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                                                 Mountlake Terrace High School
                                                2011-2012 Course Catalog
                                              Career & Technology Education


 Business and Finance                         Engineering and Technology                      Marketing
 Accounting 1-2                               Computer Programming                            Marketing Essentials
 Accounting 3-4                               Intro to Engineering Design (PLTW)              Entrepreneurship: Starting a Business
 Yearbook                                     Principles of Engineering (PLTW)                Retail Store Management
 Business Law                                 Drafting for Civil & Architectural              Sports and Entertainment Marketing
 Financial Algebra - see Math                    Engineering (PLTW)
                                              Robotics 1                                      Sports Medicine
                                              Robotics 2                                      Sports Medicine
 Computer                                     Digital Electronics (PLTW)                      Advanced Sports Medicine
 Digital Communications                       Architectural Drafting                          Field Experience – Sports Medicine
 Computer Applications 1                        (See Intra – District Courses)
 Computer Programing – See                    Engineering Design & Development                Intra-District Courses
   Engineering & Technology(CTE)                (PLTW)                                        Careers in Education
 Computer Animation                           Auto Basics                                     Computer Repair & Digital Forensics
 Web Design 1                                 Intermediate Auto Technology                    Architectural Drafting
 Web Design 2                                   (See Intra– District Courses)                 Intermediate Auto Technology
                                              Advanced Auto Technology                        Adv. Auto Technology
 Family and Consumer Science                    (See Intra - District Courses)                Biotechnology, Biomedicine & Genetics
 Personal Finance                                                                             Carpentry & Bldg Construction
 Family Sociology                             Video and Photography                           Adv. Carpentry & Bldg Construction
 Relationships                                Digital Photography                             Fire Service Technology
 Fashion Sewing & Design                      Advanced Digital Photography                    Health Care Professions
 Chef 1                                       Video/Film Production                           Environmental Horticulture
 Chef 2                                       Advanced Video/Film Production                  Law and Justice
 Chef 3                                       Broadcast Production/Hawk TV
 Interior Design                              Graphic Arts 1 – See Art                        Sno-isle Tech Skill Center Courses
 Child Development                            Graphic Arts 2 – See Art




Business and Finance

Accounting 1 -2 (BUS101/102)                     Tech Prep College Credit Available by Application
Prerequisite: Algebra 1                          Students learn how to run their own business through recording business transactions,
                                                 preparing financial statements, reconciling bank statements, and operating a
Open to grades 10, 11, 12
                                                 computerized accounting system. These skills are applicable to all business and personal
Length: 2 semesters/year long                    financial activities. This class is highly recommended for all students interested in a
Credits: .5 per semester                         career in business or enrolled in the Marketing program.
Equivalency: .5 credit = .5 credit Math for
class of 2011 and 2012 only.


Accounting 3-4 (BUS300/400)                      For the class of 2013 and beyond, this class fulfills the third year math
Prerequisite: Accounting 1-2                     requirement.
                                                 The field of accounting offers greater career opportunities than ever before. This course
Open to grades 11, 12
                                                 is highly recommended for students who have completed Accounting 1. In this course,
Length: 2 semesters/ year long                   students will study partnerships and corporate accounting, departmental, product cost
Credits: .5 per semester                         and managerial cost control accounting.
Equivalency: .5 credit = .5 credit Math for
2013 and Beyond

Yearbook (BUS301/302)
                                                  Students in this class will be responsible for producing the yearbook. Students will take
Prerequisite: None                                photos of events and activities, design and lay out pages, and write stories and
Open to grades 10, 11, 12                         captions. This course teaches desktop publishing skills, communication skills, and
Length: 2 semesters/year long                     leadership skills. Students who enjoy challenging and creative activities are well suited
Credits: .5 per semester                          for this class. Students must successfully complete an application process for
Equivalency: .5 credit = .25 Art                  permission to register.


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  Business Law (BUS334)                              This course is a must for the student interested in a business career and for the student
 Prerequisite: None                                  interested in learning his or her rights and responsibilities. Students will learn about
                                                     ethics, morals, contracts, torts, liabilities, and even visit a courtroom. The information
 Opens to grades 10,11,12
                                                     covered in this class is the type of data all informed consumers should be aware of.
 Length: 1 semester                                  Learning will be assessed in a variety of methods: comparisons to scoring rubrics and
 Credits: .5                                         models, traditional tests, demonstrations of ability to apply knowledge, project based
learning, teacher observations/evaluations, and
peer evaluations


Computer

Digital Communications (COM119)                      This course provides students with a base level of technology skills needed to be
Prerequisite: None                                   successful both academically and professionally. Students will explore computers,
                                                     computer software, hardware, software applications, the Internet, and career planning.
Open to grades 9, 10, 11, 12
Length: 1 semester
Credits: .5


 Computer Applications (COM100)                      Students learn to use the Microsoft Office Suite which includes: Word, Excel, Access,
Prerequisite: Digital Communications and             and PowerPoint. In addition to manipulating data in existing files, students will learn
Teacher permission                                   how to create business applications for various problems from simple to complex layouts
                                                     producing their own printed documents. MOS Certification Preparatory Tests are
Open to grades 9, 10, 11, 12                         available. It is a helpful course for students planning to enroll in Accounting, Journalism,
Length: 1 semester                                   Math and Science.
Credits: .5


 Computer Animation (COM223/224)                     Tech Prep College Credit Available by Application
Prerequisite: Digital Communications or              This course prepares students for the exciting and creative field of computer animation.
Teacher signature                                    Using industry recognized software, students will learn sketching techniques, graphic
                                                     design, story development, and 3D modeling. In addition, students will develop and
Open to grades 10, 11, 12
                                                     demonstrate effective use of elements and principles of 2D and 3D design and animation.
Length: 2 semesters/year long
Credits: .5 per semester
Equivalency: .5 credit = .5 Art


 Web Design 1 (COM 483/COM484)                       The web has become an essential medium for communication, entertainment,
Prerequisite: Digital Communications or              information, and for business integration. This course will give students the skills to
Teacher signature                                    create up-to-date and user-friendly web pages using HTML, CSS, and the commercial
                                                     tools in Adobe Design Premium suite (Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Fireworks). The focus
Open to grades 10, 11, 12
                                                     of this course will be to create graphics and web pages for personal and business
Length: 1 semester or yearlong                       applications. Students will begin work on a web portfolio.
Credits: .5 per semester



Web Design 2 (COM 484)                               Tech Prep College Credit Available by Application upon completion of Web
Prerequisite: Web Design 1                           Design 1 and 2.
                                                     This course will give students the opportunity to develop skills introduced in the first
                                                     semester. The focus of this course will be to create interactive web applications that may
Open to grades 10, 11, 12
                                                     include graphics, JavaScript, audio, video, and animation for personal and business
Length: 1 semester                                   applications. The students will create a web portfolio of their work from this course.
Credits: .5 per semester

Family and Consumer Science

Personal Finance (HEC315)                              Fulfills Graduation Requirement In this course, students will gain the skills and
Prerequisite: none                                     knowledge needed to confidently approach the challenges and decisions faced as
                                                       independent managers of their personal finances. Topics in this course will include
Open to grade 12
                                                       financial responsibility and decision making, personal income, taxes, savings,
Length: 1 semester                                     investments, banking, credit, debt, risk management, insurance, and purchasing goods
Credits: .5                                            and services. Students will also explore the financial requirements for their post-high
school training and career interests, as well as strengthen employment seeking skills through development of a professional employment
portfolio and participation in a simulated job interview.

Family Sociology (HEC355)                            Is my family crazy? Activity based course that addresses families, human behavior and
Prerequisite: None                                   development and relationships. This class combines psychology and sociology to
                                                     understand why our family members can sometimes drive us crazy, yet we still can't live
Open to grades 9, 10, 11, 12
                                                     without them. Very cool opportunity to learn about yourself and others. Learning will be
Length: 1 semester                                   assessed in a variety of methods: comparisons to scoring rubrics and models, traditional
Credits: .5                                          quizzes, demonstrations of ability to apply knowledge, projects, teacher
                                                     observations/evaluations and peer evaluation.


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Relationships (HEC356)                              Put the fun in dysfunctional. This class designed to help students have a better
Prerequisite: None                                  understanding of relationships. We all know what a bad relationship looks like, but do we
                                                    know what it takes to have a lasting relationship? Whether it is with the opposite sex or
Open to grades 9, 10, 11, 12
                                                    with friends, this project based class is designed to help you wade through all types of
Length: 1 semester                                  relationships. Students will investigate healthy relationships and conflict management
Credits: .5                                         techniques to apply to their own personal behavior.


Fashion Sewing & Design (HEC405/406)                 Explore the world of fashion in this introductory level class. Fashion trends, design styles
Prerequisite: None                                   and the history of fashion affect what is currently “in style”. This course will cover
                                                     concepts such as fashion & design, clothing construction, textiles, and careers in the
Open to grades 10, 11, 12
                                                     fashion and clothing industry. Learn about color, design and create several projects. This
Length: 2 semesters/ year long                       class is project based and students will be required to complete individual sewing
Credits: .5 per semester                             projects. During the semester, students will be purchasing project materials from local
Equivalency: .5 credit = .25 credit of Art           fabric stores. The total for these supplies/materials range from $20 - $30.


Chef 1 (HEC450)                                     This course is an introductory course which includes “hands-on” practice in food
Prerequisite: None                                  preparation techniques, kitchen safety, equipment use, nutrition, menu planning,
                                                    leadership development, and careers in food related industries. This course provides the
Fee: $10
                                                    foundation for Chef 2.
Open to grades 9, 10, 11, 12
Length: 1 Semester
Credits: .5



Chef 2 (HEC457)                                     Tech Prep College Credit Available by Application upon completion of Chef 1 and
Prerequisite: C or better in Chef 1                 Chef 2
                                                    Prepare for careers in the restaurant and hospitality industry by becoming a Hawk chef.
Fee: $10                                            This class includes advanced food preparation skills, catering projects, competitions,
Open to grades 9, 10, 11, 12                        specialized field trips, menu design and analysis. A variety of student assessments will
Length: 1 semester                                  be emphasized. Tech Prep credit may be earned by completing Chef 1 and Chef 2 with a
                                                    “B” or better in both courses.
Credits: .5

Chef 3 (HEC458)                                      Tech Prep College Credit Available by Application upon completion of Chef 2 and
Prerequisite: C or better in Chef 2                  Chef 3
                                                     This class builds upon skills and knowledge gained through Hawk Chef 1 with an
Open to grades 10, 11, 12                            emphasis on marketing and hospitality techniques desired by employers within the
Length: 1 semester                                   restaurant and resort industry. This class includes advanced catering projects which
Credits: .5                                          require work outside of regular class time. This course will give a real-world experience
                                                     in culinary arts and the restaurant industry. Tech Prep credit may be earned by
completing Chef 2 and Chef 3 with a “B” or better in both courses.

Interior Design (HEC 461/462)                        Make decisions that designers make every day. Learn about color, furnishings and floor
Prerequisite: None                                   plans to help you in your design choices Use knowledge of elements and principles of
                                                     design to complete projects in class and at home. Career choice and applications
Open to grades 10,11,12
                                                     explored. Students will demonstrate the elements and principles of design through
Length: 2 semesters/year long                        career and home application projects related to interior design.
Credits: .5 per semester
Equivalency: .5 credit = .25 Art

Child Development (HEC470)                           Have you thought what it takes to work with kids? Ever wondered why you are the way
Prerequisite: None                                   you are? You will find some of the answers in this Child Development course. The class
                                                     includes units in pregnancy and delivery, theories, birth defects, the areas of
Open to grades 10, 11,12
                                                     development, leadership and guidance techniques. Explore topics on parenting and child
Length: 1 semester                                   related careers. Students are actively involved in individual and group projects and
Credits: .5                                          occasionally work with small children.




Engineering and Technology

Auto Basics (IAR110)                                 Tech Prep College Credit Available by Application
Prerequisite: None                                   Auto Basics is a cool course that is an introduction to the automobile:
                                                     Discover consumer and car owner knowledge and skills that can save you thousands of
Open to grades: 9, 10, 11, 12                        dollars; Learn about engines and the various systems of the automobile in a fun learning
Length: 1 semester                                   environment and find out about a possible career as an Automotive Technician.
Credits: .5                                          Successful completion of this course with a “C” allows you to register for the
                                                     District Automotive Technology program at Meadowdale High.




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                                                     Tech Prep College Credit Available by Application
Introduction to Engineering Design                   In Introduction to Engineering Design, students will learn to analyze problems and design
 (PLTW) (IAR115/116)                                 potential solutions as scientists and engineers through a series of project-based units
Prerequisite: Successful completion of               and activities. Using powerful 3-dimensional design and modeling software called
Algebra 1 recommended or concurrent                  INVENTOR, students will create and model their own inventions and designs and, in
enrollment                                           some cases, transfer their new designs into real objects using a 3-Dimensional fast
Open to 9, 10, 11, 12                                prototyping machine. This course is part of the Project Lead the Way Pre-Engineering
Length: 2 semesters/year long                        program and offers college credit.
Credit: .5 per semester
Equivalency: .5 credit = .5 Art or .5 Math for
class of 2011-2012 ONLY



Principles of Engineering(PLTW)                      Tech Prep College Credit Available by Application Principles of Engineering is a
(IAR135/136)                                         project-based class where students apply principles of science, math, and technology in
Prerequisite: C or better in Algebra 1               an introduction to the challenges, tools and disciplines of the field of engineering. Shop
                                                     machines, computers, engineering software, and precision tools will be combined with
Open to grades 10, 11, 12
                                                     challenging texts and classroom instruction. The nationally recognized curriculum is
Length: 1 semester                                   designed to introduce students to the challenges and fun of engineering and technology
Credit: .5                                           studies through great design and build projects. For students seeking PLTW
Equivalency: .5 credit = .25 Science                 Certification, Introduction to Engineering Design (IAR115/116) should be
For the class of 2013 and beyond, this class         completed prior to taking IAR 135.
fulfills the third year math requirement.


Digital Electronics (PLTW) (IAR725/726)              Digital Electronics is an electrifying new course in which students plunge into the world
                                                     of electronic circuits and devices. Students design, build and test circuits as they learn
Prerequisite: Geometry                               principles of circuit design, component functions, electrical testing and safety. In a great
Open to grades 10, 11, 12                            addition to regular electronics courses, we’ll use computer simulation software to design
Length: 2 semesters/ year long                       and test digital circuitry prior to the actual circuit assembly. Students learn concepts
Credits: .5 per semester                             relevant to modern electronic theory including logic, boolean algebra, flip-flops, shift
                                                     registers and microprocessors. Some great projects include "Bo-bots", an enlightening
Equivalency: .5 = .25 Science                        intro to robotics electronics and programming, and the “Basic Stamp”, an actual
                                                     microprocessor circuit. It’s a shocking course, so come grounded and ready to compute.

Drafting for Civil & Architectural Engineering         Modern society today revolves around the functional and often beautiful buildings in
(PLTW) (IAR205/IAR206)                                 which we live and work. Architects and civil engineers design and create these buildings
Prerequisite: Algebra 1                                using a stimulating blend of art, science and technology. This overview of the fields of
                                                       civil engineering and architecture emphasizes the inter-relationship and mutual
Open to grades 10, 11, 12
                                                       dependence of both of these fields. Students use state-of-the-art software to solve real
Length: 2 semesters/year long                          world problems and apply knowledge to hands-on projects and activities. By
Credits: .5 per semester                               developing and implementing designs for projects like a playground/park or vacation
Equivalency: .5 credit = .5 Math or .5 Art             home, students experience firsthand the job responsibilities of architects and civil
                                                       engineers. By the end of the course, students are able to give a complete presentation
to the client including three-dimensional renderings of buildings and improvements, zoning and ordnance constraints, infrastructure
requirements, and other essential project plans.


Engineering Design and Development (PLTW)              This is the Capstone or Senior Project class for PLTW students.
(IAR730/731)                                           This course lets students apply what they have learned in academic and pre-engineering
                                                       courses as they work in teams to complete challenging, self-selected engineering design
 Prerequisites: PLTW teacher permission.
                                                       projects. Examples of projects may include a robotic mascot for the school, a remote-
 Minimum passing Geometry recommended.
                                                       controlled hovercraft, or a solar-powered vehicle. Student teams will be mentored by an
 Open to grade 12                                      engineer from the community. Students keep a project portfolio of all notes, sketches,
 Length: 2 semesters/year long                         mathematical calculations, CAD drawings, and scientific research. Student teams make
 Credits: .5 per semester                              progress reports to their peers, mentors, and instructor, and exchange constructive
                                                       criticism and consultation on the projects. At the end of the course, teams present their
projects and final results to a panel of engineers, business leaders and engineering college educators. This course equips students with the
independent study skills that they will need in post secondary education and careers in engineering and engineering technology. This course
will serve as the students required Edmonds School District Senior Project.

Robotics 1 (IAR265)                                  Tech Prep College Credit Available by Application Robotics will introduce students
                                                     to the world of robotics, one of the fastest growing technologies in our society. Students
Prerequisite: None                                   will develop skills in several areas, including mechanics, structure, assembly, software
Open to Grades 9,10,11,12                            programming, sensor electronics, and motors. Work in this class will develop skills
Length: 1 semester                                   related to Mountlake Terrace's participation in the nationally recognized FIRST Robotics
Credits: .5                                          program.


Robotics 2 (IAR266)                                  This second course in Robotics is designed to allow students to obtain more experience
Prerequisite: C or better in Robotics and            with various sensors including ultrasonic sensors, potentiometers, light sensors, optical
Algebra 1                                            encoders, and infrared light sensors. Students will explore attributes of these sensors
                                                     during the first few weeks of the course, and then apply them to individual projects of
Open to 9, 10, 11, 12
                                                     their choice. Use of these sensors requires the student to become comfortable
Length: 1 semester                                   programming the robot in the Easy C or Robot C programming environments.
Credits: .5

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Computer Programming (COM190)                        Learn about the inner workings of computers by exploring software development using
Prerequisite: Digital Communications, C or           the C++ programming language. In the process of creating some simple logic based
better in Algebra 1                                  games such as a guessing game and Mastermind, you will learn how to manipulate data
                                                     in memory as well as how to use debugging tools that allow you to see what’s happening
Open to grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
                                                     inside the computer’s software. This class is not about manipulating fancy graphics but
Length: 1 semester                                   is more focused on what is happening inside the computer. We will be using Microsoft
Credits: .5 CTE                                      Visual C++ tools in the MS Windows environment..
Equivalency: .5 credit = .5 Math for class of
2011-2012 ONLY


Video and Photography

 Digital Photography (IAR431)                        Do you like taking photographs but don't like the thought of a dark room? Then this is
                                                     the class for you! Learn all the skills of photography in the modern digital world. You will
Prerequisite: None
                                                     be able to take pictures using state of the art digital cameras and digitally process them
Open to grades: 9, 10, 11, 12                        using Adobe Photoshop on state of the art computers. Pictures will be printed on and
Fee: $30                                             mounted for presentation. Learning will be assessed in a variety of methods: effort,
                                                     creativity, demonstration of ability to apply knowledge, projects and research. Students
Length: 1 Semester
                                                     also will be assessed on the quality of the portfolio of their work that they create during
Credit: .5                                           the course.
Equivalency: .5 credit = .5 Art


Advanced Digital Photography (IAR432)                Did you love digital photography and want more? Explore in depth the fascinating world
Prerequisite: Digital Photography                    of digital photography. Learn and put to use the finer points of digital cameras, file
                                                     structures, and all Photoshop has to offer. Prepare assignments in sports, events,
Open to grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
                                                     photojournalism and portraits for publication.
Fee: $30                                             Learning will be assessed in a variety of methods: comparisons to scoring rubrics and
Length: 1 semester                                   models, traditional tests, demonstrations of ability to apply knowledge, projects, teacher
Credits: .5                                          observations/evaluations, peer evaluations, and journals.
Equivalency: .5 credit = .5 Art



Video/Film Production (IAR618)                       Tech Prep College Credit Available by Application
                                                     In this class, students will work high speed computers that incorporate digital video
Prerequisite: None
                                                     capture hardware and studio quality sound cards. The students will use various software
Open to grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
                                                     editing applications to produce professional quality products including radio and TV
Length: 1 semester                                   commercials and instructional videos. The students also learn to use professional quality
Credits: .5                                          three chip video cameras and various types of digital video tape.
Equivalency: .5 credit = .5 Art                      Learning will be assessed in a variety of methods: comparisons to scoring rubrics and
                                                     models, traditional tests, demonstrations of ability to apply knowledge, projects, teacher
                                                     observations/evaluations, peer evaluations, and journals.

Advanced Video/Film Production                       Advanced video production assumes students already know the basics of video
(IAR625/626)                                         production. In this class, students are expected to learn the advanced features of the
Prerequisite: Video Production                       software we use. In addition to weekly small skill and technique building exercises,
                                                     students will complete several major projects each semester. This course requires a
Open to grades 10, 11, 12
                                                     large amount of time outside of class for the completion of assignments. Students will
Length: May be taken as a semester or year           create a DVD portfolio of their work at the end of each semester. Outstanding projects
Credits: .5 per semester                             may compete in youth festivals and other contests.
Equivalency: .5 credit = .5 Art


Broadcast Production/HAWK TV (IAR768/769)                The Broadcast Production program at Mountlake Terrace High School is academically
Prerequisite: Teacher permission                         structured to teach the basics of television production in a journalistic setting. The
                                                         basic skills necessary for effective school-based productions are operating equipment,
Open to grades 10, 11, 12
                                                         script writing, directing, producing, anchoring and reporting. Equally important to
Length: 2 semesters/year long                            these skills are the less tangible attitudes of responsibility, commitment and
Credits: .5 per semester                                 professionalism which are stressed as essential attributes in establishing and
Equivalency: .5 credit = .5 Art                          maintaining the integrity of the program. Students in this program will understand
                                                         how journalism enhances and provides direction to creating meaningful videos. This
program focuses on the need for truth and integrity in journalism.
Learning will be assessed in a variety of methods: comparisons to scoring rubrics and models, traditional tests, demonstrations of ability to
apply knowledge, projects, teacher observations/evaluations, peer evaluations, and journals.

Marketing
Marketing Essentials (MAR410)                         Tech Prep College Credit Available by Application
Prerequisite: None                                   Boeing, Microsoft, McDonald’s and Pepsi: all are household names thanks to marketing.
                                                     This introductory course to the exciting field of marketing provides students the
Open to grades 9, 10, 11, 12                         opportunity to learn why some companies are successful and others fail. The course
Length: 1 semester                                   looks at business ownership and the role marketing plays in our free enterprise system.
Credits: .5                                          Students learn about marketing the most important product they will ever sell,
                                                     themselves. Writing effective resumes, cover letters, and job interview techniques are
                                                     covered along with personal selling and advertising.
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Entrepreneurship: Starting a Business                 Challenging and rewarding opportunities for entrepreneurship exist in every community
(MAR430)                                              for those who have the desire to have their own businesses. This course is preparation
Prerequisite: Marketing Essentials or Teacher         for being your own boss. Students create and present a business plan. Students
permission                                            enrolling in this class have a unique opportunity to observe life in a corporation.
                                                      Students are encouraged to shadow a business owner throughout their work, attending
Open to grades 10,11,12                               meetings, functions, appointments, and other typical duties. The students share their
Length: 1 semester                                    observations and experiences with members of the class. This class is recommended for
Credits: .5
                                                        students interested in continuing their DECA involvement.
Retail Store Management (MAR460/ Repeat
463)                                                    Tech Prep College Credit Available by Application
Prerequisite: Marketing Essentials or Teacher           Students gain valuable “hands on” experience by managing and operating the school
Permission                                              store. Students rotate through various positions learning firsthand how a retail store
May repeat for credit                                   can run efficiently, thus increasing the store’s profit and sales productivity. Topics
                                                        include personnel management, personal selling, cashiering, auditing, shrinkage
Open to grades 10, 11, 12
                                                        control, merchandising, inventory control and financial statement generation.
Length: 1 semester
Fee: $10 Food Handler permit
Credits: .5 per semester

Sports and Entertainment Marketing                    Nike, New York Yankees, Mountlake Terrace Hawks, ESPN, Dreamworks: The sports and
(MAR 465)                                             entertainment industries are two of the most profitable industries in the United States.
Prerequisite: Marketing Essentials                    Marketing sports and entertainment products is also a global business. Students will
                                                      learn the basic principles of Marketing and economics including demographics and the
Open to grades 9, 10, 11, 12                          marketing mix, with special emphasis on sports and entertainment marketing. Students
Fee: $20.00 DECA fee                                  will also learn about marketing the most important product they will ever sell,
Length: 1 semester                                    themselves. Writing effective resumes, cover letters, and job interview techniques are
Credits: .5                                           covered.




Sports Medicine


Sports Medicine (PHE032/PHE033)                       Tech Prep College Credit Available by Application
Prerequisite: None                                    This course integrates Science, Health, and Fitness. Students will explore the world of
                                                      Sports Medicine by learning human anatomy and physiology, health, fitness, injury
Concurrent Enrollment: Field Exp. Required            treatment, injury responses, injury rehabilitation, and nutrition. First Aid, CPR, athletic
Open to grades: 10, 11, 12                            injury prevention and emergency procedures will also be taught. Recommended
Length: 2 semester / year long                        supporting courses: Health and Biology. STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO REGISTER
Credits: .5 per semester = .5 PE or .125              FOR FIELD EXPERIENCE - SPORTS MEDICINE (PHE 037/038).
Health


Field Experience - Sports Medicine (PHE               Purpose: This course expands the clinical experience for the sports medicine student.
037/038)                                              This is a semester (repeatable course). General Content: Student will arrange 90 after
Prerequisite: none                                    school hours over the semester with the instructor or in a medical professional office.
                                                      Experiences may be obtained through working with athletic teams, high school sports
Open to grades: 10, 11, 12                            coverage, in physical therapy clinics and fitness facilities. Students enrolled in Field
Concurrent Enrollment: Sports Medicine or             Experience should be concurrently enrolled in PHE 032/033 or PHE 040/041. Learning
Advanced Sports Medicine                              demonstrations: weekly teacher evaluations, practical demonstrations, on-site
Length: 2 semesters/year long                         evaluations and journals.
Credits: .5


Advanced Sports Medicine (PHE040/PHE041) Tech Prep College Credit Available by Application
Prerequisite: C – or better in Sports Medicine This course a continuation of Sports Medicine I. It is a course which integrates science,
                                                      health and fitness. Students will expand their knowledge of human anatomy and
Concurrent Enrollment: Field Experience
                                                      physiology health, fitness, injury treatment, injury responses, injury rehabilitation, and
recommended
                                                      nutrition. First Aid, CPR, athletic injury prevention and emergency procedures will also
Length: 2 semester / year long                        be taught. This course is designed for students who wish to expand their interests in
Credits: .5 per semester                              sports medicine, in preparation for careers in athletic training, physical therapy, and
                                                      other health/medical occupations. Recommended supporting courses: Health and
Biology. Learning will be assessed in a variety of methods: comparisons to scoring rubrics and models, traditional tests, demonstrations of
ability to apply knowledge, individual and group projects, teacher observations/evaluations and peer evaluations. STUDENTS ARE
STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO ENROLL IN FIELD EXPERIENCE (PHE037/038)



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