Majors and Programs

With 14 undergraduate majors, and even more program options, the College of Human Sciences has something for anyone who enjoys the challenges and rewards of improving people’s lives. Our majors focus on the science and technology of living and learning, from the way people learn and grow to the choices we make about food and exercise – even how we buy homes and clothes. Academic advisers in each department will get you on the right track to finding a major and program that best meets your personal and career goals.

Apparel, Merchandising, and Design
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Family and Consumer Sciences Ed
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Athletic Training
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Financial Counseling and Planning
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Child, Adult, and Family Services
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Food Science
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Culinary Science
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Hospitality Management
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Diet and Exercise
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Kinesiology and Health
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Dietetics
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Nutritional Science
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Early Childhood Education
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Pre-professional Programs
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Elementary Education
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Secondary Education Licensure
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Entrepreneurial Studies
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Human Sciences – Undecided
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Event Management
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  • Family Finance Degree

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    Beginning in fall 2013, the Family Finance, Housing, and Policy program name changed to Financial Counseling and Planning (FCP) to highlight the emphasis on family financial counseling and planning.

    Visit LoveMoneyLovePeople.com  for the numbers on the Financial Counseling and Planning degree! Or go to the current program page for more information.

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  • Graduates Find Rewarding Jobs

    The College of Human Sciences offers 21 undergraduate and graduate majors. Within six months of graduating, 92 percent of bachelor’s degree recipients and 96 percent of master’s and doctoral degree recipients secure employment or advanced educational placement.