FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES


Course Offerings FACS Related Careers Plan of Study: Career Opportunities 4 Year Plan Postsecondary Education

Family and Consumer Science courses are designed to provide experiences and skills that students need to cope in our changing world and prepare for their adult lives. Transfer of mathematics, technology, science, reading and writing to real life situations and employment help students evaluate choices and plan for success. Students gain skills and experiences in nutritional food selection and preparation, relationships, child development, parenting, clothing and housing choices, money management and career planning.

 

Mission of Family & Consumer Science Education

The mission of Family and Consumer Sciences Education is to prepare students for family life, work life, and careers in Family and Consumer Sciences by providing opportunities to develop the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behaviors needed for:

  • Strengthening the well-being of individuals and families across the life span.
  • Becoming responsible citizens and leaders in family, community, and work settings.
  • Promoting optimal nutrition and wellness across the life span.
  • Managing resources to meet the material needs of individuals and families.
  • Balancing personal, home, family, and work lives.
  • Using critical and creative thinking skills to address problems in diverse family, community, and work environments.
  • Developing successful life management, employment, and career goals.
  • Functioning effectively as providers and consumers of goods and services.
  • Appreciating human worth and accepting responsibility for one's actions and success in family and work life.


INSTRUCTORS


Magic City Campus
Mary Gross
Karla MacIver
Karla Terrio
Central Campus
Lora Martin
Whitney Mayer
Alison Steele
Middle School

Anne Borseth
Karla Terrio
Jessica Bentz

 

 



 

 

 

 

 


 

 

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Family and Consumer Science courses are designed to provide experiences and skills that students need to cope in our changing world and prepare for their adult lives. Transfer of mathematics, technology, science, reading and writing to real life situations and employment help students evaluate choices and plan for success. Students gain skills and experiences in nutritional food selection and preparation, relationships, child development, parenting, clothing and housing choices, money management and career planning. Please select from the menu below for a more detailed description of each class.

Skills for Living
Housing and Interior Design
Creative Sewing
Foods for You
Child Development and Parenting
Relationships
Careers with Children
Fashion Trends and Textiles
Living on Your Own
Food Trends
Specialty Foods
Nutrition and Fitness
Culinary Arts
Cooperative Work Experience
 
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0801 - Skills for Living (1/2 credit): Prepare students for life on their own following high school. Topics covered are nutrition and wellness, food preparation, career exploration and decision making. Some of the labs may include cake decorating, casseroles, muffins, waffles, omelets, and calzones. An entrepreneur project in which students will prepare, market and sell a food item will be included. (open to grades 9 & 10)
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0802 - Housing and Interior Design (1/2 credit): Decorate homes with color and design. Students will coordinate and select wall, floor and window treatments and accessories. Designing a kitchen, living room and bedroom are some of the projects they will get to experience. The class projects help students explore the field of interior design while developing their creativity. (open to grades 9 & 10)
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0803 - Creative Sewing (1/2 credit): Designed for students who would like to develop sewing skills. The patterns that students select to construct will fit their needs and interests. Design elements and principles will be included as they apply to clothing selection and the construction of various projects. The computerized sewing/embroidery machines are utilized throughout this semester class. Costs will vary depending on individual student projects. (open to grades 9 & 10)
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0805 - Food for You (1/2 credit): Prepare and taste a variety of foods and learn more about food science, basic nutrition and meal planning. Students will learn how to make pizza, pasta, meats, salads, breads and pie using basic ingredients versus convenience foods. Students will gain experience in organizing, preparing food and cleaning up a kitchen. Sampling unfamiliar foods and lab experiences will make this class fun for everyone. (open to grades 9 & 10)
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0808 - Child Development and Parenting (1/2 credit): Gain a better understanding of the growth and development of children from conception through infancy and childhood. Opportunities for observing and working with children, planning activities, electronic infant care and field trips/guest speakers are included in this class. Current topics such as teen pregnancy, birth defects, child abuse, discipline and child care provide a background for parenting and other child development careers. (open to grades 10, 11, 12)
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0807 - Relationships (1/2 credit): Life’s challenges are the main focus of this course. Topics include personality development, establishing goals, communication, sexuality, sexually transmitted disease, dating, marriage, and balancing work and personal life. Coping with current social problems and family issues help students focus on decisions they will face as adults. Community speakers and resources offer interesting and current information for students. 11 & 12)
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0811 - Careers with Children (2 credits- 2 hours per day):Benefit from hands-on experience working with children in planning, organizing, and operating a nursery school while working towards the Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential. Then, gain work experience assisting day care center, kindergarten, or elementary teachers/directors in the community. Study of child development and extended laboratory experiences encourage career exploration with various levels of children. Students interested in careers including social work, teaching, child psychology, pediatrics, or day care would benefit from this class. Transportation is required. Articulation available with Dakota College toward a CDA Credential. (open to grades 11 & 12)
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0804 - Fashion Trends and Textiles (1/2 credit): Explore the world of the clothing and textile industry and discover career opportunities in this field. Students will design, create, and market an entrepreneurial project. Fashion, fads, textiles, and design, will be studied in this class. A simple construction project will also be completed. Costs will vary depending on individual student projects. Costs will vary depending on individual student projects. (open to grades 11 & 12)
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0809 - Living on Your Own (1/2 credit): Prepare yourself with skills needed to move successfully into an independent lifestyle. Students will make decisions affecting daily living such as food preparation, money management, and career planning. A focus will also be on selecting and maintaining clothing, housing and transportation, making this a necessary class for everyone. (open to grades 11 & 12)
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0817 - Food Trends (1/2 credit): Practice enhanced cooking techniques and meal management while examining the nutritional needs of the individual as related to diet and health. This course may include food trends and lifestyle options such as organic foods, vegetarian diets, and convenience foods, eating out, lactose and gluten intolerance and nutrition supplements. Lab experiences will align with and enhance the course content using a variety of foods and preparation methods. (open to grades 11 & 12)
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0806 - Specialty Foods (1/2 credit): Prepare regional and foreign foods from different parts of the world (New England, Italian, Pacific Coast/Oriental, Southern/French, Midwest, German/Scandinavian, Southwest, Spanish/Mexican). Students will broaden their food preparation knowledge as they create international dishes for special occasions. (Prerequisite- Food for You, Skills for Living, or another introductory food class) (open to grades 11 & 12)
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0812 - Nutrition and Fitness (1/2 credit): Getting into shape and eating right are two opportunities offered in this class. Field trips, speakers and food preparation along with a variety of hands-on activities will be used to explore topics such as nutritional needs, meal planning, fast food, eating disorders, decision making, stress management and personal goal setting. Students will explore career opportunities in health and wellness. (open to grades 11 & 12)
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0810 - Culinary Arts (2 credits- 2 hours per day): Train for an entry-level position in culinary arts or prepare for post-secondary training. Students will gain knowledge and skills in food preparation and service through expanded laboratory experiences. These will include operating a restaurant and on-the-job training at community business and industry sites. Students interested in careers including dietician, hospitality manager, chef and retail food service would benefits from this class. Transportation and uniforms are required. (Prerequisite- a basic foods class or food service industry experience) (open to grades 11 & 12)
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0813 - Cooperative Work Experience in Family and Consumer Sciences (1/2 credit per semester): Students employed in a Family and Consumer Science related job during the school year may receive high school credit through the Cooperative Work Experience program. The employment must be preceded by, or concurrent with, classroom instruction related to the work experience. A specific training plan will be developed with the employer for each student consistent with the student’s related classroom instruction and occupational goals. On-site visits will take place during the student’s placement. In addition to the cooperative work experience, students must be enrolled in seven classes (junior year) or six classes (senior year). (open to grades 11 & 12).
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* Summer Internships are available for incoming juniors and seniors. Contact your counselor for more information.



 


 

 


 
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FACS RELATED CAREERS.

Plan of Study

The Minot High School Family & Consumer Science Program prepares students for occupations within the Hospitality & Tourism and Human Services, Education & Training, and Arts, A/V Technology & Communications career clusters with some occupations overlapping into the Business, Management & Administration and Marketing, Sales & Service Career Clusters. Click on each cluster below to learn more.

Click here for the Minot High School Coordinated Plans of Study document that should be used in determing eligibility for the North Dakota Career & Technical Education Scholarship.



 
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Career Opportunities


People with interest, knowledge, and skills in one or more Family and Consumer Sciences content areas are employable in a wide variety of occupations. Some of the familiar careers include teacher, childcare worker, dietitian, cooperative extension, service specialist, consumer specialist in business or industry, homemaker, and parent. However, Family and Consumer Sciences skills are also used in some unexpected career areas such as:

Below is a sampling of the career opportunities related to Family & Consumer Sciences. Click on the letter of the alphabet below to find your career. For detailed information on each career, go to O*NET, type in the O*NET SOC Code, and do a related career search.



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B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z


A

O*NET SOC Code

Advertising Sales Agents

41-3011

Agricultural and Food Science Technicians

19-4011

Amusement and Recreation Attendants

39-3091

Architecture Teachers, Postsecondary

25-1031

Athletes and Sports Competitors

27-2021
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B

O*NET SOC Code

Baggage Porters and Bellhops

39-6011

Barbers

39-5011

Bartenders

35-3011
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C

O*NET SOC Code

Cashiers

41-2011

Chefs and Head Cooks

35-1011

Child Care Workers

39-9011

Child, Family, and School Social Workers

21-1021

Clergy

21-2011

Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologist

19-3031

Coaches and Scouts

27-2022

Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers, Including Fast Food

35-3021

Commercial and Industrial Designers

27-1021

Conservation Scientists

19-1031

Concierges

39-6012

Cooks, Fast Food

35-2011

Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria

35-2012

Cooks, Private Household

35-2013

Cooks, Restaurant

35-2014

Cooks, Short Order

35-2015

Costume Attendants

39-3092

Counter and Rental Clerks

41-2021

Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession, and Coffee Shop

35-3022
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D

O*NET SOC Code

Demonstrators and Product Promoters

41-9011

Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and Bartender Helpers

35-9011

Directors, Religious Activities and Education

21-2021

Dishwashers

35-9021

Door-to-Door Sales Workers, News and Street Vendors, and Related Worker

41-9091
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E

O*NET SOC Code

Economists

19-3011

Educational, Vocational, and School Counselors

21-1012

Environmental Science and Protection Technicians, Including Health

19-4091

Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health

19-2041

Epidemiologists

19-1041
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F

O*NET SOC Code

Fashion Designers

27-1022

First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Food Preparation and Serving Workers

35-1012

First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Housekeeping and Janitorial Worker

37-1011

First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Landscaping, Lawn Service, and Groundskeeping Workers

37-1012

First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Non-Retail Sales Workers

41-1012

First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Personal Service Workers

39-1021

First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Retail Sales Workers

41-1011

Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors

39-9031

Flight Attendants

39-6031

Floral Designers

27-1023

Food Preparation Workers

35-2021

Food Scientists and Technologist

19-1012

Food Servers, Non Restaurant

35-3041

Funeral Attendants

39-4021
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G

O*NET SOC Code

Gaming Change Persons and Booth Cashiers

41-2012

Graphic Designers

27-1024
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H

O*NET SOC Code

Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists

39-5012

Health Educators

21-1091

Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary

25-1071

Home Economics Teachers, Postsecondary

25-1192

Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee Shop

35-9031
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I

O*NET SOC Code

Industrial-Organizational Psychologists

19-3032

Insurance Sales Agents

41-3021

Interior Designers

27-1025
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J - K - L

O*NET SOC Code

Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners

37-2011

Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special Education

25-2012

Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers

37-3011

Locker Room, Coatroom, and Dressing Room Attendants

39-3093
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M - N

O*NET SOC Code

Makeup Artists, Theatrical and Performance

39-5091

Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners

37-2012

Manicurists and Pedicurists

39-5092

Market Research Analysts

19-3021

Marriage and Family Therapists

21-1013

Medical and Public Health Social Workers

21-1022

Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists

19-1042

Mental Health Counselors

21-1014

Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers

21-1023

Merchandise Displayers and Window Trimmers

27-1026

Microbiologists

19-1022

Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Vocational Education

25-2022

Models

41-9012

Motion Picture Projectionists

39-3021

Nursing Instructors and Teachers, Postsecondary

25-1072
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P

O*NET SOC Code

Parts Salespersons

41-2022

Personal and Home Care Aides

39-9021

Philosophy and Religion Teachers, Postsecondary

25-1126

Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education

25-2011

Probation Officers and Correctional Treatment Specialists

21-1092

Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary

25-1066

Public Relations Specialists

27-3031
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R

O*NET SOC Code

Real Estate Brokers

41-9021

Real Estate Sales Agents

41-9022

Recreation and Fitness Studies Teachers, Postsecondary

25-1193

Recreation Workers

39-9032

Rehabilitation Counselors

21-1015

Residential Advisors

39-9041

Retail Salespersons

41-2031
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S

O*NET SOC Code

Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Except Technical and Scientific Products

41-4012

Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific Products

41-4011

Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Vocational Education

25-2031

Set and Exhibit Designers

27-1027

Shampooers

39-5093

Skin Care Specialists

39-5094

Social and Human Service Assistants

21-1093

Social Science Research Assistants

19-4061

Social Work Teachers, Postsecondary

25-1113

Sociologists

19-3041

Sociology Teachers, Postsecondary

25-1067

Special Education Teachers, Middle School

25-2042

Special Education Teachers, Preschool, Kindergarten, and Elementary School

25-2041

Special Education Teachers, Secondary School

25-2043

Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors

21-1011
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T

O*NET SOC Code

Teacher Assistants

25-9041

Telemarketers

41-9041

Tour Guides and Escorts

39-6021

Transportation Attendants, Except Flight Attendants and Baggage Porters

39-6032

Travel Agents

41-3041

Travel Guides

39-6022
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U - V - W - Z

O*NET SOC Code

Urban and Regional Planners

19-3051

Ushers, Lobby Attendants, and Ticket Takers

39-3031

Vocational Education Teachers, Middle School

25-2023

Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary

25-1194

Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School

25-2032

Waiters and Waitresses

35-3031

Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists

19-1023
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ADDITIONAL CAREER TITLES
Without O*NET SOC Codes

Apparel Pattern maker
Adult Education Teacher
Advertising Manager
Aquaculturalist
Artist
Athletic Shoe Designer
Brand Manager
Bodybuilder
Biosystems Engineer
Bread and Pastry Baker
Butcher and Meat Cutter
Cardiologist
Clinical Psychologist
Cannery Worker
Carpet Installer
Certified Management Accountant
Chemical Technician- Technologist
Chief Privacy Officer
Chinese Medicine Practitioner
Clinical Research Physician
Collection Clerk
Commercial and Industrial Designer
Commercial Art Director
Copywriter
Cost Estimator
Counseling Psychologist
Custom Tailor
Dietitian/Nutritionist
Dolphin Researcher
Educational Psychologist
Elementary School Teacher
Environment Accountant
Environmental Engineer
Facility Manager
Family and Consumer Sciences Teacher
Farm and Home Management Advisor
Fashion designer
Fast-Food Cook
Floral Designer/Florist
Food Counter Worker
Food Services Manager
Forensic Anthropologist
Forestry Technician
Funeral Director Mortician
Garment Sewing Machine Operator
General Manager/Chief Executive
Geneticist
Geologist
Graphic Designer
Hand Painting, Coating and Decorating Worker
Hand Presser
Health Physicist
Heating and Cooling Technician
High School Teacher
Hotel/Motel Manager
Institutional Housekeeper Sensory Analyst
Institutional or Cafeteria Cook
Instructional Coordinator
Kitchen Helper/Dishwasher
Laundry and Dry-cleaning Machine Operator
Librarian

Library Assistant
Library Technician
Management Analyst
Manufacturing Backer
Marketing Manager
Marine Chemist
Marine Mammal Scientist
Mathematician
Meat, Poultry and Fish Cutter
Medical and Psychiatric Social Worker
Medical Information
Merchandise Displacer
Nontechnical Sales Representative
Oceanographer
Oncologist
Packaging Engineer Orchardist
Painter
Paperhanger
Parapsychologist
Parole and Probation Officer
Pathology Assistant
Pedigree Analyst
Photomicrographer
Poultry Farmer
Pressing Machine Operator
Principal
Private Household Child Care Worker
Private Household Housekeeper
Psychologist
Public Health Educator
Radio-Frequency Engineer
Recreation Facilities Manager
Regulatory Affairs Associate
Reporter
Research Coordinator
Residential Counselor
Restaurant Attendant
Restaurant Cook
Retail Sales Manager/Supervisor
Sales Manager
School/Vocational/Career Counselor
Set Designer
Shoe Maker/Leather Worker
Short Order Cook
Slaughterer and Meat Packer
Social Services Manager
Social Service Technician (Human Service Worker)
Social Worker
Soil Scientist
Technical Writer
Textile Color Chemist
Textile Draw-out Machine Operator
Textile Machine Operator
Textile Machine Setter
Upholsterer
Virologist
Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor
Wetlands Expert
Winemaker
Writer
Wood Products Industry Quality Control Supervisor

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Four Year Plan


Below is a suggested four year plan for students wanting to enter a family & consumer science career pathway or related field:

Subject 9th Grade
10th Grade
11th Grade
12th Grade
Math
Algebra
(1 credit)
Geometry
(1 credit)
Algebra II or Advanced Math
(1 credit) (Suggested to meet university entrance requirements)
Advanced Math, Pre-Calculus, AP Calculus Prep, AP Calculus,
College Algebra,
Probability &
Statistics (1 credit) (suggested electives for students who want to pursue a 4 year degree or higher)  --
Language
Arts
Grade 9 Language Arts (1 credit)
Grade 10 Language Arts
(1 credit)
Grade 11 Language Arts (1 credit)

Speech or Debate and an Elective (1/2 credit each)

Consider Creative Writing or AP English

Science
Physical Science
I & II (1 credit)
Biology I & II
(1 credit)
General Chemistry
(1 credit) (suggested science for students planning to earn a 4 year college degree in Family Consumer Science or related field)
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Social Studies

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World History
I & II (1 credit)
U.S. History I & II (1 credit)
Sociology (1/2 credit)

Psychology (1/2 credit)

Social Studies Elective (1/2 credit)

American Government (1/2 credit)

Economics (1/2 credit)

Physical Education

Physical Education
(1/2 credit)

Personal Health & Safety (1/2 credit)

Physical Education Electives
(1/2 credit each)
Physical Education Electives (1/4 credit each)
Physical Education Electives
(1/4 credit each)
Drivers Education
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Driver & Traffic Safety Education (Elective)
(1/2 credit)

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Foreign Language

No college in North Dakota requires Foreign Language, but many out-of-state colleges do. It is suggested that students take two years of a Foreign Language if they plan on going to college out of state to earn a 4 year degree.

Foreign Language I
(1 credit)  

Foreign Language I
(1 credit)  

Foreign Language II
(1 credit)

Foreign Language I
(1 credit)  

Foreign Language II
(1 credit)

Foreign Language I
(1 credit)  

Foreign Language II
(1 credit)

 

Electives

Please Note: You can choose courses listed from the previous year if you didn't get a chance to take that course.

Skills for Living
(1/2 credit)

Creative Sewing
(1/2 credit)

Housing and Interior Design (1/2 credit)

Word Processing
(1/2 credit)

Introduction to Computer Applications (1/2 credit)

Creative Sewing
(1/2 credit)

Food for You (1/2 credit)

Child Development and Parenting (1/2 credit)

Animal Care (1/2 credit)

Relationships (1/2 credit)

Careers with Children
(2 credits) (suggested elective for students wanting to pursue a career in social work, child psychology, pediatrics, or day care)

Nutrition and fitness
(1/2 credit)

Advanced Computer Applications MS Word/PowerPoint
(1/2 credit )

Advanced Computer Applications - MS Excel (1/2 credit )

Food Trends (1/2 credit)

Living on Your Own
(1/2 credit) 

Specialty Foods
(1/2 credit

Fashion Trends and Textiles (1/2 credit)

Culinary Arts (2 credits) (suggested for students that want to pursue a career as a dietitian) 

Cooperative Work Experience in Family and Consumer Sciences (1/2 credit per semester)

 

 

Class Periods
7 periods a day
7 periods a day

6 periods a day & PE twice weekly for the 7th Period

6 periods a day & PE twice weekly for the 7th Period


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Postsecondary Education

FACS RELATED PROGRAMS

NORTH DAKOTA COLLEGES:
Bismarck State College
Cankdeska Cikana Community College (Fort Totten
Dakota College at Bottineau
Dickinson State University
HQ Academy of Hair Design (Minot)
Jamestown Styling Academy
Josefs School of Hair Design (Fargo)
JZ Trend Academy (Bismarck)
Lake Region State College
Mayville State University
Minot State University
Moler Barber College (Fargo)
North Dakota State College of Science
North Dakota State University
Nueta Hidatsa Sahnish College
Sitting Bull College Fort Yates
SR Rosland Gefre's School of Professional Message (Fargo)
Trinity Bible College (Ellendale)
Turtle Mountain Community College (Belcourt)
United Tribes Technical College (Bismarck)
University of Jamestown
University of Mary
University of North Dakota
Valley City State University
Williston State College
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  • Education & Training
    • Elementary Education*
    • Physical Education*
    • Exercise Science
    • General Studies
    • Business Administration (with tracks in Information Science and Marketing)

    *Education Degrees are completed through an articulation agreement with Valley City State University. Education majors will receive their degree through Valley City State University, and Biblical Studies degree through Trinity Bible College & Graduate School.

  • Human Services
    • Biblical Studies
    • Children’s Ministry
    • Intercultural Studies
    • Pastoral Ministry
    • Worship Ministry
    • Youth Ministry

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States' Career Clusters

Career Clusters provide a way for schools to organize instruction and student experiences around sixteen broad categories that encompass virtually all occupations from entry through professional levels. Click here to take a survey to identify your number one career cluster. Click here to visit the States' Career Clusters Website.

If you click on your Career Cluster link below, you will get more detailed information about the cluster. If you click the Job List link for your cluster, you will get a detailed list of jobs within the cluster. To print a Plan of Study for your cluster, click either the Microsoft Word symbol or the PDF symbol. To play the Jeopardy Game for your Career Cluster, click the PowerPoint link. (If you are using PowerPoint version 2003, it works best to just open the game). If you are using an older or advanced version of PowerPoint, it is best to download the Zip folder. Click one of the following for Zip Download Instructions: Internet Explorer or Firefox

 

CAREER CLUSTER
Job List
Jeopardy Game
Plan of Study
Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources
Architecture & Construction
Arts, A/V Technology & Communications
Business, Management & Administration
Education & Training
Finance
Government & Public Administration
Health Science
Hospitality & Tourism
Human Services
Information Technology
Law, Public Safety & Security
Manufacturing
Marketing, Sales & Service
Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics
Transportation, Distribution & Logistics

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Web Sites With Additional Information


American Association for Family & Consumer Sciences

Association for Career and Technical Education

Family, Career & Community Leaders of America

Minot Public Schools Career Development Program

North Dakota State Board for Career & Technical Education

Skills USA Career & Technical Education Website

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