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Prepares students to take on the challenges of teaching home economics in a range of subject areas across Years 7 to 12.
Students receive specialised instruction in both the theory and practical components relating to hospitality and food science, family and community studies, and textiles.
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Students are required to complete 10 Content units and 2 Curriculum units. Content units educate students in the subject area and the Curriculum units explain how to teach the subject area to others.
|Unit Code||Unit Title||Credit Points|
|CHN1101||Ecology of Children and Families 1||15|
|CSC1175||Textiles and Clothing 1||15|
|NUT1111||Food and Nutrients||15|
|FAS1103||Inquiry for Textiles||15|
|HEE2113||Food Knowledge and Appreciation||15|
|HOS2500||Food Service Management||15|
|CSC3275||Textiles and Clothing 2||15|
|NUT2210||Nutrition in the Life Cycle||15|
|CUR4210||Curriculum Enrichment for the Major Secondary Specialisation||15|
Graduates will be eligible to seek employment in both government and non-government secondary schools teaching Home Economics.
Secondary Home Economics Teacher
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