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Family and Consumer Sciences

College of Health and Human Services

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Family and Consumer Sciences - FCS Undergraduate Programs

Undergraduate Programs


Bachelor of Arts in Family and Consumer Sciences


The Department of Family and Consumer Sciences offers students a Bachelor of Arts degree in six option areas of study
• Child Development and Family Studies
• Consumer Affairs
• Family and Consumer Sciences Education
• Family Life Education
• Fashion Merchandising
• Textiles and Clothing

Requirements for all majors include a minimum of 120 units for the Bachelor of Arts degree. In addition to general education requirements (51 units), a minimum of 40 units in Family and Consumer Sciences must be completed, 24 of which must be upper division. Students transferring from another college or university will receive transfer credit in required courses if the course is equivalent to the course at this University and it is first accepted by the University.

Specific degree and certificate information as well as option requirements are listed under each option alphabetically in this Catalog.

 

Bachelor of Science in Dietetics and Food Administration


The Department of Family and Consumer Sciences offers students a Bachelor of Science degree in three option areas of study:
• Nutrition and Dietetics
• Food Science
• Hospitality Foodservice and Hotel Management

Specific degree and certificate information as well as option requirements are listed under each option alphabetically in this Catalog.

Requirements for the major include a minimum of 131 units for Nutrition and Dietetics. In addition to general education requirements (51 units), a minimum of 40 units in Family and Consumer Sciences is required, 24 of which must be upper division. Students transferring from another college or university will receive transfer credit in required courses if the course is equivalent to the course at this University and it is accepted by the University.