FACS 2000 prepares students to build their bridge to success. FACS 2001 prepares students to become leaders in family and consumer sciences through an in depth exploration of their leadership style.
What FACS 2000 does for you
- examine the role of family and consumer sciences
- help you navigate the transition to college
- connect your in class and out of class experiences
- facilitate relationships between your peers, faculty, staff and alumni
- introduce you to student engagement opportunities
- assisst you in developing academic, personal and career development goals
The class connects you to people, resources, and opportunities at UGA and within the College of Family and Consumer Sciences. This is a required course for all College of Family and Consumer Sciences undergraduate majors, but is designed specifically to introduce new students to FACS. FACS 2000 is available fall and spring semesters. The class meets twice a week for up to nine weeks and is 1 credit hour course. There is a FACS 2000E option for third year students and higher. The class is only open to students with a FACS major.
What FACS 2001 does for you
- delve into the history of family and consumer sciences, leadership models, leadership from a diversity and inclusion perspective, and
- develop your own mission/philosophy/values statement as it relates to family and consumer sciences and leadership.
This is an elective course for College of Family and Consumer Sciences undergraduate majors. Discussions include the personal, professional, and technical elements involved in leadership development. FACS 2001 is typically available every spring semester. The class is only open to students with a FACS major. The class meets twice a week and is a 1 credit hour course.