Family & Consumer Sciences Major Guide

2018-2019

Cochise College

Family studies and consumer sciences students study the development of individuals and families as they relate to their social worlds. Topics of study may include human development from birth to end-of-life, family structures, social services. Program experiences like staffing a crisis hotline and teaching parenting skills can also prepare graduates for careers and graduate work in human services, public health, social work, and more.


Associate's Degree
An associate's degree is comprised of 60-64 community college credits. Below is information specific to your major.

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  AGEC Requirement
The Arizona General Education Curriulum block for this major is the AGEC-A.

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AGEC-A Course List
  Cochise College Courses
The courses listed below are recommended if you plan to transfer to a university and study Family & Consumer Sciences.
COURSES  
Human DevelopmentPSY 240*
Intro to Measurement & StatisticsPSY 250
Intro to Psychology or Intro to SociologyPSY 101 or SOC 101

  Cochise College Electives
The elective courses listed below may be applicable to your degree depending on which university you choose.
COURSES  
Child DevelopmentNot Offered at COCHISE
Marriage & FamilyNot Offered at COCHISE

* ASU - Is not a direct equivalent at ASU. Students will have to take the required university course upon transfer.

Bachelor's Degrees & Majors

  Bachelor's Degree for Family & Consumer Sciences
UNIVERSITY / LOCATION DEGREE MAJOR LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT
Arizona State UniversityBSFamily & Human Development
None
Northern Arizona UniversityBSEDCareer and Technical Education 90-30 - (Family and Consumer Science Emphasis)
None
University of ArizonaBSFamily Studies & Human Development
2nd Semester Proficiency

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