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Family and Consumer Sciences, Minor

Life Skills and Certification Opportunities

Adding the Family and Consumer Sciences Minor to your degree will provide you with a taste of what it means to teach Family and Consumer Sciences. For all majors, this program will give you experience in culinary, textiles, nutrition, child development, and other lifelong skills. For education majors, it can also serve as a gateway to additional certification once you obtain your initial teaching certificate.

 

Student Involvement

As a student of Family Consumer Sciences, you will have multiple opportunities to be involved both on and off campus, including:

  • American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (AAFCS)
  • Missouri State Teachers Association (MSTA)

FCS Workshops

New This Year: FCS Teacher Workshops!

Career Pathways for the Teaching Profession

  • October 10 & 11
  • Jefferson City @ Best Western

Fashion: Sustainability and Branding with Technology

  • November 1
  • Warrensburg @ UCM

Cooking Gluten-Free: Why and How

  • November 2
  • Warrensburg @ UCM

Sew with Confidence: Learning the Basics for YOUR Classroom

  • April 9 & 10
  • Warrensburg @ UCM

Career Pathways for the Teaching Profession

  • May 19 & 20
  • Jefferson City @ Best Western

Registration information coming soon, watch this space!

Accreditations

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UCM is the longest continuously CAEP accredited public institution in Missouri

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The Family Consumer Sciences program at UCM is nationally accredited by the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences

Program Coordinator

Mrs. Krystle Gremaud
Assistant Professor
Lovinger 3020
Tel: 660-543-4647

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