General Human Environmental Sciences
The Broad Approach
As a general human environmental sciences major, your curriculum will survey all areas of human environmental sciences with enough elective hours to personalize your degree.
Examples of Course Work
- Clothing and Textiles
- Human Development and Family Studies
- Resource Management
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Internships - Gain vital career skills during on-the-job training as a pre-professional by taking advantage of the internship program and working for a company suited to your degree training and career goals. You can even receive college credit at the same time!
Double Major - This program offers the flexibility to double major with other programs, such as journalism, or to meet the requirements to enter into the Master of Arts in Teaching program to become a secondary school teacher.
This degree prepares students for careers in social services, business, and the Cooperative Extension Service. Students interested in teaching Family and Consumer Sciences in public schools may also meet the requirements to enter the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program.
- Social Services Agencies
- Property Management
- County Extension Agent-Family and Consumer Sciences
- Freelance Work
- New Product Development
- Preparation of Educational Materials
- Representative for Home Products Industry