Family and Consumer Sciences

Child and Family Studies – Students have basic knowledge and skills in child development, family relationships, parenting, developmental disabilities and life cycle development.

Contact: Dr. Keith Dooley, 731-881-7112, wdooler@utm.edu

 

Dietetics; Food and Nutrition – Students have basic knowledge and skills in nutrition, food science and food systems management.

Contact: Amy Richards, 731-881-7742, aricha54@utm.edu

 

Family and Consumer Science Education – Students have basic knowledge and skills in child and family studies, nutrition and foods, interior design, consumer resources management, textiles and clothing.

Contact: Dr. Lisa LeBleu, 731-881-7116, llebleu@utm.edu

 

Fashion Merchandising – Student have basic knowledge and skills in visual merchandising and fashion buying, design, trends, history and promotion.

Contact: Dr. Sue Byrd, 731-881-7103, sbyrd@utm.edu

 

Gerontology – Students have basic knowledge and skills in adult development, family relationships, aging, death and dying, elder care and health, education and resources, societal issues and public policy.

Contact: Dr. Keith Dooley, 731-881-7112, wdooley@utm.edu

 

Hospitality and Food Services Management – Students have basic knowledge and skills in food service systems, quantity food management, food and beverage management, sanitation, management and marketing, event planning and culinary arts.

Contact: Lori Littleton, 731-881-7107, loril@utm.edu

 

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