Work and Family Studies College Majors and Degree Programs

Since the family is the basic unit of any society, family studies degree programs are of everlasting importance. Work and family studies programs are focused on the science the family unit, as well as consumerism, vocations, and other issues that affect the success of not only individual families, but also the communities they live in. Students will learn about anything from basic vocational levels and associated career paths, to family connections, family and consumer resources, human development and relationships, and other family or consumer-related issues. Some career opportunities for graduates may include consumer economics, retail merchandising, nutrition and wellness, family community services, child care, and more.

Family and Consumer Sciences/human Sciences, General Business Family and Consumer Sciences/human Sciences Family and Consumer Sciences/human Sciences Communication Consumer Merchandising/retailing Management Family Resource Management Studies, General Consumer Economics Consumer Services and Advocacy Family and Consumer Economics and Related Services, Other Foods, Nutrition, and Wellness Studies, General Human Nutrition Foodservice Systems Administration/management Foods, Nutrition, and Related Services, Other Housing and Human Environments, General Facilities Planning and Management Home Furnishings and Equipment Installers Housing and Human Environments, Other Human Development and Family Studies, General Adult Development and Aging Family Systems Child Development Family and Community Services Child Care and Support Services Management Child Care Provider/assistant Developmental Services Worker Human Development, Family Studies, and Related Services, Other Apparel and Textiles, General Apparel and Textile Manufacture Apparel and Textile Marketing Management Fashion and Fabric Consultant Apparel and Textiles, Other Family and Consumer Sciences/human Sciences, Other
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