Consumer and Family Financial Services, Bachelor of Science in Human Ecology
Good with numbers? Good with people? A bachelor’s degree in consumer and family financial services prepares you for a career helping people, businesses or organizations make sense of complex financial concepts, data and policies. You’ll learn the analytical and people-skills to help your clients or employer make better decisions in the real world.
With this certification, you’ll achieve the highest standard in financial planning, and be prepared to help individuals and families plan for their financial futures.
Learn how real-world economic policies and issues affect the way consumers use limited resources. Undergraduate research and a focus on consumer analytics are just a couple ways this program can strengthen your resume, and help you prepare for a career in analytics at a business or organization.
It was extremely beneficial for my peers and me to gain real world knowledge from our professors who were practicing what they were teaching us daily.
A student organization, advised by a Certified Financial Planner, providing networking, resume workshops, insights into the industry and advanced notice to jobs and internships.
A unique way to get experience in financial coaching and make an impact in the future of your peers.
A three-course sequence provides the knowledge and experience to meet individuals and families where they are, help them build a strong financial foundation, realize their goals, and achieve lasting financial well-being.
CSCFFS 2260 Family Financial Management
“The class will solidify and add to your understanding of personal and family finance, setting you up for future success. I strongly believe that no matter what you study, a personal finance course should be required for graduation.”
CONSCI 2910 Consumer Problems and Perspectives
One of the most helpful courses to learn about saving and borrowing, education, health insurance, fraud, housing and food safety. This student-described “growing-up course” examines common market issues impacting consumers and how to devise solutions.