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Family and Consumer Sciences

Degrees offered in Coeur d'Alene
Master's of Science


Program Delivery Method
The master's degree is a mixture of live and online courses, depending on the individual student's study plan.


About the Program
The graduate program in the Margaret Ritchie School of Family and Consumer Sciences at the University of Idaho offers coursework and research opportunities concerning individuals and families across their life spans. An integrated approach prepares students for the complexities of our global society through the study of issues in child development and nutrition.

The graduate student experience includes classroom, practica, and research opportunities. Internships in community agencies and businesses help students relate their education to professional opportunities. Graduate student research is closely aligned with faculty interests that currently include:

  • Quality child care
  • Feeding young children in group settings
  • Community Nutrition

FCS Thesis Requirements - 3 options


More Information
» Margaret Ritchie School of Family and Consumer Sciences

Dr. Samantha Ramsay, Family and Consumer Sciences
sramsay@uidaho.edu
Advisor: Nutrition, Dietetics
Dr. SeAnne Safaii, Family and Consumer Sciences
sjsafaii@uidaho.edu
Advisor: Nutrition, Dietetics