Family and Consumer Sciences Education
Because our courses can change from time to time, it is important to keep in close contact with your advisor to learn about any alterations to your degree plan.
Demand for family and consumer sciences education graduates is very high. Students in our program will gain a knowledge of nutrition and foods; clothing, textiles and merchandising; human development and family studies; consumer economics and family resource management; housing and interiors; curriculum development; occupational programs; and classroom management. Through our program, students also have an opportunity to become certified in early childhood education with the additional prescribed coursework.
The Department of Human Sciences is a member of the Family and Consumer Sciences Alliance. Alliance courses provide an opportunity for those who live a distance from campus to complete human sciences courses required for certification via the Internet. Students must first enroll at Texas A&M-Kingsville and declare a major in family and consumer sciences.
This page was last updated on: January 25, 2013