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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 will receive specialised instruction in both the theory and practical components of units related to hospitality and food science, family and community studies and textiles.
Secondary Home Economics Teacher
This unitset structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
This major prepares students to take on the challenges of teaching home economics in a range of subject areas across Years 7 to 12. Students will receive specialised instruction in both the theory and practical components of units related to hospitality and food science, family and community studies and textiles. Professional workplace experience is provided by extended periods of school placement, where students have the opportunity to teach classes under the guidance of an experienced mentor.
|Major Content Study Units|
|CHN1101||Ecology of Children and Families 1||15|
|CSC1175||Textiles and Clothing 1||15|
|NUT1111||Food and Nutrients||15|
|FAS1103||Inquiry for Textiles||15|
|HOS2113||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|
|Curriculum Major Units|
|HEE2312||Home Economics Curriculum 1||15|
|HEE2313||Home Economics Curriculum 2||15|
This major can also be studied in the following courses: