Enjoy our Family and Consumer Sciences' Newsletter (PDF).
Family and Consumer Sciences’ Myunghee Sohn knows the future of fashion could be in the use of digital avatars.
Family and Consumer Sciences’ Libby Gustin, who hosts a TV show called “Libby’s Sustainable Kitchen,” part of her efforts to get everyone to eat healthier.
Study Abroad is Offered by Our Different Option Areas:
Study Abroad in Child Development
Take the CDFS 490: Learning about Children and Families Living in Europe: A Visit to Croatia, Bosnia, Montenegro, and Slovenia (3 Units) course.
Learn about the history, culture, the war years, the recovery, the ethnic diversity of the Families in Central Europe. Personally see the plight of children and families, the tremendous challenges they suffered, and hear stories of survival and endurance. Visit a church, a mosque, and a synagogue.
Study Abroad: Fashion Merchandising
- Summer Session 2020
- French Fashion Culture
- FCSE 490
- Open to all majors (no background necessary)
- Course taught by Professor Suzanne Marshall (CSULB Fashion Merchandising and Design) in collaboration with Paris fashion professionals. For more information and application form contact Professor Marshall or see International Education & Global Engagement
New York Fashion Study Tour
Class Highlights Include:
- Tickets to Broadway play, Metropolitan Art Museum Costume Exhibit, FIT
- 8-10 Seminars such as Fashion Designers showrooms, fashion workrooms, textile companies, Manhattan retailers, costume designers, vintage clothing companies, and more
- Half-day city tour of Manhattan
Study Abroad: Food Science
Distilling and Brewing Technology in Barbados (PDF)
(2 weeks abroad, 1 week online)
Contact Dr. Cheryl Rock for more information
Study Abroad in Hospitality Management
Summer Study-Abroad Program at Tamkang University, Taiwan sponsored by CSULB HFHM 274 (G.E. - D2 & Global Issues): International Hospitality Development (3 units)
CSULB Tuition & course materials for HFHM 274 & Chinese Language, insurance, airport transfers, accommodation, transportation, field trips, & some meals.
College of Continuing & Professional Education, CSULB 562-985-5561
International Students Interested in Coming for Short-term Study at California State University, Long Beach
Students from the international community, University Program Brochure (PDF)
The CSULB-ISPP through the DPD
The CSULB Individualized Supervised Practice Pathways (CSULB-ISPP) accepts applications for dietetic interns in the spring, after DICAS matching. ISPP programs were developed in coordination with ACEND to offer more opportunities to DPD graduates for supervised practice hours. The CSULB-ISPP accepts up to 25 dietetic interns each year who complete supervised practice in the state of California. CSULB Nutrition and Dietetics graduates are given preference, but the application is open to all DPD graduates who have applied and not been matched through DICAS on at least one occasion. For more information or questions about the application process, there is an informational board located upstairs in the FCS building, near the Child Care center. Or please contact the CHHS DPD Director, Dr. Rachel Blaine.