The Family and Consumer Sciences Education program prepares graduates to teach family and consumer sciences classes in public or private schools. The focus of these classes in schools today is on adult roles, life skills, consumer rights and responsibilities, and contributing to the community. Graduates who complete this major may also qualify to become extension educators or work for other public and private agencies.
Students enrolled in
FCS Education must complete 1,500 clock hours of supervised work in family and
consumer sciences while in this approved teacher education program in order to
apply for the license of “Career and Technical Education: Family and Consumer
Sciences” as a content area and be eligible to teach family and consumer
sciences in the school setting listed on the license (Indiana State Board of
Education; 511 IAC 15-6-5).
Join the FCS Education student organization, Family and Consumer
Sciences Education Association. FCSEA
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