Diesel III
Course Numbers: 7402 (1.00)(H)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Diesel Technology III: In this course, students will continue to advance knowledge of the design and functions of diesel engines, perform routine and preventative maintenance, build, rebuild and repair all parts of automotive equipment. Students will also advance in their abilities to diagnose any mechanical, electrical breakdown or failure, troubleshoot and perform failure analysis of the components parts and systems, inspect equipment used, read precision instruments including micrometers, dial indicators, bored gauges, and when applicable use welding skills. As an honors level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Diesel Technology I
Course Numbers: 7372 (1.00)(H), 7373 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Diesel Technology II - In this course, students will learn the basic design and functions of diesel engines, perform routine and preventative maintenance, build, rebuild and repair all parts of automotive equipment. In addition, students will learn to diagnose any mechanical, electrical, breakdown or failure, troubleshoot and perform failure analysis of the components parts and systems, inspect equipment used, read precision instruments including micrometers, dial indicators, bored gauges, and when applicable use welding skills. As an honor level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete independent coursework and assignments.
Diesel Technology II
Course Numbers: 7382 (1.00)(H), 7383 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Diesel Technology II - In this course, students will continue to advance knowledge of the design and functions of diesel engines, perform routine and preventative maintenance, build, rebuild and repair all parts of automotive equipment. Students will also advance in their abilities to diagnose any mechanical, electrical breakdown or failure, troubleshoot and perform failure analysis of the components parts and systems, inspect equipment used, read precision instruments including micrometers, dial indicators, bored gauges, and when applicable use welding skills. As an honor level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete independent coursework and assignments.
Forensics
Course Numbers: 2262 (1.00)(H), 2352 (1.00)(H)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Forensics: Forensic science is the application of multiple scientific disciplines to the investigation of criminal or civil questions of the law. In this lab-based science course, students will use biology, chemistry, and physics to analyze and interpret evidence within the realm of our legal system. As an honors level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete independent coursework and assignments.
Intro College Career Read
Course Numbers: 9403 (0.25)(H), 9652 (0.25)(H)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Introduction to College and Career Readiness: In this course, students will participate in a variety of experiences that will assist them in the development of personal, academic and career/vocational skills.
Pathophysiology I
Course Numbers: 2162 (1.00)(H), 2372 (1.00)(H), 5122 (1.00)(H), 5123 (1.00)(C), 2373 (1.00)(C), 2163 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Pathophysiology I: In this course, students will study traditional anatomy and physiology and the study of disease as it affects the organs and systems of the body. In addition to the classroom and laboratory, students will explore disesases and health in clinical areas of the University of Massachusetts Medical Center, as they review and assess patient problems. As an honors level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Pathophysiology II
Course Numbers: 2172 (1.00)(H), 2382 (1.00)(H), 5132 (1.00)(H), 5133 (1.00)(C), 2383 (1.00)(C), 2173 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Pathophysiology II: In this course, students will study traditional anatomy and physiology and the study of disease as it affects the organs and systems of the body. In addition to the classroom and laboratory, students will explore diseases and health in clinical areas of the University of Massachusetts Medical Center, as they review and assess patient problems. As an honors level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Automotive Tech I
Course Numbers: 7093 (1.00)(C), 9473 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Automotive Technology I: In this course, students will begin the in-depth study of the careers and technical skills utilized in the automotive technology profession. Students will engage in project-based learning and career preparation, as they examine suspension; brake and steering systems; operation and repair; four-stroke engine theory; design characteristics; and service techniques.
Automotive Tech II
Course Numbers: 7103 (2.00)(C), 7543 (1.00)(C), 9483 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Automotive Technology II: In this course, students will explore theory on engine performance; drive train operation; and computer interfacing. Students will engage in structured, work-based learning, addressing technical areas including transmissions; brakes; chassis; ECM scanning; and replacements. Students will also complete internships in the private or public sector.
Automotive Tech III
Course Numbers: 7113 (2.00)(C), 7553 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Automotive Technology III: In this course, students will engage in structured, work-based learning, and will problem-solve many authentic technical problems within the automatic suspension, brake, engine and electronic system of shop vehicles. Students will also gain experience in advanced diagnostic procedures.
Automotive Tech IV
Course Numbers: 7573 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Automotive Technology IV: In this course, students will continue to engage in structured, work-based learning, and will problem-solve many authentic technical problems within the automatic suspension, brake, engine and electronic system of shop vehicles. Students will also continue to gain experience in advanced diagnostic procedures.
Business Info Systems
Course Numbers: 7283 (1.00)(C), 7463 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Business Information Systems: In this course, students will deepen their knowledge of business information systems and keyboard proficiency, document production skills, and problem-solving skills.
Career Readiness Capstone
Course Numbers: 9903 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Career Readiness Capstone: In this course, students will reflect upon, analyze, and synthesize the knowledge and skills learned through their vocational/technical training and coursework. Students, with the assistance of the instructor, will design a culminating project that encompasses the six vocational strands from the Massachusetts Vocational Education Frameworks. Capstone projects may include, but are not limited to, designing a business starting with a business plan, creating employee schedules, addressing insurance needs, and building a physical model business. Students may opt to develop a community-based project such as such as implementation of a new program at a daycare center or shelter. This capstone is meant to be student driven and will reflect student interest in the chosen area. At years end, the student will present his/her work to a panel, which includes a technical teacher, a staff member, and a member from industry for grading. The year will conclude with an open house for parents/guardians, families, and members of advisory boards to view student presentations and celebrate student achievement in their chosen area.
Coll Career Readiness I
Course Numbers: 9633 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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College and Career Readiness I: In this course, students will continue to participate in a variety of experiences that will assist them in the development of personal, academic and career/vocational skills.
Coll Career Readiness II
Course Numbers: 9643 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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College and Career Readiness II: In this course, students will continue to participate in a variety of experiences that will assist them in the development of personal, academic and career/vocational skills.
Criminal Justice
Course Numbers: 3193 (1.00)(C), 3273 (1.00)(C), 3283 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Criminal Justice: In this course, students will develop critical and analytical skills to promote the administration of justice and crime prevention and control in a diverse and global society. Students will gain an understanding of the criminal justice system, its' agencies, personnel, and historical foundation.
Criminal Justice Pt 1
Course Numbers: 3333 (0.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Criminal Justice Part 1: In this course, students will develop critical and analytical skills to promote the administration of justice and crime prevention and control in a diverse and global society. Students will gain an understanding of the criminal justice system, its' agencies, personnel, and historical foundation.
Culinary IV
Course Numbers: 7683 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Culinary Arts IV: In this course, students will continue to deepen the skills they acquired in the other Culinary Arts courses by assuming greater responsibility for the operation of lunch service. They will also continue to examine food principles including food costs; menu planning; table setting; plating; garnishing; and advanced baking.
Early Childhood I Pt 1
Course Numbers: 7643 (0.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Early Childhood I Part 1: In this course, students will study the physical, emotional, and social development in children from birth to age six. Students will also explore the responsibilities and expectations of parents in today's society and examine the types of programs available for children, including qualifications for teacher and staff certifications; day care provider licensing; Head Start and pre-school programs; state regulations; and special education considerations.
Early Childhood II Pt 1
Course Numbers: 7653 (0.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Early Childhood II Part 1: In this course, students will continue to study the physical, emotional, and social development in children from birth to age six. Students will also continue to explore the responsibilities and expectations of parents in today's society and examine the types of programs available for children, including qualifications for teacher and staff certifications; day care provider licensing; Head Start and pre-school programs; state regulations; and special education considerations.
Expl Bus Info Sys
Course Numbers: 7273 (1.00)(C), 7473 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Exploring Business Information Systems: In this course, students will explore various types of business information systems and acquire keyboard proficiency, document production skills, and problem-solving skills.
Exploring Tech Comm
Course Numbers: 7083 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Exploring Technology and Communication: In this course, students will communicate ideas and information through drafting; design; electronic communication; graphic arts; printing process; photography; telecommunications; and computers.
HSA Exploratory
Course Numbers: 8363 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Health Science Academy Exploratory: In this course students will be introduced to the Health Science Academy. During this ten week course, students will explore a variety of health science topics to gain a beginning understanding of the offerings within the academy and the Health Sciences field in general.
Into to Civil Engineering
Course Numbers: 9623 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Introduction to Civil Engineering: In this course students will gain a general overview of construction fields and how to pursue union and non-union jobs, enhance their math skills as related to the trade, and give students basic blueprint reading skills. Additionally, hands on projects will reinforce these learning objectives and introduce students to tools and machinery commonly used in construction. This 90-hour, instructor-led course will give a basic overview of the construction fields and develop specific skills needed for the industry.
Intro Adv Manufacturing
Course Numbers: 9613 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Introduction to Advanced Manufacturing:In this course students will participate in hands-on training of machining processes used in the Advanced Manufacturing field. This 15-week course teaches the proper use of turning, milling, and grinding machine tools. The use of layout tools, precision measuring tools, shop safety, blueprint reading, the application of shop math, and work readiness skills will all be incorporated into this class. This work will prepare students for industry recognized credentials such as MACWIC and NIMS, which are marketable in the workforce and transferable to higher education institutions. OSHA General Industry safety awareness training will be included in this program. This 90 hour instructor-led course will give students a background on the manufacturing field and start students in the process of achieving industry recognized credentials.
Intro Human Serv
Course Numbers: 7193 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Intro to Health Careers
Course Numbers: 8353 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Introduction to Health Careers: In this course students will gain a general overview of the medical field and medical terminology as well as hands on skills needed to become a Certified Nurse Assistant. Additionally, students will develop the professional skills needed for interviewing and conducting themselves respectfully and confidentially in the medical field. This 90-hour course will give students a basic overview of the careers within the medical field and help them develop specific skills needed for the industry. It will also introduce students to health assisting and begin preparing them for the CNA exam.
IT Essentials
Course Numbers: 7693 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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IT Essentials: In this course students will be introduced to the fundamentals of computer hardware and software, mobile devices, security and networking concepts, and the responsibilities of an IT professional. This 90-hour course includes activities using Packet Tracer, hands-on lab work, and a wide array of assessment types and tools.
Multimedia Tech I
Course Numbers: 7013 (1.00)(C), 7763 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Multimedia Technology I: In this course, students will explore computer software and hardware; graphics manipulation; and web development. Students will also engage in web site planning, design, and creation using industry standard based tools and will gain first-hand knowledge of effective internet usage. This course is a prerequisite for Multimedia Technology II.
Site Internship
Course Numbers: 9123 (1.00)(C), 9133 (0.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Site Internship: In this course, students will engage in a work experience at local business or community organization. Students will work with organizations that offer services that parallel their career goals.
SSJ Exploratory
Course Numbers: 3343 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Social Systems and Justice Academy Exploratory: In this course students will be introduced to the Social Systems and Justice Academy. During this ten week course, students will explore a variety of social systems and justice topics to gain a beginning understanding of the offerings within the academy and the Public Services field in general.
SSJ Internship
Course Numbers: 3183 (1.50)(C), 3293 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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Social Systems Justice Internship: In this course, students will take part in an internship program which will provide them with work experience in a field related to government, politics, and/or the law. Students will set goals for their internship with their teacher and employer.
STB Exploratory
Course Numbers: 7703 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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School of Technology and Business Exploratory: In this course students will be introduced to the School of Technology and Business. During this ten week course, students will explore a variety of technology and business topics to gain a beginning understanding of the offerings within the academy and the technology and business fields in general.
STB Internship
Course Numbers: 7233 (1.50)(C), 7533 (1.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Technology (Non 74)
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School of Technology and Business Internship: In this course, students will participate in a semester-based true work experience in an internal position or a local established business in order to acquire practical training. Students will compile a portfolio of the experience using Microsoft Office.