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Adv Broadcasting and Film

Year One

Professional Office Careers

Year Two

Professional Development

Fundamentals of Oral Communication




Chinese

Elementary Chinese-Levels I and II

Elementary Chinese I

Intermediate Chinese-Levels III and IV

Elementary Chinese II

Intermediate Chinese I



Advanced Chinese

Intermediate Chinese II


Commercial Photography

Year One

Principles of Photography

Year Two

Studio Photography


Computer Aided Drafting & Design

Year One

Intro of Computer Aided Drafting

Intermediate CADD Mechanical



Year Two

Intermediate CADD-Architectural

CAD Graphics I




Computer Technology/Networking

Operating Systems Software Basics

Microcomputer Systems

Linux Enterprise Administration

Network Applications

Network Applications Lab

Intro to Cisco Networking

Cisco Networking II

Cisco Switches

Cisco Wide Area Networks




Culinary Arts & Restaurant Management

Year One

Sanitation and Equipment

Food Preparation I Lecture

Food Preparation Lab I

Nutrition

Communication Skills

Year Two

Food Preparation II Lecture

Food Preparation II Lab

Dining Room Service

Introduction to Hospitality

Baking

Applied Mathematics




Early Childhood Careers

Year One

Intro to Early Childhood Education

Child Health, Safety & Nutrition

Emergency Care

Communications Skills



Year Two

Professional Relationships

Practicum-Early Childhood Careers

Early Childhood Education Practicum

Electronic Portfolio




Engineering, Robotics, & Electronics

AC/DC Fundamentals




Fashion Design & Merchandising

Year One

Textiles

Communication Skills



Year Two

Fashion Analysis and Design





Graphic Communication

Year One

Graphic Design Orientation

Introduction to Printing Methods

Communications Skills

Year Two

Introduction to Desktop Publishing

Introduction to Printing Methods

Methods of Graphic Arts

COOP Career Seminar

COOP Career Experience III





Horticulture/Animal Science

Year One

Survey Of Animal Industry

Introduction to Greenhouse

Pre-employment Strategies

Year Two

Introduction to Veterinary Technology

Horticulture Internship

Selling

Residential Landscape Design

Survey of Aquaculture Industry


Industrial Electricity

Year One

AC/DC Fundamentals

Communications Skills



Year Two

AS/DC Fundamentals Lab


Italian

Elementary Italian-Levels I and II

Italian I

Intermediate Italian-Levels III and IV

Italian II

Italian III



Advanced Italian-Level V

Italian IV


Marine Biology

Year One

Marine Biology I

Marine Biology II


Biology Field Experience

Year Two

Career Seminar

Career Experience

Biology Filed Experience II


Nurse Aide/Nurse Aide Specialist/Adv Nurse Aid

Nurse Aide Specialist

75 Hour Nurse Aide

Advanced Nurse Aide

Emergency Care

Survey of Health Careers

Introduction to Health Careers

Medical Terminology



Nurse Aide & Advanced Nurse Aide

Nurse Aide 75 Hour

Nurse Aide Completion Program




Painting & Drywall Technology

Year One

Care and Use of Hand/Power Tools

Communication Skills



Year Two

Construction Blueprint Reading

Career Work Seminar

Work Experience


Teacher Academy

Year One

Introduction to Education

Internship Teaching Experience



Year Two

The College Experience

Electronic Portfolio

Communications Skills


Welding

Welding for Automotive Mechanics

Oxygen-Acetylene Welding & Cutting

Communications Skills




DMACC Career Advantage


Automotive Collision

Basic Shop Safely

Sheet Metal Fundamentals

Principles of Refinishing

Estimating Theory

Sheet Metal Welding




Automotive Technology

Year One

Shop Fund & Minor Service

Auto Electricity/Electronics

Automotive Engine Repair



Year Two

Basic Auto Power Trains

Adv Auto Power Trains

Basic Suspension & Steering

Auto Electricity/Electronics





Business Administration

Intro to Business

Study Strategies

Macroeconomics

Personal Finance

Accounting I




Criminal Forensics

Intro to Criminal Justice

Criminal Investigation I

Survey Criminal Justice Agencies

Scientific Investigation

Crime Scene Investigation




Culinary Arts

Year One

Food Preparation I

Food Preparation 1I Lab

Sanitation and Safety

Food Preparation II

Food Preparation II Lab



Year Two

Nutrition

Purchasing

Dining Management

Intro to Hospitality

Work Experience

Menu Planning


Diesel

Power Trains I

Hydraulics & Brakes


Health Occupations

Nurse Aid 75 Hours

Advanced Nurse Aide

Emergency Care

Survey of Health Careers

Intro to Health Careers

Medical Terminology


Machine Operations/Tool & Die

Engine Lathe Theory

Engine Lathe Operations Lab

Mill Operations Theory

Mill Operations Lab

Machine Shop Measuring

Applied Material Processing


Web Page Design

Communication Design I

Photoshop

Intro to Website Development

Interactive Media I

Interactive Media II



J.R.O.T.C.
Course No.: 03700

Course Length: 1 year

Credit: 2 (plus PE credit)

Course Begins: Fall
J.R.O.T.C. (Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps), open to grades 9-12, is a course offered at Central Campus in cooperation with the Des Moines Public Schools. J.R.O.T.C. is taken for elective credit toward graduation and meets the Urbandale PE requirement. Therefore, students enrolled in this class will not be enrolled in PE at Urbandale. Students enrolled in J.R.O.T.C. are expected to take Health at UHS. Students incur no military obligation.





COMPUTERS

(Career and Technical Education)


Computer Applications I
Course No.: 90200

Course Length: 1 semester

Credit: 1

Course Begins: Fall, Spring

Prerequisite: None
Students will work with the computer using various software programs as tools applicable to the business world. The emphasis will be on word processing. Students will learn correct formatting for reports, tables, letters, and special projects. Also, desktop publishing, paint, spreadsheet, and database applications will be introduced.



Computer Applications II
Course No.: 90205

Course Length: 1 semester

Credit: 1

Semester : Fall, Spring

Prerequisite: Computer Applications I
Computer Applications II prepares students to function in an environment - educational, personal, or vocational - in which computer confidence has become the expected norm. Students develop precise hands-on skills in using common software applications, including spreadsheet, database, desktop publishing, and presentation software.



College Computers
Course No.: 90215

Course Length: 1 semester

Credit: 1 UHS + 3 DMACC

Semester : Fall, Spring

Prerequisite: Computer Apps I and II

Grade Level: 11-12
The focus is to use hardware and software business productivity tools. This course builds on skills learned in Computer Applications I and II. Class is accelerated and project-based. Training includes a hands-on introduction to microcomputer applications vital in today’s business and industry. It focuses on operating system, e-mail, internet, word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation software applications. College Computers corresponds to BCA 212 in the DMACC course guide.


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