2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Oct 27, 2020  
2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Consumer Affairs (CA) Major


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Jane Hegland, Head
Department of Design, Merchandising, and Consumer Sciences
SNF 233
605-688-5196
e-mail: jane.hegland@sdstate.edu

Requirements for Consumer Affairs Major - Bachelor of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences:


Freshman Year:


Fall


Fall or Spring


  • SGR Goal 5: Mathematics Credits: 3 *
  • SGR Goal 3: Social Sciences Credits: 3 *
  • SGR Goal 4: Humanities and Arts Credits: 3 *
  • IGR Goal 2: Personal Wellness Credits: 2-3 **
  • Emphasis Electives Credits: 3

Spring


Sophomore Year:


Fall


  • Emphasis Electives Credits: 4

Fall or Spring


  • SGR Goal 4: Humanities and Arts Credits: 3 *
  • IGR Goal 1: Land and Natural Resources Credits: 3 **
  • IGR Goal 3: Social Responsibility/Cultural and Aesthetic Awareness Credits: 3 **

Spring


  • Emphasis Electives Credits: 5

Junior Year:


Fall


  • Emphasis Electives Credits: 6

Spring


  • Emphasis Electives Credits: 3

Senior Year:


Fall


  • Emphasis Electives Credits: 9

Requirements for Family Financial Management Emphasis:


Must take 21 credits from the following list:


Requirements for Consumer Services Management Emphasis:


Must take 21 credits from the following list:


Note:


A grade of “C” or better is required in all courses with a CA prefix.

Curriculum Notes:


* The 30 credit Board of Regents System General Education Requirements (SGRs) must be completed as part of a student’s first 64 credits.

** South Dakota State University has an 8-9 credit Institutional Graduation Requirement (IGRs).

(G) Globalization Requirement.

(AW) Advanced Writing Requirement.

Students must take the proficiency examination after completing 48 credits. English 101, and a course in each of the General Education areas of social science, mathematics, natural science, and humanities and arts must be taken prior to taking this exam.

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