Child Development & Family Relations
       Family and Consumer Sciences Education Standards and Accreditations
Standards
  • Plan, implement, and assess FACS programs consistent with the developmental needs of students in grades 7-12
  • Plan, implement, and manage a comprehensive career development delivery system
  • Develop skills to implement student professional organizations
  • Study family relationships and human development across the life span; family, work, and resource management; principles, selection, care and design of apparel and textile products; housing and interior design; and foods, nutrition, and wellness
  • Study the conceptual framework of teacher education: diversity, technology, reflections, and partnership

 

North Carolina Licensure

Upon successful completion of all requirements for the FACS major, you are eligible for a license to teach in the public schools of North Carolina.

In addition to licensure, students are encouraged to become certified as family and consumer scientists (CFCS). For more information about national certification and state licensure, contact the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences at www.aafcs.org and the North Carolina Department of Education at www.ncpublicschools.org.
   
In order to earn a Child Life Professional Certification, you must apply for the certification and obtain a passing score on the Child Life Professional Certification Examination. To find out more about the Child Life Professional Certification, visit www.childlife.org.  
   
The FACS program is accreditation by the National Council of Teacher Education (NCTE) and the Public Schools of North Carolina, Department of Public Instruction.  
   
   
   
   
Please feel free to contact us at:
CDFR@ecu.edu or 252-328-6908.
     
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