Program Competencies

Program competencies are developed through a collaboration between education and industry and reflect what a student should know and be able to do within a specified scope of a career field. Students demonstrate the acquisition of these competencies through an array of assessments occurring throughout the learning process including portfolio, performance, and structured observation assessments.

Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources

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Architecture and Construction

Carpentry (Building Trades)

Construction Trades

Drafting and Design Technology Carpentry (Building Trades)

Electrician Carpentry (Building Trades)

Heating, Air Conditioning, Ventilation & Refrigeration Maintenance Technology Carpentry (Building Trades)

Plumbing & Related Water Supply Services

Arts, Audio Visual Technology and Communications

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Business, Management and Administration

Business/Commerce, General

Education and Training

Teacher Education, Multiple Levels

Government and Public Administration

Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC): Air Force

Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC): Army

Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC): Navy/Marine Corps

Health Science

Health Professions & Related Services

Medical/Clinical Assistant

Hospitality and Tourism

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Human Services

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Information Technology

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Law, Public Safety & Security

Fire Science/Fire Fighting (Fire Science Program Part I)

Fire Science/Emergency Medical Technician (Fire Science Program Part II)

Security and Protective Services

Manufacturing

Manufacturing Technology/Technician

Welding Technology

Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

Biotechnology

Computer Engineering Technology

Pre-Engineering

Transportation, Distribution & Logistics

Aeronautics

Auto Body Collision & Repair

Automotive Maintenance/Mechanics

Heavy Equipment Maintenance Technology/Technician