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									Connecting High School to                             Top 5 reasons to participate in CTE                                   Information Technology Education
                                                      Career Pathways:                                                      Network Systems
College and Career                                         1. To acquire technical skills training.
                                                           2. To participate in hands-on learning.
Career and Technical Education (CTE) provides              3. To jump-start your future career.
critical learning and hands-on skills through              4. To earn college credit while in high school
Career Pathways within eight Areas of Study.                  through concurrent enrollment classes.
Students who focus on a Pathway acquire the
skills necessary for entry into well-paid careers
                                                           5. To save time and money!                                       High School to
                                                      Ask yourself:
with high potential for rapid financial growth,
increased levels of responsibility, and a high                  What do I want to be doing in 5 years?                      College and Career
degree of personal satisfaction.                                What do I want to be doing in 10 years?

CTE Pathways:
                                                      Ask yourself:
                                                                What classes should I take to get ready
                                                                                                                                      PATHWAYS
        Will jump-start your future career.                     for college?
        Will give you unlimited opportunities.
                                                                What does it cost to go to college?
        Will help you plan for life after high
        school—before graduation.                     Ask yourself:
        Will save you time and money.                           Why should I take this class?
                                                                Why should I plan?
What is a Pathway?
                                                                Why should I study?
        A Pathway is a sequence of courses
                                                                Why should I graduate from high school?
        within your area of interest.
        A Pathway will connect your career            Ask yourself:
        interests from high school to college                   How can Pathways help me?
        and/or career.                                          How do I find the options that are right
        A Pathway will help you acquire the depth               for me?
        of knowledge and skill linked with specific             How do I find a satisfying career?
        post-secondary programs that will lead to
        a certificate or degree and/or career.
CTE: Keeping it REAL                                  Acquiring critical learning and hands-on skills
                                                      through education and training will open doors of
        Classroom instruction connects to the
                                                      opportunity for obtaining employment within your
        REAL world of work and future career
                                                      area of interest. Stay in school and finish your
        opportunities.
                                                      education. Your future depends on it.
        Statistics indicate that CTE graduates are
        worth higher wages because they
        are more productive than other workers.
                                                                 For more information log onto                                CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
Did you know?                                                         www.UtahCTE.org.
Ninety percent of jobs require training beyond                                                                                          Giving Students the Edge
high school.

                                                      Utah State Office of Education
                                                      250 East 500 South P.O. Box 144200
                                                      Salt Lake City, UT 84114-4200
                                                      Larry K. Shumway, Ed.D., State Superintendent of Public Instruction
                                                      Mary Shumway, State Director of Career and Technical Education
                                                High School to College and Career Pathway: Secondary
                                                                          Area of Study: Information Technology Education

Pathway: Network Systems
       Middle School                                                                      High School Suggested Education Plan                                                             College &
                                  State Requirements                                                                                                                                        Careers
7
  th
                 8
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                                                                    9 Grade
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                                                                                                10 Grade
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                                                                                                                            11 Grade
                                                                                                                                                          th
                                                                                                                                                       12 Grade                    →
                                                                                                                                                                                       Beyond
                                  Middle          High
Grade            Grade                                              Suggested                   Suggested                   Suggested                  Suggested                       High School
                                  School        School
Language Arts    Language Arts    2.00 Language   4.00              Language Arts 9             Language Arts 10            Language Arts 11           Language Arts 12                There are a number of
7 1.00           8 1.00                  Arts                       1.00                        1.00                        1.00                       1.00                            options for education
Pre-Algebra      Elem. Algebra    2.00 Math       3.00              Geometry or Applied         Intermediate Algebra        Computer Programming I                                     and training beyond
1.00             or Applied                                         Math II                     1.00                        1.00                                                       high school, depending
                 Math 1.00                                          1.00                                                                                                               on your career goals.
Science          Science          1.50    Science          3.00     Earth Systems              Biological Science           Additional credit
.50              1.00                                               1.00                       1.00                         1.00                                                       > Certificate
Utah Studies     U.S. History I   1.50    Social           2.50     Geography for Life         World Civilizations          U.S. History II               U.S. Government and          > Associate degree
.50              1.00                     Studies                   .50                        .50                          1.00                          Citizenship .50              > Bachelor’s degree
P.E.             Health           1.50    P.E./Health      2.00     Participation Skills and                      Fitness for Life .50 / Health Education .50                          > Professional degree
1.00             .50                                                Techniques .50                                      Lifetime Activities or Sport .50                               > On-the-job training
The Arts         The Arts         1.00    Fine Arts        1.50                                                 Fine Arts Courses                                                      > Apprenticeship
.50              .50                                                                                                   1.50                                                            > Military training
                                          Financial           .50                                                                             Financial Literacy
                                          Literacy                                                                                                    .50                              Network Systems is:
Keyboarding                               Computer            .50                   Computer Technology                                                                                > High skill
.50                                       Tech.                                            .50                                                                                         > High wage
CTE Intro                         1.00 Career and            1.00                                                                                                                      > High demand
                                                                                        Career and Technical Education                                                                 > Nontraditional for
1.00                                      Technical                                     Recommended Pathway Courses
                                          Education                                                                                                                                      females
                                                                               (Students may select individual courses for exploration, or
Workforce Trends                  Core Curriculum and                                  a complete Pathway for an in-depth focus.)
Growth will be driven by rapid    elective requirements may                  CLASS AVAILABILITY MAY VARY AT YOUR HIGH SCHOOL
                                                                                                                                                                                       Sample
increases in the computer and     vary district to district.
                                                                      Course #        Foundation Courses: (required)                      Credit                                       Occupations
data processing services          Check with your school
                                  counselor.                                          Choose 1.5 credits from the following courses:                                                   > Information
industry.                                                                                                                                                                                Technology
                                                                      11.0410         Certified Novell Administrator (CNA)                1.00
Get the Facts                     Concurrent enrollment                                                                                                    1.50 credits                  Education Teacher
                                                                      11.0420         Cisco Certified Network Administrator (CCNA)        1.00
The term “computer bug” was       course offerings vary by                                                                                                                             > LAN Administrator
                                                                      11.0430         Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP)              1.00
coined in the 1940s, when an      school and district.                                                                                                                                 > Network Analyst
                                                                      11.0440         Network Fundamentals                                 .50
insect got into a relay in a                                                                                                                                                           > Network Engineer
                                  Foundation courses taken                            Elective Courses:                                                                                > Telecommunication
primitive electromechanical
                                  beyond the required credits         11.0101         Information Technology, Introduction                 .50                                           Manager
computer, causing computer
malfunctions.                     can be used as elective             11.9920         A+ (Computer Maintenance)                           1.00
                                  credit.                             11.9940         Linux Fundamentals                                  1.00             1.50 credits
                                                                      11.0450         Security Fundamentals                                .50
                                                                      32.0199         Student Internship (Critical Workplace Skills)       .50
                                                                    Many Utah post-secondary programs accept high school courses toward a
                                                                                                                                                     3.00 credits for completion
                                                                    two- or four-year degree through concurrent enrollment.                                                            For more information on
                                                                    Check regional post-secondary Pathways for details.                                                                salary projections, labor
                                                                                                                                                                                       market demand, and
                                                                                                                                                                                       training options, visit
                                                                                                                                                                                       www.utahfutures.org.

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Note: For more information, talk to your school counselor.                                                                                                                                      Revised Jan 10

								
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