Courses in this department are linked to the following Pathways: Government, Education and Human Services; Health.
Family and Consumer Sciences coursework provides students with exposure to skills, knowledge and strategies for successfully managing resources throughout the lifespan. Each course curriculum is designed to embed academic content, career skills, cultural awareness, teamwork, and real world connections. Students have the opportunity to demonstrate knowledge through collaborative activities, self reflection, and hands on experiences.
The Family and Consumer Sciences pathway exposes students to the knowledge and skills that will contribute to them becoming resourceful, self-confident, and collaborative employees and family members.
Family and Consumer Science courses include (courses with an asterisk are eligible for dual credit through one of our concurrent enrolment programs):
Baking & Pastry Arts, Cultural Cuisine, Culinary Arts 1, Culinary Arts 2, Family Sociology, Fashion & Clothing 1, Fashion & Clothing 2, Fashion Merchandising, Introduction to Health Care Services, Child Development 1, Child Development 2
Fashion and Clothing 3, Early Childhood Education, and all courses listed above
Culinary Arts 3, Individual Development & Family Sciences*, and all courses listed above
All courses listed above