Building a teachable, practical foundation.
Education is not just about knowledge; it is also about skills. Classroom technique is the key - that’s what SDSU can provide to give educators a boost in methods and curricula. If you have a passion for equipping middle and high school students with practical skills in the consumer sciences, SDSU's M.S. in Human Sciences - Family and Consumer Sciences Education Specialization can provide you with the information, techniques and personal experience needed to gain teaching licensure. Taught entirely online, this degree offers flexible course options. Option A may especially appeal to graduates with a bachelor’s degree in nutrition, human development or another area of family and consumer sciences who are interested in becoming certified to teach family and consumer sciences. Option B focuses on professional development and advancement, and would benefit family and consumer sciences teachers (grades 7-12), extension educators, 4-H professionals, curriculum specialists, service unit educators as well as human resources professionals in government, business or industry.
Is it for you?
This program will be a good fit if you:
- Hold an undergraduate degree in family and consumer sciences or a related field
- Enjoy conducting research in the field
- Want to contribute positively to the family environment
- Enjoy working with people
- Have strong leadership, communication, and critical-thinking skills
- Family and consumer sciences educator
- Director of a childcare center
- Director of a social services program
- Product developer
- Financial planner
- Family advocate