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Course Information

OCAS Subject Codes

All CareerTech OCAS codes and update information 


OCAS Code - Oklahoma Cost Accounting System: Codes defined by the State Department of Edu­cation that are used by schools to account for the expenditure of funds. These codes are also used to identify courses taken by students at the high school and technology center.

SDE OCAS Codes (scroll to find the title Documents then click subject codes )

Courses Descriptions

Course Descriptions Guide

Sequence of Courses (Technology Center)

STEM Sequence of Courses

Testing Guide

STEM Testing Guide

Career Clusters

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Capstone Courses

Oklahoma Career and Technology Education defines capstone as the final course within a CTE program of study which has a minimum course equivalency of 360 hours of instruction, including the capstone course. The project-based capstone prepares students for an industry credential and provides relevant technical skill training and mentorship or work experience.

  • 8716 Engineering Design & Development
  • 8719 Biomedical Innovation
  • 8705 STEM Capstone

Electronic Transcript Platform

The Oklahoma e-Transcript Initiative allows technology centers, school districts, colleges and universities to electronically exchange academic transcripts and data. Students will be able to include industry credentials, concurrent enrollment and certifications on their transcripts, which can be requested, verified and shared through one online platform.

More information about the e-transcript system is available on the Oklahoma Edge Website.

Oklahoma's Promise

High School Curriculum Guidelines (Oklahoma's Promise) - Scroll to bottom for CareerTech Courses

Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program

Oklahoma State Graduation Requirements

Oklahoma State Department of Education Graduation Requirements

Oklahoma Academic Standards

State Standards

Math Standards

Science Standards

AP Information

AP Activation Codes

College Board made changes the 2019-20 school year. These changes help teachers create a classroom culture where students are committed and engaged. August 1st, AP Coordinators should receive the access code for your high school to begin the activation process. If you did not receive this access code, please call AP Services for Educators at 877.274.6474.

Course and Exam Description Resources

AP Resource Library

AP College Board Timeline

College Board Courses and Exams

AP Coordinators

APC Coordinator Learning Opportunities - Learning and training opportunities are available throughout the year for AP coordinators.

Counselors Page

Counselors Workshops - Participants will receive updates on College Board programs, as well as tools, tips, and resources designed to make it easier to clear a path to college and career success for your students.

State Department of Education Fee Assistance Information

Cost of an AP Course - Use these estimates to get a general idea of the costs required to launch an AP course. Your actual costs will depend on factors such as location, class size, existing resources, etc.

AP Summer Institute

Additional Information on dates and location
Registration opens in February.

College Board Scholarship

The College Board's AP Fellows is a competitive grant program that provides AP Summer Institute (APSI) scholarships to teachers at high schools serving minority or low-income students who have been traditionally underrepresented in AP courses. Deadline February

College Board Scholarship

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