As a community wellness major, you prepare to be an active advocate for healthy lifestyle choices. You’re equipped to work in public health agencies, corporate settings and human service agencies.
The dietetics major gives you the academic and professional foundation you need to pursue registered dietitian credentials.
As a family and consumer sciences educator, you’re qualified to teach junior high and high school students, in addition to community members in a range of cooperative and corporate education settings.
The family and consumer sciences major is a degree you can shape for your interest in family studies, child development, foods, clothing and textiles, or housing and design.
As a hospitality leadership major, you learn how to be successful in facilities management, food service, lodging, event planning, travel or tourism.
As a retail merchandising major, you learn the business and creative processes behind the fashion industry.