Career and Technical Education

3D Graphics  (CTE/IT)

This course will introduce students to 2D and 3D modeling, the creation and application of textures, mapping, lighting, camera techniques, and rendering of 3D models.

Course Details 

  • Credit: 0.5
  • Grades: 10-12
  • Prerequisite: Secondary Math I
  • Subject Area: CTE/AT/IT

3D Animation (CTE/IT)

(Currently Not Available)

This course will consist of activity-oriented instruction focusing on animation and rendering software (Blender). Students will explore the many aspects of the animation process and rendering techniques. Students will create a portfolio of skills learned throughout the year.

Course Details 

  • 1.0 Credit (Year)
  • Grades: 11-12     
  • Prerequisite: 3D Graphics 
  • Subject Area: CTE/IT

Accounting I & II (CTE, CC, MA)

Students will develop skills beginning with an understanding of basic elements and concepts of double entry accounting systems.  

Skills will include knowledge and interpretation of the accounting cycle, journalizing, ledgers, end-of-period worksheets, closing and adjusting entries, banking and payroll, accounts receivable, accounts payable, depreciation, and interpreting financial information.  Proficiency in the use of touch electronic 10-key calculator will be addressed.  A beginning skill in automated computer accounting will be stressed and practiced throughout the course of study.  Students will be expected to work on and complete a simple simulation in job-entry manual and automated computer accounting for a period of one month during the course. This course will earn credit towards your third year math credit and can possibly earn college credit. Elective credit that will fill the third year elective credit, but will not fill either or the two consecutive year requirements required for math.

Course Details 

  • Credits: 0.5 Each (1.0 Credit/ Year)
  • Grade: 11-12    
  • Prerequisite: Secondary Math I & II
  • Subject Area: CTE/MA
  • One Semester Accounting 1   
  • One Semester Accounting 2

Adult Roles & Financial Literacy (CTE/FL)

An instructional course that prepares individuals to understand the nature, function, and significance of individual and family relationships integrated with general financial literacy. 

Topics include: goal setting; decision-making, values, communication skills, self-awareness, dating, marriage, money management, saving, investing, parenting, and career & workforce preparation. All four quarters must be passed to fill the Financial Literacy requirement. 

Course Details 

  • Credit: 1.0 (Year)
  • Grade: 12 
  • Prerequisites: None   
  • Subject Area: CTE

Agricultural Science (CTE, SC)

The Agricultural Science and Technology course is designed to teach essential concepts and understanding related to plant and animal life including biotechnology, the conservation of natural resources, and the impact of agriculture and natural resource utilization on the environment. Emphasis is placed on the role of agriculture in our society and the importance of agriculture to the welfare of the world.

Course Details  

  • Credits: 1.0
  • Grade: 9-12   
  • Fee: $5.00
  • Prerequisite: None
  • Subject Area: CTE, SC

Animal Science I (CTE, SC)

The class is designed to introduce students to animals used in agricultural production along with a few companion animals. Students will learn what part each animal plays in today’s society, their anatomy, breeds of each animal, feeding guidelines, reproduction, management and basic disease diagnosis. Basic personal and community leadership and safety are included as part of the agricultural education system.

Course Details 

  • Credit 1.0
  • Grade: 9-12     
  • Prerequisite: None  
  • Subject Area: CTE & SC (3rd year Science)

Animal Science ll (Vet Science) (CTE, SC)

This class is designed to introduce students to a wide range of animal principles and practices in veterinary science. Students will develop knowledge and skills in anatomy and physiology, health maintenance, waste disposal, and facilities. Students will also be introduced to practices in veterinary medicine and the care of animals. Basic personal and community leadership and safety are included as part of the agricultural education system.

Course Details  

  • Credits: 1.0
  • Grade: 11-12   
  • Fee: $5.00
  • Prerequisite: Animal Science l
  • Subject Area: CTE, SC

Entrepreneurship (CTE)

Students will gain an understanding of marketing and management principles necessary to start and operate their own business. They will develop an awareness of the opportunities for small business ownership and develop the planning skills needed to open a small business. Students will become aware of the traits and characteristics of successful entrepreneurs.

Course Details  

  • Credits: 0.5
  • Grade: 10-12   
  • Fee: $0.00
  • Prerequisite: DBA or Equivalent
  • Subject Area: CTE

Equine Science (CTE, SC)

The class is designed to introduce students to the history of Equine and principles and practices for horses. Students will develop knowledge and skills in anatomy and physiology, health maintenance, nutrition and management, as well as genetics and breeds of horses. Basic personal and community leadership and safety are included as part of the agricultural education system.

Course Details  

  • Credits: 1.0
  • Grade: 10-12  
  • Fee: $5.00
  • Prerequisite: Animal Science l
  • Subject Area: CTE,SC

Floriculture (CTE)

This class focuses on floral design, horticulture principles, history of floral design and the billion dollar industry. Students will have the opportunity to design and create multiple arrangements, wreaths and other floral design projects. Typical learning activities include hands-on learning experiences including performing basic principles of plant, soil, and floral design.

Course Details  

  • Credits: 0.5
  • Grade: 9-12  
  • Fee: $15.00
  • Prerequisite: None
  • Subject Area: CTE

Sewing Construction & Textiles I (CTE)

This course introduces students to basic apparel design and construction skills.  These skills prepare students for the exciting global apparel industry and entrepreneurial opportunities. Students will sew apparel and accessory projects. This course will strengthen comprehension of concepts and standards outlined in (STEM) education.

Course Details 

  • Credit: 0.5 
  • Grade: 9-12    
  • Fee: $15.00
  • Prerequisite: None
  • Subject Area: CTE

Sewing Construction & Textiles II (CTE)

  Students will further strengthen and broaden apparel design and production techniques.  In this course they design and construct intermediate level projects using various construction techniques.  These skills prepare students for the exciting global apparel industry and entrepreneurial opportunities. This course will strengthen comprehension of concepts and standards outlined in (STEM) education.

Course Details 

  • Credit: 0.5
  • Grade: 9-12    
  • Fee: $15.00
  • Prerequisite: Sewing Construction & Textiles I
  • Subject Area: CTE

Business Communications I & II (CTE, EN) 

This introductory course (first semester) and advanced course (second semester) will teach students to communicate in a clear, courteous, concise, complete and correct manner on both personal and professional levels. 

Competency will be developed in oral, written, nonverbal, interpersonal, technological, and employment communication. Listening skills will be incorporated throughout the semesters. The overriding goal is to provide students with a solid communication base, so they are able to communicate effectively. The advanced course will also give students the opportunity to have a proficient portfolio consisting of resumes, job application prompts, and personal statement letters. 

Students MUST take Business Communications I in order to take Business Communications II. 

Course Details 

  • 1.0 Credit Both Courses Together
  • Grade: 11-12    
  • Prerequisite: 9-10th Language Arts
  • Subject Area: CTE/IT, LA
  • Qualifies for CT 1st semester and fourth year Language Arts

Business Law (CTE/IT)                                                                                           

Students will gain an understanding of the law as it relates to them currently and the implications of the law in their future lives as well as the lives of their families and friends. 

 The course will include an understanding of the court system at the local, state, and national levels.  Case studies and mock trials will be used for hands-on experience. 

Course Details 

  • 0.5 Credit
  • Grade: 10-12    
  • Prerequisite: None
  • Subject Area: CTE/IT 

CAD Architectural Design 1 (CTE/IT)

(Offered as College Credits)

SUU concurrent credit available for Sof, Jr. and Sr. students with a 3.0 GPA or higher.

The first in a sequence of courses that prepare individuals for careers in the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) industry design. This course includes instruction in 2D or 3D Computer-Aided Design (CAD) software to draw a small residential home with an emphasis on blueprint reading. Students will be introduced to how drawings are constructed from conception to final plan set.  

Course Details  

  • Credit: 0.5
  • Grade: 9-10-11-12    
  • Fee: $15.00 lab fee 
  • Prerequisite: None 
  • Subject Area: CTE/IT

CAD Mechanical Design I (CTE/IT)

(Offered as College Credits)

SUU concurrent credit available for Jr. and Sr. students

This course prepares students to develop technical knowledge and skills required to plan and prepare scale pictorial interpretations and technical documentation of engineering and design concepts. This includes instruction in the use of 2D Computer-Aided Design (CAD) software, sketching, drawing layout, geometric construction, orthographic projection, and dimensioning. Much of the work will be completed using a 3D printer.

Course Details  

  • Credit: 0.5
  • Grade: 10-12    
  • Fee: $15.00 lab fee 
  • Prerequisite: None 
  • Subject Area: CTE/IT

Child Development (CTE)

 This course provides students with an understanding of the aspects of human growth and development.  

The course content covers children’s physical, mental, emotional, and social growth from the prenatal period through adolescence.  Parenting skills are developed as appropriate care, positive guidance techniques, and child-related issues are studied.

Course Details 

  • Credit: 0.5
  • Grade: 9-12    
  • Prerequisite: None
  • Subject Area: CTE

CTE Internship  (CTE)

(Mark both for total 1.0 credit) 

Semester 1: A growing number of young people leave school without the knowledge or foundation required to find and hold a good job. This course emphasizes skills needed to successfully prepare young people for the work environment and shows relevance of academic classes to future career and educational goals. With a foundation based on the SCANS Skills, the course covers; the job application process, legal and safety issues, ethics, goal setting, teamwork, conflict resolution, attitude, etc.  Critical Workplace Skills is the classroom instruction component of a student’s related work-based learning experience, i.e. student internship. 

Semester 2: Related Work-based learning provides on the job training opportunities that are directly related to a career goal and course of study identified through the SEOP. This work-based learning experience is designed to bridge the gap between school and work. Appropriate supervision by a school/district coordinator must be maintained. Examples of related work-based learning include student internship, cooperative work experience and school-based enterprise. 

Course Details 

  • Credit: 1.0
  • Grade: 11-12    
  • Prerequisite: None
  • Subject Area: CTE

Digital Business Applications  (CTE) 

The business world is progressively more reliant on digital technologies. The Digital Business Applications course is designed to prepare students with the knowledge and skills to be an asset to the collaborative, global, and innovative business world of today and tomorrow. 

Concepts include the overall digital experience, digital communications, digital media and the exploration of career choices. This course also provides practical experience in professionalism using various forms of presentation skills, including speaking, podcasting and digital portfolio relating to the globalization of business. 

Course Details 

  • Credit: 0.5
  • Grade: 9    
  • Prerequisite: Required 9th grade
  • Subject Area: CTE/IT

Hospitality & Tourism  (CTE)

The Hospitality and Tourism course provides the student with an understanding of one of the largest industries in Utah and the world.  Specific applications include marketing, promoting, and selling the product of airlines, international travel, ground transportation, cruising, hotel and lodging, restaurants, and tours.  Students will learn the importance of hospitality and tourisms impact on the economy.

Course Details 

  • Credit: 0.5
  • Grade: 10-12    
  • Prerequisite: None
  • Subject Area: CTE

Fashion Design Studio (CTE) 

This course explores how fashion influences everyday life and introduces students to the fashion industry.  Topics covered include fashion fundamentals, elements and principles of design, textiles, consumerism, and fashion related careers, with an emphasis on personal application.  

Course Details 

  • Credit: 0.5
  • Grade: 9-12    
  • Prerequisite: None
  • Subject Area: CTE

 Food & Nutrition I  (CTE)

Do you want to cook almost every day?  Do you like to learn new skills and work with a team?  Are you interested in understanding the importance of good nutrition and maintaining a healthy lifestyle?  If so, then this is the class for you.  

Course Details 

  • Credit: 0.5
  • Grade: 9-12    
  • Fee: $15.00
  • Prerequisite: None
  • Subject Area: CTE

Food and Nutrition II (CTE) 

This course is explores food preparation techniques.  The students will prepare yeast breads, pies, the 5 mother sauces, soups, salads, meats, and demonstrate food safety and sanitation.  The students will use their skills to prepare a full meal using plating techniques and participate in two iron chef competitions. Nutrition principles and applications will be emphasized. 

Course Details 

  • Credit: 0.5
  • Grade: 10-12    
  • Fee: $15.00
  • Prerequisite: Foods 1
  • Subject Area: CTE/AT

Digital Graphic Arts Advanced (CTE/AT/IT)

(Currently Not Available)

This course students will create, produce and reproduce visual graphics that communicate to an audience. Develop knowledge and skills related to the graphic design and printing industries. Apply effective principles and techniques to project design. Print various projects for yourself and customers.

Course Details 

  • Credit: 1.0 (Year)
  • Grades: 10-12
  • Fee: $15.00
  • Prerequisite: Graphics
  • Subject Area: CTE

Digital Graphic Arts Intro (CTE/AT/IT)

An activity-oriented instructional course that prepares students for enrollment in advanced vocational and technical education programs by providing exploratory experiences and laboratory activities related to graphic art communications.  

The students will learn desktop publishing using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator, design skills of a commercial artist.  The world of graphic communications has progressed to the point that it impacts a wide variety of industries and technical areas. 

Course Details 

  • Credit: 0.5
  • Grades: 9-12
  • Fee: $15.00
  • Prerequisite: None
  • Subject Area: CTE/IT

Interior Design 1 (CTE)  

Designed for students interested in Interior Design as a profession or for home use.  Study includes scaled house plans, interior spaces (color, principles and elements of design), surface treatments, accessories, etc.  

Course Details 

  • Credit: 0.5
  • Grade: 9-12    
  • Prerequisite: None
  • Subject Area: CTE

Law Enforcement (CTE)

Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice is an overview of the origins, history, organization, and functions of local, state, and federal law enforcement. This course will review constitutional law, case law, state statutes, the legal system, and law enforcement terminology. There will be some practical demonstrations of modern police tactics and a review of current events involving law enforcement.

Course Details  

  • Credits: 0.5
  • Grade: 9-12  
  • Fee: $0.00
  • Prerequisite: None
  • Subject Area: CTE

Pro Start I (CTE)

The class is designed to give students an overview of skills needed for large-scale food production.  Students will be preparing advanced recipes and should plan on preparing food each day.  The class will include the latest trends in food and food service.  The students will be involved in catering special events, field trips, guest speakers, developing new recipes, and learning all aspects of food services.

Course Details 

  • Credit: 1.0 (Year)
  • Grade: 11-12  
  • Fee: $25.00  
  • Prerequisite: Foods I & II
  • Subject Area: CTE

   

Screen Printing Technology  (CTE, IT)

This course is designed to provide students with the knowledge to create, produce and reproduce visual graphics that communicate to an audience. Develop the knowledge and skills relative to the graphic design & screen-printing industries. includes instruction and hands-on experiences in design & layout, digital prep of designs, and multiple color processes on various substrates. Provides an overview of the screen-printing and printmaking industries on the commercial level.

Course Details 

  • Credit: 0.5
  • Grade: 10-12    
  • Prerequisite: None
  • Subject Area: CTE
  • Fee: $15

                                               

Sports & Entertainment Marketing  (CTE)

This is an introductory course, which will help students develop an understanding of the marketing concepts and theories that apply to sports and sporting events. 

The areas this course will cover include basic marketing, target marketing and segmentation, sponsorship, event marketing, promotions, sponsorship proposals, and sports marketing plans. This course will also delve into the components of promotion plans, sponsorship proposals and the key elements needed in sports marketing plans. Students taking sports marketing should have the opportunity to participate in DECA (student marketing leadership organization). DECCA related activities and curriculum can be used as an approved part of all marketing classes. 

Course Details 

  • Credit: 0.5
  • Grade: 10-12    
  • Prerequisite: None
  • Subject Area: CTE

Woods 1/2/3 (CTE)

This course introduces students to the world of cabinet making and woodworking.  

Students will become familiar with drawing and reading cabinet plans, hand and power tool identification, safe work habits, cabinet joinery, and hardware and wood finishing.  This will be done by means of an assigned project nightstand /blanket trunk. Each student will take and pass with at least 80% a State Competency test at the end of the semester.

Course Details  

  • Credit: 0.5
  • Grade: 9-12   
  • Fees: $15.00 lab fee + Materials for project
  • Prerequisite: none
  • Subject Area: CTE

CE-Introduction to Residential Architecture – CCET 1040 (CE)

This college level class is offered to students in the concurrent enrollment program given by SUU. This class is also available for high school credits only.

Course Description

A course designed to increase the students’ self confidence in the use of CAD hardware and AutoCAD software. Students will learn the AutoCAD commands to generate 2-D drawings through the use of the digitizer or mouse keyboard input with real world coordinates with relative, polar and absolute input, use of icons with modify, construct menus, base line and continuous dimensioning techniques, dimensions variables, edit dimension. Learn AutoCAD menu system, auxiliary and descriptive geometry applications.

Course Details

  • HS Credits: 1
  • College Credits: 3.0
  • Fee: $15 ($5 / 1 Credit)
  • Term: Semester
  • Prerequisites: Student must be enrolled at SUU
  • Subject Area: IT, CE

CE-Introduction to Engineering & technical Design – CCET 1010 (CE)

This college level class is offered to students in the concurrent enrollment program given by SUU. This class is also available for high school credits only.

Course Description

An introductory course covering the basis of manual drafting and design. Course includes instruction in practices and procedures used in mechanical design, architectural design and civil design. Course will include instruction in orthographic projections, isometric drawings, section views, auxiliary views, elevations, floor plans, and plat maps.

Course Details

  • HS Credits: 1
  • College Credits: 3.0
  • Fee: $15 ($5 / 1 Credit)
  • Term: Semester
  • Prerequisites: Student must be enrolled at SUU
  • Subject Area: IT, CE

Southwest Technical College 

For more information on the courses below, please visit: https://stech.edu/highschool/ 

COURSES

  • ASE Engine MLR
  • ASE Engine Performance
  • Biotechnology
  • Culinary Arts
  • Emergency Medical Response
  • Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
  • Exercise Science / Sports Medicine
  • Industrial Maintenance Technician
  • Industrial Robotics & Manufacturing
  • Introduction to Automotive
  • Journalism
  • Medical Assistant
  • Medical Forensics
  • Medical Terminology
  • Nurse Assistant (CNA)
  • Phlebotomy Technician
  • ProStart I
  • ProStart II
  • Sheet Metal
  • Welding Technician – Entry Level
  • Welding Technician – Intermediate Level
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Intro to Health Science
  • Medical Anatomy & Physiology

Evans College 

For more information on the courses below, please visit: 

http://evanscollege.com/ 

COURSES

  • Cosmetology

 

Statewide Online Education Program (SOEP) 

(Classes May Not Be Available)

For more information on the courses below, please visit: https://www.schools.utah.gov/edonline  

COURSES

  • Physical Education, High School Elective
  • Medical Forensics
  • Forensic Science

SUU Career and Technical Education (CTE)

For more information on the courses below, please visit: 

https://www.suu.edu/cos/cte/   

COURSES

  • Air Transportation
  • Aircraft Systems
  • Aviation History
  • Commercial Aircraft Pilot
  • Flight Simulator