Registration guides High school registration guide 2022-23 [copy] - Page 85

Fundamentals of Computer Science [ STEP only ] [ Students may earn Articulated College Credit ] Intended Audience : Grade 11 , and 12 Credit : One trimester / Two Periods = 1.0 credit
• Input / output using standard input / output
• Input / output using secondary storage
• Convert mathematical formulas into equivalent programming
Instructional Focus : Hands-on activities , current events , and technology exploration Co-curricular Connection : SkillsUSA / BPA
Cybersecurity I [ STEP only ] [ Students may earn Articulated College Credit ] Intended Audience : Grades 11 and 12 Credit : One trimester / Two Periods = 1.0 credit Major Outcomes :
• Explore what cybersecurity is and what it means for you personally and professionally
• Learn how to be safe online by understanding the most common threats , attacks and vulnerabilities
• Find out how businesses protect their operations from cyber attacks and why jobs are growing
• Examine legislation related to data confidentiality , integrality and availability
• Understand personal responsibilities and liabilities when working with confidential information
• Recognize the threats and risk to modern data and information systems
• Understand risk management and methods used to address risk
Instructional Focus : Hands-on activities , research , and speakers . Co-curricular Connection : Skills USA
Cybersecurity II [ STEP Only ] [ Students may earn Articulated College Credit ] Intended Audience : Grade 11 , and 12 Credit : One trimester / Two Periods = 1.0 credit Major Outcomes : Security Fundamentals
• Identifying Security Threats and Vulnerabilities
• Managing Data , Application , and Host Security
• Implementing Network Security
• Implementing Access Control , Authentication , and Account
Instructional Focus : Hands-on activities , current events , and technology exploration Co-curricular Connection : SkillsUSA / BPA
Ethical Hacking [ STEP only ] Prerequisite / Selection Process : Cybersecurity II Intended Audience : Grades 11 and 12 Credit : One trimester / two periods = 1.0 credit Major Outcomes :
• Critically analyze various recon techniques and their effectiveness
• Demonstrate the use of tools to escalate privileges on a remote device
• Demonstrate password cracking using different tools
• Compare and contrast various techniques for launching server attacks
• Demonstrate various web based attacks
• Compare and contrast various wireless attacks
• Apply ethical theories to a cyber related issue
• Compare and contrast “ white hat hacking ” versus “ black hat hacking ” versus “ grey hat hacking ”
• Differentiate various ethical hacking issues such as hacking , cyber crime , hactivism and cyber
• Terrorism Students can earn Certified Ethical Hacker Certificate and college credit Projects , Activities , etc .: A variety of hands-on labs , assignments , assessments and career investigation Instructional Focus : Hands-on activities , technology , and career exploration Co-curricular Connection : SkillsUSA
LAW , PUBLIC SAFETY , CORRECTION , AND SECURITY CAREERS
Firefighting I Intended Audience : Grades 10 , 11 , and 12 Students who are interested in a career in firefighting or as a part time vocation with a desire to serve and help their community . Credit : One trimester / two periods = 1.0 credit Topics Covered :
• History , tradition , and development of the American Fire Service .
• Fire Behavior , Firefighter Safety , Personal Protective Equipment , Portable Fire Extinguishers , Rescue Procedures , Fire Suppression , and more .
• Throughout the course math and science will be embedded .
Text used : Firefighter ’ s Handbook
Law Enforcement I and Crime Scene Investigations [ STEP only ] [ Students may earn Articulated College Credit ] Intended Audience : Grades 11 and 12 Credit : One trimester / two periods = 1.0 credit Major Outcomes :
• Exploration of Law Enforcement
• Crime Scene Investigation
• Community Policing
• Current Law Enforcement Trends / Issues
• Domestics Issues and Police Response
• Career and Employability Skills
• Leadership and Personal Development
• Police Scenarios Projects , Activities , etc .: Radar Use , mock traffic stops , handcuffing techniques , fingerprinting , crime scene sketch Co-curricular Connection : SkillsUSA
Law Enforcement II : Police Procedures [ STEP only ] [ Students may earn Articulated College Credit ] Prerequisite / Selection Process : C or higher in Law Enforcement I and Crime Scene Investigations Intended Audience : Grades 11 and 12 seeking further studies in Law Enforcement Credit : One trimester / two periods = 1.0 Credit Major Outcomes :
• Further exploration of Law Enforcement
• Requirements for Employment
• MN P . O . S . T . Board
• Current Issues and Trends in Law Enforcement Continued
• Ethical Decision Making
• U . S . Supreme Court Decisions / Police Procedures
• Patrol Procedures
• Industry Speakers Projects , Activities , etc .: Simulated scenarios for arrests , traffic violations , field sobriety testing and other police procedures Co-curricular Connection : SkillsUSA

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