Skills School and Social Survival Skills, 092 not for credit 012 Resource Survival Skills Resource Survival Skills, not for 092 credit Handicap Specific Support 012 Services Handicap Specific Support 092 Services, not for credit

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Description

A summary of groups of instructional programs, the components of which, derive from two or more separate conventional academic Instructional programs A group of instructional programs that describe either a general synthesis of one or more of the biological and physical sciences (for example, applied science or general science), or a specialization which draws from the biological and physical sciences (for example, environmental science/studies).

survey course; life sciences; chemistry; physics; multidisciplinary approach; simplified approach problem solving, lab techniques, scientific reading and writing; college preparatory skills and concepts individualized science study; discovery learning; hypothesis development; independent field research resident camp; environmental study; science field experiences; interdisciplinary approach

A group of instructional programs that describe the methods, theories, and techniques of providing care and counseling through the relationship of theology to the practice of the ministry. A group of instructional programs that describe either a general synthesis of one or more of the engineering and other disciplines (for example, engineering and mathematics, or engineering and physics), or a specialization which draws from engineering and other disciplines introduction to the engineering approach; technical problem solving; mathematical modeling; bridge building; environmental control

A group of instructional programs that describe either a general synthesis of one or more of the humanities and social sciences (for example, humanities), or a specialization which draws from the humanities and social sciences (for example, behavioral science, classical civilization, or human development integration of history and literature; combination of literature, music and art of a selected period; interdisciplinary study of social sciences, anthropology, geography, history, psychology art, philosophy, music, literature integration; nationalistic, humanitarian, political, technological revolutions through art, music, literature of past 200 years in Europe art, philosophy, music, literature of the Americas art, philosophy, music, literature, history of Africa; Interdisciplinary study art, philosophy, music, literature, history of the Near and Far East; interdisciplinary study

A group of instructional programs that describe the peace development process including the analysis of peace and war systems, disputed settlement techniques, social movements, working for creative change, world order studies, and conflict analysis and regulation A group of instructional programs that describe a multidisciplinary approach to the study of innate complexity which by synthesizing systemic findings from the natural, social, technological, behavioral and life sciences and other specialized fields brings holistic perspectives to the solution of problems within a general context

impact of science and technology; future man; political, social economic issues; man machine interaction; forecasting

water pollution; conservation; forestry; air pollution

energy courses; energy conservation; energy utilization; environmental issues; alternative energy sources A group of instructional programs that describe the history, society, politics, culture, and economics of women role of American woman; colonial period to the present; women in art, literature, business, politics, education, science the study of fiction and non-fiction by and about women

MULTIDISCIPLINARY STUDIES, OTHER

A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe the principles and procedures of providing parks and recreational facilities and services for the benefit of the general public. A group of instructional programs that generally describe the principles and procedures of providing parks and recreational facilities and services for the benefit of the general public recreation program assistance instruction in wilderness search and rescue techniques; basic first aid;

A group of instructional programs that describe the establishing, maintaining, and operating of recreational facilities entry-level skills in ski resort operation; equipment care and rental procedures; lift operation; food and beverage service; scheduling and reservations A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to plan and maintain recreational facilities and programs for public or private agencies.

A group of instructional programs that describe the physical, biological, and social sciences and practices, which are essential to the understanding, and management of water resources for optimum yield and use, as well as conservation.

A group of instructional programs in parks and recreation not described above. A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe the fundamental career and employment skills a person in normally thought to need in order to function productively in society. A group of instructional programs that describe the

fundamental career and employment sk

job application; interviewing; promotional opportunities; work ethic; test taking; educational requirements

business community exploration; career observation unpaid experiences; site visits; career planning employment skills; vocational instruction; job placement; unpaid experiences; short-term training advanced experiences; vocational instruction; job placement; unpaid experiences; employment skills; short term training paid vocational training; full learning experience; job placement advanced experience; paid vocational training

study skill improvement; notetaking; research paper preparation general preparation for state competency exams in math, science, English, reading, writing, SAT, ACT dropout prevention, college preparation, tutorial assistance, e.g. project AVID

A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe how individuals can facilitate governmental functions and contribute to the well-being of their community through civic action. A group of instructional programs that describe how individuals can facilitate governmental functions and contribute to the well-being of their community through civic action.

school service; background enrichment; teacher support; bulletin board maintenance rallies; competitions; athletic event performance school communications; school activities; class representation practical tutoring experience; assisting classmates; class environment development; materials production volunteer program; community agencies; experiential learning

A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe the promotion of the health of individuals. A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe the promotion of the health of individuals health attitudes; safety; sportsmanship; team play health attitudes; safety; sportsmanship; team play

dual sports; team sports; skill mastery; game rules individual lifetime sports; physical fitness; group sports individual lifetime sports; physical fitness; group sports individual lifetime sports; physical fitness; group sports non-regular program; muscle imbalance; posture problems; breathing problems; motor disabilities non-regular program; muscle imbalance; posture problems; breathing problems; motor disabilities muscle imbalance; posture problems; breathing problems; motor disabilities; limited to students with IEPs credit granted to a student who is excused from PE for medical reasons (nonhandicapped) Non regular program adapted for students with moderate to severe cognitive and physical handicaps; limited to students with EPS muscle imbalance; posture problems; breathing problems; motor disabilities; limited to students with IEPs; not for credit. body care; disease prevention; body functions; narcotics; safety practices body care; disease prevention; body functions; narcotics; safety practices body care; disease prevention; body functions; narcotics; safety practices body care; disease prevention; body functions; narcotics; safety practices body care; disease prevention; body functions; narcotics; safety practices body care; disease prevention; body functions; narcotics; safety practices

combination course that can include driver's education, sex education, drugs/alcohol/ tobacco information that will enable students to become better health service consumers; medical practitioners; hospitals; health insurance; emergency response drug education; narcotics; alcoholism; tobacco use safe driving theory; in class study; driving hazards behind the wheel experience; safety practices combined class and behind the wheel instruction child development; health education; physical education; teaching techniques swimming rescues; equipment rescues; respiratory emergencies safety practices; daily living situation human physiology; reproduction; family planning A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe how to effectively live and interact with others, social organization, being a congenial friend and companion, establishing courses of action for others, and influencing others to follow. personal roles; individuals in society values clarification; communication skills; meeting individual and shared goals and needs students serve as leaders with individuals or in peer counseling groups to work on problem solving, mutual support, values clarification, counseling, networking communities/cities in schools

A group of instructional programs that describe the development of an appreciation for and competency in recreational and leisure-related activities. badminton; tennis; skiing; surfing; golf; wrestling basketball; volleyball; hockey; baseball; football soccer tumbling; floor exercise; heavy apparatus precision marching; choreography; rhythm; flag corps running; jumping; throwing; cross country water activities; synchronized swimming; scuba

physical training; weight training; rope skipping; figure toning; conditioning; self defense

motorcycling; safety practices; recreational cycling outdoor hobbies; camping; hiking; survival skills outdoor leadership training, using the urban community or wilderness as a classroom for various subject area instruction; includes programs like Outdoor School, Outward Bound

A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe a person's self-perception, values, attitudes, beliefs, and emotional responses

A group of instructional programs that describe a person's self-perception, values, attitudes, beliefs, and emotional responses.

personal awareness; beauty techniques; self confidence; goal setting; time management adjusting to problems; divorce; stress; test anxiety; sexual relations building a positive self image; barriers

A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe the critical examination of the categories for describing reality, the nature and contexts of human experience, the methodology of rational inquiry and criteria of practice philosophy; and the investigation of organized forms, beliefs, and practices related to eternal principles or transcendent spiritual entities (Religion) A group of instructional programs that describe the basic truths and principles of being, and of knowledge, or conduct in such fields as ethics, metaphysics, and logic. elementary logic; study of famous philosophers; Plato; Aristotle; Descartes study of what is right or good conduct principles of argumentation and logical reasoning; analysis and interpretation of data criticism of the way one observes, listens, reads, thinks, talks study of social issues; nursing homes; mentally impaired treatment; pre-schools and child care A group of instructional programs that describe the origin, histories, organized forms, beliefs, worship, and practices of specific religions doctrine development; church history study of the life of Christ; Gospels

life of Christ; Old Testament and New Testament, analysis and interpretation study of Judeo-Christian principles and ways of making decisions; social issues such as nuclear power, civil rights, aging; individual rights such as sexuality, drug and alcohol use

marriage contracts as espoused in Christianity

comparison of Hindu, Buddhist, Islamic, Judaic, Christian values and beliefs study of Baptism; Confirmation; Eucharist; Penance; Ordination; Marriage; Extreme Unction history, beliefs, practices interrelationship of religion and psychology study of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam history, beliefs, practices

study of religious themes in literature study of religion as a human phenomenon; skills with which to study a religion; nature and practice of developing a personal faith study of role of personal and corporate worship experiences doctrine development; Jewish history and philosophy historical overview of the development of various sects of protestantism, beginning with the reformation; doctrine and practice of specific denominations historical study of the development of various religious sects in America, 1700 through the present Mohammed and the birth and development of Islam around the world; the seven pillars of Islam and the philosophy of the Koran; Shiites, Sunnites and modern fundamentalism; reactionary groups and world politics A group of instructional programs in philosophy and religion not described above.

study of Christian and Jewish theologians

A summary of instructional programs that describe inanimate objects, processes of matter, energy, and associated phenomena. A group of instructional programs that generally describe the major topics, concepts, processes, and interrelationships of nonliving matter and associated phenomena. basic physical science; chemistry; physics; laboratory experimentation introductory course; basic scientific principles; chemistry; physics; structure of matter; scientific observation career oriented; chemistry; physics; laboratory experimentation non-college oriented; practical applications; chemistry; physics

A group of instructional programs that describe matter and energy in the universe, including the solar system, stars, galaxies, and nebulae. astronomical principles; stars; planets; galaxies A group of instructional programs that describe the physical and chemical composition of celestial bodies, and of the interactions between matter and radiation within celestial bodies and in interstellar space

A group of instructional programs that describe the chemical and physical properties of the mass of air surrounding the earth, and weather, including air masses and their motions, temperature, atmospheric pressure, clouds, and precipitation, and their relatively short-term interrelation on local, regional, and global scales weather; atmosphere; clouds; frontal weather conditions

A group of instructional programs that describe the micro and macro structure of matter, of the changes matter undergoes, of the energy involved in these changes, and of the models that interpret and the theories and laws that describe these phenomena

survey course; changes in composition; mole concept; oxidation and reduction; laboratory experiments; practical approach

college prep; problem solving techniques; bonding; equilibrium; equation college level; structure of matter; chemical kinetics; solution chemistry; laboratory techniques

carbon compounds; stereochemistry; organic reactions; proteins synthetic materials; industry and environment; household chemicals; consumer applications advanced chemistry; independent projects A group of instructional programs that describe the history of the earth and other celestial bodies especially as recorded in rocks survey course; geology; astronomy; meteorology; fossils accelerated course; earth environment; continental development; sedimentation; climate systems erosion; glaciation; mountain formation; diastrophism local/regional field study of geological formations minerals study; rock formation; field experiences A group of instructional programs that describe specialized areas of the physical sciences not reflected in the other physical sciences groupings ocean landscapes; waves; currents; ocean ecology; estuaries

A group of instructional programs that describe the physical properties and interactions of matter and energy, including equilibrium, power, wave phenomena, mechanics, heat, electricity, magnetism, sound, light, special relatively, and the particular nature of matter

survey course; motion; energy; gravity; major concepts in physics mechanics; wave motion; nuclear physics; electricity; energy; problem solving advanced course; mechanics; electricity; waves; vector analysis; astrophysics

advanced course; mechanics, electricity, waves; vector analysis; astrophysics; no calculus required science oriented course; electrical and electronic theory; electromagnetism; power supplies sound and wave theory; nature of sound; amplification A group of instructional programs that describe the geology of planets other than the earth. rocket flight; space travel; planetary geology

study of air travel; basic principles of flight and evolution of flight technology A group of instructional programs in the physical sciences not described above.

causes and effects of radioactivity; fission and fusion reactions

A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe the behavior and experience of people. A group of instructional programs that describe the behavior and experience of people. introduction to behavior; personality; mental illness; intelligence; sensation; culture in-depth study; learning; mental health; social psychology etiology of mental illness; criteria of abnormality; individual and social causes of psychopathology; treatment and personal adjustment

A group of instructional programs that describe the application of appropriate methods and theories selected from psychology and other fields as they relate to dealing with the troubled person A group of instructional programs that describe the acquisition and recall of new behaviors, and of the processes of learning new activities, and of retaining them through time. verbal/conceptual growth; conditioning; modeling; theories of learning theories of education and learning; learning techniques A group of instructional programs that describe the theory and practice of using psychologists, and psychological facts in psychological work not in the academic, school, and clinical contexts, but rather in the broader social community, working with private and public organizations A group of instructional programs that describe the behavior of members of particular species, and the relationship of behaviors of the species to their evolutionary origins A group of instructional programs that describe the theory and practice of systematically selecting the facts and theories of psychology with the intent of advising people about their problems A group of instructional programs that describe progressive changes in behavioral processes of individuals as a function of aging through the life span, from conception to death perceptual, cognitive, linguistic, social and personality development; birth through childhood maturation; psycho-physiological changes change and behavior; stress management; developmental adjustments

A group of instructional programs that describe the general body of methods, data, and laws that have been derived by scientific research, including theoretical and systematic points of view applicable to the prediction, control, and understanding of the behavior of individual human organisms and other species

A group of instructional programs that describe the application of psychological knowledge and methodology to specific work-related problems in industry and government

A group of instructional programs that describe the unique organization of the fairly permanent characteristics that set the individual apart from other individuals and, at the same time, determine how other respond to that person great personalities; greatness characteristics; human potential; psychohistory theories of personal growth; self-development; self-image and behavior A group of instructional programs that describe the processes that determine what actions will occur at a particular time, and the strength or precision with which those actions will occur

A group of instructional programs that describe the psychology of language, including the behavior processes that enter into the generation of speech and writing, and the understanding of both spoken and written languages A group of instructional programs that describe the mathematical and statistical procedures used in psychological test construction and validation, and of the general problems of the measurement of behavior A group of instructional programs that describe the changes in behavior that occur as a function of drug-ingestion, and the psychological processes associated with such changes, including altered states of consciousness and addiction drugs; neurophysiological aspects; pharmacochemical aspects; nervous system; chemical foundations of behavior A group of instructional programs that describe the application of mathematical and statistical models and methodology in psychology

A group of instructional programs that describe the behavior of the individual as a member of a group, and of the processes of associating individuals together study of the individual in a social context; interpersonal interaction A group of instructional programs in psychology not described above. A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe the principles and procedures for providing police, fire and other safety services, and for managing penal institutions A group of instructional programs that describe the principles and procedures of developing, administrating, and managing correctional, law enforcement, and forensic services causes of crime; search and arrest; trial procedures application of medical facts to legal problems A group of instructional programs that describe the theories, principles, and techniques of developing, administrating, and managing services for fire prevention, fire fighting, and rescue protective breathing apparatus; forcible entry practices; use of rope, fire hose, nozzles and appliances self-protection; home exit routes; fire safety practices

entry-level training to prepare students to become security guards, store detectives, or body guards in private industry; report writing; basic alarm systems; arrest procedures; law and court process; communications; employeremployee relations A group of instructional programs in protective services not described above.

A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe the formulation, implementation, administration, evaluation, and management of public policies and programs, including those services which are directed toward the betterment of economic and social conditions A group of instructional programs that generally describes the formulation, implementation, administration, evaluation and management of public policies and programs, including those services which are directed toward the betterment of economic and social conditions A group of instructional programs that describe the theories, methods, and techniques of combining school and community resources to provide information, instruction, and recreation to all members of a community A group of instructional programs that describe principles and theories underlying the structure and processes of major international organizations, such as the United Nations and the Organization of American States

A group of instructional programs that describe the knowledge, skills, values, and behaviors involved in the formulation of public policies and the management of public services A group of instructional programs that describe the principles and techniques by which systematic judgments and evaluative assessments are made with respect to particular public policy A group of instructional programs that describe the role of the government in constructing, maintaining, and providing structures and utilities for use by the general public. A group of instructional programs that describe the social interventions that enhance, conserve, and augment the means by which persons, individually or collectively, can solve disruptions in their social existence social work; day care centers; nursing homes; crisis centers A group of instructional programs in public affairs not described above. A summary of groups of instructional programs that describe the substantative portions of behavior, past and present activities, interactions, and organizations of people associated together for religious, benevolent, cultural, scientific, political, patriotic, or other purposes A group of instructional programs that generally describe the major principles and perspectives of the social sciences social science branches; research methods; social studies preparation social science theory and methodology; primary and secondary literature sources student discussion and reading group; topical research; analysis of literature and research

independent research and reading; writing advanced level paper

A group of instructional programs that describe the historic and prehistoric origins of man, his physical and cultural development, racial characteristics, social customs, and beliefs cultural origins; cultural behaviors; race, religion, sex roles, family groups, institutions, and economic status; ethnology and linguistics cross-cultural behavior patterns; relationships among world societies; understanding self through cultural analysis religion and magic; cultural differences components of culture; original scholarly works; individual anthropological study; culture and personality; observation and collection of data

A group of instructional programs that describe the historic and prehistoric peoples and their culture through the scientific analysis of their artifacts, inscriptions, monuments, and other remains historic and prehistoric peoples; scientific artifact analysis A group of instructional programs that describe the causes of crime and the methods of detecting and dealing with crime and the criminal, including crime statistics, theories of punishment, and the role of law enforcement in society as an agent for the prevention and treatment of crime

A group of instructional programs that describe the vital social statistics, including births, deaths, diseases, marriages, and education rates of populations purpose of census; analysis and effects of use of census data A group of instructional programs that describe the transformation of limited resources into goods and services which, upon distribution, are again transformed by consumption to yield satisfaction of human wants banks, profits, corporations, unions, money, GNP; consumer protection laws; American and other systems; personal income tax; production and distribution; scarcity and demand

contemporary American economic problems; comparative economic systems; business and labor issues; Federal Reserve System banking and investment; advertising; insurance; consumer protection; domestic and consumer economics; consumer citizenship current United States tax structure; correct filing procedures technical terms; varieties; individual insurance requirements stock market; investment theory; commodities; money market funds; bonds; portfolio development study of American economy; media presentation and interpretation general energy laws based on physical and earth sciences; supply and demand; production; U.S. and world sources; conservation and alternative energy sources historical development of unions; culture of workers; significant labor movement leaders; laws; social change major economic systems; theoretical analysis; fictional and non-fictional works contemporary American economic problems; college credit

study of international monetary and trade systems; global markets; developed and developing economies; interdependence and the multiplier effects of national economic crises

A group of instructional programs that describe the earth and its life; the description of land, sea, and air; and the distribution of plant and animal life, including human beings and industries United States and world geography map reading; United States geographical characteristics major geographic areas; North American region major world geographic areas; interrelationships between people and habitat; political, social, cultural, and economic geography survey of western geography survey of eastern environment and geography; environmental and cultural influence physical elements and effect on human living resources; effect of artificial boundaries on spatial arrangements and associations cultural groups and their geographical locations theory and research; neighborhood field work; lab and seminar settings;

A group of instructional programs that describe the past, including the recording, gathering, criticizing, synthesizing, and interpreting evidence about past events survey of world history and world geography; map reading; state history and cultural development study of United States history; exploration; colonization; early United States government chronological United States history; presidential administrations; political movements; independent study; research projects 19th and 20th century history; current problems chronological United States history; presidential administrations; political movements; constitution foreign policy trends chronological United States history; presidential administrations; political movements; constitution foreign policy trends

history; culture; contemporary issues; government institutions colonization to present day; state and federal relationships

historical survey; government Institutions; applications to daily living historical survey; social, political and economic institutional evolution; United States domestic and foreign affairs

geography; pre-discovery; colonization to Civil War; government origins; current events and past relationships survey; Reconstruction through current events; American and world affairs historical and critical analyses; historical literature; experiential activities

college credit; colonization to present day; prominent historians, organizations; major policies; theoretical foundations study of America's move westward; motivation and characteristics; societal effects; cultural impact twentieth century domestic history; progressive era; twenties and thirties; depression, new deal and post war recovery; diplomatic history; civil rights and political scandals domestic and foreign events; United States and world changes; Fords and flappers; fanatics and Re Scare; protest groups and reformers concentrated study; post war political, social and economic changes; protest; nuclear age; suburban migration study of American social consciousness; political, religious, economic and social forces social, cultural, economic, and political controversies; individual contributions; future challenges historical reform movements; reform strategies; famous reformers comparative historical perspectives; primary sources; colonization and modern affairs past 100 years; Lindberg flight; Custer's last stand; Lincoln assassination local and global conflicts; eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries; lasting effects; peace organization; dictators causes; major battles; leaders; reconstruction problems war; post war era; Industrial Revolution study of World War I; intellectual and social effects; historical accounts; literary works and memoirs study of United States involvement; precipitating events; key Pacific and Atlantic battles; leaders, weapons and strategy prerevolutionary times through 1900; growing military role; significant battle strategies; weaponry advances 20th century military growth; individual armed forces branches; political and military leaders; weaponry gaps review of United States history; historical area visits historical survey; review of relationships with the United States historical survey; review of relationships with the United States historical survey; review of relationships with the United States

cultural and political survey; ancient and modern; western and non-western civilizations; current events prehistoric through modern times; Russia, Africa, Red China, Arab world survey; post renaissance; nations' development; wars

mid-20th century and present day; global survey and concentrated study; Orient; Africa; India mid-20th century and present day; global survey and concentrated study; Orient; Africa; India western civilization; multi-media history and humanities; ancient through mid-20th century; Europe and United States western civilization; ancient through mid-20th century; history and humanities study of European development study of European development; prehistoric times through French Revolution; United States and European institutions' relationships western civilization historical development; ancient and modern times western civilization historical development; ancient and modern times early human contributions; cultural origins; Greek and Roman civilizations history and culture; ancient Greece historical development; small town and world power

ancient civilizations; Africa, Asia and Middle East; Middle Ages, Renaissance, and Reformation; cultural and artistic contributions; historic impact ancient history; current problems historical analysis; Anglo-Saxon political, religious, and economic influences monarchy dissolution; political evolution; radical and conservative political groups; national and international effects; academically talented history and culture; industrial Revolution; Renaissance; European nations development; World Wars college credit; Nationalism; World War l; political, economic and social movements 20th century topics; fascism and communism; economic redevelopment; social, political, and economic changes modern European history; political and diplomatic; intellectual and cultural; social and economic college level; Europe from 1500 to present; primary source materials historical survey; developing nations historical development; ancient to modern times historical survey; significant development factors current events geographical and historical survey; world relations geographical and historical survey; world relations geographical and historical survey; world relations study of India, China, USSR and Japan; early and modern civilizations; political and cultural aspects historical survey; world international relations review of Chinese and Japanese history; focused modern historical study historical survey; world relations historical survey; world relations modern and ancient historical figures; Moses, Socrates, Churchill, Gandhi, Hitler, Martin Luther King, Napoleon topical study of period or events; review of original documents and historical criticism

Placement

A group of instructional programs that describe the agencies, operations, and principles involved in communication and interaction among nations, with emphasis upon the relationship between political subdivisions and governments. international affairs; United States role; emerging nations; United Nations; international resource and population problems; multi-national corporations statesmanship; international agreements and disagreements; political analysis historical development; world courts; current world problems and solutions; practical international regulations participatory student United Nations Security Council international relations research; participatory student United Nations participatory United Nations; national student representation A group of instructional programs that describe the description and analysis of political institutions and processes, including the origin, development, geographical units, forms, sources of authority, powers, purposes, functions, and operations of government citizenship responsibilities and government - introduction; federal, state and local government; organization and function functions of government; state and local level study of United States voting procedures; court operations; local, state and national lawmaking

study of United States, local, and other political systems; recruitment; roles and decision making; official duties; executive, legislative, and judicial government branches relevant constitutional study; presidential officeholders; presidential characteristics; scandals study of United States constitution; constitutional conventions and leaders; articles and amendments; basic rights individual rights and state authority; case studies of landmark court decisions; formal and informal institutions of government; interest groups

voter participation and responsibility; elections; representatives' roles, recruitment and decision making; experiential political participation; current events; campaign and media strategies elections operations; American voter behavior patterns; two party system; democracy theory; morality and politics

mass media informational analysis; national and international affairs; media political coverage; media techniques policy from Spanish American War through present day; presidential foreign policies; current American policies; American government foundations; other government forms study of American political crises; decision making process; executive level analysis; philosophical and political controversies; social implications study of American government theory and development; primary source documents; theoretical applications to today's world

local, state and national government operations; economic issues; citizenship responsibilities; current events and historical origins; problem solving techniques governmental and non-governmental institutions; problem solving roles; contemporary conflict resolution; international relations; law and social problems government institutions; basic economic principles

social science orientation; political structure and parties; local, state, and national taxes, labor unions, and other economic issues; social problems; democracy social science orientation; political structure; economic issues world political systems; democracy and communism; political forms and leaders major world political systems; democracy and communism; political analysis; Great Britain, U.S., France and Soviet Union economic, social and political differences economic, political, and social differences; state and local government; economics philosophy and growth; Soviet and Sino forms; political, economic and social effects; Western impact selected topics in government and citizenship; national and international issues; mentor and internship opportunities philosophical and political literature; government development; ancient and modern works; Moses, Plato, Machiavelli, Locke, Madison, Marx visit to Washington, D.C.; seminars with political leaders; historic sightseeing senator identification and research; participatory student senate student body officers; decision making; leadership skills local, national, and foreign political processes local, national and foreign political processes; recent national and international events; independent research; political experience; modern political science materials visits to/internships with branches of local and regional government; seminars with leaders; historical sightseeing study of political crises brought about by anarchy; assassinations; civil wars; terrorism; border disputes

Study

modern social, economic and political issues; contemporary conflicts; government structure and function; problem solving techniques; critical thinking

A group of instructional programs that describe human society, social institutions, and social relationships including the development, purposes, structures, and functions of human groups introductory course; social and political institutions; mass society and social problems; alcohol and drug abuse; aging; racial problems social structure of society; social institutions; American society social norms; male and female roles; social pressure; social class and mobility; social deviance history, politics, and economics of poverty in America; rural and urban poverty; social impact of poverty; efforts to alleviate poverty - successes and failures advancement opportunities; social class distinctions; United States class system; class struggle aggression and violence; sociological causes; social effects; individual responsibility social and cultural aspects; customs; attitudes socialization; social organization; population studies human group behavior; original scholarly works; research methods and techniques; research project A group of instructional programs that describe the history, society, politics, culture, and economics of urban areas

financial repercussions; urban milieu versus suburban; urban field trips individual and government urban ecological responsibilities; demography and land usage urbanization; technological advancements and dependence A group of instructional programs in social sciences not described above.

A summary of groups of instructional programs that prepare individuals to erect, install, maintain, and repair buildings, highways, airports, missile sites, and other structures using materials such as metal, wood, stone, brick, glass, concrete, and composition substances. Includes instruction in cost estimating; cutting, fastening, and fitting various materials; the use of hand and power tools; and in following technical specifications and blueprints

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to lay brick brick, concrete block, hard tile, marble and related materials using trowels, levels, hammers, chisels and other hand tools basic bricklaying; hand tools; brick bonds; blueprint reading

power equipment; cutting; fireplace construction; wall patterns; arch construction advanced training, pre-apprenticeship; work experience wallboard installation; tile finishing; plastering basic concrete technology; foundations, poured walls, footers, slabs, sidewalks, patchwork; stamped design; exposed aggregate

. A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to lay out, fabricate, erect, install, and repair wooden structures and fixtures, using hand and power tools. Includes instruction in common systems of framing, construction materials, estimating, and blueprint reading power equipment use; meeting occupational standards; blueprint reading; layout procedures; concrete forms roof construction; doors; wall finishes; stairs; outside and interior trim; floor installation advanced building construction; actual house project construction A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to install, operate, maintain, and repair residential, commercial, and industrial electrical systems, and the power lines that transmit electricity from its source of generation to its place of consumption electrical wiring; code compliance; three-wire systems; low voltage applications; delta and wye systems; blueprint advanced household wiring; testing methods; utilization of various wiring systems; security systems; troubleshooting rural electrical systems; linework; setting of poles; erecting towers; splicing cables; installing equipment

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals for construction trades other than those described under other groupings in the construction trades category

basic skills; forming, framing, concrete, block and brickwork; blueprint reading

advanced course; finish carpentry; electrical; plumbing; painting; estimating

advanced course, including task supervision, project management mixing paint; brush technique; roller technique; wall covering application; spray application; color matching tools and techniques for installation of carpeting, vinyl, tile, and wood flooring custodial training; commercial and industrial buildings; general maintenance and repair; basics of carpentry, plumbing, painting, welding, masonry simple home repair; tool use; safety procedures; survival skills

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to lay out, assemble, install, and maintain piping, fixtures, and piping systems for steam, hot water, heating, cooling, drainage, lubricating, sprinkling, and industrial processing systems. Includes instruction in material selection and use of tools to cut, bend, join, and weld pipes layout, assembly, and repair of pipes, fittings, and fixtures; water lines; gas lines; breakdown repairs; plumbing code adherence; blueprint reading heating system installation; plumbing fixtures; estimating

A group of instructional programs in construction trades not described above A summary of groups of instructional programs that prepare individuals in the adjustment, maintenance, part replacement, and repair of tools, equipment; and machines A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to operate, maintain, and repair business machines, communications equipment, major and small appliances, commercial vending machines, and related equipment. Includes instruction in electrical circuitry, simple gearing, linkages and lubrication of machines and appliances, and the use of testing equipment small electrical appliances; thermostats; testing techniques; safety precautions radio transmitters; television sets; transistor circuitry; test equipment; schematic diagrams; use of repair manuals in-depth study; audio and video systems continued in-depth study; audio and video systems installation and repair of telecommunications equipment, including telephones, 2-way radio, citizen's band radio and cellular mobile equipment electrical circuitry; gears, linkages, relays, time switches; pumps and agitators; test equipment; service manuals large appliance servicing; refrigeration systems; troubleshooting vending machine installation and repair; coin systems; refrigeration, carbonation, and evaporation systems; panel repairs office machine repair; data processing equipment; duplicating machines; digital control instruments wiring apparatus installation and repair; industrial machines; motors; generators; control systems electronic equipment maintenance and repair; industrial and manufacturing applications; digital and computer circuitry installation and repair of food processing equipment

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to install, repair, and maintain the operating condition of heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems

cooling, heating, filtering, humidity control; technical manual use; diagnosis of malfunctions electrical diagrams; protective devices; thermostats; equipment installation

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to operate, maintain, and repair heavy-duty equipment such as bulldozers cranes, graders, tractors, trailers, concrete mixers, crawle mounted shovels, draglines, and compressors gas and diesel engine repair; transmissions; hydraulic units; steering systems advanced experience; heavy equipment; vehicle maintenance; mechanical repair heavy equipment; industrial vehicles; engine diagnosis and repair; fuel systems; oil and water pumps; electrical systems repair and maintenance of non-vehicular industrial equipment

oil pumps and auxiliary equipment; gauges, thermometers and regulators; geology; rigs, hoist cables, drilling equipment

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals for mechanic and repairer occupations other than those described under the headings of electrical and electronics equipment repair; heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics; industrial equipment maintenance and repair; stationary energy sources; and vehicle and mobile equipment mechanics and repai acoustic instruments; electrical musical instruments; amplification systems; tuning electromechanical instruments; hydraulic instruments; measuring devices; control devices; maintenance and repair repair and maintenance of shoes; designing orthopedic devices; operation of a shoe repair business cleaning, repair, and maintenance of watches and clocks; weight-operated, spring-driven, digital, and quartz repair and maintenance of bicycles; frames and components; racing, touring, family, mountain, freestyle, and exercise

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to install, operate, and maintain large power sources for such purposes as generating electricity, pumping, and heating

power resources; gasoline engines; batteries; generators; solar cells; steam turbines skills enhancement; cooling systems; braking systems; fuel systems; motorized sports equipment; fork lifts advanced course; power systems advanced course; power systems operation and repair; pumps; reservoirs; valves; cylinders; heat exchangers

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to maintain and repair aircraft; automobiles; diesel engines in vehicles such as buses, ships, trucks, railroad locomotives, and construction equipment; stationary diesel engines in electrical generators; and small engines in mobile equipment such as lawnmowers and rotary tillers

four-cycle engines; two-cycle engines; lawnmowers; snowmobiles; operation of lathes, grinders, boring and honing machines; engine overhaul engine related systems; electronic systems repair; business procedures; customer relations automobile repair; hand tools; power equipment; test equipment complete engine tune-up; fuel systems; electronic test equipment; auto air conditioning advanced study; special projects; automotive mechanics

body repair; fender repair; metal strengthening; use of grinders, pulling devices, welding equipment, spray equipment body construction; front-end alignment; collision damage; estimates; shop management; color coating automobile maintenance; automobile servicing; service station attendant training; tire service; emergency road equipment; state inspection codes continued study; automobile servicing personal auto maintenance; oil change; tire maintenance; tool use aviation airframes mechanic; airframe service and inspection; landing gears; hydraulic and pneumatic power; cabin and atmosphere control; fire protection advanced course; aviation airframes mechanic; license preparation aviation powerplant mechanic; electrical system lubrication; fuel metering; cooling and exhaust; propellers advanced course; aviation powerplant mechanic; license preparation

quality control; dimensional metrology certificate preparation; quality control; nondestructive testing aircraft sheetmetal mechanic certificate preparation; aircraft sheetmetal mechanic

A group of instructional programs in mechanics and repairers not described above.

A summary of groups of instructional programs that prepare individuals to produce precision goods and materials by hand or machine. In many instances, instructional activities are designed to cultivate an ability to interpret detailed instruction and specifications, and to produce or manufacture goods at low tolerances A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to plan, prepare, and interpret mechanical, architectural, structural, pneumatic, marine, electric/electronic, topographical, and other sketches; to use reproduction materials, equipment, and processes, to develop, plan, and process charts and drawings; to develop models; and to prepare reports and data sheets for writing specifications basic graphic language; drawing instruments; detailed working drawings; orthographic views; dimensioning production drawing; drafting department practices; assembly drawings; tension, compression and bending forces; skills enhancement advanced course; machine design; auxiliary views; inking techniques; design in relation to temperature, pressure and horsepower structural drafting; drafting competitions; skill refinement; independent work building plans; material usage; creative layout and design; use of building codes and zoning laws advanced course; architectural drafting principles; small buildings; shopping center layouts construction techniques; building small models advanced drafting; technological career emphasis; industrial applications; schematic drawing design elements; industrial design problems; aerospace drawing; fluidics; blueprint reading blueprints; industrial drawings interpretation in-depth drafting; machine design; technical illustration; independent work on-the-job experience; advanced drafting skills A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to design and execute lay outs and illustrations for advertising displays and instructional manuals. Includes instruction in all phases of offset printing, lay out, composition, presswork and binding, flexography, lithography, photoengraving and other graphic arts related to the industry drawing rendering; matting; design and execution of layouts; brochure design; typography; publication illustrating

advanced course; design; advertising; perspective; commercial standards; silk screen and airbrush use commercial art employment; advanced on-the-job training portfolio preparation

electronic composition; plate making; photocomposing; varitype; presswork printshop operations; Job completion; paper technology; ink varieties; careeroriented training offset printing; on-the-job training; current industry practices; job entry status; process color reproduction continued skill enhancement; project preparation; printing equipment repair layout and design; color use; display; letter styles intermediate-level instruction advanced-level instruction bookbindery operations; printed materials finishing; standard measurements; technical vocabulary operation of electronic composition and photo composing machines; programming computer selection of type style and size; setting control codes and program sequence reviewing texts, documents, and graphic pieces for typographic errors, syntax, usage, alignment

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to fabricate and repair all types of upholstery and leather goods carving leather; tool familiarization; leather preparation advanced design; professional quality projects spring arranging; fillers, padding and cover materials; patternmaking, cutting, sewing; styling and designing covers additional experience; pattern making; production methods automotive upholsterer training

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to perform slaughtering and butchering operations in a slaughtering and meat packing establishment, or to cut, trim, and prepare carcasses for wholesale or retail sale preparation of carcasses for consumer size portions; use of hand and power tools; poultry and fish; display and refrigeration intermediate/advanced

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to plan, manufacture, assemble, test and repair parts, mechanisms, machines, and structures in which materials are cast, formed, shaped, molded, heat treated, cut, twisted, pressed, fused, stamped, or otherwise worked upon

metal industries; art metal; sheetmetal; foundry; welding advanced machine shop; lathe; milling; heat treatment; skill enhancement

special projects; independent work; sheetmetal; lathe work advanced projects; metalworking equipment setup; metal properties; welding positions; blueprint reading; electrical principles; hand operated and automatic equipment advanced course; nonferrous metals; blueprints; welded projects; certification procedures arc welding processes; in-depth study; job assignments; job entry level; safety practices

layout, fabrication, erection, and maintenance; steel, copper, stainless steel, aluminum; hand tool and machine use sheet metal mechanic; blueprint reading; product fabrication; framework restoring metal objects; autos; toys ferrous and nonferrous foundry practices; foundry metallurgy; types of sands and refractories; coremaking advanced foundry work An instructional program that prepares individuals to produce precision goods in a variety of materials including ceramics, precious stones, metals, glass, and plastics molding and casting products; adjusting machines; hand and power tools; fitting and fabricating part advanced study; plastics industry; career opportunities designing, molding and casting products with aerospace applications; principles of using plastics in the aerospace industry

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals 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 wood technology; finishing; simple patterns; safety; hand tools

Wood 2; Machine Woodworking; Wood Products advanced course; cabinet making; furniture construction; woodworking industry continued advanced projects; woodworking furniture restoration; refinishing cabinetmaking theory; detailed drawings; cabinet design; materials selection; cabinet assembly advanced study; fine furniture construction

A group of instructional programs in precision production not described above A summary of groups of instructional programs that prepare individuals to operate and control equipment used to facilitate the movement of people or materials A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to engage in activities concerned with the in flight operation of commercial and private airplanes, including piloting, navigating, and providing passenger services and general ground support.

ground school aviation; aviation careers; theory of flight; aviation regulations; navigation advanced aviation; instrument flight; air traffic control; flight instruction aircraft construction; original design; aviation engineering

reservation and ticketing; ramp and baggage handling service; food and beverage service; cleaning and maintenance of aircraft

A group of instructional programs that prepare individuals to drive trucks and buses, and to operate construction, material handling, and mining equipment forklift type equipment operation; truck operation material handling equipment

A group of instructional programs to prepare individuals to perform Tasks on fresh-water and sea going ships, tugboats, barges, floating structures, and related harbor-and dock machinery. Includes instruction in firefighting; lifeboat work; swimming; fiber and wire rope handling and splicing; hull maintenance and painting; cargo-handling gear and ground tackle; maintenance, operation, and repair of main engines and auxiliary steam, refrigeration, water, and electrical systems; and watch keeping, store-keeping, and food preparation outboard engines; power plant maintenance; electrical systems; steering systems; fuel systems vertical stern drive systems; inboard marine engines; boat servicing; refrigeration and water systems boat construction techniques; boat design theory; boat repair navigation theory; navigation skills; celestial navigation hands-on training in areas such as frogman, salvage diver, scuba diver, repairman

study of various transportation systems for movement of people and materials; analysis in terms of land, sea, air, and aerospace vehicles; service system design; government control and regulation of transportation systems; ecological effects of transportation systems in-depth study of two or more systems of transportation; individual study and research; new approaches to areas such as safety, design, economy of operation, service maintenance, and governmental control installation, repair, and maintenance of traffic control devices; design of traffic control systems

A group of instructional programs that generally describe the historic development, aesthetic qualities, and creative processes of two or more of the visual and performing arts enrichment course; interrelated arts

A group of instructional programs that describe how to increase one's skills to fashion objects in a specialized area of handwork fabrics, fiber, paper leather; decorations; creative expression fabrics, fiber, paper, leather; decorations; creative expression fiber, fabric, leather, metal, wood, plastic; weaving; macramé; woodcarving; jewelry; enameling; stitchery fiber, fabric, leather, metal, wood, plastic, clay; pottery; macramé; wood carving; jewelry; leather tooling; needlework fiber, fabric, leather, wood, metal, clay, plastic; pottery; macramé; wood carving; jewelry; leather tooling; needlework fiber, fabric, leather, wood, metal, plastic, clay; pottery; macramé; wood carving; jewelry; leather tooling; needlework

advanced pottery; glazing; copper enameling; weaving; tie-dye; batik advanced pottery and glazing; copper enameling; weaving household crafts; rug tufting; decoupage clay objects; decorative coatings; baking techniques wire bending; soldering; lost wax procedures; polishing; silversmithing; construction of jewelry

slab, coil, modeling, sculpting; beginning wheel throwing techniques; glazing, firing clay objects; ceramic ware; forming; firing; glazing clay objects design; ceramic ware handbuilding; potter's wheel; mosaic tile; pinch, coil, slab; kiln operation press molding; coil building; decorating greenware and bisque ware advanced ceramics; glazing, firing, preparation of molds; kiln operation and control color, fiber, design, looms; natural and synthetic fibers; banners; quilt making; needlepoint design and building of models relief prints; single intaglio printing; silk screening; linoleum, stencil, block printing

A group of instructional programs that describe the performance and choreography of various kinds of dances, including but not limited to ballet, modern, jazz, ethnic, and folk dance locomotor warm-ups; class improvisations; history of dance; theories of movement; methods of choreography

dance using modern choreography dance using modern choreography; history of dance; variety of rhythmic activities dance using modern choreography; physical conditioning program dance using modern choreography dance using modern choreography dance using modern choreography dance using modern choreography advanced modern dance techniques modern dance; ballet, disco, Jazz, tap dance advanced modern dance advanced modern dance modern dance performances modern dance performances modern dance performances modern dance performances history of dance; theory of movement; methods of choreography; rhythmic activities; tap, ballet, folk, square history of dance; theories of movement; methods of choreography; rhythmic activities; tap, ballet, folk, square history of dance; theories of movement; fundamentals of movement; methods of choreography; tap, ballet, folk, square history of dance; theories of movement; fundamentals of movement; methods of choreography; tap, ballet, folk, square vocabulary and steps in folk dance vocabulary and steps in square dance dancing for health A group of instructional programs that describe the theories, techniques, and creative processes for more effectively performing the function of communicating feelings, ideas, and information through use of materials and media to create two- or three-dimensional visual affects. art vocations; basic lettering styles techniques of makeup for drama techniques of lighting in the theater

A group of instructional programs that describe the development, theory, and processes of creating live performances through human expressive modalities set design; construction; improvisation; lighting

set design; construction; makeup; costumes; stage lighting; scene cutting

set design; construction; makeup; costumes; stage lighting; scene cutting fundamentals of acting; stylized motion study writing format and techniques for plays additional work in any phase of theater development of dramatic literature; theater history; theater heritage play production; play writing; independent work

lighting; setting; techniques of film view, discuss, write about, analyze, evaluate variety of short and feature length films black and white photography; darkroom procedures; use of camera and light meter; making contact prints and enlarging negatives; composition skills lighting photographic equipment and chemicals; composing, taking, developing black and white photographs basic photography methods 35 mm camera; printing; processing; aesthetic qualities; photographic theory 35 mm camera; processing film; aesthetic qualities; photographic theory A group of instructional programs that describe the organization of materials and media for two-or three-dimensional visual affects that communicate ideas and express emotion and are considered primarily in relation to aesthetic criteria of judgements of beauty or meaningfulness development of sculpture, architecture, printing; color; shapes; space; texture principles of design and elements of art

overview course; lettering; drawing; basic design; color; display production principles of design and elements of art principles of design and elements of art principles of design and elements of art portfolio preparation self-directed; portfolio; ceramics; self evaluation contract; art history; drawing; jewelry; painting; graphics school service; displays; posters; tickets school service; displays; posters; tickets displays; posters; murals; programs; fliers; tickets for school activities

contour; gesture; pencil, pen and ink; brush and pastels; perspective; still life watercolor; tempera; acrylics; application of paint contemporary painting techniques; materials application

technique; style newspapers; magazine; illustrations; animation work painting of scenes on school or community walls; techniques, materials for murals

space, mass, volume; string, wire, paper mache; clay, carving stone, balsa wood, plaster; wax, metal, yarns, fabrics; 3-dimensional objects silk screen construction; print making materials combination for constructions; soldering; gluing; tin; wood; plexiglass design of products; automobiles; appliances; furniture design; stamps; logos human muscle and skeletal structures lettering styles independent research; field trips; museum study, slide programs; art history from primitive art to the present contributions of Blacks to fine arts contributions of Mexico to fine arts art of two cultures compared practicing artist working with students history of art for a given ethnic group variety of cultures represented by their art forms

An instructional program that prepares individuals in all phases of hot-type, coldtype, and computer-type setting, including typographical layout, composition, press work, binding, lithography, photo-engraving, and other graphic arts related to the printing industry. Includes instruction in drawing and lettering; theory and science relating to camera work and photography, typographical lay outs, and machine-type setting; silk (or other) screen printing, multicolor composition and printing; ink and color preparation paper and other printing materials; printing press operation, servicing, and elementary maintenance; cost estimation and the production, inspection, quality control, handling, binding, packaging, and storage of printing materials use of the computer in creating art, advertisements, illustrations, videographics

rhythm, melody, harmony introduction; ear training rhythm, melody, harmony introduction; ear training training skills; preparatory work; instrumental skill development marching; concert band training for band phrasing; individual technique; sound production training for beginning band

sight reading ability; instrumental proficiency; performance by audition experienced players; tone production, sight reading, ear training, intonation and technical facility; performances participation in band, playing, marching tone production, tone quality; group playing music reading and performance; skill development music reading and performance; skill development music playing and performance music playing and performance music playing and performance section playing; audition; performance music playing and performance audition for playing and performance audition for playing and performance basic concepts; string playing basic concepts; brass playing; percussion playing technically difficult wind playing basic concepts of woodwind playing composition; tape recorders; synthesizers playing jazz in small groups group instruction; fundamentals of music; folk, classical, blues, rock playing guitar; music reading; instrument technique playing guitar; music reading; instrument technique playing handbells; music reading; instrument technique music reading; instrumental performance further study; piano technique and music study of the organ; music and technique note reading; individual instrumental study; individual voice study practice for special productions; basic music reading; tone production; intonation and rhythm all-state, all-county auditions; pitch matching, intonation, tone quality; rhythm; sight-reading practice for special productions; pitch matching, intonation, tone quality; rhythm; sight-reading all-state, all-county auditions; advanced pitch matching, intonation, tone quality; rhythm; sight-reading participation in special chorus; music reading; tone production; intonation and rhythm all-state, all-county audition; balance, sound, voice production singing in groups; pitch matching, intonation, tone quality; rhythm; sight-reading music literacy; vocal technique singing group; glee clubs; pitch matching, intonation, tone quality audition for acceptance; group singing; pitch matching, intonation, tone quality; rhythm; sightgroup singing; tone production; intonation; rhythm motets; madrigals; lieder; art songs; chamber choir

small group singing; variety of formats

study of pitch, tone, rhythm; control of voice introduction to basic composition and arranging; keyboard harmony and ear training; improvisation in jazz and rock idioms application of arrangement methods to orchestra music techniques of music conducting music theory fundamentals; keyboard harmony; sight singing; dictation, solfege, rhythmic patterns; scales, intervals; harmonic analysis music history, Renaissance to the present performance; theory; musical history; jazz; popular music; elements of musical structure; 20th Century music history of American music; 20th Century music history of American music history of American music history of American music form and structure; music literature; opera; ballet; musical types and styles form and structure; traditional opera, ballet music form and structure of music form and structure of music record listening; Gregorian chant, opera, sonata; string quartet, symphonic poem; electronic, rock melody music of specific cultures

study of Broadway musicals, opera, dinner theater, entertainment groups; practical experience in production; stage design; costuming; makeup; tickets and promotion theory, chamber music, composition, keyboard, music arts; music theory; history, conducting, composition; independent projects introduction to music, basic instruments; hands-on experience for nonperforming students

A group of instructional programs in visual and performing arts not described above

Applications for independent functioning; pre-computation skills; time; money; fundamental mathematical processes

Budgeting; shopping; financial planning; taxes; loans

Calculation, measurement, job skills, practical shop uses, skill development

provides a unified approach to instruction in speaking, reading, and writing

level two of the above

level three of the above

level four of the above

Communication skills, skill terminology, job and workplace applications, skill development

word recognition; reading vocabulary; reading signs; spelling; word attack skills

speaking intelligibly; listening and understanding directions

basic sentence structure; spelling; personal and business letters; completing application forms; penmanship

Individualized academic curriculum, study skills, specialized academic support (not specified elsewhere)

functioning in the community; local transportation systems; budgeting; home and personal maintenance; family responsibilities

following accepted rules and standards; friendship problem solving; self-control; personal interactions

management of free time; team behavior; recreation skills; rules; preparation for activities; selection of appropriate attire; maintenance of equipment

principles of cleanliness and hygiene; sex education; proper diet; grooming; emergency procedures; medical care planning for future independent living or employment; skills for adult living; should include a work readiness component

science concepts applied to daily living; simplified science, using household chemicals; safety; the human body; caring for animals

simplified principles of social science; structure of local government and election process; community resources and agencies; local geography; finding addresses; and using public transportation

gross and fine motor skills; visual perception development; eye-hand coordination

classroom-based employability skills; job behaviors; safety; self- reliance

generalized job interests and aptitudes; manual dexterity and motor integration

unpaid work at a work/community setting; work adjustment skills for independent functioning; off-campus vocational training, sheltered or nonsheltered

paid employment in an off- campus work setting; may include on-the-job training

includes career exploration, pre-vocational skills, academic curriculum, social and survival skills

practical experience with farm crops and animals; indoor plants; general farm work; FFA participation

continued practical experience with farm crops and animals; agricultural equipment maintenance; general farm work

practical study of soils; livestock; plants; farm mechanics; agricultural occupations

feeding; grooming; exercising small and large animals; animal production small animal care and feeding; livestock production, principles of animal nutrition plant propagation; irrigation and drainage; turf management; greenhouse work; harvesting landscaping and gardening; turf management; greenhouse operation; pesticides; fungicides; insecticides cleaning and maintenance of equipment; equipment storage

agricultural equipment use and maintenance; use of hand and power tools

unpaid practice and mastery of skills for agricultural occupations

paid on-the-job training in agricultural occupations

basic typewriting and clerical activities; filing; collating; telephone answering office machine operations; office skill improvement; continued practice in typing, filing, collating; office reception office simulations; mail clerk; duplication clerk; receptionist; typist; improved business skills xeroxing; postage meters; calculators; paper cutting continued experience with office machine operations; duplicating machines; calculators; adding machines; transcribing machines unpaid practice and mastery of clerical and business skills at a workstation continued unpaid practice and mastery of clerical and business skills at an oncampus or off-campus location paid on-the-job training in clerical and business skills continued paid on-the-job training in business and office skills health careers orientation; structure and function of body systems; hygiene practices; first aid; nursing assistance

health-related services; community services; medical terminology; health care principles

health occupations; health aide; nursing assistant; orderly; health care principles

unpaid practice and mastery of health services skills

continued unpaid practice and mastery of health services skills

paid on-the-job training in health occupations

continued paid on-the-job training in health occupations

introductory course; practical arts education; food selection and storage; simple food preparation; clothing maintenance; basic homemaking skills

intermediate course; basic meal preparation; basic sewing techniques; family living; home maintenance

more advanced course; principles of nutrition and meal preparation; clothing and textiles; child development; consumer education

care of small children; dressing and feeding; safety; play; learning experiences for children

characteristics of young children; developmental stages; health; safety; nutrition; child care principles construction of products involving textiles, fabric, and yarn; sewing machine use; visual and motor integration skills

basic clothing construction; pattern and textile selection; zipper applications; hem finishes

introduction to nutrition; basic cooking principles; kitchen survival; food buying

planning and preparation of simple meals; nutrition; baking techniques; budgeting

unpaid practice and mastery of home economics skills at a workstation

continued unpaid practice and mastery of home economics skills at a workstation

paid on-the-job training in home economics skills

continued paid on- the-job training in home economics skills

introductory course; basic skills; woods; metals; plastics; home and tool crafts; tool familiarization

intermediate course; occupational orientation; basic skills, woods, metals; plastics; home repair

shampooing; supply replacement; hygiene; cleaning and maintenance of environment, equipment, and supplies

elementary hair care; shampooing; maintenance of supplies and equipment

training in techniques for cleaning and maintenance; waxing floors; special machinery; window and metal surface cleaning; snow removal; grounds maintenance

general custodial training; grounds maintenance; commercial and industrial buildings; simple maintenance and repair

training for food service; cook; kitchen helper; dishwasher; baker; waiter/waitress; bus person; cafeteria server; fry cook; fast food; sandwich

making; salad and salad bar preparation; cashier continued training in food service occupations dry cleaning and laundering; library assistance; mortician assistance; companion to the aged

continued training in personal service occupations; dry cleaning and laundering; library assistance; mortician assistance; companion to the aged

unpaid practice and mastery of service occupations skills

continued unpaid practice and mastery of service occupations skills

paid on- the-job training in service occupations

continued paid on-the-job training in service occupations

lettering and signs; book binding; introduction to printing techniques

more advanced work; sign painting; bookbinding; printing production

materials preparation; tool familiarization; cutting; sewing

additional experience; tool care; patterns and design; repair work

operation, cleaning, and maintenance of meatcutting equipment; operating scale; preparation of carcasses for consumer size portions cutting, trimming, and preparing meat, fish, poultry for wholesale or retail sale; weighing and pricing; display and refrigeration

unpaid practice and mastery of precision production skills

continued unpaid practice and mastery of precision production skills

paid on-the-job training in precision production

continued paid on-the-job training in precision production

introductory level training in one or more construction trades; basic skills; use and maintenance of hand tools

general training in one or more of the construction trades; masonry; carpentry; electricity; plumbing; blueprint reading; power tools

more advanced training; carpentry; masonry; electrical; plumbing; estimating; code compliance

basic bricklaying; use and care of hand tools; brick bonds; concrete block plastering

more advanced bricklaying; power equipment; cutting; blueprint reading; tile finishing; plastering

basic skills; use of woodworking power equipment and hand tools; safety; assembly techniques forming; framing; blueprint reading; code compliance; roofs, floors; drywall basic skills in layout, assembly, and repair of pipes, fittings, and fixtures; tool familiarization and care; safety further skills development in layout, assembly, and repair of pipes, fittings, and fixtures; blueprint reading; code compliance

unpaid practice and mastery of construction trades skills

continued unpaid practice and mastery of construction trades skills

paid on-the-job training in construction trades

continued paid on-the-job training in construction trades

introductory training in auto servicing; tool use; service station attendant training; tire service; road service

general training in basic auto maintenance; oil change; tire service; state inspection codes; service station attendant training; emergency road equipment

paid on-the-job training in auto service occupations

continued paid on- the-job training in auto service occupations

resource English; resource language arts; learning problems English; basic English/language skills; vocabulary development

not elsewhere classified

not elsewhere classified resource writing; sentence and paragraph development; forms and applications; letter writing

not elsewhere classified learning problems English; basic resource English; resource language arts; English/language skills; vocabulary development resource math; learning problems math; calculating devices; money management; basic math skills

calculation; measurement; practical shop uses; estimation; job skill development

budgets, taxes, interest, loans, financial planning

not elsewhere classified

resource career preparation; employability skills; job readiness; job interests; career options

school-to-work transition; planning for postsecondary training or education; job application and interviewing

combined basic science study; life science; human body; physical science; basic science concepts; applied science

not elsewhere classified citizenship; resource social studies; learning problems social studies; consumer skills, history and geography

not elsewhere classified

individualized instructional assistance to support regular courses; as needed study or survival skills support

study skills; resource study skills; learning problems

strategies for negotiating school; school behavior

general survival skills; independent living; social skills; daily living skills

speech therapy; mobility training; auditory or visual training

treatment for hypothermia; snow survival; avalanche rescue

damental career and employment skills a person is normally thought to need in order to function in society.

, beliefs, and emotional responses

building a positive self image; barriers

fabrics

d bar preparation; cashier