MMSD Career pathways are a series of connected education, experiential learning, and support strategies aimed at helping students personalize and achieve their own educational and career goals.
The Transportation/Auto Program of Study offers a sequence of courses specifically designed to prepare students for employment and postsecondary options in transportation operations, transportation systems, infrastructure planning, warehousing and distribution center operations, and other related industries.
The earlier a student begins this sequence, the more opportunities students will have to explore fully the educational and community options available. Course fees may vary at the high schools.
- Outdoor Power Equipment Technology
- Automotive Technology 1
- Automotive Technology 2
- Automotive Technology 3
- Automotive Technology 4
Early College/Dual Credit Opportunities
- Wood Fabrication 4, Madison College
- Computer Hardware and Software Essentials
- Basic Arc Welding (SMAW)
- Fabrication 1
- Fundamentals of Construction
- Gas Metal Arc Welding
- Interpreting Engineering Drawings
- Shielded Metal Arc Welding
- Woodworking 1A: Machinery & Methods
- Gas Metal Arc Welding
- Machine Tool
Career & Technical Student Organizations
SkillsUSA - The competitions that students participate in are directly related to classroom curriculum.
Industry Certificates For High School Students
- AYES (Automotive Youth Educational Systems) / ASE (Automotive Service Excellence)
- SP/2 (Safety and Pollution Prevention)
- Coop Skill Certificates
- Wisconsin Youth Leadership Certificate
- Wisconsin Employability Skills Certificate
Explore options in Electric Engineering Technology, Architecture, Construction, Civil Engineering Technology, Fabrication Technologies, Automation Systems Technology, Electro-Mechanical Technology, Electrical Engineering Technology, Quality and Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Supply Chain & Operations Management, Air Force Aerospace Studies, Environmental Engineering and others
MMSD Graduation Requirements
Students need 22 credits to earn their diplomas. In addition, students need to pass the State of Wisconsin Civics Exam.
- English: 4 credits
- Math: 3 credits
- Social Studies: 3 credits
- Science: 3 credits
- Physical Education: 1.5 credits
- Health: .5 credits
- Financial Literacy: Complete a course
- Humanities: 1 credit
- Civics Exam: Must Pass
Xello - MMSD Career Exploration Platform
As an MMSD student, you can explore all the six career paths (2 & 4 Year College, Apprenticeship, Job Training, Job/Employment, Military, and Gap Year) through Xello. Create an account today and find out which path is right for you!
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