BISD CTE Clusters

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BISD CTE Clusters


Business Information Management, Money Matters, or Principles of
Information Technology may fit into any coherent sequence. These courses
would typically fit in tiers 1 or 2 of the cluster. However, they may also be
taken concurrently with other CTE courses as well as other possible
combinations approved by counselors, teachers, and or principals.


Not every course shown within a cluster will be offered every year. This will
depend upon teacher availability, student interest,
and principal
discretion.


Deviation from the sequence of a cluster must be reviewed and approved by
the student’s counselor and principal.


Some CTE courses may count for a 4
th

year science or math credit. These
courses are color coded purple in the following pages. Generally, a student
must successfully complete Biology, Chemistry, and Physics prior to the CTE
4
th

year science. In some cases Physics may be taken concurrently. A student
must complete Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II (can be concurrent) for a
4
th

year CTE Math course.

Principles of
Human Services

Principles of
Hospitality and
Tourism

Cosmetology I

Cosmetology II

Human Growth and
Development/Child
Development

Instructional
Practice and
Education

Practicum in
Education &
Training

Child Guidance

Practicum in
Human Services
(possible day care)

Travel and Tourism
Management

Culinary Arts

Practicum in
Culinary Arts

Food Science (4
th

year science credit)

HUMAN SERVICES/HOSPITALITY & TOURISM/EDUCATION CLUSTER

BHS

Principles of
Architecture and
Construction


Concepts of
Engineering and
Technology (Robotics)

Robotics and
Automation

Engineering
Design and
Problem Solving
(
4
th

science credit
)

Engineering Design
and Presentation

Advance Engineering
Design and Presentation

Construction
Technology

Advanced
Construction
Technology

Mill & Cabinet
Making Technology

Architectural Design

Principles of
Manufacturing


Problems and
Solutions
(Robotics)

Architecture and Construction

BHS

Principles of
Agriculture

Principles
of
Floral Design
(fine art credit)

AgriBusiness

and Marketing

Advanced Plant
and Soil
Science
(4
th

year
science credit)

Agricultural
Mechanics &
Metal
Technologies

Agricultural
Facilities Design
and Fabrication

Advanced
Animal Science
(4
th

year Science Credit)

Agriculture

These sciences
are
interchangeable

BHS

Professional
Communications

(Speech)

Business
Information
Management

(Tech Prep option)

Business
Information
Management II

(Tech Prep option)

Digital Interactive
Media

(Tech Prep option)

Advanced
Graphic Design
& Illustration

Commercial
Photography

Statistics and Risk
Management
(4
th

year math)

Principles of
Information
Technology

Money
Matters
(Can
also precede or
follow BIM or
PIT)

Accounting I

(Tech Prep option)

Accounting II

(Tech Prep option)

Information Technology/Business Management & Administration/Finance

BHS

Professional
Communications

Successful completion of Professional
Communications + 1 other CTE course
and teacher approval

Career Preparation I

Career Preparation II

Student must be an
employable Junior or Senior
that is 16 yrs. or older.

Work Base Learning

Both requirements
must be met

BHS

Principles of
Health Science

Medical
Terminology

Anatomy and Physiology
(4
th

year Science credit)

Pathophysiology

Health Science

With proper
certification other
courses may be offered,
this diagram represents
a minimum option.

Health Sciences
(only as possible offerings)

BHS

Professional
Communication

Principles of Law,
Public Safety and
Security

Law
Enforcement I

Law
Enforcement II

Forensic
Science
(4
th

year
science credit)

With proper certification other
courses may be offered, this
diagram represents the bare
minimum option

Law Enforcement
(only as possible offerings)

BHS