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CAPS Business Administration II [ STEP only ] [ Students may earn Articulated College Credit ] Prerequisite / Selection Process : CAPS Business Administration I Intended Audience : Grades 10 , 11 , and 12 Credit : CAPS One trimester / two periods = 1.0 credit Major Outcomes :
• Profession based learning
• Industry exposure
• Empowered to be independent learners
• Self-discovery and critical thinking skills . Projects , Activities , etc .: Real world problem based projects Instructional Focus : Profession Based / Experiential Learning
ENGINEERING CAREERS
Aviation Technology I [ STEP only ] [ Students may earn Articulated College Credit ] Intended Audience : Grades 10 , 11 , and 12 Credit : One trimester / two periods = 1.0 credit Major Outcomes :
• Explore careers in aviation
• Physics and math principles as related to aviation
• Testing conducted to private pilot standards Projects , Activities , etc .: Students are given the opportunity to explore careers in aviation including pilot , air traffic control , aviation maintenance , airport management , and aeronautical engineering Instructional Focus : Hands-on simulations , guest speakers and field trips
Honors Aviation Technology II - Private Pilot Knowledge Certification [ STEP only ] [ Students may earn Articulated College Credit ] Prerequisite / Selection Process : Aviation Technology I strongly recommended Intended Audience : Grades 11 and 12 Credit : One trimester / two periods = 1.0 credit [ successful completion can earn 4.0 college credits ] Major Outcomes :
• In compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations
• Aerodynamics
• Meteorology
• Aircraft Performance
• Weight and Balance
• Cross Country flight planning and simulation
• Testing and Certification to Federal Aviation Administration Standards
Projects , Activities , etc .: Flight Simulation – Students are given the opportunity to receive Certified Flight Teacher sign off to take the Private Pilot Knowledge test
Instructional Focus : This course offers students the opportunity to obtain their Private Pilot Knowledge Certificate [ written ]. Pilots , air traffic controllers , aviation mechanics , airport service / management positions , aircraft dispatchers , and meteorologists benefit from the completion of this exam , for pilots the test is required . With the use of current software and FAA teaching strategies implemented by a Certified Flight Teacher , this course is designed to prepare the student to pass the Federal Aviation written exam [ the Knowledge Test ]. Successful completion of the class can also earn the students college credit at Minnesota State University Mankato [ Articulated credit ] 4 credit hours in AVIA 150 .
Coll Honors Unmanned Aerial Systems ( Drones ) [ Students may earn Articulated College Credit ] [ STEP , concurrent enrollment with Northland Technical College ] Prerequisite / Selection Process : Grade 10 needs to be in the top 10th percentile or a GPA of 3.0 or above . Grades 11 & 12 needs a GPA of 2.5 or above . Intended Audience : Grades 10 , 11 , and 12 Credit : One trimester / two periods = 1.0 credit Major Outcomes :
• Utilize demonstrated concepts with the focus of sUAS methodologies supporting civil aviation , environmental research and law enforcement mission requirements
• Research FAA regulations and publications related to flight operations pertaining to unmanned aerial systems ( UAS )
• Demonstrate accident reporting in accordance with FAA requirements
• Explain , identify , describe , or demonstrate the areas of operations as outlined in the FAA part 107 Remote Pilot test standards
• Explain basic aerodynamic principles and aircraft performance characteristics
• Identify aircraft components and systems
• Research specific assembly and programming documentation for a sUAS
• Demonstrate acceptable wiring techniques
• Identify unmanned aircraft payloads appropriate for the applicable system
• Assemble a sUAS
• Demonstrate safe operation utilizing aeronautical decision making process
Instructional Focus : Experiments , project testing and field trips
Honors Avionics ( Electronic applications in Aerospace ) [ STEP only ] [ Students may earn Articulated College Credit ] Intended Audience : Grades 10 , 11 and 12 Credit : One trimester / two periods = 1.0 credit , PLTW college credit can be earned Major Outcomes :
• Logic of electronics
• Investigate digital circuitry
• Field programmable logic
• Design , construct and test digital circuitry Projects , Activities , etc .: Design , test and construct circuits and devices Instructional Focus : Use computer simulation software to design and test circuitry
FASHION MERCHANDISING CAREERS
Advanced Fashion and Design Technologies [ STEP only ] [ Students may earn Articulated College Credit ] Intended Audience : Grades 10 , 11 , and 12 Credit : 1.0 credit Major Outcomes :
• Career exploration in fashion and design industries
• Advanced application of entry-level garment construction techniques
• Reverse Engineering in Patterns ( Lay Out , Cutting and Marking , Fabrics )
• Implementation of industry current skills and technology
Projects , Activities , etc .: Creating / Adjusting Patterns and Designs , Pressing techniques , Fashion Illustration , Recycled / Up-Cycled Design , Fashion Show Planning and Presentation Instructional Focus : Hands-on Skill driven learning , Technology Tools , Industry Speakers , and Field Trips Co-Curricular Connections : FCCLA & SkillsUSA Meets arts credit [ 1.0 credit ]

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