Career & Technical Education (CTE) Articulations

Explore your career opportunities

Resources for learning about Career Pathways courses and articulated credits by A.S. degree program and the impact these programs have on students.

Since 1995, Valencia Career Pathways has awarded approximately 100,000 credits to over 23,000 students for an estimated savings of $7.5 million.

Student, Parent, and Faculty Resources

Career Pathways are available for Orange and Osceola County secondary CTE students (high school and middle school) in a number of Valencia's A.S. degree and certificate programs. There are also several Career Pathways available for  Lake,  Marion, and Seminole County high school students. These career paths help schools ensure that students acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for high-skill, high-wage career options. Recommended academic and technical curriculum is identified in each career path. Students have an opportunity to earn college credits for work completed in high school by successfully passing the specific pathway assessment required in each career area. Explore your path and see where it can lead.

Click on the links under Career Pathways Clusters to view or download information specific for that pathway. Click on the A.S. degree program to get information on the degree for that pathway.

Career Pathways Clusters Degree Details
Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources Landscape & Horticulture
Architecture & Construction Engineering and Technology
Arts, AV Technology & Communication Arts and Entertainment
Business, Management & Administration Business
Education & Training Education
Engineering Technology & Education Engineering and Technology
Health Science Health Sciences
Hospitality & Tourism Hospitality and Culinary
Information Technology Information Technology
Law, Public Safety & Security Public Safety and Legal
Marketing, Sales & Service Business Administration
Manufacturing Engineering and Technology

Career Clusters Logo Check out the Technical Articulation Agreements available to postsecondary students at Orange Technical College and Osceola Technical College.
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