Family and Consumer Sciences (B.A.)
The different concentrations in Family & Consumer Sciences cover interdisciplinary subjects. The Human Development & Family Studies track concerns family services and consumer economics. The Food Service Management track involves institutional food administration and food science. The Textiles & Apparel track pertains to those materials’ design, production, distribution, and retailing. Finally, Secondary School Teacher Education is a co-major with Secondary Education & Youth Services.
Graduates often work in public and social institutions, such as consumer agencies, family services, departments of social welfare, hospitals and clinics, schools, and similar organizations.