Basic Life Skills
Focuses on a variety of topics and skills necessary for adulthood. Includes the basics in financial planning, healthful living, etiquette, party planning and dealing with family and personal relationships.
Culinary Basics and Nutrition
Allows students to evaluate food choices, practice a variety of food preparation techniques, demonstrate table service and etiquette, and explore nutrition and food industry related careers. Critical thinking and practical problem-solving are emphasized in a cocurricular approach that incorporates principles of mathematics, science, writing, communications, and economics. The ServSafe® Food Handler employee certification provides increased marketability.
Dual Credit Courses
Juniors and seniors interested in taking dual credit family & consumer sciences courses should review requirements for taking dual credit courses here and may explore Bob Jones University’s course listing for additional course options.
IAD 101 Architectural Drawing & Design
- Offered only 1st semester
IAD 102 Introduction to Interior Architecture & Design
- Prerequisite: IAD 101