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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

Nutrition Specialization Emphasis

BE100 Introduction to Psychology.................................3 CH151 **General Chemistry I...........................................4 CH152 **General Chemistry II.........................................4 LS151 Organismic Biology..............................................4 LS322 Human Physiology................................................4 LS362 Medical Microbiology...........................................4 CH351 Organic Chemistry................................................4

____ *Science Elective.........................................3 or 4

FCS

304 Nutrition for Children replaces BE301 Child & Ado-

lescent Development in the core.

Total units required for emphasis....................................63 or 64

*See Department Nutrition Specialization Advising Worksheet

**Units fulfilled as general education science

Minor in Family & Consumer Sciences

The requirements for a minor in Family and

Consumer Sciences are 21 semester units in the

department course offerings. This includes FCS101

and a minimum of 12 units of upper division

coursework. All prerequisites for upper division

coursework must be fulfilled.

Course Offerings in

Family & Consumer

Sciences

FCS101 Orientation to Family and Consumer

Sciences (1)

Introduction to the requirements and opportunities

for the Family and Consumer Scientist in various

professional fields. (Supply fee $10.)

FCS102 Fundamentals of Clothing Construction

(4)

Development of proficiency in the execution of

professional clothing construction skills. Introduction

to fabric selection, clothing construction equipment,

and garment construction. (Lab fee $100.)

FCS201 Nutrition (3)

Fundamentals of nutrition, with emphasis on

practical application of principles throughout the

life cycle.

Prerequisite: Science background recommended.

FCS202 Principles of Food Preparation (4)

Principles and techniques of food preparation.

Consideration of the physical and chemical

properties of food as related to methods and

techniques of preparation. (Lab fee $150.)

FCS203 Fundamentals of Interiors (3)

Basic design concepts as applied to interior

environments. The history of architecture is

discussed. Analysis of functional and aesthetic factors

involved in planning interior spaces. (Lab fee $35.)

FCS204 Clothing Selection (3)

Basic design concepts as applied to clothing. The

history of costume is discussed. (Lab fee $35.)

FCS205 Textiles (1)

Introduction to basic textiles which includes a study

of fiber types, yarns, fabric types, finishes, dyes, textile

care, performance testing, as well as textile laws and

regulations. Selection, use, and care of textiles are

addressed. (Lab fee $25.)

FCS301 Women in Society (3)

Emphasisupontheindividualuniquenessof thewoman,

her human potential, and her impact upon society.

FCS302 Principles of Pattern Alteration (1)

Concepts of pattern alteration as they relate to the

construction of garments which reflect professional

fit.

Prerequisite: FCS102 recommended.

FCS303 Intermediate Clothing (4)

Advanced clothing construction skills and study

of specified fibers.

Prerequisite: FCS102; concurrent

enrollment in FCS302 recommended

. (Lab fee $100.)

FCS304 Nutrition for Children (3)

An integrated course covering the specific nutritional

requirements of children for optimal mental and

physical growth.

Prerequisites: FCS201, FCS202,

FCS305, FCS305L suggested.

(Lab fee $25.)

FCS305 Meal Management (4)

The planning, preparation, and service of nutritionally

adequate and aesthetically pleasing meals. Emphasis

on management of physical, personal, and financial

resources, as well as biblical hospitality in relation to

family goals and needs concerning food.

Prerequisites:

FCS201 and FCS202.

(Lab fee $175.)

FCS306 Principles of Family Finance (3)

Development of a financial planning system based

on personal and family goals, including the evaluation

of banking services, consumer credit, housing costs,