4-year College Pathway

Written by Tim Farquer on Tuesday, 22 April 2014. Posted in College & Career Pathways

4-year College Pathway

* University of Illinois requires 3.5 years of math, including trigonometry or higher for entrance into the following programs:

  • Agricultural, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences
  • Business
  • Engineering
  • Fine and Applied Arts:  architectural studies
  • Liberal Arts and Sciences: specialized curricula in biochemistry, chemical engineering, chemistry, geology, and physics

 

Agriculture, Food, Construction Courses

Written by Tim Farquer on Tuesday, 22 April 2014. Posted in College & Career Pathways

Course offerings in this pathway include:

  • 5th grade Agriculture & Construction
  • 5th grade Food Science
  • 6th grade Agriculture & Construction
  • 6th grade Food Science
  • 7th grade Agriculture & Construction
  • 7th grade Food Science
  • 8th grade Agriculture & Construction
  • 8th grade Food Science
  • Ag Mechanics I & II
  • Horticulture I & II
  • Natural Resources
  • Ag Business
  • BSAA Plant Science
  • BSAA Animal Science/Vet Science
  • Ag Consumer Science*
  • Construction COOP (Building & Trades)
  • Additional Galesburg-Area Vocational Courses 

* Ag Consumer Science meets the Consumers Education HS graduation requirement

 

Business Education Courses

Written by Tim Farquer on Wednesday, 23 April 2014. Posted in College & Career Pathways

Course offerings in this pathway include:

  • 5th grade Business
  • 6th grade Business
  • 7th grade Business
  • 8th grade Business
  • Business Software Applications I
  • Business Software Applications II
  • Accounting I
  • Accounting II
  • Accounting III
  • Accounting IV
  • Personal Finance*
  • International Business
  • Business Marketing

* Personal Finance meets the Consumers Education HS graduation requirement

 

Engineering Courses

Written by Tim Farquer on Wednesday, 23 April 2014. Posted in College & Career Pathways

Course offerings in this pathway include:

 

Information Technology (Computer Science) Courses

Written by Tim Farquer on Monday, 13 June 2016. Posted in College & Career Pathways

Introduction to Computer Science

course description coming soon

This course is available to 8th grade students for yearlong course enrollment. Grades earned count toward cumulative high school GPA.  

 

AP Computer Science Principles

course description coming soon

 

AP Computer Science A

course description coming soon

 

Web/App Development

course description coming soon

 

Computer Maintenance

Students enrolled in this course learn how to install, upgrade, and troubleshoot various hardware components. Students also engage in the design, construction, and maintenance of a variety of Raspberry Pi devices to be utilized by the district and throughout the community.

 

Programming Mobile Applications for Android Handheld Systems (University of Maryland via Coursera)

 

Pattern-Oriented Software Architectures: Programming Mobile Services for Android Handheld Systems (Vanderbilt University via Coursera)

 

Life Science Courses

Written by Tim Farquer on Wednesday, 23 April 2014. Posted in College & Career Pathways

Course offerings in this pathway include:

 

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