Family and Consumer Sciences provides integrative educational programs and conducts research focused on reciprocal relationships; relationships among individuals, families, and their near environments with the goal of improving the quality of life within a dynamic global community.
This fall 2013 semester career and technical education pre-interns and interns will have access to extensive online lesson planning, teaching, and assessment resources in the business and family & consumer sciences areas through iCEV. Career and technical education at Western Michigan University is the only post secondary institution in Michigan allowing pre-interns and interns this opportunity for the fall 2013 semester.
Looking for online classes?
Check out the Bachelor of Science in Family Studies/Child and Family Development and the Master of Arts in Career and Technical Education.
Faculty member creates garment to be presented at international conference
» Assistant Professor co-wrote article published in Child & Family Social Work