Aquaculture is the art, science and business of cultivating plants and animals in water. This course emphasizes the scientific knowledge and methods necessary for aquaculture. Students learn the history, the structure and function of aquatic plants and animals, scientific marketing, general management practices supported by science, nutrition, health, water chemistry, and the role of science in structures, equipment, regulations and careers. Students develop writing and thinking skills through complementary laboratory exercises involving experimentation, data collection, analysis and written laboratory reports. In partnership with J. Aquaponics, Collaborative Response will purchase an Aquaculture Farm.
Fundamentals of information systems, what they are, how they affect organizations. Technical and organizational foundations of information systems, building information systems, managing information system resources. Laboratory emphasizes using computer to analyze, coordinate, solve organizational decision-making problems.
Syllabus covers topics such as programming in Visual Basic,® Java,™ and HTML coding. Building frameworks and coding curriculum, students will develop critical problem-solving skills and learn essential programming languages to help prepare them for the future.
This course is designed to help students learn about various financial decisions they will be faced with in life. Some of the topics to be covered include: budgeting, savings, investments, insurance, and debt. This course will be built around Dave Ramey’s Foundations in Personal Finance high school curriculum. Required courses:…