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Family and Consumer Sciences Human Sciences MS Degree

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NCCU's Master of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences, provides four areas of specialization: textiles and apparel, foods and nutrition, human development and family studies, or health promotion and human services. All graduate majors are expected to hold membership in the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (AAFCS).


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