Career Technology Education (CTE) classes help students learn to be productive, successful and healthy members of society while educating students in a wide variety of vocational areas. Culinary Arts to Computer Applications to Agricultural Education to Industrial Engineering, are a few of the career pathways students may explore.

Agriculture Education

  • Introduction to Agriculture
  • Ag Metals & Welding
  • Ag Power & Technology
  • Plant Biotechnology
  • Companion Animal Science
  • Veterinary Science (DMACC AGS 113)
  • Landscape Horticulture
  • Environmental Science
  • Ag Business Management (DMACC AGB 331)

Business Education

  • Computer Applications I
  • Computer Applications II
  • Computer Applications III
  • General Business
  • Careers and Lifestyles
  • Accounting
  • Business Law
  • Career Work Experience (Hunziker Center in Ames)

Family & Consumer Science

  • Beginning Foods and Nutrition
  • Beginning Textiles
  • Creative Foods and Nutrition
  • Housing and Interiors
  • Today’s Family
  • Parenting I
  • Parenting II
  • Living on Your Own
  • Culinary Arts (DMACC, Ames Campus)

Industrial Technology

  • Intro to Construction
  • Construction I
  • Construction II
  • Principles of Engineering
  • Introduction to Engineering Drafting
  • Engineering Applications