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The curriculum definition as established by the U.S. Department of Education’s Classification of Instructional Programs (“CIP”): Instructional programs that prepare individuals to provide professional services related to cosmetology, funeral services, and food preparation and service. (CIP Code #12)

Notable Programs in this Curriculum: Funeral Service and Mortuary Science; Cosmetology; Culinary Arts; Bartending. 

Prominent figures related to this curriculum:

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Wolfgang Puck  (1949-Present)
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Notable chef, television personality, and restaurateur
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American chef, author, and television personality

Relevant Salary Figures: According to 2008 Bureau of Labor Statistics information, the average annual salaries of popular careers related to this curriculum are listed below. For further information, including the nature of work, employment outlook, related academic programs, and specific salary information for your region, click on the occupation of interest.

Food Service Managers: $50,320
Funeral Directors: $58,810
Gaming Managers: $73,480
Chefs & Head Cooks: $42,410

Barbers: $26,610
Hairdressers, Hairstylists, & Cosmetologists: $26,660
Waiters & Waitresses: $19,580
Cooks, Restaurant: $22,7500

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The Complete List of Programs in this Curriculum:

 
 
  • Funeral Service and Mortuary Science, Other.
    (NEW) Any instructional program in funeral service and mortuary science not listed above.
  • PERSONAL AND CULINARY SERVICES.
    Instructional programs that prepare individuals to provide professional services related to cosmetology, funeral services, and food preparation and service.
  • Funeral Service and Mortuary Science.
    Instructional content for this group of programs is defined in codes 12.0301- 12.0399.
  • Funeral Service and Mortuary Science, General.
    A program that generally prepares individuals for careers in the funeral service industry and for licensure as funeral service directors or morticians. Includes instruction in the basic elements of mortuary science and the business, counseling, and operational aspects of funeral service.
  • Funeral Direction/Service.
    (NEW) A program that prepares individuals for professional licensure as funeral directors and as managers of funeral homes, cemeteries, and related services. Includes instruction in the sociology of death and dying, psychology of grief and grief counseling, history of funeral service, funeral direction, business law, funeral service law, funeral home management, accounting and related computer operations, and funeral services marketing and merchandising.
  • Mortuary Science and Embalming/Embalmer.
    (NEW) A program that prepares individuals for licensure as embalmers and morticians. Includes instruction in pathogenic microbiology, systematic pathology, thanatochemistry, gross anatomy, clinical mortuary science, embalming, restorative art, applicable laws and regulations, and special services such as cremation and preparations required by specific religious communities.
  • Cosmetology and Related Personal Grooming Services.
    Instructional content for this group of programs is defined in codes 12.0401- 12.0499.
  • Cosmetology/Cosmetologist, General.
    A program that generally prepares individuals to cut, trim, and style scalp, facial, and body hair; apply cosmetic preparations; perform manicures and pedicures; massage the head and extremities; and prepare for practice as licensed cosmetologists in specialized or full-service salons. Includes instruction in hair cutting and styling, manicuring, pedicuring, facial treatments, shampooing, chemical applications, esthetics, shop management, sanitation and safety, customer service, and applicable professional and labor laws and regulations. (Moved from 12.0403)
  • Barbering/Barber.
    A program that prepares individuals to shave and trim facial/neck hair and beards, cut and dress hair, fit hairpieces, give facial and scalp massages, apply cosmetic treatments, and to prepare for licensure as professional barbers at various levels. Includes instruction in facial shaving; beard and mustache shaping and trimming; shampooing; hair cutting; hair styles and styling art; facial treatments and massage; chemical applications; hair and scalp anatomy and physiology; hairpiece and toupee fitting; equipment operation; health and safety; customer service; and shop business practices.
  • Cosmetologist.
    (Moved, Report under 12.0401)
 
 
 

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