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Human Services

About Human Services

This Career Cluster prepares individuals for employment in career pathways related to families and human needs.

Based on the latest statistics, more than 7.2 million people are employed in human services occupations. Faster than average employment growth, coupled with high turnover, should create numerous employment opportunities.

Consultant:Deborah Thompson, MA

2014-15 Offerings

Program of Study

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Childhood Development Services

Early Childhood Education
Careers I

Early Childhood Education
Careers II

Early Childhood Education
Careers III

Early Childhood Education
Careers IV

Social Health Services

Introduction to Human Studies

Lifespan Development

Family Studies

Human Services Practicum
-and/or-
Psychology

Dietetics and Nutrition

Introduction to Human Studies

Nutrition Across the Lifespan

Nutrition Science and Diet Therapy2

Human Services Practicum
-and/or-
Psychology

Cosmetology

Principles of Cosmetology

Design Principles of Cosmetology

Chemistry of Cosmetology

Entrepreneurship1

Barbering

Barbering I

Barbering II

Barbering III

Entrepreneurship1

1 Satisfies ½ credit of Economics required for graduation.
2 Satisfies one lab science credit required for graduation.
Available courses for elective credit in this cluster: Personal Finance

 

CTE Standards Revisions: Phase II Resources for 2014-15