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Family and Consumer Sciences Education and Studies, B.S.-professional studies option

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HD FS 1023CHEM 160 (or Natural Sciences Course from approved FCEDS list)3
HD FS 1101FS HN 1673
HD FS 1831FS HN 342 (or SOC 130 or SOC 134)3
LIB 1601HD FS 103X0.5
ENGL 1503MATH or STAT Coursefrom approved FCEDS list3
PSYCH 131HD FS Learning Community Selection-elective1CHS Elective3
RELIG 205Humanities course3 
 13 15.5
FCEDS 2062ENGL 2503
HD FS 2182HD FS 2693
HD FS 2393COMST 102 (or COMST 214 or COMST 218 or SP CM 212 or SP COM 312)3
ECON 1013HD FS 2833
BIOL 101 (or BIOL 155)3HD FS 3773
CHS Elective3HD FS 2763
 16 18
HD FS 3413HD FS 2493
HD FS 3673ENGL 302 (or ENGL 314 or JL MC 220 or JL MC 305 or DSN S 292)3
AESHM 342 (or PHIL 340 or T C 362)3HD FS 4863
CHS Elective300 level or above3CHS Elective300 level or above3
Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities or Art & Design Course3Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities or Art & Design Course3
 15 15
AESHM 3793FCEDS 491B3-6 credits6
HD FS 3953H S 2153
HD FS 4493Electivesto equal 123.5 total credits4
AESHM 474 (or MGMT 310)3 
Humanities Coursefrom approved FCEDS list3 
P R 220 (or P R 305 or ENGL 302 or ENGL 314 or DSN S 292)3 
 18 13
Total Credits: 123.5

 US Diversity and International Perspectives Requirement: Students in Family and Consumer Sciences Education fulfill the US Diversity by taking AESHM 379 and the International Perspectives Requirement by taking FS HN 342.


 This sequence is only an example. The number of credits taken each semester should be based on the individual student's situation. Factors that may affect credit hours per semester include student ability, employment, health, activities, and grade point consideration.