Curriculum Overview

  • TECHNICAL ACADEMIES, PROGRAMS, AND COURSES

    Students attending MTI will have the opportunity to earn impressive national certifications, scholarship money and college credits through our Gold Seal programs. Working closely with Business Advisory Councils composed of local industry leaders, students will participate in work-based learning experiences and “hands-on” training activities while attending MTI.

     

    CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS – MTI ACADEMIES (ELECTIVE CLASSES)

    Students may earn the REQUIRED Practical Arts credit for graduation upon completion of any of the Career and Technical Education courses listed in this section. Designated Career and Technical Education courses may be used to satisfy the Fine Arts Graduation Credit.

     

    STUDENTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO PURCHASE PARTICULAR UNIFORMS, MATERIALS, OR EQUIPMENT AS REQUIRED BY THEIR ACADEMY)

     

    MAJOR: BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION

    • Business & Finance Academy
    • Information Technology Academy

     

    MAJOR: INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION

    • Automotive Service Technology (Automotive Academy)
    • Building Construction Technology (Building Sciences Academy)
    • Culinary Arts and Baking (Culinary Academy)

     

    CAREER ACADEMY (100% DUAL-ENROLLMENT AT CF)

    Students enrolled in the CF Career Academy must demonstrate readiness for college-level coursework to be admitted into the College of Central Florida’s high school dual enrollment program. To satisfy this requirement, students must pass a minimum of two corresponding sections of the ACT, SAT or PERT (Reading and Writing) or (Algebra and Arithmetic). Students shall be permitted to take courses within their program of study, as well as other college level courses for which they have met the prerequisites and/or minimum test scores. Eligible test scores must be no more than two years old on the first day of classes in which the dual enrollment students are enrolling. Applicants for the Career Academy must also have a minimum cumulative high school GPA of 2.0 on a four-point scale. MTI students interested in applying for the CF Career Academy must have taken the PERT prior to submitting an application to Keri Bowman, Career Academy Coordinator at MTI.