• Principles of Transportation Systems

    Course: 7848         Grade: 9-12           Credit: 1

    Prerequisites: None

    Description: In Principles of Transportation Systems, students will gain knowledge and skills in the safe application, design, production, and assessment of products, services, and systems. This knowledge includes the history, laws and regulations, and common practices used in the transportation industry. Students should apply knowledge and skills to a variety of interesting and relevant activities, problems, and settings.

     

    Introduction to Transportation Technology

    Course: 7849         Grade: 9-12           Credit: 0.5

    Prerequisites: None

    Description: Introduction to Transportation Technology includes knowledge of the major automotive systems and the principles of diagnosing and servicing these systems. Transportation Technology includes applicable safety and environmental rules and regulations. In Transportation Technology, students will gain knowledge and skills in the repair, maintenance, and diagnosis of transportation systems. This study will allow students to reinforce, apply, and transfer academic knowledge and skills to a variety of interesting and relevant activities, problems, and settings. The focus of this course is to teach safety, tool identification, proper tool use, and employability.

     

    Energy and Power of Transportation Systems (Air Tech)

    Course: 7201         Grade: 9-10           Credit: 1

    Prerequisites: Principles of Transportation Systems

    Description: Energy and Power of Transportation Systems will prepare students to meet the expectations of employers in this industry and to interact and relate to others. Students will learn the technologies used to provide products and services in a timely manner. The businesses and industries of the Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Career Cluster are rapidly expanding to provide new career and career advancement opportunities. Performance requirements will include academic and technical skills. Students will need to understand the interaction between various vehicle systems, including engines, transmissions, brakes, fuel, cooling, and electrical. Students will also need to understand the logistics used to move goods and services to consumers, as well as the components of transportation infrastructure. 

     

    Energy and Power of Transportation Systems (Diesel)

    Course: 7202         Grade: 10-12         Credit: 1

    Prerequisites: Principles of Transportation Systems

    Description: Energy and Power of Transportation Systems will prepare students to meet the expectations of employers in this industry and to interact and relate to others. Students will learn the technologies used to provide products and services in a timely manner. The businesses and industries of the Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Career Cluster are rapidly expanding to provide new career and career advancement opportunities. Performance requirements will include academic and technical skills. Students will need to understand the interaction between various vehicle systems, including engines, transmissions, brakes, fuel, cooling, and electrical. Students will also need to understand the logistics used to move goods and services to consumers, as well as the components of transportation infrastructure. 

     

    Energy and Power of Transportation Systems (Auto Tech)

    Course: 7203         Grade: 10-12         Credit: 1

    Prerequisites: Principles of Transportation Systems

    Description: Energy and Power of Transportation Systems will prepare students to meet the expectations of employers in this industry and to interact and relate to others. Students will learn the technologies used to provide products and services in a timely manner. The businesses and industries of the Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Career Cluster are rapidly expanding to provide new career and career advancement opportunities. Performance requirements will include academic and technical skills. Students will need to understand the interaction between various vehicle systems, including engines, transmissions, brakes, fuel, cooling, and electrical. Students will also need to understand the logistics used to move goods and services to consumers, as well as the components of transportation infrastructure. 

     

    Energy and Power of Transportation Systems (Collission)

    Course: 7204         Grade: 10-12         Credit: 1

    Prerequisites: Principles of Transportation Systems

    Description: Energy and Power of Transportation Systems will prepare students to meet the expectations of employers in this industry and to interact and relate to others. Students will learn the technologies used to provide products and services in a timely manner. The businesses and industries of the Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Career Cluster are rapidly expanding to provide new career and career advancement opportunities. Performance requirements will include academic and technical skills. Students will need to understand the interaction between various vehicle systems, including engines, transmissions, brakes, fuel, cooling, and electrical. Students will also need to understand the logistics used to move goods and services to consumers, as well as the components of transportation infrastructure. 

     

    Energy and Power of Transportation Systems (Tran Sys)

    Course: 7206         Grade: 10-12         Credit: 1

    Prerequisites: Principles of Transportation Systems

    Description: Energy and Power of Transportation Systems will prepare students to meet the expectations of employers in this industry and to interact and relate to others. Students will learn the technologies used to provide products and services in a timely manner. The businesses and industries of the Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Career Cluster are rapidly expanding to provide new career and career advancement opportunities. Performance requirements will include academic and technical skills. Students will need to understand the interaction between various vehicle systems, including engines, transmissions, brakes, fuel, cooling, and electrical. Students will also need to understand the logistics used to move goods and services to consumers, as well as the components of transportation infrastructure. 

     

    Introduction to Aircraft Technology

    Course: 7854         Grade: 9-12           Credit: 1

    Prerequisites: None

    Description: Introduction to Aircraft Technology is designed to teach the theory of operation of aircraft airframes, power plants, and associated maintenance and repair practices.

    Maintenance and repair practices include knowledge of the function, diagnosis, and service of general curriculum subjects, airframe structures, airframe systems and components, power plant theory and maintenance, and power plant systems and components of aircrafts. Industry recognized professional licensures, certifications, and registrations are available for students who meet the requirements set forth by the accrediting organization.

     

    Aircraft Airframe Technology

    Course: 7207         Grade: 10-12         Credit: 2

    Prerequisites: Introduction to Aircraft Technology

    Description: Aircraft Airframe Technology is designed to teach the theory of operation of aircraft airframes and associated maintenance and repair practices. Airframe maintenance and repair practices include knowledge of the function, diagnosis, and service of airframe structures, systems, and components of aircraft.

     

    Aircraft Powerplant Technology

    Course: 7208         Grade: 11-12         Credit: 2

    Prerequisites: Introduction to Aircraft Technology

    Description: Aircraft Powerplant Technology is designed to teach the theory of operation of aircraft powerplants [airframes, powerplants, and avionics systems] and associated maintenance and repair practices. Powerplant maintenance and repair practices include knowledge of the theory, function, diagnosis, and service of powerplant systems, and components of aircraft. Industry recognized professional licensures, certifications, and registrations are available for students who meet the requirements set forth by the accrediting organization. 

     

    Introduction to Aerospace Aviation

    Course: 3112         Grade: 9-11           Credit: 1

    Prerequisites: None

    Description: The Introduction to Aerospace and Aviation course will provide the foundation for advanced exploration in the areas of professional pilot, aerospace engineering, and unmanned aircraft systems. Students will learn about the history of aviation, from Leonardo da Vinci’s ideas about flight to the Wright brothers and the space race. Along the way students will learn about the innovations and technological developments that have made today’s aviation and aerospace industries possible. The course includes engineering practices, the design process, aircraft structure, space vehicles past and present, and a look toward future space exploration. 

     

    Introduction to Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Flight

    Course: 6950         Grade: 10-12         Credit: 1

    Prerequisites: None

    Description: The Introduction to Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) Flight course is designed to prepare students for entry- level employment or continuing degrees in piloting UAV operations. This course is designed to instruct students in UAV flight navigation, industry laws and regulations, and safety regulations. Students are also exposed to mission planning procedures and environmental and human factors involved in the UAV industry. 

     

    Automotive Basics

    Course: 7850         Grade: 9-12           Credit: 1

    Prerequisites: None

    Description: Automotive Basics includes knowledge of the basic automotive systems and the theory and principles of the components that make up each system and how to service these systems. Automotive Basics includes applicable safety and environmental rules and regulations. In Automotive Basics, students will gain knowledge and skills in the repair, maintenance, and servicing of vehicle systems. This study allows students to reinforce, apply, and transfer academic knowledge and skills to a variety of interesting and relevant activities, problems, and settings. The focus of this course is to teach safety, tool identification, proper tool use, and employability.

     

    Automotive Technology I: Maintenance and Light Repair

    Course: 7209         Grade: 10-12         Credit: 2

    Prerequisites: Automotive Basics

    Description: Automotive Technology I: Maintenance and Light Repair includes knowledge of the major automotive systems and the principles of diagnosing and servicing these systems. This course includes applicable safety and environmental rules and regulations. In Automotive Technology I: Maintenance and Light Repair, students will gain knowledge and skills in the repair, maintenance, and diagnosis of vehicle systems. This study will allow students to reinforce, apply, and transfer academic knowledge and skills to a variety of interesting and relevant activities, problems, and settings. The focus of this course is to teach safety, tool identification, proper tool use, and employability.

     

    Automotive Technology II:Automotive Service

    Course: 7211         Grade: 11-12         Credit: 2

    Prerequisites: Automotive Technology I: Maintenance and Light Repair

    Description: Automotive Technology II: Automotive Service includes knowledge of the major automotive systems and the principles of diagnosing and servicing these systems. Automotive Technology II: Automotive Service includes applicable safety and environmental rules and regulations. In this course, students will gain knowledge and skills in the repair, maintenance, and diagnosis of vehicle systems. This study will allow students to reinforce, apply, and transfer academic knowledge and skills to a variety of interesting and relevant activities, problems, and settings. The focus of this course is to teach safety, tool identification, proper tool use, and employability. 

     

    AutomotiveTechnology II: Automotive Service/Advanced Transportation Systems Laboratory Course: 7853                  Grade: 11-12      Credit: 3

    Prerequisites: Automotive Technology I: Maintenance and Light Repair

    Description: Advanced Transportation Systems Laboratory provides the opportunity to extend knowledge of the major transportation systems and the principles of diagnosing and servicing these systems. Topics in this course may include alternative fuels such as hybrid, bio diesel, hydrogen, compressed natural gas (CNG), liquidized natural gas (LNG), propane, and solar; total electric vehicles and power trains; advanced transportation systems such as collision avoidance, telematics, vehicle stability control, navigation, vehicle to vehicle communications; and other technologies. This study will allow students to have an increased understanding of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in all aspects of these systems. This will reinforce, apply, and transfer academic knowledge and skills to a variety of relevant activities, problems, and settings.

     

    Collision Repair/Advanced Transportation Systems Laboratory

    Course: 7858         Grade: 11-12         Credit: 3

    Prerequisites: Minimum of One Credit from The Courses in The Transportation, Distribution, And Logistics Career Cluster

    Description: Advanced Transportation Systems Laboratory provides the opportunity to extend knowledge of the major transportation systems and the principles of diagnosing and servicing these systems. Topics in this course may include alternative fuels such as hybrid, bio diesel, hydrogen, compressed natural gas (CNG), liquidized natural gas (LNG), propane, and solar; total electric vehicles and power trains; advanced transportation systems such as collision avoidance, telematics, vehicle stability control, navigation, vehicle to vehicle communications; and other technologies. This study will allow students to have an increased understanding of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in all aspects of these systems. This will reinforce, apply, and transfer academic knowledge and skills to a variety of relevant activities, problems, and settings. 

     

    Paint and Refinishing/Advanced Transportation Systems Laboratory

    Course: 7859         Grade: 11-12         Credit: 3

    Prerequisites: Minimum of One Credit from The Courses in The Transportation, Distribution, And Logistics Career Cluster

    Description: Advanced Transportation Systems Laboratory provides the opportunity to extend knowledge of the major transportation systems and the principles of diagnosing and servicing these systems. Topics in this course may include alternative fuels such as hybrid, bio diesel, hydrogen, compressed natural gas (CNG), liquidized natural gas (LNG), propane, and solar; total electric vehicles and power trains; advanced transportation systems such as collision avoidance, telematics, vehicle stability control, navigation, vehicle to vehicle communications; and other technologies. This study will allow students to have an increased understanding of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in all aspects of these systems. This will reinforce, apply, and transfer academic knowledge and skills to a variety of relevant activities, problems, and settings.

     

    Basic Collision Repair and Refinishing

    Course: 7857         Grade: 9-12           Credit: 1

    Prerequisites: None

    Description: Basic Collision Repair and Refinishing includes knowledge of the processes, technologies, and materials used in the reconstruction of vehicles. This course is designed to teach the concepts and theory of systems related to automotive collision repair and refinishing.

     

    Collision Repair

    Course: 7213         Grade: 10-12         Credit: 2

    Prerequisites: Basic Collision Repair and Refinishing

    Description: Collision Repair includes knowledge of the processes, technologies, and materials used in the reconstruction of vehicles. This course is designed to teach the concepts and theory of systems related to automotive collision repair and refinishing.

     

    Paint and Refinishing

    Course: 7214         Grade: 10-12         Credit: 2

    Prerequisites: Basic Collision Repair and Refinishing or Collision Repair

    Description: Paint and Refinishing includes knowledge of the processes, technologies, and materials used in the reconstruction of vehicles. This course is designed to teach the concepts and theory of systems related to automotive paint and refinishing.

     

    Small Engine Technology I

    Course: 7215         Grade: 9-12           Credit: 1

    Prerequisites: None

    Description: Small Engine Technology I includes knowledge of the function and maintenance of the systems and components of all types of small engines such as outdoor power equipment, motorcycles, generators, and irrigation engines. This course is designed to provide training for employment in the small engine technology industry. Instruction includes the repair and service of cooling, air, fuel, lubricating, electrical, ignition, and mechanical systems in addition, the student will receive instruction in safety, academic, and leadership skills as well as career opportunities.

     

    Small Engine Technology II

    Course: 7216         Grade: 10-12         Credit: 2

    Prerequisites: Small Engine Technology I

    Description: Small Engine Technology II includes advanced knowledge of the function, diagnosis, and service of the systems and components of all types of small engines such as outdoor power equipment, motorcycles, generators, and irrigation engines. This course is designed to provide hands- on and practical application for employment in the small engine technology industry. Instruction includes the repair and service of cooling, air, fuel, lubricating, electrical, ignition, and mechanical systems and small engine overhauls. In addition, students will receive instruction in safety, academic, and leadership skills as well as career opportunities.

     

    Management of Transportation Systems Private Pilot

    Course: 7217         Grade: 10-12         Credit: 1

    Prerequisites: Principles of Transportation System

    Description: In Management of Transportation Systems, students will gain knowledge and skills in material handling and distribution and proper application, design, and production of technology as it relates to the transportation industries. This course includes the safe operation of tractor- trailers, forklifts, and related heavy equipment. This course will allow students to reinforce, apply, and transfer their academic knowledge and skills to management of transportation systems and associated careers. 

     

    Distributions and Logistics

    Course: 7219         Grade: 11-12         Credit: 1

    Prerequisites: Principles of Distribution and Logistics

    Description: Distribution and Logistics is designed to provide training for entry-level employment in distribution and logistics. This course focuses on the business planning and management aspects of distribution and logistics. To prepare for success, students will learn, reinforce, experience, apply, and transfer their knowledge and skills related to distribution and logistics. 

     

    Practicum in Transportation Systems I

    Course: 7860         Grade: 11-12         Credit: 2

    Prerequisites: For Students Participating in A Coherent Sequence of Career and Technical Education Courses in The Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Career Cluster

    Description: Practicum in Transportation Systems is designed to give students supervised practical application of knowledge and skills. Practicum experiences can occur in a variety of locations appropriate to the nature and level of experience such as internships, mentorships, independent study, or laboratories The Practicum can be either school lab based or worked based.

     

    Extended Practicum in Transportation Systems I

    Course: 7871         Grade: 11-12         Credit: 3

    Prerequisites: For Students Participating in A Coherent Sequence of Career and Technical Education Courses in The Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Career Cluster

    Description: Extended Practicum in Transportation Systems is designed to give students supervised practical application of knowledge and skills. Practicum experiences can occur in a variety of locations appropriate to the nature and level of experience such as internships, mentorships, independent study, or laboratories. Extended Practicum in Transportation Systems can be either school lab based or worked based.