Career & Technology Studies

Career & Technology Studies (CTS) link theory and practice, associating and extending the knowledge, skills, and attitudes developed in academic courses within a practical, personally relevant context. Each course consists of a series of one-credit modules.

Note: CTS courses will only be offered if a sufficient number of students enrol in them.

CTS Strands

Career & Technology Studies can be split into the following strands:

BIT - Business, Administration, Finance and Information Technology

  • Accounting
  • Computer Science
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Marketing
  • Office Computer Skills

TMT - Trades, Manufacturing and Transportation

  • Construction Technology
  • Fabrication
  • Mechanics

HRH - Health, Recreation and Human Services

  • Cosmetology
  • Food Studies
  • Legal Studies
  • Sports Medicine
  • Personal Fitness Training

MDC - Media, Design and Communication Arts

  • Communication Technology
  • Computerized Numerical Controlled Design
  • Video Broadcasting and Editing
  • Web Design

NAT - Natural Resources

  • Environmental Education

CTS Credits

Due to prerequisite module requirements, not all modules in these courses grant credits at the same grade level as the course. For example, an advanced 30-level course meant for Grade 12 students may contain modules at the intermediate 20-level, and completion of such modules will result in a student earning Grade 11 (not Grade 12) credit.

If you would like to confirm if a CTS course will fulfill certain graduation requirements, please contact Student Services.