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.
Declared before August 1, 2018
Students declared in one of these majors must graduate by May 2022. Those who do not finish by May 2022 will be moved to the new FCHD major.
Declared after August 1, 2018
In August 2018, our two majors Consumer & Community Studies and Human Development & Family Studies, merged into one major Family, Community, and Human Development.