Minor in Family & Consumer Sciences – General
Residential Minor in Family and Consumer Sciences – General
Expand your knowledge and enhance your career with a minor in Family and Consumer Sciences – General (FACS). In this program, you will gain insight into the contemporary family and human development while learning practical life skills and creative applications.
With a minor in FACS, you will be well-prepared to navigate a wide variety of family, relational, and career-related dynamics.
Gain Skills In:
- Family Development
- Family Economics
- Food Safety
*This minor is available to all undergraduate students.
Academic Information: Residential Minor in Family and Consumer Sciences – General
- 16 credit hours
Program of Study
Featured FACS Courses
- Principles of Food and Food Safety (FACS 130)
- Development of contemporary Families (FACS 205)
- Design and Construction I for Apparel (FACS 222)
- Housing: Consumer and Community (FACS 340)
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