Stephen F. Austin State University

Courses

The following courses in the School of Human Sciences are required to complete the major for Family and Consumer Sciences:

Food and Nutrition

  • HMS 137 Principles of Food Sciences
  • HMS 139 Management in Meal Production
  • HMS 239 Introductory Nutrition

Consumer Economics/Management

  • HMS 440 Consumer Problems

Apparel and Textiles

  • HMS 131 Apparel I
  • HMS 260 Principles of Textile Science
  • HMS 333 Apparel II
  • HMS 343 Visual Merchandising Display

Child Development and Family Living

  • HMS 236 Child Development I
  • HMS 353 Parenting
  • HMS 459 Family Development

Hospitality

  • HMS 302 Hospitality Operations
  • HMS 404 Quantity Food Production and Service

Housing and Interior Design

  • HMS 115 Principles, Elements & Resources in Design
  • HMS 315 Interiors and Decor
  • HMS 460 Housing and Furnishings

Occupational

  • HMS 372 Administration of a Practicum & Programs for Work-based learning in Family and Consumer Sciences

Other required courses in the Department:

  • HMS 100 Foundations in Human Sciences
  • HMS 300 Leadership in Human Sciences
  • HMS 332 Communicating Human Sciences Content
  • HMS 371 Teaching and Learning Processes
  • HMS 400 Professional Speaker Series
  • HMS 420 Practicum

The following courses in the School of Human Sciences are required to complete the major for Family and Consumer Sciences with Composite Certificate:

Food and Nutrition

  • HMS 137 Principles of Food Science
  • HMS 139 Management in Meal Production
  • HMS 239 Introductory Nutrition

Consumer Economics/Management

  • HMS 147 Personal and Family Management
  • HMS 440 Consumer Problems

Apparel and Textiles

  • HMS 131 Apparel I
  • HMS 260 Principles of Textile Science (HECO 1320)
  • HMS 333 Apparel II

Child Development and Family Living

  • HMS 236 Child Development I
  • HMS 353 Parenting
  • HMS 459 Family Development

Hospitality

  • HMS 302 Lodging I
  • HMS 404 Quantity Food Production and Service

Housing and Interior Design

  • HMS 115 Principles, Elements & Resources in Design
  • HMS 315 Interiors and Decor
  • HMS 460 Housing and Furnishing

Occupational

  • HMS 372 Occupational Family and Consumer Sciences
  • HMS 373 Occupational FCS II

Other required courses in the Department:

  • HMS 100 Foundations in Human Sciences
  • HMS 300 Leadership in Human Sciences
  • HMS 332 Communicating Human Sciences Content
  • HMS 371 Teaching and Learning Processes
  • HMS 400 Senior Seminar (1 hour)
  • HMS 447 Student Teaching in Family and Consumer Sciences
  • HMS 478 Special Topics in Human Sciences

The following courses are required for the Hospitality, Nutrition, and Food Sciences Certificate:

Consumer Economics/Management

  • HMS 147 Personal and Family Management

Child Development and Family Living

  • HMS 353 Parenting

OR

  • HMS 459 Family Development

Hospitality/Nutrition/Food Science

  • HMS 137 Principles of Food Science
  • HMS 139 Management in Meal Production
  • HMS 222 Public Health and Safety Management
  • HMS 239 Introductory Nutrition HMS 302 Lodging I
  • HMS 404 Quantity Food Production and Service
  • HMS 405 Food Service Organization and Management

Occupational

  • HMS 372 Administration of a Practicum & Programs for Work-based learning in Family and Consumer Sciences

Other required courses in the department:

  • HMS 100 Foundations in Human Sciences
  • HMS 300 Leadership in Human Sciences
  • HMS 332 Communicating Human Sciences Content
  • HMS 400 Senior Seminar (1 hour)
  • HMS 478 Special Topics in Human Sciences

Select either:

Nutrition/Food Science

  • HMS 133 Survey of Foods, Nutrition, and Dietetics
  • HMS 331 Experimental Food Science
  • HMS 339 Nutrition
  • HMS 409 Applied Nutrition

OR

Hospitality

  • HMS 102 Introduction to Hospitality Industry
  • HMS 202 Travel and Tourism
  • HMS 220 Convention and Club Management
  • HMS 304 Purchasing in the Hospitality Industry
  • HMS 305 Food and Beverage Cost Control in the Hospitality Industry

The following courses are required for the Family and Consumer Sciences with Human Development and Family Studies Certificate:

Consumer Economics/Management

  • HMS 440 Consumer Problem

Occupational

  • HMS 372 Administration of a Practicum & Programs for Work-based learning in Family and Consumer Sciences

Child Development and Family Living

  • HMS 146 Introduction to Child Development and Family Living
  • HMS 236 Child Development I
  • HMS 241 Sensory, Perceptual, Motor Development of Young Children
  • HMS 242 Family, School, & Community Relations
  • HMS 336 Adult Development in the Family Context
  • HMS 340 Family Approach to Middle Childhood/Adolescent Development
  • HMS 343 Visual Merchandising Display
  • HMS 441 The Contemporary Family
  • HMS 443 Infant Growth and Development
  • HMS 459 Family Development
  • HMS 445 Economic Education Concepts and Strategies

Food, Nutrition, and Dietetics

  • HMS 239 Introductory Nutrition

Housing/Interior Design

  • HMS 460 Housing and Furnishing

Other required courses in the department:

  • HMS 100 Foundations in Human Sciences
  • HMS 300 Leadership in Human Sciences
  • HMS 332 Communicating Human Sciences Content
  • HMS 371 Teaching and Learning Processes
  • HMS 440 Consumer Problems
  • HMS 478 Special Topics in Human Sciences

In addition to these courses, the student must complete the general education requirements.