Programs of Study
Texas Education Agency engaged members of workforce, secondary education, and higher education to develop the programs of study.
The new programs of study include coherent sequences of courses, industry-based certifications, and work-based learning opportunities to ensure students are prepared for in-demand, high-skill, high-wage careers in Texas.
The proposed programs of study go into effect for the 2020-2021 school year and will allow Texas to meet the federal program approval requirements within the Strengthening CTE for the 21st Century Act (Perkins V).
Belton ISD is implementing 11 Career Clusters and 24 Programs of Study.
Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
•Applied Agricultural Engineering
•Environmental and Natural Resources
Architecture and Construction
•Constructional Management and Inspection
Arts, Audio Visual Technology, and Communications
•Design and Multimedia Arts
Business, Marketing and Finance
•Accounting and Financial Services
•Marketing and Sales
Education and Training
•Teaching and Training
Hospitality and Tourism
•Family and Community Services
Law and Public Service
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
•Programming and Software Development
Transportation, Distribution and Logistics