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Course Requirements

Major in Family and Consumer Sciences

The following specific general education courses must be chosen to meet the requirements for this major:
SOC 100 Introduction to Sociology (3 credits)
ART 155 Art Appreciation (3 credits)
BIO 108 Introduction to Life Science with Lab (3 credits)
CIS 103 Microcomputer Applications in Education (3 credits)
COM 103 Interpersonal Communication (3 credits)
GOV 101 US & Missouri Constitutions (1 credit)
FCS 266 Management of Family Resources (3 credits)
HST American history requirement (3 credits)
MTH 115 Statistics (3 credits)
PSY 200 Developmental Psychology (3 credits)
PHL 260 Contemporary Moral Issues (3 credits)

Courses Required in the Major
FCS 119 Essential Concepts for Health and Fitness (3 credits)
FCS 201 Career Seminar I (1 credit)
FCS 214 Nutrition and Wellness (2 credits)
FCS 221 Food Science Theory and Application (4 credits)
FCS 230 Infant and Toddler Development (3 credits)
FCS 232 The Young Child (3 credits)
FCS 245 Housing (3 credits)
FCS 266 Management of Family Resources (3 credits)
FCS 270 Textiles & Apparel for Classroom Educators (3 credits)
FCS 291 Foundations in Human Environmental Sciences (3 credits)
FCS 301 Career Seminar II (1 credit)
FCS 336 Parent Education (3 credits)
FCS 337 Family Relations (3 credits)
FCS 397 Advocacy in Professional Practice (3 credits)
FCS 422 Food Pathways for Diverse Groups (3 credits)
FCS 470 Methods in Teaching FCS (3 credits)
FCS 472 Curriculum in FCS (3 credits)
FCS 497 Senior Synthesis in Human Environmental Sciences (3 credits)


Courses Required in Other Disciplines
BUS 208 Personal Finance (3 credits)
SOC 355 Social Aspects of Aging (3 credits)
EDU 120 Psychology of the Exceptional Child (3 credits)
EDU 201 Introduction to Classroom Teaching–Middle/Secondary (3 credits)
EDU 234 Philosophical Foundations of Education (3 credits)
EDU 401 Classroom/Behavioral Management Techniques (3 credits)
EDU 350 Methods of Teaching Reading in the Content Area (2 credits)
EDU 447 Planning for Instruction and Assessment–Middle and Secondary (3 credits)
EDU 451 Student Teaching at the Secondary Level (10 credits)