• Skilled-Tech
  • Marketing
  • Information-technology
  • Health-Science
  • family-consumer-science
  • Business
  • Agriculture

Areas of Study

A variety of courses are offered at each high school.
Contact the CTE Coordinator at your school for more information.


Agriculture is the nation’s largest employer, generating approximately 20 percent of our nation’s gross national product and 20 percent of our national employment.  Agriculture on USBE >>


Business management and office/administrative support services is projected to be one of the fastest growing industries through the year 2018. In Utah, the annual growth rate for this occupation is expected to be 2 percent.  Business on USBE >>

Family & Consumer Science

Family and Consumer Sciences can give individuals the practical knowledge, critical and creative thinking skills to address problems in diverse family, community, and work environments.  Family & Consumer Science on USBE >>

Health Science

Health care is one of the largest and fastest-growing industries in the United States, employing over 14 million workers in more than 200 careers.  Health Science on USBE >>

Information Technology

IT careers involve the design, development, support, and management of hardware, software, multimedia, and systems integration services. The IT industry is a dynamic and entrepreneurial working environment that has a revolutionary impact on the economy and society.  Information Technology on USBE >>


Marketing is an expansive field that covers industries from advertising to travel and tourism, from retail to sports and entertainment, from real estate to Internet marketing.  Marketing on USBE >>

Skilled & Technical Sciences

The major industrial areas of STS are construction, manufacturing, transportation, communication, personal services, and protective services.  Skilled and Technical Sciences on USBE >>

Technology & Engineering

In Utah, it is one of the fastest growing industries, having a projected growth rate of 2 percent through the year 2018, creating approximately 14,000 jobs. Due to the expansion of jobs in the technical fields and the increasing numbers of engineers who are retiring, the number of job openings in technology and engineering is increasing.  Technology & Engineering on USBE >>