General Family & Consumer Sciences

The General Family & Consumer Sciences (GFCS) program at Baylor University focuses on issues that affect individuals, families and communities. Discussion involves issues that relate to the basic needs of food, shelter, clothing, and relationships. Students in this major study different populations as they encounter the challenges of living and working in a global society. 

Available courses include:

  • Individual and Family Development
  • Housing
  • Child Development
  • Food Service Production
  • Apparel Analysis

Graduates from the General Family & Consumer Sciences program often find career opportunities in government agencies, fashion retail, schools, restaurants, community centers, churches, daycares or social service organizations, among others.

For more information, General Family & Consumer Sciences.