Power, Structural and Technical Systems
Career Goal (O*NET Code): Construction Managers (11-9021), Cost Estimators (13- Cluster Overview: The Agricultural, Food and Natural Resources cluster focuses on careers in the planning, implementation,
1051), Carpentry Technicians (47-2031) production, management, processing, and/or marketing of agricultural commodities and services.
SUGGESTED COURSEWORK EXTENDED LEARNING EXPERIENCES
English I World Geography Curricular Experiences: Extra-curricular Experiences:
Core Courses: Algebra I Languages other than English I Texas FFA Association Farm Bureau Exchange Programs
Biology Health/PE or Equivalent Field Trips
Career-Related Introduction to World Agricultural Science and Technology AND Guest Speakers
Electives: Applied Agricultural Science & Technology
English II World History
Core Courses: Geometry Languages other than English II
Chemistry Business Computer Information Systems I**
Introduction to Agricultural Mechanics AND Home Maintenance & Improvement
English III United States History Career-Based Learning Experiences: Service Learning Experiences:
Core Courses: Algebra II Communication Applications Career Preparation (Paid/Unpaid) Habitat for Humanity
Physics PE or Equivalent
Job Shadowing UM-Army
Internships Community Service Volunteer
Career-Related Agricultural Structures Technology AND Agricultural Metal Fabrication Technology or Girl Scouts of the USA
Electives: Agricultural Mechanics I* or Career Preparation* Boy Scouts of America
English IV Government/Economics 4-H
Core Courses: AP Statistics Fine Arts
AP Environmental Science
Agricultural Mechanics I* or Agricultural Mechanics II* or Career Preparation*
Framing Crew Member Apartment Maintenance Helper Electrician's Helper
Carpenter's Helper Plumber's Helper Association of Builders and Contractors
American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers
NOTE: These experiences may be started and/or completed as part of the high school experience. Association of General Contractors
NCCER Carpentry Technician Apartment Maintenance Technician Plumber's Apprentice Career Options: Local / Regional Apartment Associations
OSHA General Industry Safety Apprentice Real Estate Inspector Electrician's Apprentice Assistant Estimator
Assistant Crew Chief
NOTE: Students may earn all or part of these certificates as part of the high school experience.
Career Options: Construction Crew Chief
Construction Technician Agricultural Systems Management Survey Technician
Job Site Chief Real Estate Inspector
Landscape Irrigator Real Estate Inspector GPS Technician Carpentry Technician
GIS Technician Journey Plumber
Agricultural Systems Management Architecture Career Options:
Project Manager Craft Trades Supervisor
Construction Science Architectural Engineering
Cost Estimator Bid Manager
Structural Engineering Agricultural & Biological Engineering
Agricultural Mechanization Agricultural & Biological Engineering Property Manager Construction Management Specialist
Adult Education & Training Project Planner Cost Manager
* May substitute for the required credit for Physical Education Students should take Advanced Placement (AP), This plan of study serves as a guide, along with other career planning materials, for pursuing a career path and is based on the most recent information as of 2007.
** Satisfies the required credit for Technology Applications International Baccalaureate (IB), dual credit, or All plans should meet High School graduation requirements as well as college entrance requirements.
*** May substitute for the required credit for Health Education Advanced Technical Credit (ATC) local articulated Students may select other elective courses for personal enrichment purposes.
courses, if possible.
Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources: Power, Structural and Technical Systems: Construction Manager - June, 2007