Basic Pharmacology - Syllabus

Course Description

Basic Pharmacology is a year long course with 24 lessons. Each lesson takes about a week and a half to complete and students have 180 days to complete the course.

Throughout Basic Pharmacology, students will learn the terms and vocabulary associated with different types of drugs, methods of administration and measurement, and the different drugs used for different bodily systems. Students also study drugs used for therapeutic purposes, chemotherapy, anti-infection, analgesic drugs, and emergency drugs such as intravenous drugs and blood products.

Prerequisites None

Required Textbook: Provide online by 1WS.

Intro to Business

Course Description

Intro to Business is an semester long course worth 1/2 Carnegie Unit. with 17 lessons. Each lesson takes a week to complete and students have 180 days to complete the course.

During the course, students study the role of business in the economy and how businesses are legal organized and functions. They also study how to hire, manage, and train employees, as well as an overview of financial analysis and management for a business.

Students are encouraged to participate in group collaborative projects and activities throughout the course. so that they may develop 21st Century Skills.

Required textbook: Online digital text is provided by 1WS.

Prerequisites: None

Construction Basics

Course Description

Construction Basics is a year-long course that prepares students to enter the construction industry as an intern. Part of the "Residential Construction Academy," the course discusses the construction industry and the different jobs available and the skills required.

Students discuss topics such as jobsite safety, construction math, hand and power tools, fasteners and rigging, blueprint reading and the different symbols used on blueprints.

Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management

Course Description

Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management is a year-long course with 13 lessons, worth 1 Carnegie Unit. Each lesson takes 2 weeks to complete and students have 365 days to complete the course.

Entrepreneurship education prepares students to carry out the entrepreneurial process and experience the entrepreneurial spirit. Developing an innovative idea and writing a business plan are only the first steps of a successful business. The entrepreneurs of today and tomorrow’s competitive marketplace must also understand product, marketing, finance, human resources, global competition, and social, environment, and legal issues. Just as critical are communication skills, initiative, creativity, flexibility, and problem solving techniques. This course focuses on all of these concepts.

Required textbook: Online digital text is provided by 1WS.

Prerequisites: None

Business and Management in a Global Society

Course Description

Business and Management in a Global Society is a year long course, with 17 lessons, worth 1 Carnegie Credit. Students learn how to take a business global, the basics of international business law, differing cultures, ethics, and values, leveraging resources and capabilities, investing and foreign exchange, making alliances and how to manage a growing business in the global economy.

Prerequisites: None

Required Text: Provided online through 1WS