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  1. Science Class Offerings 2013-2014

  2. Top Jobs • Computer Science Majors • Engineering Majors • Healthcare Majors • Science Majors Source: Summer 2011 Salary Survey, National Association of Colleges and Employers. Data are for job categories most often reported as offered to bachelor’s degree level graduates Want to know more? http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/nace/JobChoices2012_science/#/0

  3. Starting Salaries for New College Graduates

  4. Computer Science Majors • Software Design and Development • Computer Programming • Consulting

  5. Engineering Majors • Project Engineering • Process Engineering (Chemical) • Field Engineering • Design/Construction Engineering • Production Engineering

  6. Healthcare Majors • Registered Nurse • Management Trainee (Entry-Level Mgmt) • Research (Technical/Scientific)

  7. Science Majors • Research (Technical/Scientific) • Consulting • Actuarial • Teaching

  8. SCIENCE LAB ASSISTANT • Year/1 Credit • Prerequisite - Approval of Science Department Chairperson, Supervising Teacher and the student’s school counselor. • Grade 12

  9. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE-AN EARTH SYSTEMS APPROACH • Year/1 Credit • Prerequisite - Physical Science & Biology • Grades 11, 12

  10. ADVANCED BIOLOGY • Year/1 Credit • Prerequisite - Biology • Recommended Course - Chemistry or Conceptual Chemistry • Grades 11, 12

  11. PHYSICS • Year/1 Credit • Prerequisite - Algebra 1 or Advanced Algebra 1, or beyond • Recommended Courses – Concurrent Geometry-CCSSM, Advanced Geometry-CCSSM, or beyond • Grades 11, 12

  12. ADVANCED PLACEMENT PHYSICS (B) • Year/1 Credit • Prerequisite - Algebra 2 or Advanced Algebra 2 • Recommended - Concurrent Pre-Calculus or AP Calculus • Grades 11, 12 • For the college bound student • Opportunity to take AP test for college credits

  13. ADVANCED PLACEMENT CHEMISTRY • Year/1 Credit • Prerequisite – Chemistry and Concurrent Algebra 2, Advanced Algebra 2 or beyond • Grades 11, 12 • For the college bound student • Opportunity to take AP test for college credits

  14. GENERAL ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY • Year/1 High School Credit • (0 College Credits) • Grades 11, 12 • Students who wish to take this course for high school credit only • Would need to travel to East

  15. GENERAL ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY (CEP) • Year/1 High School Credit • (4 College Credits) • Grades 11, 12 • NWTC Concurrent Enrollment Program Course • Prerequisite - Minimum grade of “C” in Biology; Minimum grade of “C” in Chemistry or Conceptual Chemistry; (Chemistry cannot be taken concurrently nor can another science course be substituted for this requirement) • Mastered the following math skills: ratio and proportion, calculations, conversions between fractions, decimal and percent • Recommended - Medical Terminology (or taken concurrently) • Would need to travel to East • Note: Students interested in receiving a Northeast Wisconsin Technical College transcript should register for this course. Required CEP application paperwork must be completed and submitted to the Student Services no later than March 1st.

  16. MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY • Semester/.5 Credit • (0 College Credits) • Grades 11, 12 • Students who wish to take this course for high school credit only • Would need to travel to East

  17. MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY (CEP) • Semester/1 Credit • (3 College Credits) • Grades 11, 12 • NWTC Concurrent Enrollment Program Course • Prerequisite - None • Recommended - General Anatomy & Physiology (or taken concurrently) • Would need to travel to East • Note: Students interested in receiving a Northeast Wisconsin Technical College transcript should register for this course. Required CEP application paperwork must be completed and submitted to the Student Services no later than March 1st.