Prepares students with content knowledge and skills in the areas of career development and academic planning, computer skill application, and financial literacy. This course is also designed to meet the required 20-hour on-line experience.

 

Credential: MOS Certification

 

(Grades 9-12) One credit course

Career Preparedness 

Law in Society

 

is a half-credit, first semester course designed to acquaint students with the basic legal principles common to business and personal activities. Topics include a study of the history of our judicial system, federal and state court systems, law enforcement, criminal law, tort law, consumer and contract law, employment law, real estate law, and student rights and responsibilities. This course may be paired with Personal Finance.

 

Multimedia Design 

 

 

 

is designed to provide students with skills using the Adobe Creative Suite, including Photoshop.  Students use digital cameras and other media sources to edit and create a variety of multimedia publications.  Upon successful completion of the course, students are given the opportunity to take the Adobe Creative Suite credentialing exam.

Credential:  Adobe Certified Associate – Photoshop.

 

Prerequisite:  Business Technology Applications or Career Preparedness; Current career tech teacher approval.

 

(Grades 10-12) One credit course

 

 

 

provides students with a basic overview of television production skills and professions. Students participate in classroom and laboratory activities regarding all aspects of television: performance, production, and operations. Upon successful completion of this course, students are prepared for further study in broadcasting. Applications are due in February and an audition is required. Please see Mrs. Jones for more information.

 

Prerequisite: Business Technology Applications/Career Preparedness. 

 

(Grades 10-12) One credit course

 

Multimedia Publications / VNN 

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