The Master’s in Family and Consumer Science degree program provides students with education to help deliver services to benefit people in their daily lives, through prevention and intervention. Careers paths include those in human service organizations, manufacturers, businesses, government, the cooperative extension service, and public agencies. Students will choose a minor in addition to this
Hospitality and Food Service Management Concentration
In addition to the Master’s in Family and Consumer Science degree, students have the option to take the Hospitality and Food Service Management concentration. Students will have the option to take classes in Marketing of Services, 21st Century Tourism, and Hospitality.
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Dr. Clark Egnor, Ed.D.
Coordinator of International Programs
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