Course Sequence Roadmaps

Roadmaps have been built for sequences of courses offered through Idaho Digital Learning Alliance that lead students to an industry certificate, align with a specific program of study at an Idaho college or university, or a full Associates Degree program at an Idaho college or university. Students interested in one of these opportunities should work with their counselor to build the roadmap into their course plan. This will ensure they can complete courses in the appropriate sequence.

Visit the Course Catalog for course descriptions and schedule.

Dual Credit Education

The Dual Credit Education roadmap is a sequence of courses for students interested in working in the education field. Students progressing through this sequence of courses will learn about topics such as the historical background on the U.S. educational system, relationships between school, family, and the community, and developmental characteristics of learners at all grade levels. Students completing the full sequence will earn 10 university credits towards an Idaho State University education degree.

This course sequence is supported by a partnership between IDLA and Idaho State University. Courses are articulated for dual credit, enabling students to earn both high school and university credit through the same course. Information about course registration and use of Fast Forward funds available through the State Department of Education can be found on the Advanced Opportunities page.

Course Sequence:

  • Dual Credit  Foundations of American Education
  • Dual Credit Families, Communities, and Culture
  • Dual Credit Development and Individual Differences
  • Dual Credit Education Field Practicum

Advanced Placement Computer Science

The Advanced Placement Computer Science Roadmap is for those students interested in the broader field of Computer Science. Students following this roadmap will learn about the various aspects of computer science. They will also have the opportunity to qualify for college credit, based on their Advanced Placement (AP) Exam score for AP Computer Science Principles and AP Computer Science.

Students enrolled in each course will have the opportunity to complete the AP Exam for the course in the spring. Students should work with the counselor at their home high school to request the exam and take the exam on each designated day in the spring. For more information about the AP Exam, please see the College Board website: https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/  Additionally, students can request the use of Fast Forward funds to cover the cost of the AP Exam.

Course Sequence:

  • Exploring Computer Science
  • Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles A – Undergoing revisions and currently not available
  • Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles B – Undergoing revisions and currently not available
  • Advanced Placement Computer Science A
  • Advanced Placement Computer Science B

Dual Credit Web Development

The Dual Credit (DC) Web Development Roadmap is for those students interested in organizational web design, development, and management. Students following this roadmap will have the opportunity to complete two courses that articulate into the AAS Web Design & Development and BAS Web Design & Development degree programs at Lewis-Clark State College. Students choosing to continue on this roadmap after high school would be able to complete the AAS degree program through LCSC entirely online, on campus, or through a mix of the two.  

Students enrolled in DC Web Development I and DC Web Development II will also need to enroll as a dual credit student through Lewis-Clark State College in order to earn the university credit. More information on dual credit registration can be found on the Advanced Opportunities page of the Idaho Digital Learning website: https://www.idahodigitallearning.org/students-parents/advanced-opportunities/

Course Sequence:

  • Exploring Computer Science
  • Dual Credit Web Development I
  • Dual Credit Web Development II