The consumer studies minor provides you with an overview of the role of consumers in the marketplace, consumer rights and responsibilities, and household financial and other resource management.

Total Credit Hours: 18

AHRM Core Requirements (9 Hours)

Consumer Studies Minor Requirments (6 Hours)

Electives (3 Hours)

What You'll Study

The elective courses allow you to focus on consumer policy or household financial issues. Our advisors will also work with you to select the appropriate courses that prepare you to sit for the Accredited Financial Counselor (AFC) examination. You will have the opportunity to take courses including: 

  • Family Financial Management
  • Consumer Rights
  • Financial Counseling 
  • Consumer Protection
  • Housing: Energy and the Environment

 

 

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Contact Us

If you have questions about pursuing a consumer studies minor, please contact:

Irene Leech

240 Wallace Hall
(540) 231-4191