Housing Management and Policy BSFCS/Financial Planning, Housing and Consumer Economics MS(Community Development)(non-thesis)

Career and Academic Opportunities

This emphasis provides interdisciplinary coursework that links conceptual knowledge with practical experience, Upon graduation, students will be qualified to work in careers that influence the social, economic, cultural, and political forces affecting the well-being of people living in community settings. Students can focus on:

• Housing
• Community health
• Sustainability
• Inequality, social change and justice