List of Possible Topics for High School Electives

List of Possible Topics for High School Electives

Accounting, Business Management, Business Math, Personal Finance

Agriculture, Botany, Floral Design, Horticulture

Anthropology, Astronomy, Architecture

Appliance Repair

Art History, Art Studio, Drawing, Jewelry Design, Drafting, Ceramics, Painting, Print Making, Sculpture

Audio Production, Cinematography

Auto Body Repair, Autoshop, Auto Mechanics

Calligraphy, Carpentry, Woodworking

Computer Applications, Graphic Design, Networking, Programming, Technology, Keyboarding/Wordprocessing, Graphic Communications

Concert Band, Choir, Music Appreciation, Music Theory, Drama, Vocal Music

Cosmetology

Creative Writing, Fiction Writing, Poetry, Etymology, Journalism

Dance (general, beginning, advanced)

Debate, Ethics, Logic

Equine Science, Equestrian Training

Foreign Language, Sign Language, Speech

Geography, Government, Civics, Current Events, Political Science

Home Economics, Interior Design

Medieval History, Mythology

P.E., Pilates/Yoga, Aerobics, Nutrition Science

Photography, Photoshop, Webpage/Website Design

Physiology, Psychology, Sociology

Religious Studies, Theology

Robotics

World Literature, World Religions

Zoology

 

 

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App Development
Arabic
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Banking
Biology
Business
Business Communication Skills

Business Services
Care Provision
Career Development
Carpentry

Change Management
Chemistry
Childcare Studies
Chinese Language Studies

Computer Basics
Construction Skills
Customer Service
Digital Creative Design

E-Business
E-Business and Marketing Professionals
Economics
Electrical Engineering

Engineering
English
English Diplomas
English for Business

English for Teaching
English for Tourism
English Grammar
English Literature

English Speaking Skills
Entrepreneurial Skills
Environment
Finance

Food Safety
French
Geography
German

Global Health Initiative
Google
Health & Healthcare Professionals
Health and Fitness

Health and Safety
Health Management
History
Hospitality Management

Human Nutrition
Human Resources
Information Technology
Investment

Irish
Job Search Skills
Law and Legal Skills
Management

Management Professionals
Manufacturing
Marketing and Sales
Masonry Skills

Maths
Mental Health Studies
Microsoft Office
Multimedia Technology

Music
Nursing Studies
Office Skills
Operations Management

Photography
Photoshop
Physics
Plumbing

Procurement
Programming
Project Management
Project Maths

Psychology
Quality Management
Risk Management
Sales Management

Science
Six Sigma
Social Media Techniques
Social Work Skills

Sociology
Spanish Language Skills
Statistics
Strategic Management

Study Skills
Supply Chain Management
Swedish
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Teaching and Training Professionals
Tourism
Typing
Web Development

Workplace Safety
Yoga


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About Becky Husband

Becky is a Hebraic Christian homeschool mom blogger that lives on a small farm in Deep East Texas. When she isn't homeschooling her kids, she is busy documenting her family's life on her blog. In her blog, she writes about her faith, family, homeschooling, and homesteading. She also shares the family's abundance of hobbies such as geocaching, hiking, biking, birding, nature photography, and most recently her art! She is always eager to answer any questions others may have so feel free to leave comments and inquiries!

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