Career and Technical Education Courses Continued

Marketing Education

This program prepares students for careers in the marketing of goods or services; the buying, transporting, and storing of goods; the promotion of goods and services; marketing research; and marketing management.

Course Offerings: Advanced Marketing, Fashion Marketing, Introduction to Fashion Design and Marketing, Marketing, *Hotel Marketing I and II, Principles of Business and Marketing Certifications Available: NOCTI Hotel Management

Technology Foundations

Trade and Industrial courses are designed to develop occupational skills, knowledge, attitudes, and work habits that prepare students to become employed and progress satisfactorily in the trade and industrial field as skilled or semi-skilled crafts persons. 

Course Offerings: HVAC I and II (Dual Enrollment), Automotive (First College)- students earn 14 college credits, Building Management, *Marine Electric students earn 6 college credits, *Marine Welding- students earn 5 college credits. Certifications Available: Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)

Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC)

This program prepares high school students for leadership roles while making them aware of their rights, responsibilities, and privileges as American citizens. It is a stimuli for promoting graduation from high school and it provides instruction and rewarding opportunities which will benefit the student, community, and nation. JROTC teaches young men and women the kind of self-discipline, self-confidence, and leadership skills that can help them successfully meet the challenges of adulthood. 

Course Offerings: Marine Corps JROTC I-IV at Churchland, Navy JROTC I-IV at Norcom, and Army JROTC I-IV at Woodrow Wilson

Technology Education

Helps students achieve the following goals: comprehend the dynamics of technology; employ the processes of problem-solving, creating, and designing; analyze the tools, materials, processes, energy, information, and people involved in technological systems; apply scientific principles, engineering concepts, and systems; and discover and develop personal interests and abilities related to a wide variety of technology-oriented careers. 

Helps students achieve the following goals: comprehend the dynamics of technology; employ the processes of problem-solving, creating, and designing; analyze the tools, materials, processes, energy, information, and people involved in technological systems; apply scientific principles, engineering concepts, and systems; and discover and develop personal interests and abilities related to a wide variety of technology-oriented careers. 

Helps students achieve the following goals: comprehend the dynamics of technology; employ the processes of problem-solving, creating, and designing; analyze the tools, materials, processes, energy, information, and people involved in technological systems; apply scientific principles, engineering concepts, and systems; and discover and develop personal interests and abilities related to a wide variety of technology-oriented careers. 

Course Offerings: 
Architectural Drawing and Design, Biotechnology, Communication Systems, Computer Control Automation, Engineering Drawing and Design, Geo spatial- STEM Program, Graphic Communication Systems, Principles of Technology I and II, *Technical Drawing and Design,