SCIENCE II: PHYSICAL SCIENCE

DESCRIPTION:This course emphasizes the study of the properties and nature of matter and energy. The course is presented in two semesters. Semester 1 explores atomic theory, phases of matter, the periodic table, chemical bonding and formula representations, carbon interactions, and matter and energy in living systems. It examines chemical reactions including chemical equations, reaction kinetics, and the processes of reactions …

CAREER ELECTIVE OFFICE MANAGEMENT III

DESCRIPTION:This course addresses skill sets critical to effective personal management, life, and career skills. This course discusses the ability to effectively deal with balancing life and work, managing time, and working with people. The course is presented in two semesters. Semester 1 focuses on self-management skills, including saving and credit, accountability, organization, and balancing work and life. Semester 2 focuses …

CAREER ELECTIVE HOSPITALITY AND LEISURE III

DESCRIPTION:This course addresses skill sets critical to effective personal management, life, and career skills. This course discusses the ability to effectively deal with balancing life and work, managing time, and working with people. The course is presented in two semesters. Semester 1 focuses on self-management skills, including saving and credit, accountability, organization, and balancing work and life. Semester 2 focuses …

SCIENCE III: BIOLOGY

DESCRIPTION:This course emphasizes the study of living organisms and life processes. The course is presented in two semesters. Semester 1 examines the structure and function of cells and human body systems including the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, circulatory, respiratory, digestive, urinary, endocrine, lymphatic, and reproductive systems. It provides lines of support for the Theory of Evolution, the evolutionary process, hominid …

CAREER ELECTIVE OFFICE MANAGEMENT IV

DESCRIPTION:This course addresses career skills for office management professionals. It discusses important job-related skills for individuals who pursue careers within the field. Semester 1 provides an overview of career skills, such information management and security, information technology, and creating presentations. It also discusses gaining trust, handling relationships, and office politics. Semester 2 addresses some legal employment topics, such as the …