Career Pathways Programs of Study
Curriculum Standards


A Career Pathways Program of Study is a sequence of rigorous academic and Career Technical Education (CTE) courses commencing in the 9th grade (or sometimes earlier) leading to an associate degree, an industry-recognized certificate or licensure.
By following the recommended coursework in a Program of Study, students make a smooth transition between high school and college or technical center, and have opportunities to earn college or technical center credits for work completed in high school through dual enrollment or articulation agreements. Programs of study are updated as curriculum standards, dual enrollment courses and articulation agreements change.


Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources

Veterinary Assisting --- NEW


Architecture & Construction

Building Construction Technologies

Building Trades and Construction Design Technologies  --- NEW



Arts, A/V Technology & Communication

Interior Design Services


Business, Management & Administration


Accounting Applications --- NEW


Education & Training

Early Childhood Education


Engineering & Technology Education


Applied Engineering Technology





Health Science

Emergency Responder
Allied Health Assisting
Vision Care Assisting



Hospitality & Tourism

Culinary Arts --- NEW
Lodging Operations


Information Technology

Business Computer Programming
Database and Programming Essentials
Digital Media/Multimedia Design
Network Support Services
Technology Support Services


Law, Public Safety & Security

Criminal Justice Operations --- NEW



Electronic Technology


Marketing, Sales & Service

Sports, Recreation and Entertainment Marketing


Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)

Applied Engineering Technology


Transportation, Distribution & Logistics

Aircraft, Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic