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  Nov 19, 2017
 
2017-2018 General Catalog

Family & Consumer Studies


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College of Social and Behavioral Science
Department Office: 228 Alfred C. Emery Building
Mailing Address: 225 S. 1400 E., Rm. 228, Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0080
Phone: 801-581-6521
Website: www.fcs.utah.edu

Department Chair: Robert N. Mayer, Ph.D.
Advisor: Jenny Stout, 801-581-6521

The Department of Family and Consumer Studies (FCS) emphasizes an interdisciplinary focus on the social, economic, and physical environments of families and individuals. The department offers a graduate programs in human development and social policy and early childhood education and undergraduate study in the areas of life span, human development and family relations, consumer studies, family economics, and community development.

Undergraduate students major in one of two areas: consumer & community studies or human development and family studies. Graduate students take an interdisciplinary course of study in human development and social policy or early childhood education. Both graduate and undergraduate training emphasize principles fundamental to theory, empirical investigation, and policy application. Students are encouraged to see the department advisor early for help in planning their programs.

Teaching and research capabilities of the department are enhanced by a unique research and educational facility. The Child and Family Development Center preschool laboratories facilitate research involving aspects of child development and child-parent relationships.

Undergraduate Programs

Please see the Consumer and Community Studies B.A., B.S., H.B.A., H.B.S., Minor and Human Development and Family Studies B.A., B.S., H.B.A., H.B.S. and Minor listed in the Program and Course Offerings section.

Graduation Requirements

There may be additional requirements for graduation in these degrees. Please see the program pages for more information.

Graduate Programs

Advisors: 228 Emery Building, 801-581-6521

Please see the Human Development and Social Policy M.S. listed in the Program and Course Offerings section.

Program and Course Offerings

Programs

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    Courses

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