Family and Consumer Sciences Major - Consumer Sciences Concentration

B.S. degree program
Total core hours required - 4-6

Core Courses in Family and Consumer Sciences (FS) Hours
1011  Professional Orientation (1) - F 1
404V  Internship in Family and Consumer Science (1, 2, 3) - Offered on Demand 1, 2, 3
4092  Senior Seminar (2) - SP 2

Total concentration hours required - 49

Concentration Courses in Biology (BY) Hours
1003  Fundamentals of Biology (3) - F, SP, SU 3
2213  Introductory Human Anatomy and Physiology (3) - SP, SU 3
2424  Introductory Microbiology (4) - SP, SU 4

 

Concentration Courses in Chemistry (CM) Hours
1013  Introduction to Chemistry (3) - F, SP, SU 3
1023  Introduction to Chemistry - Organic (3) - SP 3

 

 

Concentration Courses In Family and Consumer Sciences (FS) Hours
1113  Clothing Construction (3) - F, SP 3
1323  Art Applied to Everyday Life (3) - F, SP 3
2113  Textiles (3) - SP 3
2413  Early Childhood Development (3) - F 3

 

 

Concentration Courses in Nutrition (NUTR) Hours
1213  Basic Foods (3) - F, SP 3
2613  Principals of Nutrition (3) - F, SP 3
3213 Food Science and Production (3) - SP 3

 

 

Additional Concentration Coursework Hours
Select one of the following  
  Physics (PH)  
1013  Fundamentals of Physics (3) - F, SP, SU 3
  Mathematics (MA)  
1043 Survey of the Fundamentals of Mathematics (3) - F, SP, SU 3
1113 College Algebra (3) - F, SP, SU 3

 

 

Elective Courses in Family and Consumer Sciences (FS) Hours
  One elective selected from Family and Consumer Sciences (FS)  
1113 Clothing Construction (3) - F (on demand) (Repeated for credit) 3
3133  Flat Pattern Design (3) - SP (odd numbered years) 3
  One elective selected from Nutrition (NUTR)  
4213  Food Systems Management I (3) - F 3
4223  Food Systems Management II (3) - SP 3
  One elective selected from Family and Consumer Sciences (FS)  
3433  Family Interaction (3) - SP (even numbered years) 3
3503  Family Problems (3) - SP 3
4423  Development in Middle Childhood and Adolescence (3) - SP (odd numbered years) 3

 

Note: A minor in distributive science is satisfied with this program.