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									Career Cluster: Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics                                                  Secondary CTE Program: Communications Technology (Graphics)
Career Cluster Pathway: Engineering & Technology (SCPA)                                                        Educational Agency: Orange County Public Schools 2010-2011
                                                                               16 CORE CURRICULUM CREDITS                                                    8 ADDITIONAL CREDITS
                                                                                                                                   OTHER REQUIRED       CAREER AND TECHNICAL
                                                                                                                                      COURSES            EDUCATION COURSES
                                                                                              SCIENCE            SOCIAL                                                            RECOMMENDED
                                                             ENGLISH            MATH                                                  FINE OR                                        ELECTIVES
                                                                 4 credits       4 credits
                                                                                                3 credits, 2     STUDIES           PRACTICAL ARTS
                                                                                                                                                       Major Area of Interest:
                                                                                                  with lab         3 credits           (1 cdt)         Communication
                                                                                                                                      PHYSICAL         Technology
                                                                                                                                   EDUCATION (1 cdt)

                         Career Cluster of interest identified by students enrolled in mandatory middle school career education course that includes interest
                                                 assessment through CHOICES and ePersonal Education Planner through
                                                                                                 Physical      Global Studies or                          Communications

                                     9                           English I      Algebra I
                                                                                                 Science       World Geography
                                                                                                                                                           Technology I
                                                                                                                                                                                   Foreign Language
                                                                                                                                       Fine or
                                     10                       English II        Geometry         Biology         World History      Practical Arts
                                                                                                                                                           Technology II
                                                                                                                                                                                   Foreign Language
                                     11                       English III       Algebra II      Chemistry      American History
                                                                                                                                                           Technology III
                                                                               Calculus or                       American
                                     12                       English IV
                                                                                                                                                       Advanced Applications       Computer Related

                       Dual enrollment courses may be used to satisfy high school graduation or Bright Futures Gold Seal Vocational Scholars course requirements - see the
                                   Articulation Coordinating Committee's Dual Enrollment Equivalency List and the Bright Futures Comprehensive Course Table.
                     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 career and technical education program, the following postsecondary options are available.

                           TECHNICAL CENTER PROGRAM(S)                             VALENCIA COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAM(S)                                       UNIVERSITY PROGRAM(S)
                                                                               Technical Certificates: Graphic Design Production, Graphic Design
                      Winter Park Tech, Mid Florida Tech and Westside Tech                                                                                      University of Central Florida
                                                                                  Support, Graphics- Interactive Design Production, Graphics –
                                           Digital Design
                                                                                                   Interactive Design Support
                                            Mid FL Tech                                                                                                        Bachelor of Applied Science
                                                                                       A.S. Degree: Graphics Technology A.S. Degree
                                    Digital Printing Technology
                                                                                                 Graphic Design Specialization                         B.A.S. - Supervision & Administration Track
                                                                                                Interactive Design Specialization                          B.A.S. - Industrial Operations Track
                                                                                Click on Links Below to View Sample Job Titles

                                                                                    Graphic Designers - SOC Code: 27-1024.00
                                                                             Multi-Media Artists and Animators - SOC Code: 27-1014.00
                                                                         ARTICULATION AND CTE DUAL ENROLLMENT OPPORTUNITIES

                         High School to Technical Center (PSAV)                       High School to College Credit Cert. or Degree                      PSAV/PSV to AAS or AS to BS or BAS
                                 Dual Enrollment – Mid FL Tech                              Articulation by Joint Assessment                           Mid FL Tech Digital Printing Technology (1,800
                                   Digital Printing Technology                 GRA 1203C Layout, Design and Copy Preparation (3 college credits)       hours) to Valencia’s Graphics Technology A.S.
                                                                                                                                                       Degree (8 credits)
                                                                                                                                                                      A.S. to B.A.S at UCF
Possible Industry Certifications (Students):
                  High School:            Adobe Certified Associates (Dreamweaver, Flash & Photoshop); Adobe Certified Expert (After Effects, Premiere Pro), Comp TIA CDIA+
                                          Adobe Certified Associate (Dreamweaver, Flash & Photoshop), Adobe Certified Expert (Acrobat, After Effects, Illustrator, InDesign), NOCTI
                                          Graphic Communication Technology (PSAV-Digital Printing Technology), Certified Internet Web (CWI) Master Designer (AS/AAS)
                                  Orange  Osceola  Valencia Career Pathways Consortium
                                         Postsecondary Career Pathway Programs
                                                            Technical Center Articulation
                                           Postsecondary Career Pathway Programs
        Students successfully completing the Digital Printing Technology technical center program with 1,800 hours are eligible to receive 8
         Valencia Community College credits upon enrollment in the Graphics Technology A.S. program.
        Students successfully completing the Digital Design technical center program with 1,200 hours are eligible to receive 10 Valencia
         Community College credits upon enrollment in the Graphics Technology A.S. program.

                                           Go to tech center transfer agreements (click link) for more information.

                      High School Articulation by Joint Assessment to Valencia Community College

    Valencia Community College Option – Graphics Technology A.S. Degree - Graphic Design Specialization – 64 cr.
           Foundation Courses                          Intermediate Courses                          Advanced Courses                    Mandatory College
 ENC 1101 Freshman Composition I               GRA 2156C Adobe Illustrator                GRA 2141C Web Page Design                      Placement
 GRA 1142C Graphic Design Essentials           GRA 1206C Fundamentals of Typography       DIG 2500C Fundamentals of Interactive Design   Assessment in
 ART 1201C Design I                            GRA 2201C Electronic Imaging               GRA 1951C Portfolio Review                     Reading, Writing &
 ART 1300C Drawing I                           GRA 1203C Layout, Design and Copy          GRA 2942 Internship in Graphics                Math
 ARH 1000 The Visual Arts Today or ARH         GRA 2121C Publication Design               GRA 2113C Advanced Graphic Design I            Academic Advising
 2050 Introduction to Art History I
                                                                                                                                         with Career
 INP 1301 Psychology in Business and           GRA 2151C Illustrating                     GRA 2182C Advanced Graphic Design II
 Industry or PSY 1012 General Psychology                                                                                                 Program Advisor
 Science or Math A.S. Gen Ed                                                              GRA 2310C Graphic Reproduction Processes
 POS 2041 U.S. Government
 GRA 1413 Professional Development for
 GRA 1933 Fundamentals of Creative

Specialization in Interactive Design is also available. Shorter term Technical Certificates are available in Graphic Design Production, Graphic Design
Support, Graphics – Interactive Design Production, and Graphics - Interactive Design Support. Highlighted course is awarded after successful
completion of Graphics II and a joint assessment. Credits are awarded at Valencia Community College. See website for details.

           Orange County Career & Technical                             Osceola District Schools Career               Valencia Community College including
        Education including CTE Dual Enrollment:                             & Technical Education:                      articulation by joint assessment:             

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