Consumer Economics BSFCS/Financial Planning, Housing and Consumer Economics MS(Consumer Economics)(non-thesis)

Career and Academic Opportunities

This emphasis will prepare students to work in consumer policy-related careers. Students will have the flexibility to select courses in policy, economics, advocacy, and the legislative process. Consumers will develop expertise in:

• Consumer decision making
• Consumer policy analysis
• Methods used by research analysts

Upon completion students will have a refined understanding of the challenges and opportunities that face consumers in increasingly complex economic and political environments.