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FACS Courses Powerpoint

If you would like to view the course PowerPoint for FACS please view the link below:

FACS PowerPoint

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Contact Information

Teacher Extension
Sarah Adams 2885
Marla Badalucco, Department Chair 2825
Emily Bryant 6878
Amy Mallams 7075
Tracy Silvey 2840
FACS

Family and consumer sciences is the comprehensive body of skills, research, and knowledge that helps people make informed decisions about their well being, relationships, and resources to achieve optimal quality of life. The field represents many areas, including human development, personal and family finance, housing and interior design, food science, nutrition, and wellness, textiles and apparel, and consumer issues.

 

Today’s FACS professionals practice in multiple settings. They are early childhood, elementary, secondary, university/college, and Extension educators, administrators and managers, human service professionals, researchers, community volunteers, business people, and consultants who address the issues most important to our quality of life.