What Can I Do With a Major In Family and Consumer Sciences Education?
UGA Specific Information for Family and Consumer Sciences Education
The FACS Education curriculum is comprised of College of Education teaching methodology courses and from the following degree program areas offered by the College of Family and Consumer Sciences: Human Development and Family Science; Foods and Nutrition; Financial Planning, Housing and Consumer Economics; and Textiles, Merchandising and Interiors. Completers of this program will be eligible for state educator certification in Family and Consumer Sciences for grades 6-12.
Graduates may be employed in schools, extension offices and education centers as FACS educators. FACS educators are equipped to help others improve their quality of their lives in areas such as eating healthy, developing in their families, and improving their homes. FACS Education majors have multiple teaching offers in the State of Georgia after graduation. Placement is 100%. FACS Education graduates teach courses in nutrition, parenting, childcare, fashion merchandising, and interior design. Graduates are also employed as educators by government entities, business and industry, or community based non-profits.
Class of 2019 Career Outcomes for Family and Consumer Sciences Education*
** Includes Self-Employed
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- Family & Consumer Scienced Education Academic Advisor - Debra Peavler
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CAMPUS STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
- Student Association of Family and Consumer Sciences
- Phi Upsilon Omicron (FACS Honor Society)
- Kappa Delta Epsilon
- Collegiate Middle Level Association
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- Georgia Charter Schools Association • Georgia Department of Education • Georgia Independent School Association • Georgia Independent School Association • Georgia Independent School Association • SchoolSpring • Southern Teachers Agency • Teachers-Teachers.com • TeachGeorgia • The American Association for Employment in Education Job Board • Jobs in Extension, Outreach, Research, and Higher Education • U.S. Department of State - Teaching Overseas
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS - National Alliance of Black School Educators • National Education Association • Association of American Educators • National Coalition for Family and Consumer Sciences Education
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The information below represents employers and position titles from the Class of 2019 Career Outcomes Survey. To view historical Career Outcomes for this major, click here and select "Historical Data" from the navigation menu.
|Camden County School District||Culinary Teacher||Forsyth County Schools||Family and Consumer Science Teacher||Fulton County School System||Family and Consumer Science Teacher||Whitfield County Schools||Foods and Nutrition Educator|
GRADUATE/PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS ATTENDED BY UGA Family and Consumer Sci Educ - Bachelor's Degree MAJORS FOR THE CLASS OF 2019**