Family Interiors Nutrition & Apparel (FINA) Department

The Family Interiors Nutrition & Apparel (FINA) Department comprises four programs that are uniquely woven together to provide an integrative educational student experience that furthers understanding of contemporary issues and approaches that impact the food, shelter, clothing, and relationship needs of individuals, families, and communities. Graduates from our programs are qualified and gain access to jobs in retail, manufacturing, showrooms, hospitals and schools, focused on their area of specialization.


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Family & Consumer Sciences

With two program emphases, Child & Family Sciences and Nutrition/Foodservice Management, students acquire an understanding of family relations/child growth, management dynamics, and nutrition, as solutions to the physical, social, and psychological needs of families.

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Interior Design

Our program is designed with the goal of providing students with comprehensive understanding of the impact interior design has on individuals, families, communities, and at the global level. 

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This is an accredited Didactic Program in Dietetics preparing students for careers in clinical dietetics, nutrition education in hospitals, industry, or government agencies, and foodservice systems management.

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Apparel Design & Merchandising

With two program emphases, Apparel Design & Apparel Merchandising, students explore human behavior, social problems and environmental concerns, interpreting influences and outcomes for the globally interdependent apparel industry.

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Graduate Certificate/Dietetic Internship Program

An 11-month program providing the knowledge and supervised practice requirements necessary to be eligible to take the Registered Dietitian (R.D.) examination. Interns are placed in rotations while taking graduate level academic courses in nutrition.

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MA in Family & Consumer Sciences

Designed to prepare students for advanced studies of individual, family, and community issues using an interdisciplinary approach. Students gain a greater understanding of current issues and trends in apparel design & merchandising, interior design, nutrition/dietetics, and family studies



Scholarship Recipient

Monday, October 30, 2017

Annual DI Workshop

Saturday, October 07, 2017

SFSU Dietetic Interns

Wednesday, August 09, 2017


Sneaker Workshop

Friday, October 27, 2017 to Saturday, October 28, 2017
BH 410