Acquire the core technical competencies necessary to be a leader in your field. Degrees are offered in three concentrations: Consumer Economics, Financial Planning, and Housing.
We offer four paths to your degree:
Double Dawgs can take up to 12 graduate credit hours while they are an undergraduate. Upon completion of their undergraduate degree, the Double Dawg will apply to the Graduate School for admission into the graduate program.
Professional Master's non-thesis option
If you plan a career in applied settings as a consumer analytics researcher or financial planner
May be completed on campus (Consumer Analytics, Consumer Economics, and Financial Planning options) or online (Financial Planning)
Master's with thesis
If you plan a research-oriented career or may apply to a Ph.D. program
If you desire the highest level of research-based academic preparation
Each program provides in-depth study in a concentration of your choosing:
- Financial planning
- Housing management and policy
- Consumer economics
Your coursework is centered in the Department yet draws upon the best courses from across the University. This approach helps you to acquire the core competencies you need to be a leader in your field while developing the topical expertise that motivated you to continue your education.
For a list and brief description of all FHCE courses, visit the UGA Bulletin and select prefix FHCE.
For all current and prior semester syllabi, visit the UGS Syllabus System page and select Syllabus system browse.
If our programs can help you meet your academic and career goals, contact our Graduate Coordinator Assistant with any questions about our programs. Or, request information directly from the Graduate School.
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