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- Summer 2013 Class Schedule
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- FCS Course Catalog
- Employment Potential
- Current Job Openings
- Moving Across Places Study (MAPS)
Family and Consumer Studies provides an interdisciplinary approach to those factors that influence the well-being of families, consumers, and communities. General areas of study and research include consumer studies and family economics, human development and family studies, environment and behavior, and Human Development and Social Policy.
The Department offers two undergraduate majors:
The two undergraduate majors emphasize interdisciplinary training within the social sciences and both provide excellent pre-professional background for graduate work in the fields of business, education, public policy, health, law, social work, social services, and architecture/planning.
Courses in our undergraduate majors also support a number of other programs on campus including Behavioral Science and Health, Child Life Specialist, Early Childhood Education, Financial Planning and Environmental Studies. Many of our classes have a Service Learning component. Minors are also available in each areas of study.
Both undergraduate majors offer an emphasis option for specialized study:
Undergraduate Academic Advising
Please visit the academic advising page to schedule an appointment with an advisor.
CCS, HDFS (except Early Childhood Education)
HDFS w/emphasis on Early Childhood Education