Family and Consumer Studies (B.S.)
Undergraduates in the Family and Consumer Studies major program may pursue a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in one of two concentrations: Child Development and Family Studies (CDFS) or Family and Consumer Science Education (FCSE).
CDFS is geared toward preparation for working in a variety of settings; FCSE is geared toward preparing to teach. CDFS students typically take minors such as Aging Studies, Business Administration, Entrepreneurship, Foreign Languages, Health and Human Performance, Psychology, or Sociology.