Intermediate Level Home Economics
1 session of 1.5 hours weekly
The aims of the syllabus include:
- Increase the students’ understanding of the complex factors that influence people’s lifestyles, eating practices and choice of goods and services
- Develop the students’ ability to think and reason, make informed decisions and choices, and develop skills for the effective organisation and management of resources
- Encourage students to respond effectively to rapid technological changes and the growth of scientific understanding
- Enable students to acquire transferable skills that could be used for various situations experienced throughout the life-cycle
- Broaden the students’ fields of knowledge and encourage them to critically appreciate the inter-relationships of the three content areas.
The Home Economics and Human Ecology Intermediate Level course includes:
Three areas: The Family in Society, Food Science and Nutrition, and Consumer Issues and Concerns. Although the content is written as separate areas it is to be noted that examination questions will reflect the interlinking between the areas in accordance with the holistic nature in the teaching of Home Economics and Human Ecology.
(Based on the Matsec Syllabus Home Economics and Human Ecology Intermediate Level)
Explore the entire syllabus (topics in detail, pre-requisites, specimen paper and grade descriptors here): http://www.um.edu.mt/matsec
To apply for Home Economics and Human Ecology Intermediate Level course call 21227799 or email us for more information.