Iowa State University
Continuing Education and Communication Services
Family and Consumer Sciences
Available only in Iowa---Delivered off-campus since 1994, the non-thesis Master of Family and Consumer Sciences is designed for working professionals to enhance skills in your current position and increase your chances for promotion The comprehensive degree requires a minimum of 18-21 credits in two or more of the College of Family and Consumer Sciences departments Family and Consumer Sciences Education and Studies,Food Science and Human Nutrition, Hotel, Restaurant, and Institution Management,Human Development and Family Studies,Textiles and Clothing.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
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