Human Development and Family Science BSFCS/Financial Planning, Housing and Consumer Economics MS(Financial Planning)(non-thesis)

Sample Program of Study

  • Year 1 - Fall

    ENGL 1101, 3
    MATH 1101, 3
    COMM 1110 or COMM 1500, 3
    World Languages & Culture, 3
    POLS 1101, 3
    FYOS 1001, 1
  • Year 1 - Spring

    ENGL 1102, 3
    ANTH 1102 or PSYC 1101 or SOCI 1101, 3
    Physical or Life Science w/ lab, 4
    General Elective, 3
    HIST 2111 or HIST 2112, 3
    FACS 2000, 1
  • Year 1 - Summer

    N/A
  • Year 2 - Fall

    Physical or Life Science, 3
    World Languages & Culture, 3
    HDFS 2100, 3
    HDFS 2200, 3
    FDNS 2100, 3
  • Year 2 - Spring

    HDFS 2950-2950L, 3
    World Languages & Culture, 3
    MATH 1060 or STAT 2000, 3-4
    FHCE 2100, 3
    General Elective, 3
  • Year 2 - Summer

    N/A
  • Year 3 - Fall

    HDFS 4330, 3
    HDFS 3700 or HDFS 3700S, 3
    FHCE 3200+, 3
    HDFS 3920, 3
    FHCE 6200*+, 3
  • Year 3 - Spring

    HDFS 3110, 3
    HDFS 5110 (Spring only)+, 3
    HDFS 3710, 3
    HDFS 4860, 3
    PEDB, 1
    FHCE 6210*+, 3
  • Year 3 - Summer

    N/A
  • Year 4 - Fall

    HDFS 3930+, 3
    HDFS 5100+, 3
    HDFS 5900, 1
    FHCE 6220*, 3
    General Elective, 3
  • Year 4 - Spring

    HDFS 5910^, 6-9 or HDFS 5950, 3
    FHCE 6205*, 3
    Remainder General Electives†, 1-9
  • Year 4 - Summer

    N/A
  • Year 5 - Fall

    FHCE 8200, 3
    FHCE 7200, 3
    FHCE 6230, 3
  • Year 5 - Spring

    FHCE 6250, 3
    FHCE 7250, 3
    FHCE 8025, 3

Notes:

*Courses marked with an asterisk are graduate courses used to satisfy graduate and undergraduate degree program requirements. However, this plan is an example, and students have the flexibility to take any 12 hours of the Financial Planning graduate courses at the undergraduate-level.

+Three HDFS and three FHCE courses will satisfy 18 hours of major electives.

^HDFS 5910: the minimum number of credit hours is 6; students may complete 9 credits, with those 3 credits applied to general electives.

†The remainder of general electives will depend on the Quantitative Reasoning course, as well as HDFS internship selection.