Career Technical Education Program (CTE)

Career Clusters and Pathways

Student Learning Outcomes/Frameworks

At the end of the semester, students will be able to:

  1. Analyze customer requirements to design and develop a web or digital communication product.
  2. Apply the design and development process to produce user-focused web and digital communications solutions.
  3. Write product specifications that define the scope of work aligned to customer requirements.
  4. Demonstrate the effective use of tools for digital communication production, development, and project management.
  5. Develop, administer, and maintain web applications.
  6. Design, create and publish a digital communication product based on customer needs.
  7. Evaluate the functionality of a digital communication product using industry accepted techniques and metrics.
  8. Implement quality assurance processes to deliver quality digital communication products and services.
  9. Perform maintenance and customer support functions for digital communication products.
  10. Comply with intellectual property laws, copyright laws and ethical practices when creating web/digital communications.

Business Management Pathway

The Business Management Pathway introduces students to laws and regulations affecting business operations and transactions; teaching them how to plan, monitor, and manage day-to-day business activities, human capital, and financial resources; and creating strategic plans used to manage business growth, profit, and goals.


  • Business & Personal Finances S
  • Business Law
  • Management Foundations S
  • Marketing & Entrepreneurship S
  • Spreadsheet Database S

Cybersecurity Pathway

In the Cybersecurity Pathway, students learn how to plan, monitor, implement, and upgrade security measures for the protection of computer networks and information; as well as design and regulate firewalls, security controls, digital files, and vital electronic infrastructure.


  • Coding I
  • Coding II
  • Computer Service Support
  • Cybersecurity

Video Communication Pathway

Through a hands-on, project-oriented approach, students in the Video Communications Pathway apply knowledge to filming, editing and production, lighting, audio, computer graphics and effects to communicate effectively using the video communication medium. By successfully completing this pathway, students may be eligible to take the Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) in Digital Video Using Adobe Premiere Pro certification exam.


  • Video Communications I
  • Video Communications II
  • Video Communications III

Digital Design & Communication Pathway

In the Digital Design & Communication Pathway, students learn to create, design, and produce a vast array of interactive multimedia products and services to be used in business, training, entertainment, communications, and marketing. By successfully completing this pathway, students may be eligible to take the Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) Visual Design Using Photoshop certification exam.


  • Digital Imaging S
  • Digital Media S
  • Digital Publishing S
  • Video Communications I
  • Web Design S

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