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20-21 High School Courses{a1474b88-e943-4771-be13-3b8882c5fdd4}20-21 High School CoursesBeginning with the class of 2010, 220 credit hours must be earned in the areas listed below. Ten credits are equivalent to one full year of credit in a specific subject. Please note that 'Max Fee' represents the maximum fee allowed to be charged by the district for that course. Schools may opt to charge less than the approved maximum. Please check with the school about actual fees for a specific course. Please click on one of the links to the left to see all courses in that content area. Courses List/DispForm.aspx?ID=74960{a1474b88-e943-4771-be13-3b8882c5fdd4}X68Career Internship ProgramThis course provides students with the opportunity to spend three or more hours per week in a job setting. Students receive one unit of credit for each fifteen hours of participation. Students meet with the coordinator of the program in small groups for career exploration and enrichment sessions. The program is designed to help students gain further knowledge of career opportunities.VaryPractical Arts10th;#11th;#12th;#varyOtherN/ANo Courses List/DispForm.aspx?ID=74997{a1474b88-e943-4771-be13-3b8882c5fdd4}PA5Civil and Architectural Engineering wtStudents will learn the relationship between structure and design by designing a habitat for humanity home and remodeling a large commercial building using Autodesk Revit software. Students will analyze all aspects of a building site and explore engineering challenges unique to Colorado. They will also study environmental engineering concepts such as basic fluid dynamics, water and wastewater treatment, stormwater management, and water resources. Membership in the Student Organization TSA is an integral part of this program. 10Practical Arts10th;#11th;#12th;#1 yearPractical ExperiencesSTEM, Arts, Design & information TechnologyNo30.0000000000000 Courses List/DispForm.aspx?ID=75090{a1474b88-e943-4771-be13-3b8882c5fdd4}PA3Design and Manufacturing wtThis course builds upon the 3D computer design skills students developed in Introduction to Engineering Design. Students will use VEX robotics equipment to design and build automated robots such as search and rescue bots or automated kids toys. Students will learn G&M code to run the milling machine to create jewelry/playing card boxes. They will also learn how to program a large robotic arm, build their very own VEX robotic arm, and design and build a whole class manufacturing line with VEX equipment. Four new software applications are learned in this course. Membership in the Student Organization TSA is an integral part of this program.10Practical Arts10th;#11th;#12th;#1 yearPractical ExperiencesSTEM, Arts, Design & information TechnologyNo30.0000000000000 ECO 101 Courses List/DispForm.aspx?ID=75145{a1474b88-e943-4771-be13-3b8882c5fdd4}FRCC ECO 101ECONOMICS OF SOCIAL ISSUESExamines major contemporary socio-economic issues and policies such as drugs and crime, education, health care, poverty and inequality, and globalization. These issues will be explored using economic tools and methods. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-SS1 category.5Practical Experiences OtherEquivalent testing score (e.g., ENG 121 or higher,) or enrollment in or completion of CCR 092 or CCR 093 or CCR 094. The CCR course or ENG 121 may be taken concurrently with this course.9th;#10th;#1 SemesterPractical ExperiencesBusiness, Marketing & Public AdministrationNo Courses List/DispForm.aspx?ID=75159{a1474b88-e943-4771-be13-3b8882c5fdd4}PA6Engineering Design and Development wtIn this capstone course, students will work mostly in teams to design and construct the solution to an engineering problem, applying the principles developed in preceding engineering courses. The problems will involve a wide range of engineering applications. Each student will be responsible for delivering progress reports and making various presentations of their project for an outside review panel of practicing engineers and scientists. Membership in the Student Organization TSA is an integral part of this program.10Practical Arts12th;#1 yearPractical ExperiencesSTEM, Arts, Design & information TechnologyNo30.0000000000000 Courses List/DispForm.aspx?ID=75375{a1474b88-e943-4771-be13-3b8882c5fdd4}X32HS Academic AssistantAcademic Assistant provides students with an organized experience to assist other students, through a helping relationship, with their studies and personal growth and development. The course provides opportunities for the students taking the course to develop a basic understanding of individual differences and to explore career options in related fields. Academic Assistant experiences are preplanned by the teacher of the course and any cooperating teacher under whom the tutoring is to be provided. The course provides a balance of class work relating to the development of and use of: (1) listening skills, (2) communication skills, (3) facilitation skills, (4) decision-making skills, and (5) teaching strategies.5ElectivesPlacement by permission of appropriate office staff or teacher 9th;#10th;#11th;#12th;#1 SemesterOtherN/ANo Courses List/DispForm.aspx?ID=75392{a1474b88-e943-4771-be13-3b8882c5fdd4}X22HS Office AssistantOffice Assistant provides students with instruction in the routines and responsibilities of a school office. Students in this program work with the department head, school counselor or secretary during a scheduled period of the school day. Students assist the school staff by performing a variety of supportive tasks including clerical (non-confidential) duties. Students may be scheduled to assist in the media center, the counseling office, the attendance office, the main office, or with individual teachers. Students who are interviewed and selected will serve as valuable resources for teachers and office personnel. Students are expected to be dependable and industrious. The ability to relate well with other students, adults, and visitors is very important.5ElectivesPlacement by permission of appropriate office staff or teacher 9th;#10th;#11th;#12th;#1 SemesterOtherN/ANo Courses List/DispForm.aspx?ID=75539{a1474b88-e943-4771-be13-3b8882c5fdd4}PA1Introduction to Engineering Design wtThis is an introductory course which develops student problems solving, project planning, and independent study skills. Student work completed in both individual and team settings. Most of the time is spent at the computer developing a 3D model of an object using state of the art computer hardware and software, AutoDesk Inventor. The course emphasizes the engineering design process. Students will create design prototypes in the engineering laboratory using the 3D printer and the laser cutter. Students will be learning basic circuitry and programming with Sparkfun Arduinos. Students will also explore career opportunities in various other engineering fields. Membership in the Student Organization TSA is an integral part of this program. 10Practical Arts9th;#10th;#1 yearPractical ExperiencesSTEM, Arts, Design & information TechnologyNo30.0000000000000 Courses List/DispForm.aspx?ID=75707{a1474b88-e943-4771-be13-3b8882c5fdd4}XMMMoney ManagementThis is a placeholder for completion of the Money Management Graduation Requirement by taking the online test.0N/A6th;#7th;#8th;#9th;#10th;#11th;#12th;#varyOtherN/ANo Courses List/DispForm.aspx?ID=75895{a1474b88-e943-4771-be13-3b8882c5fdd4}Q98Regular Transferred Course0N/A6th;#7th;#8th;#9th;#10th;#11th;#12th;#varyOtherN/ANo Courses List/DispForm.aspx?ID=75896{a1474b88-e943-4771-be13-3b8882c5fdd4}Q99Regular wt Transferred Course0N/A6th;#7th;#8th;#9th;#10th;#11th;#12th;#varyOtherN/ANo Courses List/DispForm.aspx?ID=76004{a1474b88-e943-4771-be13-3b8882c5fdd4}X61Student CouncilStudent Council provides students elected to student council with an organized period to carry out the functions of student governance. The purpose of this class is to teach, then develop, and then refine leadership skills. Skills taught will include project planning effective delegation, task identification analysis and scheduling, effective communication, the roll of interpersonal relationships in leadership, parliamentary procedure, constructive argumentation, and budgeting. Students will learn through both at-your-seat instruction and application to projects such as Homecoming, school and community service projects5Electives9th;#10th;#11th;#12th;#1 SemesterOtherN/ANo Courses List/DispForm.aspx?ID=76030{a1474b88-e943-4771-be13-3b8882c5fdd4}X25Technology AssistantStudents in this program assist the building technology administrator, media specialist, and/or IT technician and will have limited and controlled security access. Tasks may include, but are not limited to, lab preparation, software launching, hardware cleaning and repair, troubleshooting, equipment and software transfer, inventory and paperwork.5Electives9th;#10th;#11th;#12th;#1 SemesterOtherN/ANo