Program of Study
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Program of Study through 2010
CAREER CLUSTERS AND CAREER MAJORS
Program of Study Descriptors
There are six career clusters (Arts and Humanities, Business/Marketing, Engineering/Technical, Health Services, Human Services, and Science/Natural Resources), each with individual career major areas. The breakdown in these categories assist the student in ascertaining career goals and the training/educational requirements that are necessary. Students seeking employment directly out of high school would focus on the Entry level; those seeking further training beyond high school would focus on the Skilled level; and those seeking 4-year degrees and beyond would focus on the Professional level courses of study.
Recommended Math Course Sequence
Recommended course of study in math for grades 7-12 that will allow for completion of all possible requirements for future courses of study in post secondary education.
EachCareer Clusterwill help you in selecting your career options as you consider
the things you like to do, things you are able to do, possible physical requirement and opportunities for experience in each career cluster.
Various careers are listed under each career major. From the selection of a major course of study, the student is able to refer to the Program of Study chart regarding that career major in selecting appropriate courses of study for grades 9-12.
Program of Study
TheProgram of Study is designed to give the best possible sequencing of high school courses for completion of requirements and recommended electives for their career major. The student should refer to the Program of Study chart which pertains to his/her career goal to select an appropriate course of study to achieve career success.
- P = Professional Level Careers - 4 Year College
- S = Skilled Level Careers - Technical Preparation (post secondary less than 2 year associate degree) and TPAD (2 year associate degree)
- E = Entry Level Careers - Technical Certificate