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Next Energy Engineering Clean Energy Systems 1  638000CW: This course exposes students to three sources of renewable energy: wind, solar and biofuels. Working with solar, thermal, chemical and mechanical sources of clean energy teaches students how to apply physics, geography, chemistry, biology, geometry, algebra and engineering fundamentals. Students learn the most efficient and appropriate use of energy production as they explore the relevant relationships among work, power and energy. Students will engage in a wide variety of hands on projects and lab activities that both test their knowledge and illustrate the interrelationships between the various forms of clean energy. Credit: 1

Clean Energy Applications 2  638100HW- HONORS: This course builds on the foundation of Course 1 and introduces nuclear power, steam generation, fuel cells, geothermal power, water power, AC/DC power generation, heat transfer and the laws of thermodynamics. In addition, students now use chemical and thermal energy principles to create, store and use energy efficiently to power a variety of mechanical and electrical devices. Students will engage in a variety of hands-on design projects to demonstrate principles using advanced technology hardware and software. Credit: 1 Prerequisite: Successful completion of course 1 or permission of R2i2 instructor

Clean Energy Strategies 638200CW: Students in this course utilize applicable skills from the foundational courses to tackle challenges associated with the implementation of clean energy technology. The hands-on projects encountered during this course will require students to address specific issues related to providing portable power in any situation, developing new energy storage systems, increasing the efficiency of the modern home, and designing more energy efficient buildings and homes. Prerequisite: Must have completed Sections One and Two Successfully Credit: 1

3D Printing & 3D Design w/CATIA version 5 (v.5) I and II
Note to Counselors: These courses will offer options for blocks or skinnies.  The skinnies will be modularized and offered as Mech. 1 or Mech. 2 or AD 1.  Blocks are offered for MD 1 & 2 and AD 1 & 2.  Blocks offer 2 credit hours.

Mechanical Design 1 617200CW  & Mechanical Design 2 617300CW (3D Printing & Design 1 and 2):The 3D Printing and Design course at R2i2 will educate students on the use and application of CATIA v5: a multi-platform computer-aided design (CAD)/computer-aided manufacturing (CAM)/computer-aided engineering (CAE) software suite. Students will design parts and assemblies according to the specifications of each assignment and manufacture these parts using Additive Manufacturing.  Students will prepare for professional certification in CATIA v5 in Mechanical Design 2 and receive more information on the pursuit of careers in this industry. Credit: 1 Credit Each

Architectural Design 1 617000CW & 2 617100CW (3D Printing & Design 3 and 4): The 3D Printing and Design II course at R2i2 will advance student competency in the use and application of CATIA: a multi-platform computer-aided design (CAD)/computer-aided manufacturing (CAM)/computer-aided engineering (CAE) software suite. This section will have a focus on Architectural Design and Surface Design in CATIA v5. Students will design parts and assemblies according to the specifications of each assignment and manufacture these parts using Additive Manufacturing. Students will prepare for professional certification in CATIA and be introduced to the professional careers within these industries. Credit: 1 Credit Each

Supply Chain and Global Logistics Management Global Business Logistics 619901CW: Topics cover emerging and important areas such as product/service supply chains, security, sustainability, and supply chain vulnerability. Students will be given an introduction to key quantitative techniques that can be applied to logistics, such as simulation and modeling. Decision Models for Supply Chain Management, Logistics, Emerging Markets, and Economic Development, as well case studies for world leaders in global logistics will be studied. Students will establish their own distribution and logistics center to serve the Richland 2 Backpack Program. Credit: 1

Computer Forensics in the Global Supply Chain 609901CW:Students will learn the importance of cyber forensics in the global supply chain and how to conduct investigations that include gathering evidence, using software to decode hidden files, and presenting findings. Organizations increasingly rely upon relationships with third-party vendors and partners.  These relationships have become progressively more complex as companies engage in more cross-border relationships.  A firm’s scrutiny of its supply chain technology is particularly important in the modern era of hacking and computer crimes.  Failure to adequately study cyber-attacks can substantially increase an organization’s risk of significant financial losses, as well as exposure to legal investigations and reputational damage.  Credit: 1

Computer Programming and Coding Apple Application Development (Computer Programming 1) 505000CW: Students will learn the Swift programming language and the Application Programming Interface (API) to write their own Applications for use on iPhone and iPad. Students will work in teams and as individuals to develop apps using Xcode. Credit: 1

Food and Business
Note to Counselors:  Offered as skinnies or block in a.m., and block only in p.m..

Mobile and Non‐Traditional Food and Service (Business Management & Admin Elective 1) 549900CW  & 549901CW: Students will learn how to operate the culinary responsibilities of mobile food businesses, as well as how to determine and execute a viable business plan for mobile businesses. Students will be taught the costs and various legal and other responsibilities they need to be aware of in order to be successful.Credits: 1 each

Note to Counselors:  Offered in a.m. or p.m. but only in block
Entrepreneurial Management 2
(Business Management & Admin Elective 2) 549905CW & 549906CW:The purpose of the Entrepreneurial Management course is for the learner to apply management concepts to new and growing businesses while simultaneously focusing on new challenges and opportunities. Students will develop an understanding of how to manage the growth of a small business via planning, budgeting, and strategic execution. Emphasis is placed on maintaining competitive advantage, recognizing and adjusting to changes within the business environment and efficient use of resources in addressing operating constraints. Experiential learning will allow students to apply the information and skills learned. This course continues business interactions and advisory relationships first developed in the prerequisite course. Credits: 2

Virtual & Micro-Business 515000CW: This course is an in-school, live, business simulation that offers students a competitive edge through project-based, collaborative learning, and the development of 21st-century skills in entrepreneurship, global business, problem solving, communication, personal finance, and technology. This multidimensional, experiential learning model develops high school students into independent-thinking business professionals.  Credit: 1

Marketing and Social Media: 509901CW: Designed specifically for students who are interested in a marketing related career. Students will develop those skills required for success as a marketing manager by examining real‐world marketing problems. This course is research‐intensive, group‐oriented, and comprehensive. Explores implications, opportunities and challenges for business and communications professionals using social media and contemporary advertising for organizations. Students will participate in creation of a vast array of social media sites, resources, applications and tools, as well as evaluate the impact, effectiveness and design of various elements of advertising strategy and campaigns. Credit: 1