HUMAN SCIENCES: On-site and Online Programs Available
What is Human Sciences?
Human Sciences is the most versatile concentration within the Family and Consumer Sciences discipline. The course requirements are representative of the discipline as a whole. Students will take courses in nutrition, family life studies, fashion merchandising, child development, and hospitality/culinary management. This broad scope of courses will enable students with this degree to work in a variety of fields. Many Human Sciences graduates work with agencies such as Cooperative Extension Services and the Department of Social Services. Other possibilities for employment for Human Sciences graduates include a wide range of organizations that assist individuals, families, and communities in taking steps to improve the quality of life.
What can I do with a Human Sciences Degree?
Possible careers or places of employment:
Chamber of Commerce
Cooperative Extension Agent
Department of Human Resources
Department of Social Services
Domestic Violence Shelter
Family Advocacy Agencies
Foster Care Agencies
Memory Care Facilities
Mental Health Services
How do I know if Human Sciences is the right concentration for me?
If you answered yes to the above questions, then Human Sciences may be the right choice for you!
How can I find out more about this degree?
If you are interested in learning more about the Human Sciences degree program, contact Ms. Jeannie Frazier at firstname.lastname@example.org or (256)782-5184.