BM211 FASHION MARKETING One Credit Grades 11-12
This specialized curriculum elective in the Marketing Education Program is designed for students with a career objective in the fashion field. Students develop general marketing skills necessary for successful employment in fashion marketing, general marketing skills applied to the apparel and accessories industry, and specialized skills unique to fashion marketing.
BM227 SPORTS, ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION MARKETING/HONORS One Credit
This course is designed to introduce students to a major element of our modern economy–sports, entertainment and recreational fields generate billions of dollars each year for our society. Students will develop an understanding of the knowledge and skills necessary to be successful in this field. The following topics will be addressed: economics, marketing, business structure, market research, communications, interpersonal relationships, product planning, promotion, selling, sponsorship development, developing public relations/publicity programs, advertising, branding, developing an idea/event, dealing with agents/personal managers, and product licensing. Prerequisite: Successful completion of either Sports, Entertainment and Recreation Marketing or Sports, Entertainment and Recreation Marketing -Honors.
BM228 ADVANCED SPORTS, ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION MARKETING/HONORS One Credit
Students will build on prior knowledge of sports, entertainment, and recreation marketing. This course focuses on the principles of management and planning supported by research, financial, and legal concepts. Students will be able to plan and execute an event; develop a career plan, and establish a sports, entertainment, and recreation product/business. Academic skills (mathematics, science, English, and history/social science) related to the content are a part of this course. Computer/technology applications supporting the course are studied.
TE106 Construction Tech One Credit
TE301 BASIC TECHNICAL DRAWING One Credit
This beginning technical drawing course gives students the opportunity to experience the language of industry and technology. It provides a variety of experiences that allow students to gain a background of basic skills and understanding in the broad scope of drafting. In addition this class will prepare college bound and technology-oriented students for the many fields relating to architecture, engineering, and the arts, and those exploring personal interests. While Basic Technical Drawing focuses on drafting skills, it also serves to develop problem solving skills and critical thinking ability. Lab fee is required.
TE302 ENGINEERING DRAWING One Credit
Engineering Drawing provides students the opportunity to experience the graphic language of industry for engineers, manufacturers, and technicians. It provides experiences with greater depth in drawing problems, skills, and techniques. Emphasis is placed on interpretation of industrial prints, ability to use handbooks with other resource materials, and adherence to established standards for drafting. An important aspect of the course is the application of drafting principles to typical engineering drawing and design problems. Lab fee is required. Pre-requisites: TE301 Basic Technical Drawing
TE303 ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING One Credit
Architectural Drawing provides students the opportunity to learn about the principles of architecture and related drafting practices and techniques. This class provides information helpful for the future home owner and is especially beneficial to the future architect, interior designer, or home builder. A final project is required, in which students plan, design, and draw a complete set of working drawings for a single-family residence for later blueprinting and model building. Lab fee is required. Pre-requisites: TE301 Basic Technical Drawing
JT303O Dual Enrollment College Drawing One Credit
(JTCC 3 Credits)