Family and Consumer Sciences Education graduates are in high demand for teaching positions.
As a teacher, you will interact with middle and high school students and help to shape their futures. You will be a part of developing students' lives in areas such as eating healthy, developing in their families, and improving their homes.
FACS Education majors often have multiple teaching offers in the state of Georgia after graduation. FACS Education graduates teach courses in nutrition, parenting, childcare, fashion merchandising, and interior design. Graduates are also employed as educators by government entities, business and industry, or community based non-profits.
The FACS Education curriculum is comprised of College of Education teaching methodology courses and courses from each of the departments in the College of Family and Consumer Sciences:
- Human Development and Family Science
- Nutritional Sciences
- Financial Planning, Housing and Consumer Economics
- Textiles, Merchandising and Interiors
Double Dawgs Pathway
- Family and Consumer Sciences Education B.S.F.C.S. / Workforce Education M.A.T. Contact Elaine Adams for information regarding this program.
Clinical Associate Professor; Director, FACS Education Program; Associate Director, National Center for Home Food Preservation