Program of Study

The Ohio Perkins IV Tool: Program of Study

The Ohio Plan for Career-Technical Education requires a Program of Study for all state-approved career technical programs

A program of study is a course-by-course view of what a student in a particular career field might take beginning in the 9th grade and continuing through the end of at least the associate degree. The program of study documents required academic courses, career-technical or required college technical courses, recommended electives and credit-based courses.

Workforce Development CTE-26/Program of Study (POS) and POS Assurances

Articulation and Transfer

“College Tech Prep is a gateway of opportunity for students to maximize their high school experience by concurrently learning and earning. They learn a rigorous, college-level curriculum and earn college credit.”

Linda G. Schwarzbach, Ph.D.
Polaris Career Center
Superintendent

 
 
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