COMPUTER INTEGR MFG (11th grade): This course provides students an opportunity to develop a better understanding of multiple facets of the manufacturing industry.Students learn about the manufacturing processes, product design, robotics, programming, maintenance and automation. Students develop their knowledge and skills of Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing to produce products using various CNC and other equipment. Students apply knowledge and skills gained as theycollaborate to design, build and program factory system models. Option to earn college credit in high school; see instructor forinformation.________________________________________
ROP COMPUTER INTEGRATED MECHATRONICS (12th grade):This is a senior-level, capstone course for the Manufacturing Pathway. This course focuses on the scientific principles of physics, energy, conservation, electronic sensing, computerized data acquisition, andautomated process control. Using their understanding of product manufacturing design, students identify the inefficiencies in local industrial electromechanical systems and develop plans to mitigate them.________________________________________
CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY EXTERIOR (11th grade): This course provides instruction in the building trades. Students will be instructed in current practices in construction technology:rough and finish carpentry, cabinetmaking, plumbing, concrete masonry, brick laying, concrete reinforcement, roofing, insulation, air conditioning, sheet metal and welding. Students will also compile a portfolio of acquired skills and a certificate of employ ability. Option to earn college credit in high; see instructor for information._______________________________________
CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY INTERIOR (12th grade): This course provides instruction in the building trades. Students will be instructed in current practices in construction technology: Site Layout Rough / Finish Carpentry Rough & Finished Electrical Rough & Finished Plumbing Concrete Masonry Concrete Reinforcement Roofing Air Conditioning Sheet Metal & Welding Insulation Cabinetmaking/Mill work Finish Carpentry/Trim Work Tile Installation
Students will also compile a portfolio of acquired skills and a certificate of employability. Option to earn college credit in high school; see instructor for information.________________________________________
ENGINE TECHNOLOGY (11th grade): Duncan Automotive Technology Program combines academic instruction with live “Hands on” work experience. A strong curriculum is the foundation of this successful program. The curriculum is based on the General Service Technician (GST) standards by National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) A1 Engine Repair A2 Automatic Transmissions A3 Manual Drive-train A4 Suspension and Steering A5 Brakes A6 Electrical A7 Heating & Air-conditioning A8 Engine Performance.
We are also working on the new Maintenance Light Repair (MLR) standards for next year.
AUTO SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY (12th grade): Auto Systems is intended to give the student practical hands-on experience in diagnosing, troubleshooting and service procedures in the automotive field. The course also covers shop practice of maintenance and repair in the automotive specialty areas. These areas include: drive trains and axles, suspension and steering,brakes, air conditioning, parts technician and job seeking skills. Option to earn college credit in high school; see instructor for information.________________________________________
MEDICAL CAREERS (11th grade): Students will receive broad-based instruction focusing on the healthcare industry. Students will be placed in a hospital or medical facility on clinical rotations to experience the various departments and healthcare occupations. Potential to earn college credit in high school; see instructor for information. ________________________________________
NURSING SERVICES (12th grade): Duncan Nursing pathway effectively supports and provides training for students wishing to pursue a career as: Registered Nurse Licensed Vocational Nurse other Healthcare professions
Academic content ties hand in hand with the medical skills and health care competencies that are acquired during the 4 years of MASH academy. The academy encourages continual growth academically and career wise by providing a rigorous curriculum while combining many medical training opportunities in nearby healthcare facilities. Students that qualify and pass the state requirements graduate as a Certified Nursing Assistant, well on their way to their choice of college or university for their future professional medical career.________________________________________
THERAPY AND REHABILITATION CAREERS (11th grade):This course is an introduction to Therapy Careers including Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation Therapy,and other prominent therapy careers. The course includes medical terminology as well as a foundation for students working with patients who experience different medical conditions or disabilities.Students receive foundational exposure to safety and regulations in the medical environment, medical terminology, medical rehabilitation therapy careers, legal and ethical issues in rehab therapy, patient care, body mechanics and human development for patients withmedical conditions and/or disabilities.________________________________________
THERAPY AND REHABILITATION SERVICES (12th grade):This course prepares students to certify in the competencies necessary to become a Rehabilitation Aid and to prepare for aTherapy Assistant program. Students will receive specific instruction on the supervision, roles, responsibilities, and competenciesnecessary of a Rehabilitation Aide. Students will obtain the technical and functional expertise in the skills, knowledge, abilities and tasks required of an Aide. Students will develop a background in rehabilitation theory and applied health care models. In addition, students will complete clinical hours in rehabilitation services for various populations.________________________________________
WELDING FABRICATION I (11th grade): This course introduces welding and fabrication skills. Students learn foundational industry equipment. Multiple positions of welding with the application of welding skills learning through project fabrication, repair and industry procedure simulations are integrated throughout the course. Proper safety techniques are emphasized as part of thecourse.
WELDING FABRICATION II (12th grade):This course emphasizes advanced welding and fabrication skills, including non-ferrous metals. The primary emphasis is on usingequipment in multiple positions of welding with the application of welding skills learning through project fabrication, repair and industry procedure simulations. Proper safety techniques are emphasized aspart of the course.________________________________________
MEDIUM/HEAVY TRUCK (11th and 12th):This course will provide students will the skills need to understand, maintain, diagnose and repair Medium and Heavy Trucks. This is part of a dual enrollment program with Fresno City College and students will earn college credit as well as credit toward high school graduation. Students will be working toward their NATEF Heavy/Medium Truck industry certification. The emphasis in this course will be on technical skills, as well as foundational workplace skills such as written/oral communication, professionalism, problem solving, decision making and workplace relationship management.