Foundations in Family & Consumer Sciences
Course Number: F401111
Course Length: 1 semester/quarter/tri
In this course students will explore Family and Consumer Sciences careers in three pathways: Fashion and Interior Design; Food Service and Nutrition; and Family and Human Services. They will learn about various careers, select and research a career, research various postsecondary options, and learn basic skills for career readiness such as writing resumes and cover letters, public speaking, and creating PowerPoint presentations. Students will learn from
speakers from post-secondary institutions, professionals from the community, direct instruction from the teacher, individualized research, and interviews.Hospitality, Tourism and Recreation Marketing
Course number: F404111
Course Length: 1 semester/quarter
This course is designed to give students an opportunity to study/develop business skills. Curriculum with hands-on learning opportunities affords students the ability to handle evolving concepts and techniques used in the careers in the hospitality, tourism, and restaurant and service management fields. Hospitality management curriculum covers the basics of management, computing, accounting, marketing, food service, personnel management and ProStart program training. Students earning a B or better can earn college credit.
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Any institution of higher education that awards a degree or credential post-high school graduation. This includes, but is not limited to, universities, community colleges, trade schools and more.
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