Careers by degree

Some of these occupations may require additional education at Graduate or Professional schools. For information on qualifications and career specifics consult the Occupational Outlook Handbook or other career resources or meet with a career advisor or FCS faculty member.

Apparel Design

  • Apparel Designer
  • CAD designer
  • clothing specialist
  • Consultant
  • costume designer
  • Display designer
  • fabric buyer
  • Fashion consultant
  • Fashion coordinator
  • Fashion illustrator
  • Home economist
  • Manufacturers
  • Rep Pattern Designer/Maker
  • Store Manager
  • Textile Designer

FCS Education

  • Educator
  • Outreach worker
  • Caseworker
  • Caterer
  • Child care director
  • consultant
  • Early child development intervention
  • Food editor
  • Home economist
  • Manufacturers
  • Rep Parent educator
  • Recipe developer
  • Store Manager
  • Teacher

FCS Extension

  • 4-H Agent
  • Outreach worker
  • Caseworker
  • Child Advocate
  • consultant
  • Food editor
  • Home economist
  • Manufacturers Rep
  • Parent educator
  • Recipe developer
  • Store Manager

Catering & Event Planning Concentration

  • Caterer Food editor
  • Food service manager
  • Home economist
  • Kitchen supervisor
  • Manufacturers Rep
  • Recipe developer
  • Store Manager

FCS Resource Management

The family and consumer resource management field deals with complex issues that involved family finances as well as other resources such as people and time. Because the field deals with complex issues, professionals much demonstrate interpersonal, problem-solving, and analytical skills. As a result of these complex issues, professionals in the family and consumer resource management field who understand these family and societal changes and can relate them to families, education, the business world, and the public sector are needed more than ever.