Kitchen Design:The Department of Apparel, Housing, and Resource Management
    Kitchen Design:The Department of Apparel, Housing, and Resource Management
    Consumer Studies:The Department of Apparel, Housing, and Resource Management
    Kelsey Dominick
    Property Management
    Residential Environments and Design student works with blueprints.
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Majors and Options in AHRM

 

   

Consumer Studies: The Department of Apparel, Housing, and Resource Management Consumer Studies prepares graduates to analyze issues and problems from the perspective of consumers, business, and government. Students learn to advocate for consumer interests, track economic, social, and political changes, and help consumers improve their personal and financial well-being.

   

Fashion Merchandising and Design Fashion Merchandising and Design is an internationally recognized program that prepares students for their dream careers in the exciting world of fashion-related fields, including professional positions in fashion design, technical design, product development, international sourcing, buying, and retail management.

   

Property Management Property Management offers a fast-growing career encompassing positions in luxury and affordable apartment developments, senior living communities, mixed-use, and office and retail properties. Graduates are in demand for their knowledge and skills that address the complexities of managing multimillion-dollar investments.

 

   

Residential Environment and Design student at work in the Advanced Kitchen and Bath Design studio lab Residential Environments and Design focuses on the design, selection, and marketing of residential spaces and products. Graduates can become certified kitchen and bath designers, work in manufacturing and marketing of housing products, such as appliances and home furnishings, and support residential construction.

   

Family and Consumer Sciences Family and Consumer Sciences is an interdisciplinary program with courses in consumer studies, family finance, housing, apparel, child development, family studies, nutrition, and health. Content in the core areas of Family and Consumer Sciences prepares students to pursue careers in teaching, community service, and industry.