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           Four (4) credits in English, with a major concentration in composition, reading for information,
C-11       and literature.

           Four (4) credits in mathematics, one of which must be Algebra I, a series equivalent to
           Algebra I, or a high-level mathematics course. School districts are encouraged to set specific
D-11       goals to increase enrollments in, and successful completion of, geometry and Algebra II.
E-11       Three (3) credits in science, two of which must have a laboratory component.

         Three (3) credits in social studies as follows: one (1) credit in American history; one (1) credit
F-11     in world history; one-half credit in economics; and one-half credit in American Government.
G-11     One (1) credit in fine arts.
         One (1) credit in physical education to include integration of health.
         Four (4) credits in a major area of interest, such as sequential courses in a career and
         technical program, fine and performing arts, or academic content area, selected by the
         student as part of the education plan. Students may revise major areas of interest each year
         as part of annual course registration processes and should update their education plan to
H-8,9    reflect such revisions.
H-12     INDUSTRY CERTIFICATION AVAILABLE:
         Introductory Childcare Training, Florida Department of Children and Families
H-14     INDUSTRY CERTIFICATION AVAILABLE:
         1) Child Development Associate Equivalency (CDAE), Florida Departmnet of Education
         2) Staff Credential, Florida Department of Children and Families
B,C,D-18 INDUSTRY CERTIFICATION AVAILABLE:
         1) Director Credential, Florida Department of Children and Families
         2) School Age Professional Cert, Florida Department of Education
                                                                 Brevard Public Schools Career & Technical Education (CTE) Program of Study                                                                               Option 1
  Career Cluster: Architecture and Construction                                                                     Major area of Interest: Industrial - Architectural Drafting
  Career Cluster Pathway: Design/Pre-Construction                                                                   CTE Program: Drafting Technologies
                                                                  16 REQUIRED CORE CREDITS                                                                                 10 ADDITIONAL CREDITS
                                                                                                                                             1/2 credit Career Research & Decision Making
                                    ENGLISH                     MATH                       SCIENCE                     SOCIAL                1 HOPE (Health Opportunities through Physical Education)
                                                                                                                       STUDIES               1 Performing Fine Arts (*Signifies CTE course meets graduation requirements)
                                                                                                                                             7.5 Electives, Including CTE sequential Program of Study and recommended
                                      4 credits                4 credits                4 credits, 2 w/ lab              4 credits
                                                                                                                                             electives


                           Approved Dual Enrollment (DE) courses for qualified students may be used to satisfy high school graduation or Bright Futures Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements.
                                                                                                                                                  Career Research &
                                                                                         Biology 1 Honors or
                                                                                                                                                   Decision Making
                       9           English Honors 1         Geometry Honors             Integrated Science 1        World History Honors                                            *Drafting 1            Elective (Foreign Language)
                                                                                                                                                (.5cdt)/Elective (Ethics
                                                                                               Honors
                                                                                                                                                         .5cdt)
  HIGH SCHOOL




                                                                                        Chemisty 1 Honors or
                       10          English Honors 2         Algebra 2 Honors            Integrated Science 2      American History Honors               HOPE                        *Drafting 2            Elective (Foreign Language)
                                                                                               Honors

                                     AP English                                         Physics 1 Honors or
                                                       Pre Calc or Advanced Math                                   American Government             Elective (Art/3D                                          Elective (Computing for
                       11        Language & Comp                                        Integrated Science 3                                                                        *Drafting 3
                                                                 Topics                                          Honors/ Economics Honors          Comprehensive)                                              College & Careers)
                                 or English Honors 3                                           Honors


                                   AP English Lit &
                                                      AP Calculus, AP Statistics or                                 AP Psychology or DE
                                 Comp or DE English                                    AP Science, Integrated                                  Elective (Speech or DE        Elective (DE Civil Drafting
                                                       DE College Algebra MAC                                     Sociology SYG 2000 / DE
                       12        Comm 1 ENC 1101/                                      Science 4 Honors or DE                                 Speech SPC 2608/ DE Art       ETDC 1540 / DE Advanced            Elective (Internship)
                                                        1105/ DE Statistics STA                                   Psychology PSY 2012 or
                                 DE Technical Writing                                         Science                                            History ARH 1051)            AutoCAD ETDC 2351)
                                                                 2023                                             Sociology/ Psychology 1
                                     ENC 2210


                    Secondary career and technical education programs may lead to industry recognized certificates, occupational opportunities or postsecondary education options. Based on the Career Cluster of
                    interest and identified CTE program, the following postsecondary options are available. The official college or university catalog must be used to determine course requirements in the major.
  POSTSECONDARY




                                                              Information regarding high school to college and career transition can be accessed from FACTS.org
                                                                      BREVARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                                                                          UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S)
                                                *Denotes certificates or degres that may be available at other colleges but not at BCC.                                                   Bachelors Degree (four-year)

                  AutoCAD Foundations CCC                                             Drafting and Design Technology AS                                                    *Civil Engineering BS
                  Drafting CCC                                                        Interior Design Technology AS                                                        *Mechanical Engineering BS
                  Kitchen and Bath Specialization CCC                                 *Architectural Design and Construction Technology                                    *Landscape Architecture BS
                                                                                       Associate in Arts (AA) degrees are offered at all Florida Community Colleges and    *Architecture BS
                                                                                                  allow students to move on to complete a four-year degree.                *Building Construction (Management) BS
                                                                                                      SAMPLE CAREER SPECIALTIES
  CAREER




                  Architectural Drafter, Drafting Assistant                           Architectural Detailer, Drafting and Design Technician, CAD                          Civil Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Landscape
                                                                                      Operator/Specialist, Mechanical Drafter                                              Architect, Architect, Construction Manager

*Industry Certifications (Students):
Secondary:            AutoCAD 2008 Certified User
Postsecondary:


                                                                                                                                                                                                                      8/21/09
    Cell: C5
Comment: Four (4) credits in English, with a major concentration in composition, reading for information, and literature.

    Cell: D5
Comment: Four (4) credits in mathematics, one of which must be Algebra1, a series equivalent to Algebra 1, or a high-level mathematics course. School districts are encouraged to set
          specific goals to increase enrollments in, and successful completion of, geometry and Algebra 2.

    Cell: E5
Comment: Four (4) credits in science to include 3 sequential courses in either Biology, Chemistry, and Physics or Integrated 1, 2 and 3 plus one (1) science additional credit.

    Cell: F5
Comment: Four (4) credits in social studies as follows: one (1) credit in American history; one (1) credit in world history; one-half credit in economics; one-half credit in American
          Government; and one (1) social studies elective credit.

    Cell: H10
Comment: BCC: Tech Prep/Advance Standing Credit agreement course. Completion of Drafting or Drafting/Illustrative Design Tech 1, 2 & 3 w/ "B" or higher can lead to BCC credit in
          ETDC 2320 AutoCAD Fundamentals, ETDC 2355 AutoCAD 3D & TARC 1120 Architectural Drafting.

    Cell: H11
Comment: BCC: Tech Prep/Advance Standing Credit agreement course. Completion of Drafting or Drafting/Illustrative Design Tech 1, 2 & 3 w/ "B" or higher can lead to BCC credit in
          ETDC 2320 AutoCAD Fundamentals, ETDC 2355 AutoCAD 3D & TARC 1120 Architectural Drafting.

    Cell: H12
Comment: BCC: Tech Prep/Advance Standing Credit agreement course. Completion of Drafting or Drafting/Illustrative Design Tech 1, 2 & 3 w/ "B" or higher can lead to BCC credit in
          ETDC 2320 AutoCAD Fundamentals, ETDC 2355 AutoCAD 3D & TARC 1120 Architectural Drafting.

    Cell: C13
Comment: BCC: Dual Enrollment ENC 1101 (English Communications 1) (1 HS credit or 3 college credits) and ENC 2210 Technical Writing is a suggested option for qualified students
          who are seeking an AS, AA, or BS/BA degree.

    Cell: D13
Comment: BCC: Dual Enrollment MAC 1105, College Algebra and STA 2023 Statistics are suggested but not required for qualified high school students who are AA or BA/BS degree
          seeking. MAT 1033, Intermediate College Algebra, is suggested but not required for qualified high school students who are seeking an AS degree.

    Cell: F13
Comment: BCC: Dual Enrollment: Sociology SYG 2000 and General Psychology PSY 2012 are suggested for qualified students who are seeking an AA, AS, or BS/BA degree.

    Cell: G13
Comment: BCC/ Dual Enrollment SPC2608 Speech is a recommended option for qualified students and equals .5 HS credit and 3 required college credits for the AA or AAS programs.
          ARH 1051 will satisfy both the .5 HS credit for Fine Arts and 3 college credits for Humanities in the AA or AAS programs.

    Cell: B18
Comment: BCC: Tech Prep/Advance Standing Credit can apply to this certificate. ETDC 2320 and ETDC 2355

    Cell: E18
Comment: BCC: Tech Prep/Advance Standing Credit can apply to this degree. ETDC 2320, ETDC 2355, and TARC 1120.

    Cell: B19
Comment: BCC: Tech Prep/Advance Standing Credit can apply to this certificate. ETDC 2320, ETDC 2355, and TARC 1120.
                                                                                                                                                                                8/21/09
                                                               Brevard Public Schools Career & Technical Education (CTE) Program of Study                                                                           Option 2
  Career Cluster: Architecture and Construction                                                                Major area of Interest: Industrial - Architectural Drafting

  Career Cluster Pathway: Design/Pre-Construction                                                              CTE Program: Drafting Technologies
                                                              16 REQUIRED CORE CREDITS                                                                             10 ADDITIONAL CREDITS
                                                                                                                                      1/2 credit Career Research & Decision Making
                                    ENGLISH                   MATH                     SCIENCE                  SOCIAL                1 HOPE (Health Opportunities through Physical Education)
                                                                                                                STUDIES               1 Performing Fine Arts (*Signifies CTE course meets graduation requirements)
                                                                                                                                      7.5 Electives, Including CTE sequential Program of Study and recommended electives
                                      4 credits               4 credits             4 credits, 2 w/ lab           4 credits

                           Approved Dual Enrollment (DE) courses for qualified students may be used to satisfy high school graduation or Bright Futures Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements.

                                                                                                                                          Career Research &
                                                                                      Biology 1 Honors or
                                                                                                                                           Decision Making
                       9           English Honors 1           Algebra 1              Integrated Science 1    World History Honors                                           *Drafting 1            Elective (Foreign Language)
                                                                                                                                        (.5cdt)/Elective Ethics
                                                                                            Honors
                                                                                                                                                (.5cdt)
  HIGH SCHOOL




                                                                                    Chemisty 1 Honors or
                                                                                                               American History
                       10          English Honors 2           Geometry              Integrated Science 2                                        HOPE                        *Drafting 2            Elective (Foreign Language)
                                                                                                                  Honors
                                                                                           Honors

                                  AP English Lang &                                  Physics 1 Honors or    American Government
                                                                                                                                           Elective (Art/3D                                       Elective (Computing for College
                       11          Comp or English            Algebra 2              Integrated Science 3    Honors/ Economics                                              *Drafting 3
                                                                                                                                           Comprehensive)                                                    & Careers)
                                      Honors 3                                              Honors                 Honors


                                   AP English Lit &                                                           AP Psychology or                                      Elective (DE Civil Drafting
                                                       Advanced Math Topics,       AP Science or Integrated
                       12          Comp or English                                                          Sociology / Psychology        Elective (Speech)         ETDC 1540 /DE Advanced             Elective (Internship)
                                                       PreCalc, or AP Statistics      Science 4 Honors
                                      Honors 4                                                                         1                                             AutoCAD ETDC 2351)


                    Secondary career and technical education programs may lead to industry recognized certificates, occupational opportunities or postsecondary education options. Based on the Career Cluster of
                    interest and identified CTE program, the following postsecondary options are available. The official college or university catalog must be used to determine course requirements in the major.
  POSTSECONDARY




                                                             Information regarding high school to college and career transition can be accessed from FACTS.org
                                                                  BREVARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                                                                       UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S)
                                            *Denotes certificates or degres that may be available at other colleges but not at BCC.                                                Bachelors Degree (four-year)
                  AutoCAD Foundations CCC                                          Drafting and Design Technology AS                                              *Civil Engineering BS
                  Drafting CCC                                                     Interior Design Technology AS                                                  *Mechanical Engineering BS
                  Kitchen and Bath Specialization CCC                              *Architectural Design and Construction Technology                              *Landscape Architecture BS
                                                                                   Associate in Arts (AA) degrees are offered at all Florida Community Colleges *Architecture BS
                                                                                          and allow students to move on to complete a four-year degree.         *Building Construction       (Management) BS
  CAREER




                                                                                                   SAMPLE CAREER SPECIALTIES
                  Architectural Drafter, Drafting Assistant                        Architectural Detailer, Drafting and Design Technician, CAD                    Civil Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Landscape
                                                                                   Operator/Specialist, Mechanical Drafter                                        Architect, Architect, Construction Manager
*Industry Certifications (Students):
Secondary:            AutoCAD 2008 Certified User
Postsecondary:


                                                                                                                                                                                                                8/21/09
    Cell: C5
Comment: Four (4) credits in English, with a major concentration in composition, reading for information, and literature.

    Cell: D5
Comment: Four (4) credits in mathematics, one of which must be Algebra1, a series equivalent to Algebra 1, or a high-level mathematics course. School districts are encouraged to set
          specific goals to increase enrollments in, and successful completion of, geometry and Algebra 2.

    Cell: E5
Comment: Four (4) credits in science to include 3 sequential courses in either Biology, Chemistry, and Physics or Integrated 1, 2 and 3 plus one (1) science additional credit.

    Cell: F5
Comment: Four (4) credits in social studies as follows: one (1) credit in American history; one (1) credit in world history; one-half credit in economics; one-half credit in American
          Government; and one (1) social studies elective credit.

    Cell: H10
Comment: BCC: Tech Prep/Advance Standing Credit agreement course. Completion of Drafting or Drafting/Illustrative Design Tech 1, 2 & 3 w/ "B" or higher can lead to BCC credit in
          ETDC 2320 AutoCAD Fundamentals, ETDC 2355 AutoCAD 3D & TARC 1120 Architectural Drafting.

    Cell: H11
Comment: BCC: Tech Prep/Advance Standing Credit agreement course. Completion of Drafting or Drafting/Illustrative Design Tech 1, 2 & 3 w/ "B" or higher can lead to BCC credit in
          ETDC 2320 AutoCAD Fundamentals, ETDC 2355 AutoCAD 3D & TARC 1120 Architectural Drafting.

    Cell: H12
Comment: BCC: Tech Prep/Advance Standing Credit agreement course. Completion of Drafting or Drafting/Illustrative Design Tech 1, 2 & 3 w/ "B" or higher can lead to BCC credit in
          ETDC 2320 AutoCAD Fundamentals, ETDC 2355 AutoCAD 3D & TARC 1120 Architectural Drafting.

    Cell: B18
Comment: BCC: Tech Prep/Advance Standing Credit can apply to this certificate.
          ETDC 2320 and ETDC 2355

    Cell: E18
Comment: BCC: Tech Prep/Advance Standing Credit can apply to this degree.
          ETDC 2320, ETDC 2355, and TARC 1120.

    Cell: B19
Comment: BCC: Tech Prep/Advance Standing Credit can apply to this certificate.
          ETDC 2320, ETDC 2355, and TARC 1120.




                                                                                                                                                                                8/21/09
                                                                 Brevard Public Schools Career & Technical Education (CTE) Program of Study                                                                          Option 3
  Career Cluster: Architecture and Construction                                                                   Major area of Interest: Industrial - Architectural Drafting
  Career Cluster Pathway: Design/Pre-Construction                                                                 CTE Program: Drafting Technologies
                                                                16 REQUIRED CORE CREDITS                                                                               10 ADDITIONAL CREDITS
                                                                                                                                          1/2 credit Career Research & Decision Making
                                      ENGLISH                   MATH                     SCIENCE                     SOCIAL               1 HOPE (Health Opportunities through Physical Education)
                                                                                                                     STUDIES              1 Performing Fine Arts (*Signifies CTE course meets graduation requirements)
                                                                                                                                          7.5 Electives, Including CTE sequential Program of Study and recommended electives
                                        4 credits               4 credits             4 credits, 2 w/ lab             4 credits


                             Approved Dual Enrollment (DE) courses for qualified students may be used to satisfy high school graduation or Bright Futures Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements.

                                                                                                                                              Career Research &
                                                                                     Biology 1 or Intergrated                                  Decision Making
                         9              English 1             Applied Math 1                                         World History                                            *Drafting 1            Elective (Intensive Reading)
   HIGH SCHOOL




                                                                                            Science1                                        (.5cdt)/Elective Ethics
                                                                                                                                                    (.5cdt)

                                                                                    Chemistry 1 or Intergrated
                        10              English 2             Applied Math 2                                       American History                 HOPE                      *Drafting 2            Elective (Intensive Reading)
                                                                                           Science 2


                                                           Informal Geometry or      Physics 1 or Intergrated    American Government/          Elective (Art/3D
                        11              English 3                                                                                                                             *Drafting 3            Elective (Intensive Reading)
                                                                Geometry 1                 Science 3                  Economics                Comprehensive)


                                                                                                                 Sociology / Psychology            Fine Art
                        12              English 4               Algebra 2             Integrated Science 4                                                                    Drafting 4             Elective (Intensive Reading)
                                                                                                                            1              (Art3D/Comprehensive 1)

                     Secondary career and technical education programs may lead to industry recognized certificates, occupational opportunities or postsecondary education options. Based on the Career Cluster of
                     interest and identified CTE program, the following postsecondary options are available. The official college or university catalog must be used to determine course requirements in the major.
   POSTSECONDARY




                                                               Information regarding high school to college and career transition can be accessed from FACTS.org
                                                                   BREVARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                                                                        UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S)
                                              *Denotes certificates or degres that may be available at other colleges but not at BCC.                                                Bachelors Degree (four-year)
                   AutoCAD Foundations CCC                                          Drafting and Design Technology AS                                             *Civil Engineering BS
                   Drafting CCC                                                     Interior Design Technology AS                                                 *Mechanical Engineering BS
                   Kitchen and Bath Specialization CCC                              *Architectural Design and Construction Technology                             *Landscape Architecture BS
                                                                                     Associate in Arts (AA) degrees are offered at all Florida Community Colleges *Architecture BS
                                                                                            and allow students to move on to complete a four-year degree.         *Building Construction (Management) BS
                                                                                                     SAMPLE CAREER SPECIALTIES
   CAREER




                   Architectural Drafter, Drafting Assistant                        Architectural Detailer, Drafting and Design Technician, CAD                       Civil Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Landscape
                                                                                    Operator/Specialist, Mechanical Drafter                                           Architect, Architect, Construction Manager
                   Drafting Assistant
*Industry Certifications (Students):
Secondary:             AutoCAD 2008 Certified User
Postsecondary:




                                                                                                                                                                                                                8/21/09
    Cell: C5
Comment: Four (4) credits in English, with a major concentration in composition, reading for information, and literature.

    Cell: D5
Comment: Four (4) credits in mathematics, one of which must be Algebra1, a series equivalent to Algebra 1, or a high-level mathematics course. School districts are encouraged to set
          specific goals to increase enrollments in, and successful completion of, geometry and Algebra 2.

    Cell: E5
Comment: Four (4) credits in science to include 3 sequential courses in either Biology, Chemistry, and Physics or Integrated 1, 2 and 3 plus one (1) science additional credit.

    Cell: F5
Comment: Four (4) credits in social studies as follows: one (1) credit in American history; one (1) credit in world history; one-half credit in economics; one-half credit in American
          Government; and one (1) social studies elective credit.

    Cell: H10
Comment: BCC: Tech Prep/Advance Standing Credit agreement course. Completion of Drafting or Drafting/Illustrative Design Tech 1, 2 & 3 w/ "B" or higher can lead to BCC credit in
          ETDC 2320 AutoCAD Fundamentals, ETDC 2355 AutoCAD 3D & TARC 1120 Architectural Drafting.

    Cell: H11
Comment: BCC: Tech Prep/Advance Standing Credit agreement course. Completion of Drafting or Drafting/Illustrative Design Tech 1, 2 & 3 w/ "B" or higher can lead to BCC credit in
          ETDC 2320 AutoCAD Fundamentals, ETDC 2355 AutoCAD 3D & TARC 1120 Architectural Drafting.

    Cell: H12
Comment: BCC: Tech Prep/Advance Standing Credit agreement course. Completion of Drafting or Drafting/Illustrative Design Tech 1, 2 & 3 w/ "B" or higher can lead to BCC credit in
          ETDC 2320 AutoCAD Fundamentals, ETDC 2355 AutoCAD 3D & TARC 1120 Architectural Drafting.

    Cell: B18
Comment: BCC: Tech Prep/Advance Standing Credit can apply to this certificate.
          ETDC 2320 and ETDC 2355

    Cell: E18
Comment: BCC: Tech Prep/Advance Standing Credit can apply to this degree.
          ETDC 2320, ETDC 2355, and TARC 1120.

    Cell: B19
Comment: BCC: Tech Prep/Advance Standing Credit can apply to this certificate.
          ETDC 2320, ETDC 2355, and TARC 1120.




                                                                                                                                                                                8/21/09
  Date            Attendees

          Cindy Ivey
          Julie Sanders
          Don Greene
12-Sep-07
          Janice Scholz
          Holly McKnight
          Chris Broomfield



20-Oct-07
            Holly McKnight

87-Aug-09 Janice Scholz
          Cindy Ivey
                                          Relevant Changes to POS

10/16 Changes to Science to meet RT's suggestions.




Made all Science Classes consistant with other POS by having Biology, etc. listed before Integrated Sciences.

				
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