Academic Integration

Academic Integration at Central Campus includes teaching core academic areas of English, math, and science as a part of the curriculum in career programs. Students apply academic skills to related projects. In courses listed below, students earn high school credit for academic courses through the career and technical institute program. English and math courses also earn college credit.

English (.500 high school credit per semester and 3 DMACC Credits)
Technical Communication – DMACC Course – COM 703, 3 credits, spring
Culinary Arts and Restaurant Management I
Early Childhood Careers I
Home Building I (A Days)
Career Opportunities in Health (4 block year-long program)
Painting and Drywall I
Welding I (morning section only)
Fashion Design & Merchandising I (morning section only)

Math (.500 high school credit per semester and 3 DMACC credits)
Technical Math
DMACC Course – MAT 772, 3 credits, spring
Auto Collision I
Auto Technology I
Iowa Energy and Sustainability I
Culinary Arts II
Home Building I (B Day section only)
Home Building II

Science
Animal Science and Horticulture I, II (1.00 high school science credit per semester)
Animal Science/Fishery & Wildlife I (.500 high school science credit per semester)
Animal Science/Fishery & Wildlife II (l.00 high school science credit per semester)
Animal Science/Vet Careers I (.500 high school science credit per semester)
Animal Science/Vet Careers II (l.00 high school science credit per semester)
College Adv. Anatomy & Physiology (l.00 high school science credit per semester)
College Biotechnology (l.00 high school science credit per semester)
Horticulture/Environmental Science (.500 high school science credit per semester)
Marine Biology (1.00 high school science credit per semester)
Nurse Aide Specialist (.500 high school science credit per semester)
Iowa Energy and Sustainability I, II (l.00 high school science credit per semester)