Education, Human & Protective Services
Students seeking a career in Education, Human and Protective Services develop skills needed for working with and serving the people in their communities. Careers in this school of study include peace officer, teacher, paramedic, firefighter, lawyer, paralegal, psychologist, social worker and counselor.
Related Texas High School Endorsement: Public Service
Available Degree and Certificate Programs
Please note that the career maps below are regularly updated guides for students’ reference and may not align with graduation requirements for students entering KC during previous semesters/years. Please check your degree audit in AccessKC for your official graduation requirements.
Careers in Education, Human & Protective Services Area
Complex Problem Solving
Judgment and Decision Making
Management of Personnel Resources
Operation and Control
Quality Control Analysis