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Courses that do not have a term notation are not offered on a set rotation. The number of semester credit hours which a course carries is listed in parentheses following the course title.

FC 111 Sewing Basics (3) Offered Spring. Students learn the fundamental techniques of sewing. Basic clothing construction and projects for home décor will be introduced. Skills will be developed through practice in the sewing lab.

FC 118 Food Preparation (3) Offered Fall, Spring. Students learn essential food preparation techniques through practicing basic cooking and baking skills.

FC 342 Meal Planning and Service (3) Offered Fall, Spring. Prereq.: FC 118. Students will learn to consider biblical hospitality as well as cultural differences when planning, preparing, and serving various types of meals. Students gain hands-on experience in the Culinary Arts Lab.

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Alumni Employed or in Grad School Within 1 Year

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