Human Development and Family Science BSFCS/Financial Planning, Housing and Consumer Economics MS(Applied Consumer Analytics)(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
    Science, 3
    General Elective, 3
    HIST 2111 or HIST 2112, 3
    FACS 2000, 1
  • Year 1 - Summer

    N/A
  • Year 2 - Fall

    Science w/ lab, 4
    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 6000*+, 3
  • Year 3 - Spring

    HDFS 3110, 3
    HDFS 5110+, 3
    HDFS 3710, 3
    HDFS 4860, 3
    FHCE 7050*+, 3
    PEDB, 1
  • Year 3 - Summer

    N/A
  • Year 4 - Fall

    HDFS 3930+, 3
    HDFS 5100+, 3
    HDFS 5900, 1
    FHCE 7150*, 3
    General Elective, 3
  • Year 4 - Spring

    HDFS 5910^, 6-9 or HDFS 5950, 3
    FHCE 7960*, 3
    Remainder General Electives†, 1-9
  • Year 4 - Summer

    N/A
  • Year 5 - Fall

    FHCE 7020, 2
    FHCE 8000, 3
    STAT 6210, 3
    FHCE 8100, 3
  • Year 5 - Spring

    FHCE 8050, 3
    STAT 6220, 3
    Graduate Elective, 1

Notes:

*Courses with an asterisk are graduate courses used to satisfy graduate and undergraduate degree program requirements.

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

^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.