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2021-22 CTE Programs of StudyTennessee’s career and technical education (CTE) programs of study are meant to provide a relevant framework ofindustry-aligned, rigorous courses that progress a student in knowledge and skills year after year. They provideinvaluable opportunities for students to experience a subject that they are passionate about and explore interests thatlead to postsecondary learning and future career paths. These sequenced courses also reflect and support the threecredit elective focus requirement for graduation. Level 1 courses are encouraged to be taken by students in ninth grade;however, districts may make scheduling decisions that work best for their communities and students.Early postsecondary opportunities (EPSOs), such as dual enrollment, dual credit courses, and college level examinationprogram exams (CLEP) are also valuable opportunities for all students and should be provided within the program ofstudy. The dual enrollment course codes may substitute for the Level 3 or 4 course offerings in any aligned careercluster’s programs of study where those course codes represent postsecondary courses. Each program of study has fourdual enrollment course codes.Career Exploration (C25X00) is available to orient eighth and ninth-grade students to high school, postsecondary, andcareer options and develop employability skills. This course can serve as a prerequisite for any CTE course and programof study; however, it is not a required part of any program of study and should not be counted toward CTE concentratorstatus.Work-Based Learning: Career Practicum (C25H16) is available to be a substitute for any level 4 course offering.However, this course will not count toward concentrator status but will count toward completer status.Industry Credentials have been removed from this document. To review promoted industry credentials by programs ofstudy, visit education/student-industry-certification.htmlFor additional information about courses or programs of study, please reach out to CTE.Standards@tn.gov or visit ourwebpage at ducation.html.November 2020 1

Advanced ManufacturingProgram of StudyLevel 1Level 2Level 3Level 4IndustrialMaintenanceTechnologyPrinciples ofManufacturing(C13H05)Introduction toIndustrial Maintenance(C13H28)Advanced IndustrialMaintenance(C13H29)-orDual EnrollmentIndustrial MaintenanceTechnology I(C13H30)-orDual EnrollmentIndustrial MaintenanceTechnology II(C13H31)ManufacturingPracticum(C13H08)-orDual EnrollmentIndustrial MaintenanceTechnology III(C13H32)-orDual EnrollmentIndustrial MaintenanceTechnology IV(C13H33)Machining TechnologyPrinciples ofManufacturing(C13H05)Principles of MachiningI(C13H09)Principles of MachiningII(C13H06)-orDual EnrollmentMachining Technology I(C13H01)-orDual EnrollmentMachining Technology II(C13H20)ManufacturingPracticum(C13H08)-orDual EnrollmentMachining TechnologyIII(C13H34)-orDual EnrollmentMachining TechnologyIV(C13H35)MechatronicsPrinciples ofManufacturing(C13H05)Digital Electronics(C13H07)-orRobotics & AutomatedSystems(C13H15)-orProject Lead the Way(PLTW) s I1(C13H16)-orDual EnrollmentMechatronics I(C13H04)-orDual EnrollmentMechatronics II(C13H21)Mechatronics l EnrollmentMechatronics III(C13H36)-orDual EnrollmentMechatronics IV(C13H37)WeldingPrinciples ofManufacturing(C13H05)Welding I(C13H12)Welding II2(C13H10)-orDual EnrollmentWelding I(C13H03)-orDual EnrollmentWelding II(C13H18)ManufacturingPracticum(C13H08)-orDual EnrollmentWelding III(C13H38)-orDual EnrollmentWelding IV(C13H39)1Local dual credit and/or dual enrollment opportunities exist for this course.November 2020 2

2May be taught for 1 or 2 credits.Available courses for elective credit in this cluster: Work-Based Learning: Career Practicum (C25H16) course may substitute for the Level 4 offering in allprograms of study but does not count toward concentrator status.November 2020 3

Agriculture, Food, & Natural ResourcesProgram of StudyAgribusinessLevel 1Level 2Level 3Level 4Agriscience1(C18H19)Principles of Farm andAgribusinessManagement 3(C18H41)OrganizationalLeadership andCommunications(C18H18)-orDual EnrollmentAgribusiness I(C18H03)-orDual EnrollmentAgribusiness II(C18H32)Agricultural Businessand Finance2,4(C18H11)-orStatewide Dual CreditIntro to Agribusiness(C18H10)-orDual EnrollmentAgribusiness III(C18H43)-orDual EnrollmentAgribusiness IV(C18H44)Supervised Agricultural Experience (C18H23)AgriculturalEngineering,Industrial, andMechanical SystemsAgriscience1(C18H19)Principles ofAgricultural Mechanics(C18H12)Agricultural Power andEquipment(C18H13)-orDual EnrollmentAgriculturalEngineering, Industrial,and MechanicalSystems I(C18H45)-orDual EnrollmentAgriculturalEngineering, Industrial,and MechanicalSystems II(C18H46)Agricultural Fabricationand BiosystemsEngineering 3(C18H42)-orUnmanned AircraftSystems in Agriculture(C18H40)-orDual EnrollmentAgriculturalEngineering, Industrial,and MechanicalSystems III(C18H47)-orDual EnrollmentAgriculturalEngineering, Industrial,and MechanicalSystems IV(C18H48)Supervised Agricultural Experience (C18H23)November 2020 4

Environmental andNatural ResourceManagementAgriscience1(C18H19)Applied EnvironmentalScience1(C18H25)-orCambridge IGCSEEnvironmentalManagement (C18H07)Plant and Soil Science 1(C18H15)-orDual EnrollmentEnvironmental &Natural ResourcesManagement I(C18H06)-orDual EnrollmentEnvironmental &Natural ResourcesManagement II(C18H36)-orIBEnvironmental Systemsand Societies I (SL)(G03H36)Natural ResourcesManagement 1(C18H28)-orUnmanned AircraftSystems in Agriculture(C18H40)-orAP EnvironmentalScience(G03H25)-orDual EnrollmentEnvironmental &Natural ResourcesManagement III(C18H49)-orDual EnrollmentEnvironmental &Natural ResourcesManagement IV(C18H50)-orIBEnvironmental Systemsand Societies II (SL)(G03H34)Supervised Agricultural Experience (C18H23)Food ScienceAgriscience1(C18H19)Industry Certification:OSHA - 10Principles of FoodProduction(C18H29)Food Science andSafety 1(C18H26)-orDual EnrollmentFood Science I(C18H04)-orDual EnrollmentFood Science II(C18H37)Advanced Food ScienceIndustry Certificationfor C18H26:OSHA 30 GeneralIndustryIndustry Certificationfor C18H24:OSHA 30 GeneralIndustry1(C18H24)-orDual EnrollmentFood Science III(C18H51)-orDual EnrollmentFood Science IV(C18H52)Supervised Agricultural Experience (C18H23)November 2020 5

Horticulture ScienceAgriscience 1(C18H19)Principles of PlantScience )-orStatewide Dual CreditIntroduction to PlantScience 1 (C18H09)-orDual EnrollmentHorticulture Science I(C18H05)-orDual EnrollmentHorticulture Science II(C18H33)Landscaping and Turf5Science(C18H16)-orUnmanned AircraftSystems in Agriculture(C18H40)-orDual EnrollmentHorticulture Science III(C18H53)-orDual EnrollmentHorticulture Science IV(C18H54)Supervised Agricultural Experience (C18H23)Veterinary andAnimal ScienceAgriscience 1(C18H19)Small AnimalScience(C18H20)Large Animal Science(C18H27)-orDual EnrollmentVeterinary & AnimalScience I(C18H01)-orDual EnrollmentVeterinary & AnimalScience II(C18H34)Veterinary Science1(C18H21)-orUnmanned AircraftSystems in Agriculture(C18H40)-orDual EnrollmentVeterinary & AnimalScience III(C18H55)-orDual EnrollmentVeterinary & AnimalScience IV(C18H56)Supervised Agricultural Experience (C18H23)1Satisfies one lab science credit required for graduation.2Satisfies ½ credit of Personal Finance required for graduation.3Satisfies the fourth math credit required for graduation.4Satisfies the one economics credit required for graduation.Satisfies the one fine arts credit required for graduation.5Available courses for elective credit in this cluster: Work-Based Learning: Career Practicum (C25H16) course may substitute for the Level 4 offering in allprograms of study but does not count toward concentrator status. Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (C18H39) is a supplemental course that can be offered inaddition to courses within the Agricultural Engineering and Applied Technologies program of study butdoes not count toward concentrator status.November 2020 6

Architecture & ConstructionProgram of StudyArchitectural &Engineering DesignInterior DesignMechanical, Electrical,& Plumbing (MEP)SystemsLevel 1Level 2Level 3Level 4Architectural &Engineering Design I(C17H13)Architectural &Engineering Design II(C17H14)Architectural &Engineering Design III(C17H10)-orDual EnrollmentArchitectural &Engineering Design I(C17H04)-orDual EnrollmentArchitectural &Engineering Design II(C17H28)Engineering Practicum(C21H14)-and/orAP Calculus(G02H24 or G02H25)-and/orAP Physics(G03H27, G03H28,G03H24, or G03H29)-orDual EnrollmentArchitectural &Engineering Design III(C17H35)-orDual EnrollmentArchitectural &Engineering Design IV(C17H36)-orIBPhysics II (SL)(G03H82)Foundations of InteriorDesign(C17H12)Residential InteriorDesign(C17H11)Commercial InteriorDesign(C17H20)-orDual EnrollmentInterior Design I(C17H05)-orDual EnrollmentInterior Design II(C17H29)Advanced InteriorDesign(C17H19)-orDual EnrollmentInterior Design III(C17H37)-orDual EnrollmentInterior Design IV(C17H38)Fundamentals ofConstruction(C17H15)MEP Systems(C17H23)HVAC (C17H17)-and/orElectrical Systems(C17H16)-and/orPlumbing Systems(C17H18)-orDual EnrollmentMechanical, Electrical,& Plumbing Systems I(C17H03)-orDual EnrollmentMechanical, Electrical,& Plumbing Systems II(C17H30)ConstructionPracticum(C17H22)-orDual EnrollmentMechanical, Electrical,& Plumbing Systems III(C17H39)-orDual EnrollmentMechanical, Electrical,& Plumbing Systems IV(C17H40)November 2020 7

Residential &CommercialConstructionFundamentals ofConstruction(C17H15)Residential &CommercialConstruction I(C17H24)Residential &CommercialConstruction II(C17H25)-orDual EnrollmentResidential &CommercialConstruction I(C17H01)-orDual EnrollmentResidential &CommercialConstruction II(C17H31)ConstructionPracticum(C17H22)-orDual EnrollmentResidential &CommercialConstruction III(C17H41)-orDual EnrollmentResidential &CommercialConstruction IV(C17H42)Structural SystemsFundamentals ofConstruction(C17H15)Structural Systems I(C17H26)Structural Systems II1(C17H27)-orDual EnrollmentStructural Systems I(C17H02)-orDual EnrollmentStructural Systems II(C17H32)ConstructionPracticum(C17H22)-orDual EnrollmentStructural Systems III(C17H43)-orDual EnrollmentStructural Systems IV(C17H44)Available courses for elective credit in this cluster: Work-Based Learning: Career Practicum (C25H16) may substitute for the Level 4 offering in all programs ofstudy but does not count toward concentrator status. Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (C18H39) is a supplemental course that can be offeredin addition to courses within the Architectural and Engineering Design program of study but does notcount toward concentrator status. Welding I (C13H12) is a supplemental course that can be offered in addition to courses within the MEP,Residential & Commercial Construction, and Structural Systems programs of study but does not counttoward concentrator status.November 2020 8

Arts, Audio/Visual Technology, & CommunicationsProgram of StudyAudio/VisualProductionLevel 1Level 2Level 3Level 4A/V Production I(C11H01)A/V Production II(C11H02)A/V Production III(C11H03)-orDual EnrollmentAudio/Visual ProductionI(C11H00)Applied Arts Practicum(C11H07)-and/orAP English Languageand Composition(G01H17)-orDual EnrollmentAudio/Visual ProductionIII(C11H18)-orDual EnrollmentAudio/Visual ProductionIV(C11H19)-orDual EnrollmentAudio/Visual ProductionII(C11H15)Digital Arts & DesignFashion DesignDigital Arts &Design I(C11H06)Digital Arts &Design II(C11H05)Visual Art I(G05H08)Foundations of FashionDesign(C11H17)Digital Arts &Design III(C11H16)-orDual EnrollmentArts & Design I(C11H08)-orDual EnrollmentArts & Design II(C11H09)Fashion Design(C11H10)-orDual EnrollmentFashion Design I(C11H13)-orDual EnrollmentFashion Design II(C11H14)-orCambridgeInternational AS LevelArt & Design(C11H12)Applied Arts Practicum(C11H07)-and/orAP Studio Art: 2-DDesign(G05H30)-orDual EnrollmentArts & Design III(C11H20)-orDual EnrollmentArts & Design IV(C11H21)Advanced FashionDesign(C11H11)-orDual EnrollmentFashion Design III(C11H22)-orDual EnrollmentFashion Design IV(C11H23)Available courses for elective credit in this cluster: Work-Based Learning: Career Practicum (C25H16) may substitute for the Level 4 offering in all programs ofstudy but does not count toward concentrator status. Journalism (G01H15) is a supplemental course that can be offered in addition to courses within theNovember 2020 9

Audio/Visual Production program of study but does not count toward concentrator status.November 2020 10

Business Management & AdministrationProgram of StudyLevel 1Level 2Level 3Level 4Business ManagementIntroduction toBusiness & Accounting I(C29H00)-orCambridge IGCSEAccounting(C29H08)Business Management(C12H17)-orStatewide Dual CreditIntroduction toBusiness(C12H44)-orDual EnrollmentBusiness Management I(C12H01)Dual EnrollmentBusiness ManagementII(C12H47)-and/orPrinciples ofManagementCLEP-and/orCambridge ASBusiness(C12H14)Business &EntrepreneurshipPracticum(C12H35)-and/orVirtual EnterpriseInternational1(C12H23)-orDual EnrollmentBusiness ManagementIII(C12H51)Dual EnrollmentBusiness ManagementIV(C12H52)-and/orPrinciples ofManagementCLEPHealth ServicesAdministrationIntroduction toBusiness & Marketing(C12H26)-orHealth ScienceEducation(C14H14)Health InformationTechnology(C12H34)Business Management(C12H17)-orStatewide Dual CreditIntroduction toBusiness (C12H44)-orDual EnrollmentHealth ServicesAdministration I(C12H03)-orDual EnrollmentHealth ServicesAdministration II(C12H49)-orCambridge ASBusiness (C12H14)Health ServicesAdministrationPracticum(C12H38)-orDual EnrollmentHealth ServicesAdministration III(C12H53)-orDual EnrollmentHealth ServicesAdministration IV(C12H54)November 2020 11

Human ResourcesManagementIntroduction toBusiness & an ResourcesManagement(C12H36)-orDual EnrollmentHuman ResourcesManagement I(C12H39)-orDual EnrollmentHuman ResourcesManagement II(C12H50)Human ResourcesManagement Practicum(C12H37)-orDual EnrollmentHuman ResourcesManagement III(C12H55)-orDual EnrollmentHuman ResourcesManagement IV(C12H56)Office ManagementComputer Business Management(C12H17)-orStatewide Dual CreditIntroduction toBusiness (C12H44)-orDual EnrollmentOffice Management I(C12H02)-orDual EnrollmentOffice Management II(C12H48)-and/orPrinciples ofManagementCLEP-orCambridge ASBusiness(C12H14)Advanced ComputerApplications(C12H25)-orDual EnrollmentOffice Management III(C12H57)-orDual EnrollmentOffice Management IV(C12H58)-and/orInformation SystemsCLEP1 Satisfies½ credit of Economics required for graduation.Available courses for elective credit in this cluster: Work-Based Learning: Career Practicum (C25H16) may substitute for the Level 4 offering in all programs ofstudy but does not count toward concentrator status. American Business Legal Systems (C12H20) and Business Economics (C12H21) are supplemental courses thatcan be offered in addition to courses within the Business Management and Human Resources Managementprograms of study but do not count toward concentrator status.November 2020 12

Education & TrainingProgram of StudyEarly ChildhoodEducation CareersEducational Therapyand SupportTeaching as aProfession (K-12)Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4Early ChildhoodEducationCareers I(C32H06)Early ChildhoodEducationCareers II(C32H07)Early ChildhoodEducationCareers III(C32H08)-orDual EnrollmentEarly ChildhoodEducation Careers I(C32H10)-orDual EnrollmentEarly ChildhoodEducation Careers II(C32H18)Early ChildhoodEducationCareers IV(C32H09)-orDual EnrollmentEarly ChildhoodEducation Careers III(C32H22)-orDual EnrollmentEarly ChildhoodEducation Careers IV(C32H23)Educational Therapyand Support I(C32H12)Educational Therapyand Support II(C32H13)Educational Therapyand Support III(C32H14)-orDual EnrollmentEducational Therapyand Support I(C32H16)-orDual EnrollmentEducational Therapyand Support II(C32H19)Educational Therapyand Support Practicum(C32H15)-orDual EnrollmentEducational Therapyand Support III(C32H24)-orDual EnrollmentEducational Therapyand Support IV(C32H25)Fundamentals ofEducation(C32H00)Teaching as aProfession I(C32H01)Teaching as aProfession II(C32H02)-orDual EnrollmentTeaching as aProfession (K-12) I(C32H04)-orDual EnrollmentTeaching as aProfession (K-12) II(C32H05)Teaching as aProfession Practicum(C32H03)-orDual EnrollmentTeaching as aProfession (K-12) III(C32H26)-orDual EnrollmentTeaching as aProfession (K-12) IV(C32H27)Available courses for elective credit in this cluster: Work-Based Learning: Career Practicum (C25H16) may substitute for the Level 4 offering in all programsof study but does not count toward concentrator status. Lifespan Development (C19H17) is a supplemental course that can be offered in addition to courseswithin the Early Childhood Education Careers program of study but does not count towardconcentrator status.November 2020 13

FinanceProgram of StudyLevel 1Level 2Level 3Level 4AccountingIntroduction to Business& Marketing(C12H26)Accounting I(C29H00)-orCambridge IGCSEAccounting(C29H08)Accounting II(C29H01)-orDual EnrollmentAccounting I(C29H05)-and/orDual EnrollmentAccounting II(C29H07)-orCambridge ASAccounting(C29H06)Financial Planning(C29H02)-orStatistics(G02H37)-orAP Statistics(G02H26)-and/orDual EnrollmentAccounting III(C29H12)-and/orDual EnrollmentAccounting IV(C29H13)-and/orFinancial AccountingCLEPBanking and FinanceIntroduction to Business& Marketing(C12H26)Accounting I(C29H00)-orCambridge IGCSEAccounting(C29H08)Banking and Finance(C29H03)-orDual EnrollmentBanking & Finance I(C29H09)-orDual EnrollmentBanking & Finance II(C29H10)Financial Planning(C29H02)-orDual EnrollmentBanking & Finance III(C29H14)-orDual EnrollmentBanking & Finance IV(C29H15)Available courses for elective credit in this cluster: Work-Based Learning: Career Practicum (C25H16) may substitute for the Level 4 offering in all programs ofstudy but does not count toward concentrator status. Personal Finance (C29H11) is a course required for graduation but does not count toward concentratorstatus in a program of study.November 2020 14

Government & Public AdministrationProgram of StudyLeadership inGovernmentPublic Managementand AdministrationLevel 1Level 2Level 3Level 4JROTC I1&2(G08H04)JROTC II1(G08H05)U.S. Government andCivics(G04H12)-orJROTC III1(G08H06)-orDual EnrollmentLeadership inCommunity EmergencyResponse I(C15H22)-orDual EnrollmentLeadership inCommunity EmergencyResponse II(C15H23)Success Skills in ServiceLearning(C25H15)-orJROTC IV(G08H07)-orDual EnrollmentLeadership inCommunity EmergencyResponse III(C15H25)-orDual EnrollmentLeadership inCommunity EmergencyResponse IV(C15H26)Principles of PublicService(C15H14)Public Managementand Administration(C15H16)Public Law andBudgeting(C15H15)-orDual EnrollmentPublic Management &Administration I(C15H06)-orDual EnrollmentPublic Management &Administration II(C15H24)AP US Government &Politics(G04H26)-orSuccess Skills ThroughService Learning(C25H15)-orDual EnrollmentPublic Management &Administration III(C15H27)-orDual EnrollmentPublic Management &Administration IV(C15H28)JROTC I, II, and III satisfies the graduation requirement for Physical Education, Personal Finance and U.S. Government &Civics for students who complete all three courses.12JROTC I and II satisfies credit the graduation requirement for Wellness for students who complete both courses.Available courses for elective credit in this cluster: Work-Based Learning: Career Practicum (C25H16) may substitute for the Level 4 offering in all programs ofstudy but does not count toward concentrator status.November 2020 15

Interior Design II (C17H29) Advanced Interior Design (C17H19) -or- Dual Enrollment Interior Design III (C17H37) -or- Dual Enrollment Interior Design IV (C17H38) Mechanical, Electrical, & Plumbing (MEP) Systems Fundamentals of Construction (C17H15) MEP Systems (C17H23) HVAC (C17H17) -and/or- Electrical Systems (C17H16) -and/or- Plumbing Systems

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