Posted: Wed, 12/21/2011 - 5:32pm Updated: Mon, 04/23/2018 - 11:38am

The Indiana College and Career Pathways provide an aligned sequence of secondary and postsecondary courses leading to an industry-recognized credential, technical certification, or an associate or baccalaureate degree at an accredited postsecondary institution for careers that are high wage and/or high demand in Indiana.

Foundation Courses for All Pathways

PLEASE NOTE: “Preparing for College and Careers” and “Personal Financial Responsibility” (or “Adult Roles & Responsibilities” in some schools – to maintain local flexibility) are foundational Career and Technical Education courses recommended for every student in every Pathway. The course frameworks for these courses include a course description, course specifications, and the state standards for the course. All course frameworks are indexed by subject/content area on the Indiana Academic Standards web page.

  • Personal Financial Responsibility (See CTE: Business or CTE: Family and Consumer Sciences)
  • Preparing for College and Careers
  • Indiana ECAs for PCC, PFR, CD, IR and NW

End of Course Assessments

Indiana College & Career Pathways and Pathway Courses by Cluster

The state-approved Career Clusters and College & Career Pathways, along with the sequence of courses recommended for each Pathway and the Course Frameworks, can be accessed by clicking the Career Cluster links below.