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Rev 3.25.19 CCP Technical Pathways Page 1 Advertising and Graphic Design – Intro to Graphic Design (C3100CS) Here is your chance to learn the basics of advertising and graphic design. This certificate provides students with the basic knowledge and skills to be the next creative leaders in our community. Students are prepared to think conceptually and design visual communication materials such as ads, brand identify systems, print materials and interactive media. Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs GRD-141 Graphic Design I 4 GRD-151 Computer Design Basics 3 GRD-142 Graphic Design II pre-req GRD-141 and GRD-151 4 GRD-121 Drawing Fundamentals I 2 GRD-110 Typography I pre-req GRD-141 AND GRD-151 3 Total Credit Hours 16 Advertising and Graphic Design – Intro to Graphic Design for Web (C30100C8) Here is your chance to learn the basics of advertising and graphic design. This certificate provides students with the basic knowledge and skills to be the next creative leaders in our community. Students are prepared to think conceptually and design visual communication materials such as ads, brand identify systems, print materials and interactive media. Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs GRD-141 Graphic Design I 4 GRD-142 Graphic Design II pre-req GRD-141 and GRD-151 4 GRD-151 Computer Design Basics 3 GRD-152 Computer Design Tech pre-req GRD-141 AND GRD-151 3 GRD-188 Graphic Design for Web I pre-req GRD-141 3 Total Credit Hours 17 Courses that will be weighted by CMS when added to the high school transcript are easily identified by the course number being highlighted…or in a grey box.

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  • Rev 3.25.19 CCP Technical Pathways Page 1

    Advertising and Graphic Design – Intro to Graphic Design (C3100CS)

    Here is your chance to learn the basics of advertising and graphic design. This certificate provides students with the basic knowledge and skills to be the next creative leaders in our community. Students are prepared to think conceptually and design visual communication materials such as ads, brand identify systems, print materials and interactive media.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    GRD-141 Graphic Design I 4

    GRD-151 Computer Design Basics 3

    GRD-142 Graphic Design II pre-req GRD-141 and GRD-151

    4

    GRD-121 Drawing Fundamentals I 2

    GRD-110 Typography I pre-req GRD-141 AND GRD-151

    3

    Total Credit Hours 16

    Advertising and Graphic Design – Intro to Graphic Design for Web (C30100C8)

    Here is your chance to learn the basics of advertising and graphic design. This certificate provides students with the basic knowledge and skills to be the next creative leaders in our community. Students are prepared to think conceptually and design visual communication materials such as ads, brand identify systems, print materials and interactive media.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    GRD-141 Graphic Design I 4

    GRD-142 Graphic Design II pre-req GRD-141 and GRD-151

    4

    GRD-151 Computer Design Basics 3

    GRD-152 Computer Design Tech pre-req GRD-141 AND GRD-151

    3

    GRD-188 Graphic Design for Web I pre-req GRD-141

    3

    Total Credit Hours 17

    Courses that will be weighted by CMS when

    added to the high school transcript are easily

    identified by the course number being

    highlighted…or in a grey box.

  • Rev 3.25.19 CCP Technical Pathways Page 2

    Architectural Technology- Specialization in Accelerated CAD/BIM (C40100C5)

    The Architectural Technology Certificate is designed to give students basic hands-on experience in manual drafting and sketching, CAD drafting, and residential design. Required coursework also includes the study of construction techniques and terminology, building codes, and related topics. Graduates of this program should be able to provide support to the residential design, residential construction, and

    real estate industries. Courses in this program may be transferred directly into the Associate in Applied Science degree in Architectural Technology program. Careful planning will allow students to complete this certificate in two or three semesters.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    ARC-111 Intro to Architectural Technology 3

    MAT-171* Precalculus Algebra (+1 weight CMS) 4

    CEG-151 CAD for Engineering Tech 3

    ARC-225 Architectural BIM I 2

    ARC-114 Architectural CAD 2

    BPR-130 Print Reading Construction 3

    Total Credit Hours 17

    Note: * This course require an UWGPA of 2.8 OR college entrance exam scores in Reading, English and Math.

    Architectural Technology- Residential Architecture (C40100C2)

    The Architectural Technology Certificate is designed to give students basic hands-on experience in manual drafting and sketching, CAD drafting, and residential design. Required coursework also includes the study of construction techniques and terminology, building codes, and related topics. Graduates of this program should be able to provide support to the residential design, residential

    construction, and real estate industries. Courses in this program may be transferred directly into the Associate in Applied Science degree in Architectural Technology program. Careful planning will allow students to complete this certificate in two or three semesters.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    ARC-111 Intro to Architectural Technology 3

    ARC-112 Construction Materials and Methods 4

    ARC-113 Residential Architecture Technology pre-req ARC-111 and co-req ARC-112

    3

    ARC-114 Architectural CAD 2

    ARC-133 Construction Document Analysis 2

    ARC-160 Residential Design pre-req ARC-111 and co-req ARC-112

    3

    Total Credit Hours 17

    Architectural Technology- Specialization in Sustainability (C40100C4)

    The Architectural Technology Certificate is designed to give students basic hands-on experience in manual drafting and sketching, CAD drafting, and residential design. Required coursework also includes the study of construction techniques and terminology, building codes, and related topics. Graduates of this program should be able to provide support to the residential design, residential construction, and

    real estate industries. Courses in this program may be transferred directly into the Associate in Applied Science degree in Architectural Technology program. Careful planning will allow students to complete this certificate in two or three semesters.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    BPR-130 Print Reading Construction 3

    ARC-114 Architectural CAD 2

    ARC-225 Architectural BIM I 2

    SST-120 Energy Use Analysis 3

    SST-130 Modeling Renewable Energy 3

    SST-140 Green Building and Design Concepts 3

    Total Credit Hours 16

    Courses that will be weighted by CMS when

    added to the high school transcript are easily

    identified by the course number being

    highlighted…or in a grey box.

  • Rev 3.25.19 CCP Technical Pathways Page 3

    Automotive Systems Technology Diploma (D60160)

    This pathway combines English Math knowledge with technical courses that prepare students for an automotive service technician career. Students may

    choose to further their course work at CPCC to complete an Associate in Applied Science degree in Automotive Service Technology.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    ENG-111* Writing and Inquiry (+1 weight CMS) 3

    MAT-115* Mathematical Models 3

    TRN-110 Intro to Transport Technology 2

    TRN-170 PC Skills for Transportation 2

    AUT-116 Engine Repair co-req AUT-116A

    3

    AUT-116A Engine Repair Lab co-req AUT-116

    1

    AUT-141 Suspension & Steering Systems co-req AUT-141A

    3

    AUT-141A Suspension & Steering Systems Lab co-req AUT-141

    1

    AUT-151 Brake Systems co-req AUT-151A

    3

    AUT-151A Brake Systems Lab co-req AUT-151

    1

    TRN-120 Basic Transport Electricity 5

    TRN-140 Transportation Climate Control co-req TRN-140A

    2

    TRN-140A Transportation Climate Control Lab 2

    AUT-181 Engine Performance 1 3

    AUT-183 Engine Performance 2 co-req AUT-181

    4

    AUT-221 Automatic Transmissions 3

    AUT-231 Manual Transmissions 3

    Total Credit Hours 44

    Note: * This course require an UWGPA of 2.8 OR college entrance exam scores in Reading, English and Math.

    Automotive Systems Technology- Brakes and Alignment (C60160-11)

    Automotive Systems Technology Specialization in Brakes and Alignment prepares the student to work entry level in a dealership or automotive repair facility. This pathway will take the student from very rudimentary safety practices and tool identification to performing basic service and repair of steering and suspension components, and diagnosis and repair of various braking systems. Electrical theory, wiring diagrams, circuit testing and troubleshooting of the vehicle’s charging and starting systems are also covered. Upon completion, students should be able to perform complete and thorough North Carolina State Safety and Emissions Inspections.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    TRN-110 Intro to Transport Technology 2

    TRN-170 PC Skills for Transportation 2

    AUT-141 Suspension & Steering Systems co-req AUT-141A

    3

    AUT-141A Suspension & Steering Systems Lab co-req AUT-141

    1

    AUT-151 Brake Systems co-req AUT-151A

    3

    AUT-151A Brake Systems Lab co-req AUT-151

    1

    TRN-140 Transportation Climate Control co-req TRN-140A

    2

    TRN-140A Transportation Climate Control Lab 2

    AUT-114 Safety and Emissions 2

    Total Credit Hours 18

    Courses that will be weighted by CMS when

    added to the high school transcript are easily

    identified by the course number being

    highlighted…or in a grey box.

  • Rev 3.25.19 CCP Technical Pathways Page 4

    Automotive Systems Technology- Collision, Repair and Refinishing Technology

    This pathway focuses on preparation for a career as an auto body painting and refinishing technician. The job outlook for this field is positive. Many local repair shops hire students, full and part-time, from the CPCC cooperative learning program upon completion of the diploma.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    ENG-111* Writing and Inquiry (+1 weight CMS) 3

    MAT-110* Math Measurements and Literacy 3

    AUB-111 Painting & Refinishing I 4

    AUB-112 Painting & Refinishing II pre-req AUB-111

    4

    AUB-114 Special Finishes co-req AUB-111

    2

    AUB-136 Plastics & Adhesives 3

    AUB-121 Non-Structural Damage I 3

    AUB-131 Structural Damage I 4

    TRN-110 Intro to Transportation Technology 2

    TRN-180 Basic Welding for Transportation co-reqTRN-180A

    3

    TRN-180A Basic Welding for Transportation Lab co-req TRN-180

    1

    AUB-122 Non-Structural Damage II 4

    AUB-162 Autobody Estimating 2

    AUB-141 Mechanical and Elctrical Components I 3

    WBL-112 Work Based Learning I 2

    Total Credit Hours 47

    Note: * This course require an UWGPA of 2.8 OR college entrance exam scores in Reading, English and Math.

    Business Administration- Business Operations (C25120-C5)

    The Business Operations track exposes students to various fields of specialty in the business world in addition to preparing students for further study in the field of business. Upon completion students are prepared for entry level positions in small and medium organizations.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    BUS-110 Introduction to Business pre-req ENG-111* (+1 weight CMS)

    3

    BUS-115 Business Law pre-req ENG-111* (+1 weight CMS)

    3

    BUS-137 Principles of Management pre-req ENG-111* (+1 weight CMS)

    3

    CIS-110* Introduction to Computers (+1 weight CMS)

    3

    MKT-120 Principles of Marketing pre-req ENG-111* Note: If you took high school Marketing and received a 93% on the final exam and a B in the course, you may receive credit for this class.

    3

    Total Credit Hours 15

    Note: ENG-111 is a pre-req for BUS-110, BUS-115, BUS-137, and MKT-120 and is not available in this pathway. ENG-111 is listed in all Transfer Pathways, Automotive Diploma, and Simulation and Game Development Diploma. * This course require an UWGPA of 2.8 OR college entrance exam scores in Reading, English and Math.

    Biomedical Equipment Technology (C50100C1)

    A course of study that prepares the students to use basic engineering principles and technical skills to install, operate, troubleshoot, and repair sophisticated devices and instrumentation used in the health care delivery system. Includes instruction in instrument calibration, design and installation testing, system safety and maintenance procedures, procurement and installation procedures, and report preparation.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    MAT-121* Alebra/Trigonometry I 3

    ELC-131 Circuit Analysis I pre-req MAT-121 or MAT-171

    4

    BMT-111 Intro to Biomed Field 2

    BMT-120 Biomedical Anatomy & Phy 3

    Total Credit Hours 12

    Note: * This course require an UWGPA of 2.8 OR college entrance exam scores in Reading, English and Math.

    Courses that will be weighted by CMS when

    added to the high school transcript are easily

    identified by the course number being

    highlighted…or in a grey box.

  • Rev 3.25.19 CCP Technical Pathways Page 5

    Civil Engineering Technology (C40140-C3)

    This certificate is intended for high school juniors and seniors enrolled in a Career Technical Education Pathway. Course study is intended to provide students with theoretical background and practical experience to understand the major areas of

    Civil Engineering Technology: Structures, Materials and Hydraulics. The courses for this certificate may be applied toward the Associate in Applied Science Degree-Civil Engineering Technology.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    SVR-110 Surveying I co-req MAT-121 or MAT-171

    3

    CEG-115 Intro to Tech and Sustainability co-req MAT-121 or MAT-171

    4

    CEG-211 Hydrology and Erosion Control pre-req MAT-121 or MAT-171

    3

    MAT-121* Algebra/Trigonometry I 3

    Total Credit Hours 13

    Note: * This course require an UWGPA of 2.8 OR college entrance exam scores in Reading, English and Math.

    Civil Engineering Technology- Certificate with a Specialization in Construction Materials

    Testing (C40140-C1)

    This certificate prepares individuals to enter Materials Testing Careers in the Construction Industry. Course study is intended to provide students with the theoretical background and practical experience to understand materials testing,

    test materials-primarily soils and concrete, and prepare technical reports. The courses for this certificate may be applied toward the Associate in Applied Science Degree-Civil Engineering Technology.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    MAT-121* Algebra/Trigonometry I 3

    EGR-250 Statics/Streng of Materials pre-req MAT-121 or MAT-171 min grade C

    5

    CIV-111 Soils and Foundations pre-req EGR-250 min grade C

    4

    CEG-210 Construction Materials & Methods pre-req EGR-250 min grade C

    3

    Total Credit Hours 15

    Note: * This course require an UWGPA of 2.8 OR college entrance exam scores in Reading, English and Math.

    Computer Integrated Machining Technology (C50210-C6)

    This pathway is designed to develop the skills in theory and safe use of hand tools, power machinery, computerized equipment and sophisticated precision Inspection instruments. Students will learn to interpret blueprints, set up manual and CNC machines, perform basic and advanced machining operations and make decisions that ensure work quality is maintained. Employment opportunities exist in manufacturing industries, public institutions, government agencies, and in a wide range of specialty machine shops.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    MAC-111 Machining Technology 6

    MAC-131 Blue Print Reading/Mach I 2

    MAC-121 Intro to CNC 2

    MAC-124 CNC Milling pre-req MAC-121

    2

    Total Credit Hours 12

    Courses that will be weighted by CMS when

    added to the high school transcript are easily

    identified by the course number being

    highlighted…or in a grey box.

  • Rev 3.25.19 CCP Technical Pathways Page 6

    Construction Management- Construction Supervision (C35190-C2)

    This certificate will provide the skills necessary for entry level construction. Upon completion the student will have an overview of construction supervision. Students should have the ability to read and interpret construction drawings, understand green building concepts, know the importance of managing safety and OSHA compliance issues, appreciate the concepts and principals of entrepreneurship, and receive instruction on human relation issues and the fundamentals of effective supervision.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    CMT-210 Construction Management Fundamentals 3

    CMT-212 Total Safety Performance pre-req CMT-210

    3

    CMT-218 Human Relations Issues pre-req CMT-210

    3

    BPR-130 Blueprint Reading-Construction 3

    BUS-139 Entrepreneurship I pre-req ENG-111*

    3

    SST-140 Green Building Concepts 3

    Total Credit Hours 18

    Note: ENG-111 is a pre-req for BUS-139 and is not available in this pathway. ENG-111 is listed in all Transfer Pathways, Automotive Diploma, and Simulation and Game Development Diploma.

    Construction Management Technology (D35190D1) ROC Phillip O’Berry, Harding, West Meck High Schools ONLY

    The Construction Management Technology curriculum is designed to prepare individuals for careers in the construction management field. Instruction includes safety, planning, scheduling, cost control, productivity, human relations, estimating and building codes. Students will also gain proficiency in specific construction related skills.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    ENG-111* Writing and Inquiry (+1 weight CMS) 3

    MAT-110* Math Measurement & Literacy 3

    ARC-112 Construction Materials & methods 4

    ARC 132 Specifications & Contracts pre-req ARC-112

    3

    ARC-225 Architectural BIM I 2

    BPR-130 Print Reading-Construction 3

    CMT-120 Codes and Inspections 3

    CMT-210 Construction Management Fund 3

    CMT-212 Total Safety Performance pre-req CMT-210

    3

    CMT-218 Human Relations Issues pre-req CMT-210

    3

    SST-140 Green Building & Design Concepts 3

    CST-111 Construction I pre-req WOL-110 with a min grade of C

    4

    CTS-241 Planning/Estimating I pre-req one of: BPR-130, MAT-121 or MAT-171

    3

    WOL-110 Basic Construction Skills 3

    WBL-111 Work Based Learning I 1

    WBL-121 Work Based Learning II 1

    Total Credit Hours 47

    Note: * This course require an UWGPA of 2.8 OR college entrance exam scores in Reading, English and Math.

    Construction Management-

    Entry Level Construction Skills (C35190-C9)

    The Construction Management Technology curriculum is designed to prepare individuals for careers in the construction management field. Instruction includes safety, panning, scheduling, cost control, productivity, human relations, estimating and building codes. Students will also gain proficiency in specific construction-related skills.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    BPR-130 Blueprint Reading-Construction 3

    WOL-110 Basic Construction Skills 3

    CST-111 Construction 1 pre-req WOL-110

    4

    ELC-111 Intro to Electricity 3

    AHR-180 HVACR Customer Relations 1

    WLD-111 Oxy-Fuel Welding 2

    Total Credit Hours 15

    Construction Management- Fast Track Carpentry

    This certificate will provide the skills necessary for entry level construction. Upon completion, the student will have an overview of current carpentry skills. Students should have the ability to read and interpret construction drawings, understand carpentry concepts, and acquire basic carpentry skills.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    BPR-130 Blueprint Reading-Construction 3

    CMT-210 Construction Management Fundamentals 3

    WOL-110 Basic Construction Skills 3

    CST-111 Construction 1 4

    Total Credit Hours 16

    Construction Management- Green Building

    This certificate will provide the skills necessary for entry level construction. Upon completion, the student will have an overview of current green building procedures. Students should have the ability to read and interpret construction drawings, understand green building concepts, and understand the inspection process.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    BPR-130 Blueprint Reading-Construction 3

    CMT-120 Codes and Inspections 3

    CST-111 Construction 1 pre-req WOL-110

    4

    SST-140 Green Building Concepts 3

    Total Credit Hours 13

    ROC Schools ONLY

    This pathway not available to Myers Park High School students.

  • Rev 3.25.19 CCP Technical Pathways Page 7

    Cosmetology (C55140-C1) ($150 program fee) This program is not offered every year.

    Approval required by Program Coordinator

    Requires UWGPA 2.8 or College Entrance Exam Scores

    The Cosmetology Pathway is designed to provide competency-based knowledge, scientific/artistic principles, and hands-on fundamentals associated with the cosmetology industry. The curriculum provides a simulated salon environment which enables students to develop manipulative skills.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    COS-111 Cosmetology Concepts I co-req COS-112 4

    COS-112 Salon I co-req COS-111 8

    COS-113 Cosmetology Concepts II co-req COS-114 pre-req COS-111 and COS-112

    4

    COS-114 Salon II co-req COS-113 pre-req COS-111 and COS-112

    8

    COS-115 Cosmetology Concepts III co-req COS-116 pre-req COS-111 and COS-112

    4

    COS-116 Salon III co-req COS-115 pre-req COS-111 and COS-112

    4

    COS-240 Contemporary Design pre-req COS-111 and COS-112

    2

    Total Credit Hours 34

    Note: Students in this pathway are required to purchase a cosmetology kit which is approximately $150. Students must attend a mandatory orientation for the program prior to starting classes.

    Criminal Justice (C55180-C9)

    The Criminal Justice Pathway allows students to take classes to earn credits towards their Associate in Applied Science degree in Criminal Justice Technology. Upon successful completion of the courses below, students may be awarded the Criminal Justice Technology Certificate Specialization in Basics of Criminal Justice.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    CJC-111 Intro to Criminal Justice* (+1 weight CMS)

    3

    CJC-112 Criminology (+.5 weight CMS) 3

    CJC-131 Criminal Law (+5 weight CMS) 3

    CJC-231 Constitutional Law 3

    Total Credit Hours 12

    *MPHS recommends you take CJC 111 before taking any other CJC course based upon experience with other students. CJC-111 is not an official pre-requisite.

    Culinary Arts – ($600 program fee)

    Culinary Skills (C55150-C1) Requires UWGPA 2.8 or College Entrance Exam Scores

    This Culinary Arts curriculum provides specific training required to prepare students to assume positions as trained culinary professionals in a variety of foodservice settings including full service restaurants, hotels, resorts, clubs, catering operations, contract foodservice and health care facilities.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    CUL-110 $600 FEE

    Sanitation and Safety co-req CUL-111 Note: If you took high school Intro to Cul Arts AND passed the ServSafe Certfication AND received a 93% on the final exam and a B in the course, you may receive credit for this class.

    2

    CUL-140* Culinary Skills I co-req CUL-140A; pre-req MAT

    5

    CUL-140A $600 FEE

    Culinary Skills I – Lab co-req CUL-140 (Fee not required if taken CUL-110)

    1

    CUL-111 Success in Hospitality Studies co-req CUL-110

    1

    CUL-240 Culinary Skills II pre-req CUL-110 and CUL-140 with a C co-req CUL-240A

    5

    CUL-240A Culinary Skills II-Lab co-req CUL-240

    1

    Total Credit Hours 15

    Note:

    *This course requires completion of ONE MAT 110, 121, 122, 152, 171, 172, 223, 263, 271, 273, or 285 with a C.

    Students will need to attend a mandatory Culinary Orientation once they have registered for classes.

    Students are responsible for the cost of uniforms and a tool kit for classes above with an asterisk which can total $600. The State does NOT cover this cost.

    Culinary Arts – ($600 program fee) Certified Fundamentals Cook (C55150-C2)

    Requires UWGPA 2.8 or College Entrance Exam Scores

    This Culinary Arts curriculum provides specific training required to prepare students to assume positions as trained culinary professionals in a variety of foodservice settings including full service restaurants, hotels, resorts, clubs, catering operations, contract foodservice and health care facilities.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    CUL-110 $600 FEE

    Sanitation and Safety co-req CUL-112 Note: If you took high school Intro to Cul Arts AND passed the ServSafe Certfication AND received a 93% on the final exam and a B in the course, you may receive credit for this class.

    2

    CUL-112 Nutrition for Foodservice (+5 weight CMS) 3

    CUL-140* Culinary Skills I co-req CUL-140A; pre-req MAT 5

    CUL-140A $600 FEE

    Culinary Skills I – Lab co-req CUL-140 (Fee not required if taken CUL-110)

    1

    HRM-220 Cost Control-Food & Beverage co-req CUL-110 with a min grade of C

    3

    Total Credit Hours 14

    Note:

    *This course requires completion of ONE MAT 110, 121, 122, 152, 171, 172, 223, 263, 271, 273, or 285 with a C.

    Students will need to attend a mandatory Culinary Orientation once they have registered for classes.

    Students are responsible for the cost of uniforms and a tool kit for classes above with an asterisk which can total $600. The State does NOT cover this cost.

    Courses that will be weighted by CMS when

    added to the high school transcript are easily

    identified by the course number being

    highlighted…or in a grey box.

  • Rev 3.25.19 CCP Technical Pathways Page 8

    Culinary Arts – ($600 program fee) Specialization in Baking (C55150-C3)

    Requires UWGPA 2.8 or College Entrance Exam Scores

    This Culinary Arts curriculum provides specific training required to prepare students to assume positions as trained culinary professionals in a variety of foodservice settings including full service restaurants, hotels, resorts, clubs, catering operations, contract foodservice and health care facilities.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    CUL-110 $600 FEE

    Sanitation and Safety co-req CUL-111 Note: If you took high school Intro to Cul Arts AND passed the ServSafe Certfication AND received a 93% on the final exam and a B in the course, you may receive credit for this class.

    2

    CUL-140* Culinary Skills I co-req CUL-140A; pre-req MAT

    5

    CUL-140A $600 FEE

    Culinary Skills I – Lab co-req CUL-140 (Fee not required if taken CUL-110)

    1

    CUL-160 Baking I co-req CUL-160A (+.5 weight CMS)

    3

    CUL-160A Baking I Lab co-req CUL-160 and CUL-110

    1

    CUL-260 Baking II pre-req CUL-110 with a min grade of C co-req CUL-260A

    3

    CUL-260A Baking II Lab pre-req CUL-110 with a min grade of C co-req CUL-260

    1

    Total Credit Hours 16

    Note:

    *This course requires completion of ONE MAT 110, 121, 122, 152, 171, 172, 223, 263, 271, 273, or 285 with a C.

    Students will need to attend a mandatory Culinary Orientation once they have registered for classes.

    Students are responsible for the cost of uniforms and a tool kit for classes above with an asterisk which can total $600. The State does NOT cover this cost.

    Culinary Arts – ($600 program fee) Specialization in Cold Foods (C55150-C4)

    Requires UWGPA 2.8 or College Entrance Exam Scores

    This Culinary Arts curriculum provides specific training required to prepare students to assume positions as trained culinary professionals in a variety of foodservice settings including full service restaurants, hotels, resorts, clubs, catering operations, contract foodservice and health care facilities.

    Course Code

    Course Name Credit Hrs

    CUL-110 $600 FEE

    Sanitation and Safety Note: If you took high school Intro to Cul Arts AND passed the ServSafe Certfication AND received a 93% on the final exam and a B in the course, you may receive credit for this class.

    2

    CUL-140* Culinary Skills I co-req CUL-140A; pre-req MAT

    5

    CUL-140A $600 FEE

    Culinary Skills I – Lab co-req CUL-140 (Fee not required if taken CUL-110)

    1

    CUL-170 Garde Manger co-req CUL-170A

    3

    CUL-170A Garde Manger I Lab co-req CUL-170 and CUL-110

    1

    CUL-270 Garde Manger II pre-req CUL-110 and Cul-140 with a min grade of C co-req CUL-270A

    3

    CUL-270A Garde Manger II Lab pre-req CUL-110 and Cul-140 with a min grade of C co-req CUL-270

    1

    Total Credit Hours 16

    Note:

    *This course requires completion of ONE MAT 110, 121, 122, 152, 171, 172, 223, 263, 271, 273, or 285 with a C.

    Students will need to attend a mandatory Culinary Orientation once they have registered for classes.

    Students are responsible for the cost of uniforms and a tool kit for classes above with an asterisk which can total $600. The State does NOT cover this cost.

    Courses that will be weighted by CMS when

    added to the high school transcript are easily

    identified by the course number being

    highlighted…or in a grey box.

  • Rev 3.25.19 CCP Technical Pathways Page 9

    Early Childhood Education- Beginnings in Early Childhood (C55220-C4)

    The Beginnings in Early Childhood Education program provides a pathway to the profession of teaching young children. The program prepares students with the basic knowledge and skills to work effectively with young children in diverse educational settings. The successful completion of the Introduction to Early Childhood Education course (EDU-119) certifies the North Carolina State Early Childhood Education credential that is required for entry level employment.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    EDU-119 Intro to Early Childhood Education 4

    EDU-144* Child Development I 3

    EDU-146* Child Guidance 3

    EDU-153* Health, Safety & Nutrition 3

    Total Credit Hours 13

    Note: * This course require an UWGPA of 2.8 OR college entrance exam scores in Reading, English and Math.

    Early Childhood Education- Infant Toddler Care (C55290C1)

    The Early Childhood Education program provides a pathway to the profession of teaching young children. The program prepares students with the basic knowledge and skills to work effectively with young children in diverse educational settings. The successful completion of the Introduction to Early Childhood Education course (EDU-119) certifies the North Carolina State Early Childhood Education credential that is required for entry level employment.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    EDU-119 Intro to Early Childhood Education 4

    EDU-131* Child and Family Community 3

    EDU-144* Child Development I 3

    EDU-153* Health, Safety & Nutrition 3

    EDU-234* Infants, Toddlers, and Two’s pre-req EDU-119 and EDU-144

    3

    Total Credit Hours 16

    Note: * This course require an UWGPA of 2.8 OR college entrance exam scores in Reading, English and Math.

    Early Childhood Education- School Age Care (C55450-C1)

    Requires UWGPA 2.8 or College Entrance Exam Scores

    The Early Childhood Education program provides a pathway to the profession of teaching young children. The program prepares students with the basic knowledge and skills to work effectively with young children in diverse educational settings. The successful completion of the Introduction to Early Childhood Education course (EDU-119) certifies the North Carolina State Early Childhood Education credential that is required for entry level employment.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    EDU-131 Child and Family Community 3

    EDU-145 Child Development II pre-req EDU-144**

    3

    EDU-146 Child Guidance 3

    EDU-158 Healthy Lifestyles 3

    EDU-235 School-Age Development and Programs 3

    EDU-263 School-Age Program Administration 2

    Total Credit Hours 17

    Note: **EDU-144 is a pre-req for EDU-145 and is not available in this pathway. EDU-144 is listed in the Beginnings of Early Childhood and Infant Toddler Care.

    Diesel and Heavy Equipment Technology (D60460D3)

    The program prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair, service, and maintain diesel engines in vehicles such as Heavy Duty Trucks over one tone classification, buses, ships, railroad locomotives, and equipment as well as stationary diesel engines in electrical generators and related equipment.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    ENG-111* Writing and Inquiry (+1 weight CMS) 3

    MAT-110* Math Measurement & Literacy 3

    TRN-110 Intro to Transport Technology 2

    TRN-120 Basic Transport Electricity 5

    TRN-120A Basic Transport Electrical Lab 1

    TRN-140 Transport Climate Control 2

    TRN-140A Transport Climate Control Lab 2

    TRN-170 PC Skills for Transport 2

    TRN-180 Basic Welding for Transport 3

    TRN-180A Basic Welding for Transport Lab 1

    HET-110 Diesel Engines 6

    HET-114 Power Trains 5

    HET-125 Preventive Maintenance co-req HET 126

    2

    HET-126 Prevent Maintenance Lab co-req HET-125

    1

    HET-230 Air Brakes 2

    HET-233 Suspension and Steering 4

    HYD-112 Hydraulics-Med/Heavy Duty 2

    Total Credit Hours 46

    Note: * This course require an UWGPA of 2.8 OR college entrance exam scores in Reading, English and Math.

    Courses that will be weighted by CMS when

    added to the high school transcript are easily

    identified by the course number being

    highlighted…or in a grey box.

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    Electrical Engineering Technology (C40180-C5)

    This pathway provides training for entry-level technicians desiring a career in electrical maintenance and management, design, planning, construction, development and installation of electrical systems, machines, automation and power generating equipment. The coursework progressively introduces electronics, circuit simulation using Electronics Workbench, AutoCAD, and Visual Basic Programming.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    ELN-133 Digital Electronics 4

    MAT-121* Algebra/Trigonometry 3

    ELC-131 Circuit Analysis I pre-req/co-req MAT-121 or MAT-171

    4

    ELN-131 Analog Electronics pre-req ELC-131

    4

    Total Credit Hours 15

    Note: * This course require an UWGPA of 2.8 OR college entrance exam scores in Reading, English and Math.

    Fire Protection (C55240-C2)

    The Basics in Fire Protection pathway allows students to take courses that earn credits towards their Associate in Applied Science degree in Fire Protection Technology. Upon successful completion of the courses below, students may be awarded the Fire Protection Technology Certificate Specialization in Basics in Fire Protection.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    FIP-120 Introduction to Fire Protection 3

    FIP-124 Fire Prevention & Public Education 3

    FIP-128 Detection & Investigation 3

    FIP-220 Fire Fighting Strategies 3

    FIP-132 Building Construction 3

    Total Credit Hours 15

    Geomatics Technology (C40420-C6)

    This pathway provides training for technicians in many areas of surveying, such as land surveying, route surveying, construction surveying, photogrammetry, mapping, global positioning systems and other areas of property description and measurement. Graduates find jobs with NCDOT, as well as with companies that do land surveying, commercial and residential development, land mapping, and general and specialty contracting. Job titles include instrument technician, survey party chief, survey technician, GPS technician, and CAD operator.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    SVR-110 Surveying I pre-req MAT-121* or MAT-171*

    3

    CEG-115 Intro to Tech and Sustainability pre-req MAT-121* or MAT-171*

    4

    GIS-111 Introduction to GIS (+1 weight CMS) 3

    CEG-151 CAD for Engineering Technology 3

    MAT-121* Algebra/Trigonometry I 3

    Total Credit Hours 16

    Note: * This course require an UWGPA of 2.8 OR college entrance exam scores in Reading, English and Math.

    Geomatics Technology – Specialization in Geospatial Fundamentals (C40420-C7)

    This pathway provides training for technicians in many areas of surveying, such as land surveying, route surveying, construction surveying, photogrammetry, mapping, global positioning systems and other areas of property description and measurement. Graduates find jobs with NCDOT, as well as with companies that do land surveying, commercial and residential development, land mapping, and general and specialty contracting. Job titles include instrument technician, survey party chief, survey technician, GPS technician, and CAD operator.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    GIS-111 Introduction to GIS (+1 weight CMS) 3

    GIS-112 Introduction to GPS 3

    GIS-121 Georeferencing & Mapping co-req GIS-111

    3

    GIS-225 Advanced Methods in GIS pre-req GIS-111

    3

    GIS-249 Remote Sensing pre-req GIS-111 and GIS-240* OR GIS-111 and GIS-235*

    3

    Total Credit Hours 15

    Note: *GIS-240 and GIS-235 are not listed in this pathway. You must have authorization to enroll in either of these courses prior to taking GIS-249.

    Graphic Arts and Technology – Flexographic Print Certificate (C3018A-C2)

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    GRA-121 Graphic Arts I 4

    GRA-151 Computer Graphics I 2

    GRA-221 Graphic Arts II pre-req GRA-121 and GRA-151

    4

    GRA-255 Image Manipulation I pre-req GRA-151 and GRD-151*

    2

    PRN-131 Flexography I 4

    Total Credit Hours 16

    Note: *GRD-151 is not listed in this pathway. This course is listed in the Advertising and Graphic Design-Intro to Graphic Design and Advertising and Graphic Design-Intro to Graphic Design for the Web.

    Graphic Arts and Technology – Graphic Print Production Certificate (C30180-C13)

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    GRA-121 Graphic Arts I 4

    GRA-151 Computer Graphics I 2

    GRA-221 Graphic Arts II pre-req GRA-121 and GRA-151

    4

    GRA-255 Image Manipulation I pre-req GRA-151 and GRD-151*

    2

    PRN-155 Screen Printing 2

    Total Credit Hours 14

    Note: *GRD-151 is not listed in this pathway. This course is listed in the Advertising and Graphic Design-Intro to Graphic Design and Advertising and Graphic Design-Intro to Graphic Design for the Web.

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    Health Science- EMS Certificate (C45910-C1)

    The Emergency Medical Science curriculum is designed to prepare graduates for careers as entry-level paramedics. This certificate serves as an introduction to the field.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    HSC-110 Orientation to Health Careers 1

    HSC-140 Transcultural Healthcare 2

    HEA-112 First Aid and CPR 2

    MED-121 Medical Terminology I 3

    EMS-110 EMT (Requires 3.0 GPA and college exam scores) 8

    Total Credit Hours 16

    Note: This program is designed so that HSC-110 and HSC-140 will be taken to the first semester and HEA-112 and MED-121 will be taken prior to the EMT course.

    Health Science- Pharmacy Technology Certificate (C45940-C1)

    The Pharmacy Technology curriculum prepares individuals to assist the pharmacist in duties that a pharmacy technician can legally perform and to function within the boundaries prescribed by the pharmacist.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    HSC-110 Orientation to Health Careers 1

    HSC-140 Transcultural Healthcare 2

    HEA-112 First Aid and CPR 2

    MED-121 Medical Terminology I 3

    PHM-110 Introduction to Pharmacy pre-req HSC-110 and HSC-140

    3

    PHM-140 Trends in Pharmacy pre-req PHM-110

    2

    Total Credit Hours 13

    Note: This program is designed so that HSC-110 and HSC-140 will be taken to the first semester and HEA-112 and MED-121 will be taken prior to pharmacy courses.

    Horticulture – Introduction (C15240-C7)

    Current high school students, here is your chance to develop a strong foundation of horticulture and turfgrass knowledge. Experience hands-on horticulture learning in our greenhouses and classrooms, where you’ll have access to state of the art technology and information. You’ll learn the latest techniques from skilled instructors who will equip you with the skills needed to find employment in the landscape, nursery, greenhouse, golf course, and law care industries.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    HOR-160 Plant Materials I 3

    HOR-162 Applied Plant Science 3

    HOR-166 Soils & Fertilizers 3

    HOR-168 Plant Propagation 3

    Total Credit Hours 12

    Horticulture – Introduction to Landscape Management (C15240-C7)

    Current high school students, here is your chance to develop a strong foundation of horticulture and turfgrass knowledge. Experience hands-on horticulture learning in our greenhouses and classrooms, where you’ll have access to state of the art technology and information. You’ll learn the latest techniques from skilled instructors who will equip you with the skills needed to find employment in the landscape, nursery, greenhouse, golf course, and law care industries.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    HOR-160 Plant Materials I 3

    HOR-162 Applied Plant Science 3

    HOR-166 Soils & Fertilizers 3

    HOR-168 Plant Propagation 3

    HOR-253 Horticulture Turfgrass 3

    TRF-152 Landscape Maintenance 3

    Total Credit Hours 18

    Horticulture – Urban Agriculture (C15240-C9)

    Current high school students, here is your chance to develop a strong foundation of horticulture and turfgrass knowledge. Experience hands-on horticulture learning in our greenhouses and classrooms, where you’ll have access to state of the art technology and information. You’ll learn the latest techniques from skilled instructors who will equip you with the skills needed to find employment in the landscape, nursery, greenhouse, golf course, and law care industries.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    HOR-134 Greenhouse Operations 3

    HOR-142 Fruit and Vegetable Production 2

    HOR-164 Horticulture Pest Management 3

    HOR-166 Soils & Fertilizers 3

    HOR-168 Plant Propagation 3

    Total Credit Hours 12

    Health Science- Medical Assisting Certificate (C45920-C1)

    From the reception desk to the examination rooms and laboratory, the Medical Assistant participates in every aspect of patient care in a physicians’ office. This program offers the opportunity for high school students to gain an overview of this valuable career and take courses that develop a solid base for future courses

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    HSC-110 Orientation to Health Careers 1

    HSC-140 Transcultural Healthcare 2

    HEA-112 First Aid and CPR 2

    MED-121 Medical Terminology I 3

    MED-110 Orientation to Medical Assisting 1

    MED-118 Medical Law and Ethics 2

    MED-122 Medical Terminology II pre-req MED-121 with a C

    3

    Total Credit Hours 14

    Note: This program is designed so that HSC-110 and HSC-140 will be taken to the first semester and HEA-112 and MED-121 will be taken prior to the remainder of the courses. .

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    Human Services Technology (C45390-C1)

    This certificate is designed to introduce students to the skills needed for entry and mid-level positions in institutions and agencies that provide social, community, and educational services.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    HSE-110 Intro to Human Services 3

    HSE-112 Group Process I 2

    HSE-123 Interviewing Techniques 3

    HSE-210 Human Services Issues 2

    HSE-225 Crisis Intervention 3

    WBL-111 Work Based Learning I 1

    WBL-115 Work Based Learning Seminar I co-req WBL-111C

    1

    Total Credit Hours 15

    Information Technology Fundamentals (C25590C3)

    The Computer Technology Integration (CTI) pathway is designed to provide students with a foundation in the basics of computer technology, including:

    Operating systems and device operations

    Web technology, database & computer programming

    Networking and information security

    Information business concepts

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    CIS-110* Introduction to Computers (+1 weight CMS)

    3

    CTI-110 Web, Programming and Database Foundation

    3

    CTI-120 Network and Security Foundation 3

    CTI-130 Operating Systems and Device Foundation 6

    CTS-115 Information Systems Business Concepts (+1 weight CMS)

    3

    Total Credit Hours 18

    Note: * This course require an UWGPA of 2.8 OR college entrance exam scores in Reading, English and Math.

    Interior Design – Introduction (C30220-C1)

    The Introduction to Interior Design Certificate is designed to provide students with a first look into interior design as a potential profession. Students gain hands-on experience in many of the basic skills required to be a successful

    interior designer. Courses in this program may be transferred directly to the Associate in Applied Science degree program in Interior Design. Careful planning will allow the student to complete this certificate in two semesters.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    DES-110 Architectural Graphics 2

    DES-125 Visual Presentations I 2

    DES-135 Principles & Elements of Design I 4

    DES-225 Textiles for Interiors 3

    DES-255 History of Interiors and Furnishings I 3

    Total Credit Hours 14

    Interpreter Education- Basic ASL Communication (C55300-C6)

    The Interpreter Education curriculum prepares individuals to work as entry-level sign language interpreters who provide communication access for people who are Deaf and hard of hearing. The classes on this pathway introduce students to the curriculum and give them a head start on an Associate’s degree.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    ASL-111 Elementary ASL I co-req ASL-181 (+1 weight CMS)

    3

    ASL-181 ASL Lab 1 co-req ASL-111

    1

    ASL-112 ASL Elementary ASL II co-req ASL-182 (+1 weight CMS)

    3

    ASL-182 ASL Lab 2 co-req ASL-112

    1

    ASL-211 Intermediate ASL I co-req ASL-281 (+1 weight CMS)

    3

    ASL-281 ASL Lab 3 co-req ASL-211

    1

    ASL-151 Fingerspelling and Numbers pre-req ASL-111 and co-req ASL-211

    1

    ASL-212 Intermediate ASL II (+1 weight CMS) pre-req ASL-111 and co-req ASL-282

    3

    ASL-282 ASL Lab 4 pre-req ASL-211 1

    ASL-253 ASL Non-Manual Signals 1

    Total Credit Hours 18

    Once you have completed ASL-111/181 and ASL-112/182, please contact [email protected]

    Human Services Technology – Specialization in Children with Exceptionalities (C4538A-C4)

    The Human Services Technology curriculum prepares students for entry and mid-level positions in institutions and agencies that provide social, community and educational services. Students take courses from a variety of disciplines. Emphasis in core courses is placed on development of relevant knowledge, skills, and attitudes in human services. Fieldwork experience provides opportunities for application of knowledge and skills learned in the classroom.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    DDT-110 Developmental Disabilities 3

    DDT-120 Teaching Developmental Disable pre-req DDT-110

    3

    DDT-220 Program Planning Process 3

    EDU-131* Child, Family, and Community 3

    EDU-188* Issues in Early Child Ed 2

    EDU-288* Adv Issues/Early Childhood Ed 2

    Total Credit Hours 16

    Note: * This course require an UWGPA of 2.8 OR college entrance exam scores in Reading, English and Math.

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    Mechatronics Engineering Technology (C40350-C5)

    This curriculum is designed to prepare individuals for jobs requiring electrical, mechanical, and computer skills needed to work on complex systems found in manufacturing environments. Graduates may be qualified for engineering technician, industrial maintenance, and manufacturing jobs, including assembly upgrade, testing, start-up, and troubleshooting of machines, controls, and automated systems.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    MAT-121* Algebra/Trigonometry 3

    EGR-125 Appl Software for Tech 2

    ISC-112 Industrial Safety 2

    ELC-131* Circuit Analysis I pre-req MAT-121 4

    ELC-130 Advanced Motors/Controls pre-req ELC-131 3

    Total Credit Hours 14

    Note: * This course require an UWGPA of 2.8 OR college entrance exam scores in Reading, English and Math.

    Non-Destructive Examination (C50350-C8)

    The Non-destructive Examination (NDE) Technology curriculum prepares students for careers in non-destructive testing of materials, equipment and/or components. NDE test methods assess an object’s integrity without affecting its function. NDE is used in many industries, including construction, petrochemical, pulp and paper, power generation and aerospace.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    NDE-110 Intro to Non-destructive Examination 3

    NDE-112 Materials and Processes 3

    NDE-142 Visual Testing- 1,2 2

    NDE-143 Liquid Penetrant Testing- 1,2 2

    NDE-152 Magnetic Particle Testing- 1,2 2

    Total Credit Hours 12

    Turfgrass Management Technology

    Current high school students, here is your chance to develop a strong foundation of horticulture and turfgrass knowledge. Experience hands-on horticulture learning in our greenhouses and classrooms, where you’ll have access to state of the art technology and information. You’ll learn the latest techniques from skilled instructors who will equip you with the skills needed to find employment in the landscape, nursery, greenhouse, golf course, and law care industries.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    HOR-166 Soils & Fertilizers 3

    TRF-120 Turfgrass Irrigation and Design 4

    TRF-210 Turfgrass Equipment Management 3

    TRF-230 Turfgrass Management Apps 2

    TRF-240 Turfgrass Pest Control 3

    HOR-253 Horticulture Turfgrass 3

    Total Credit Hours 18

    Mechatronics Engineering Technology – Specialization in Mechanical Engineering (C40320C3)

    A course of study that prepares the students to use basic engineering principles and technical skills to install, operate, troubleshoot, and repair sophisticated devices and instrumentation used in the health care delivery system. Includes instruction in instrument calibration, design and installation testing, system safety and maintenance procedures, procurement and installation procedures, and report preparation.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    MEC 161 Manufacturing Processes I 3

    DFT-151 CAD I 3

    DFT-154 Intro Solid Modeling 3

    MEC-111 Machine Processes 3

    Total Credit Hours 12

    CNA - Nurse Aide Certificate (C45840-C1)

    Granted Petition Required from: CNA Program Coordinator Requires UWGPA 2.8 or College Entrance Exam Scores

    A certified nurse aide, or CNA, is a medical professional who provides personal care and performs basic nursing skills for adults.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    NAS-101 Nurse Aide I (+5 weight CMS) 6

    Total Credit Hours 6

    NAS-102 Nurse Aide II - can be completed after successful completion of NAS-101.

    Participants must be at least 18 years of age by the time of clinical practice.

    NC State Nurse Aide Candidate Proper Identification – Candidates are required to bring two (2) forms of current, not expired, official signature-bearing identification (one of which must be photo-bearing) to the test site. One form of identification must e a U.S. government-issued Social Security card, signed and non-laminated. Name and SSN must match what is on the registration record.)

    Once registered must attend a mandatory Nursing orientation.

    Criminal background checks and drug screens are required by clinical agencies/healthcare systems. If a student is refused access to clinical experiences because of a positive CBC or drug screen, the student will be unable to complete the clinical component of the course. Inability to complete the clinical requirements will result in a failure to progress in the program.

    Office Administration- Specialization in Office Finance (C25370C3)

    The Office Administration curriculum prepares individuals for positions in administrative support careers. It equips office professionals to respond to the demands of a dynamic computerized workplace. Students complete courses designed to develop proficiency in the use of integrated software, oral and written communication, analysis and coordination of office duties and systems and other support topics. Emphasis is placed on non-technical as well as technical skills.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    CIS-110* Introduction to Computers (+1 weight CMS)

    3

    OST-131 Keyboarding 2

    OST-122 Office Computations 3

    OST-286 Professional Development 3

    CTS-130 Spreadsheet pre-req CIS-110 with a min grade of C

    Note: If you took high school Microsoft Spreadsheet and received a 93% on the final exam and a B in the course, you may receive credit for this class.

    3

    OST-153 Office Finance Solutions pre-req CIS-110

    3

    Total Credit Hours 17

    Note: * This course require an UWGPA of 2.8 OR college entrance exam scores in Reading, English and Math.

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    Simulation and Game Development- Diploma (D25450-21)

    Developing enticing games requires a diverse set of skills. Completion of this program will give students an excellent overview of the various areas they will need to master to achieve success in this exciting field. The courses on this pathway will introduce students to the importance of storytelling and character development, the fundamentals of computer languages, industry standards and the tools required to create 3-D models.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    ENG-111* Expository Writing (+1 weight CMS) 3

    COM-110* Introduction to Communications (+1 weight CMS)

    3

    SGD-111 Introduction to Game Development 3

    SGD-112 Simulation & Game Develop Design 3

    SGD-114 3-D Modeling 3

    SGD-212 Simulation & Game Develop Design II pre-req SGD-112

    3

    SGD-113 Simulation & Game Develop Programming 3

    SGD-213 Sim & Game Develop Programming II pre-req SGD-113

    3

    SGD-214 3-D Modeling II pre-req SGD-114

    3

    SGD-232 Survey of Game Engines 3

    SGD-168 Mobile SG Programming I 3

    SGD-268 Mobile SG Programming II pre-req SGD-168

    3

    Total Credit Hours 36

    Note: * This course require an UWGPA of 2.8 OR college entrance exam scores in Reading, English and Math..

    Sustainability Technologies- Renewable Energy (C40370-C1)

    This pathway provides training for entry level technicians desiring a career in Solar PV systems design and installation, renewable energy modeling and monitoring, and energy management and weatherization. The coursework introduces the concepts in sustainability, algorithms for energy analysis, solar PV design, energy modeling and concepts in renewable energy.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    SST-110 Intro to Sustainability 3

    SST-120 Energy Use Analysis 3

    SST-130 Modeling Renewable Energy 3

    ELC-220 Photovoltaic Systems Technology 3

    ALT-120 Renewable Energy Technology 3

    Total Credit Hours 15

    Welding- SMAW Steel Welding (C50420-11)

    The Welding Technology curriculum provides students with a sound understanding of the science, technology and applications essential for successful employment in the welding and metal industry.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    WLD-110 Cutting Processes 2

    WLD-115 S.M.A.W. (Stick) Plate 5

    WLD-121 G.M.A.W. (MIG) Plate 4

    WLD-141* Symbols and Specifications 3

    Total Credit Hours 14

    Note: * This course require an UWGPA of 2.8 OR college entrance exam scores in Reading, English and Math.

    Welding- Advanced Welding Automation (C50420-13)

    The Welding Technology curriculum provides students with a sound understanding of the science, technology and applications essential for successful employment in the welding and metal industry.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    WLD-110 Cutting Processes 2

    WLD-121 G.M.A.W. (MIG) Plate 4

    WLD-131 G.T.A.W. (TIG) Plate 4

    WLD-141* Symbols and Specifications 3

    WLD-265 Automated Welding/Cutting pre-req WLD-110 and WLD-121

    4

    Total Credit Hours 14

    Note: * This course require an UWGPA of 2.8 OR college entrance exam scores in Reading, English and Math.

    Simulation and Game Development- Certificate (C25450-21)

    Developing enticing games requires a diverse set of skills. Completion of this program will give students an excellent overview of the various areas they will need to master to achieve success in this exciting field. The courses on this pathway will introduce students to the importance of storytelling and character development, the fundamentals of computer languages, industry standards and the tools required to create 3-D models.

    Course Code Course Name Credit Hrs

    SGD-111 Introduction to Game Development 3

    SGD-112 Simulation & Game Develop Design 3

    SGD-113 Simulation & Game Develop Programming 3

    SGD-114 3-D Modeling 3

    WBL-111 Work Based Learning I 1

    Total Credit Hours 13

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    College Credit at CPCC for High School Courses

    North Carolina Community Colleges have an agreement with NCDPI that allows students taking

    certain CTE high school classes to receive college credit. The following courses can earn college

    credit at CPCC. Not all of these courses are in a Career and College Promise pathway but could be

    useful upon entering CPCC as a high school graduate. You must receive a B in the course AND

    93% on the final exam.

    This applies to the following courses:

    High School: Accounting I

    CPCC: ACC-115 or ACC-118

    High School: Personal Finance

    CPCC: BUS-125

    High School: Intro to Culinary Arts AND Passed ServSafe Certification

    CPCC: CUL-110 and CUL-110A

    Career and College Promise Pathways:

    Culinary Arts – Certified Fundamentals Cook

    Culinary Arts – Culinary Skills

    Culinary Arts – Specialization in Baking

    Culinary Arts – Specialization in Cold Foods

    Culinary Arts – Specialization in Demi Chef

    High School: Marketing

    CPCC: ETR-230 OR MKT-110 OR MKT-120

    Career and College Promise Pathways:

    Business Administration-Business Operations – MKT-120

    High School: Entrepreneurship I

    CPCC: ETR-210

    High School: Interior Applications

    CPCC: DES-235

    High School: Automotive Service I, II and III

    CPCC: TRN-111 and TRN-112, and AUT-113

    Offered 2019-2020 at MPHS

    High School: Microsoft Word and PowerPoint

    CPCC: CIS-111 OR CIS-124 OR OST-136

    High School: Microsoft Excel

    CPCC: CTS-130

    High School: Microsoft Word and PowerPoint and Microsoft Excel

    CPCC: OST-137