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Serving Others, Shaping Lives
Help build sustainable communities by learning more about issues that directly affect family economic well-being.
In this program you will gain skills to work as consumer and community services professionals, serving the needs of people across the lifespan. Students will study personal finance, debt management, consumer economics and housing issues as they apply to individuals, households, families and communities.
This option has an applied focus in order to help prepare students for careers in the financial services or community development fields.
This program could be a good fit if you:
- Work well with other people
- Are interested in the complexity of human relationships
- Want to make a positive difference
- Have strong communication skills
- Are involved in your community
With this degree, you could become a/an:
- Family counselor
- Work-life specialist
- Family advocate
- Family life educator
- Financial counselor
Agricultural Economics, B.S.