Single Subject Matter Program (Family and Consumer Sciences Education)

Units required for Subject Matter Program: 49

Program Description

The Subject Matter Program leads to a BS in Family and Consumer Sciences and meets the subject matter content requirement for a teaching credential.

Minimum Grade Requirement

A minimum grade of "C-" for all courses is required for admission into the teacher preparation program. Teaching credential candidates must also complete the Professional Education Program to qualify for a teaching credential. Consult the FACS Department credential advisor and the College of Education Student Service Center for further information regarding requirements.

Program Requirements

Required Core Courses (22 Units)
FACS 10Nutrition And Wellness3
FACS 30Fashion and Human Environment3
FACS 50The Family and Social Issues 3
FACS 100Research: Methods and Application in Family and Consumer Sciences3
FACS 140Family Resource Management3
FACS 168Senior Seminar3
SOC 8Sense and Nonsense in Social Issues and Research3
or STAT 1 Introduction to Statistics
FACS 195AField Study: Selected Areas in Family and Consumer Sciences1
Required Lower Division Courses (14 Units)
FACS 9Food Safety and Sanitation2
FACS 11Principles of Food Preparation3
FACS 32Fundamentals of Apparel Production3
FACS 52The Child In The Family3
or CHDV 30 Human Development
or CHDV 35 Child and Adolescent Development
INTD 15Introduction to Interior Design3
Required Upper Division Courses (13 Units)
FACS 110Food Production and Sustainability4
FACS 130History Of Fashion3
or FACS 137 Clothing, Society, and Culture
FACS 141Family Finance3
FACS/CHDV 154Issues in Parenting3
or FACS 155 Family Life Education
Total Units49