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    Course Codes  and 

    Clearing Endorsements  (Formerly called Appendix D) 

         

    2018‐2019   

    Version 9.1.0  May 9, 2018  

         

    Nebraska Department of Education 

  • COURSE CODES AND CLEARING ENDORSEMENTS

    Revised May 2018

    GENERAL INFORMATION Nebraska approval regulations (Rule 14) and accreditation regulations (Rule 10) require that certain percentages of F.T.E. (Full Time Equivalency) elementary and middle grade teachers hold appropriate endorsements and that certain percentages of instructional units at the secondary grades be assigned to teachers holding appropriate endorsements. For teachers to be considered appropriately endorsed for their assignments, they must teach the grade levels indicated on their certificate. The grade level designations are shown on the following chart. Certificate/Endorsement Level

    LEVEL Appropriate for the following grades 00 PK 01 Pre Primary – 3 all schools 02 K-6 03 K-8 04 7-9 05 K-9 06 7-12 07 K-12 08 9-12 09 4-9 This level will be phased out over

    time. See level 22 (5-9) below.

    10 B-12 11 B-K 12 B-3 13 PK-6 14 PK-8 15 PK-12 16 10-12 17 PK-9 18 6-12 19 B-21 20 PK-3 21 B-PK 22 5-9

  • COURSE CODES AND CLEARING ENDORSEMENTS

    Revised May 2018

    The following pages show courses or subjects taught in Nebraska schools and the appropriate endorsements for those subjects or courses. In instances where no specific endorsement is required, the “level” of endorsement must still be appropriate for the assignment. The following items describe special cases or circumstances. Middle Grades: 1) When grades five through eight are designated as middle grades, either an elementary

    or a middle level endorsement is appropriate. 2) A middle level endorsement clears any subject area and course code for grades 5-9. 3) For grades seven and eight, a middle level endorsement or an appropriate secondary

    endorsement is appropriate. 4) Teachers holding an elementary endorsement may teach in grades seven and eight if

    they acquire six credit hours per year towards a middle level endorsement or if they participate in staff development in accordance with a local mission or plan for education of middle grade students.

    5) Teachers holding a content area endorsement at the secondary level may teach grade

    six in that content area if they acquire six credit hours per year toward the elementary or middle level endorsement or participate in staff development in accordance with a local mission and plan for education of middle grade students.

    6) When grade nine is designated as a middle grade, an appropriate secondary

    endorsement or a middle level endorsement covers a ninth-grade teaching assignment. 7) Secondary teachers may be assigned to integrated courses or curriculum in grades

    seven through nine if they hold an endorsement for any of the subjects or fields included in the course. See 10.007.02A2A

    8) Teachers not holding an appropriate endorsement may be assigned to the middle

    grades if they acquire six credit hours per year towards a middle level endorsement. Secondary Grades: 9) In secondary grades, teachers assigned to integrated courses or curriculum are

    considered appropriately endorsed if they hold an endorsement for any of the subjects or fields included in the course.

    10) Course descriptions in this manual shown for grades 10, 11, and 12 are intended to describe higher level courses. If, however, the course is taught at a 9th grade level, the appropriate middle level endorsement will cover the assignment. Elementary Grades:

    11) An elementary endorsement is appropriate for courses taught in grades K-8.

  • Table of Contents

    AGRICULTURE, FOOD AND NATURAL RESOURCES

    INTRODUCTION TO AG, FOOD & NATURAL RESOURCES 1011000 ANIMAL SCIENCE 1011004 LARGE ANIMAL MANAGEMENT 1011005 SMALL ANIMAL MANAGEMENT 2011006 PLANT SCIENCE 2011007 CROP MANAGEMENT/AGRONOMY 2011008 AGRIBUSINESS 3011009 AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 3011010 AGRICULTURAL SALES & COMMUNICATIONS 3011011 MS INTRODUCTION TO AG, FOOD & NATURAL RESOURCES 4011012 VETERINARY SCIENCE 4011015 NURSERY AND LANDSCAPE 4012001 FLORICULTURE 5012002 AGRICULTURE BIOTECHNOLOGY 5012004 AGRIBUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP 5012005 ENVIRONMENTAL AND NATURAL RESOURCES 6013000 WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT 6013001 ENVIRONMENTAL AND NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT 6013002 FOOD SCIENCE AND SAFETY 7014000 FOOD PRODUCTS AND TECHNOLOGY 7014001 POWER, STRUCTURAL AND TECHNICAL FOUNDATIONS 7016000 POWER, STRUCTURAL AND TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS 8016003 WELDING 8016004 METALS AND FABRICATION 8016005 PRECISION AGRICULTURE AND ENGINEERING 9016006 AGRICULTURAL LEADERSHIP AND CAREER READINESS 9017000 CAREERS AND LITERACY OF AGRICULTURE 9018002 CASE INTRODUCTION TO AGRICULTURE, FOOD & NATURAL RESOURCES 10018060 CASE PLANT SCIENCE 10018061 CASE ANIMAL SCIENCE 10018062 CASE ANIMAL & PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY 11018063 CASE NATURAL RESOURCES AND ECOLOGY 11018064 CASE FOOD SCIENCE AND SAFETY 11018065 CASE AGRICULTURAL POWER AND TECHNOLOGY 12018066 FNS - FOOD PRODUCTION, NUTRITION, AND HEALTH 12018080 FNS - FOOD SCIENCE 12018081 FNS - NUTRITION SCIENCE 13018082 AGRICULTURE, FOOD AND NATURAL RESOURCES, OTHER 13019930 AGRICULTURE, FOOD AND NATURAL RESOURCES, OTHER 13019931 AGRICULTURE, FOOD AND NATURAL RESOURCES, OTHER 14019932 AGRICULTURE, FOOD AND NATURAL RESOURCES, OTHER 14019933 AGRICULTURE, FOOD AND NATURAL RESOURCES, OTHER 14019934

    BUSINESS, MARKETING AND MANAGEMENT

    ACCOUNTING 15030300 ACCOUNTING, ADVANCED 15030301 COLLEGE PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING 15030302 COLLEGE PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II 16030303 BUSINESS COMMUNICATION 16030600 FINANCIAL PLANNING 16030801 INSURANCE 17030802 FINANCIAL SERVICES 17030803 COLLEGE FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCIAL PLANNING 17030804 BUSINESS LAW 18030900 COLLEGE BUSINESS LAW 18030901

  • BUSINESS ECONOMICS 19031800 BUSNESS STRATEGIES 19031805 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS, MARKETING & MGMT 20032300 EXPLORATION OF BUSINESS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP 20032350 ENTREPRENEURSHIP 20032370 COLLEGE INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS 21032400 COLLEGE INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP 21032600 COLLEGE ENTREPRENEURSHP FEASIBILITY STUDY 21032601 COLLEGE ENTREPRENEURSHIP LEGAL ISSUES 22032602 COLLEGE MARKETING FOR THE ENTREPRENEUR 22032603 COLLEGE ENTREPRENEURSHIP FINANCIAL TOPICS 22032604 COLLEGE ENTREPRENEURSHIP BUSINESS PLAN 23032605 MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP 23032802 COLLEGE PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT 23032803 PERSONAL FINANCE 24033000 PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE 24033001 COLLEGE WEALTH BUILDING & FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 25033002 COLLEGE INTERNATIONAL FINANCE 25033003 COLLEGE INTRODUCTION TO INVESTMENT 25033004 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY 26033422 KEYBOARDING APPLICATIONS 26033501 BUSINESS IN A GLOBAL ECONOMY 27034100 MARKETING 27038100 MARKETING MANAGEMENT 27038101 ADVANCED MARKETING 28038200 COLLEGE PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING 28038201 ADVANCED PLACEMENT MACROECONOMICS 28038500 ADVANCED PLACEMENT MICROECONOMICS 29038501 COLLEGE MACROECONOMICS 29038502 COLLEGE MICROECONOMICS 30038503 BUSINESS, MARKETING AND MANAGEMENT, OTHER 30039930 BUSINESS, MARKETING AND MANAGEMENT, OTHER 30039931 BUSINESS, MARKETING AND MANAGEMENT, OTHER 31039932 BUSINESS, MARKETING AND MANAGEMENT, OTHER 31039933 BUSINESS, MARKETING AND MANAGEMENT, OTHER 31039934

    CAREER EDUCATION FOUNDATIONAL AND SPECIALTY

    MIDDLE SCHOOL CAREER DEVELOPMENT 32320100 HIGH SCHOOL CAREER DEVELOPMENT 32320101 ENGAGE! CAREER EXPLORATION AND READINESS 33320300 FUNDAMENTALS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP 33320600 OTHER WORK-BASED LEARNING CLASS 34320700 OTHER WORK-BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCE 34320701 AFNR WORK-BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCE 34320702 ARCH & CONST WORK-BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCE 35320703 ARTS, AV & COM WORK-BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCE 35320704 BUSINESS MGMT WORK-BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCE 35320705 ED & TRAIN WORK-BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCE 36320706 ENERGY & ENG WORK-BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCE 36320707 FINANCE WORK-BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCE 36320708 GOVT, PUBLIC ADMIN WORK-BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCE 37320709 HEALTH SCIENCE WORK-BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCE 37320710 HOSPITALITY & TOURISM WORK-BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCE 37320711 HUMAN SERVICES/FACS WORK-BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCE 38320712 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY WORK-BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCE 38320713 LAW, PUBLIC SAFETY WORK-BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCE 38320714 MANUFACTURING WORK-BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCE 39320715 MARKETING WORK-BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCE 39320716 TRANSPORTATION WORK-BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCE 39320717 ENGLISH/LANGUAGE ARTS WORK-BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCE 40320718

  • MATHEMATICS WORK-BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCE 40320719 SCIENCE WORK-BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCE 40320720 SOCIAL STUDIES WORK-BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCE 41320721 REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP CLASS 41320722 REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP WORK 41320723 CAREER ED FOUNDATIONAL & SPECIALTY, OTHER 42329930 CAREER ED FOUNDATIONAL & SPECIALTY, OTHER 42329931 CAREER ED FOUNDATIONAL & SPECIALTY, OTHER 43329932 CAREER ED FOUNDATIONAL & SPECIALTY, OTHER 43329933 CAREER ED FOUNDATIONAL & SPECIALTY, OTHER 44329934

    COMMUNICATION & INFORMATION SYSTEMS

    PROGRAMMING I 45270401 PROGRAMMING II 45270402 PROGRAMMING III 45270403 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE & WEB DESIGN 46270410 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE 46270411 INTRODUCTION TO WEB DESIGN 46270412 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS I 47270501 INFORMA