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Computer Science Pathway

 

 
 

 Student Example Schedule

FALL

SPRING

 

 

 

Freshmen

H. English 9

H. Geometry / Algebra 2

H. Biology

Foreign Language

AP Computer Science Principles %

AP Human Geography

 

H. English 9

H. Geometry / Algebra 2

H. Biology

Foreign Language

AP Computer Science Principles %

AP Human Geography

 

Community College

Dual Enrollment

* CAOT 032 Business Communications

COUNSEL 020 Post-Secondary Education: The Scope of Career Planning

HEALTH 011 Principles of Healthful Living

CHICANO 002 The Mexican-American in Contemporary Society

 

Summer

H. World History

Enrichment

 

 

 

 

 

Sophomore

H. English 10

H. Algebra 2 / Math Analysis / H. Pre-Calc 

AP Chemistry

Foreign Language 2

AP Environmental Science

Elective

 

H. English 10

H. Algebra 2 / Math Analysis / H. Pre-Calc

AP Chemistry

Foreign Language 2

AP Environmental Science

Elective

 

Community College

Dual Enrollment

* CO SCI 501 Introduction to Computers and Their Uses

COMM 101 Public Speaking

* CO SCI 575 Programming Fundamentals for Computer Science

Art 101 Survey of Art History I

 

Summer

Enrichment

 

 

 

 

 

Junior

AP English Language

AP U.S. History

AP Calculus ab

AP Computer Science A %

Foreign Language 3

Elective

AP English Literature

AP U.S. History

AP Calculus ab

AP Computer Science A %

Foreign Language 3

Elective

 

Community College Dual Enrollment

* CO SCI 552 Programming in Java

* CO SCI 533 Databases Using Access and SQL

* CO SCI 553 Web Site Development Using HTML and JavaScript.

Summer

CO SCI 547 Digital Image Processing and Programming for the Web

CO SCI 555 Advanced Website Development Using JavaScript and AJAX

 

 

 

 

 

Senior

AP English Literature

AP Government

AP Calculus bc

AP Physics

Elective

Internship

AP English Literature

AP Economics

AP Calculus bc

AP Physics

Elective

Internship

 

Community College

Dual Enrollment

CO SCI 554 Server-Side Programming for the World Wide Web

CO SCI 587 Introduction to Computer Network

ANTH 102 Human Ways of Life: Cultural Anthropology

POL SCI 1 The Government of the United States

 

Summer

CO INFO 581 Personal Computer Upgrade and Repair

CO INFO 590 Introduction to Cloud Computing

 

Electives include visual & performing arts, physical education, and college preparatory course work.

Internships provide through community stakeholders partnerships.

 
 
 
We prepare students for careers that involve the design, development, implementation, maintenance, and management of systems that rely on software programs to satisfy the operational needs of modern business organizations; electronic commerce, medical records management, retail sales and inventory management, digital entertainment, and use of energy.

• Students learn practices and standards from professionals and educators including network protocols, research methods, techniques for software packaging, and possibilities of their personal future. An example is the collaboration between college professors and students writing an application of their own design and completing the steps needed to complete the application for publication.

• All College courses are to achieve a Programming for Business/Industrial Environment A.A. Degree

• Courses marked with ( * ) are also college courses to achieve a Programming for Business/Industrial Environment Certificate of Achievement

• Courses marked with ( % ) are Career Technical Education program Information and Communication Technologies sector, Software and Systems Development pathway (ICT – SSD).
 
* Health and PE requirements should be done online and/or Athletic team to maximize schedule space.