CTE Programs of Study

Tuloso-Midway ISD's Career & Technical Education department supports students by providing opportunities to prepare for college and career utilizing TEA Approved Programs of Study. TMISD offers 19 Programs of Study across 9 Career Clusters, each with opportunities for students to earn college credit, work-based learning experiences, achieve industry-based certifications and qualifications prior to graduation. 

Programs of Study At-A-Glance

In order to establish and maintain a high level of quality and value in the programs of study at Tuloso-Midway ISD, a CTE code of ethics has been developed for participating students. These standards are supplemental to the Tuloso-Midway ISD Student Code of Conduct. It is the desire of the district and faculty to provide students with opportunities to excel in their academic studies.

Since CTE students will have opportunities to visit business partners in the field, it is imperative that they represent the district in a dignified manner. The following rules comprise the code of ethics for all students participating in the CTE Programs of Study at Tuloso-Midway ISD. Failure to accept and comply may result in termination from the program.

More Information regarding program-based entry and probation is available in the CTE Student Handbook.

Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources 
architecture & construction
arts, audio/video technology, and communications
Business, Marketing, and finance
Health Science
Human Services
Law and Public Service
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics