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Study Home Economics at St. Angela’s College - New for 2019!

Posted on September 5, 2019
St. Angela’s College are delighted to welcome our first cohort of BA in Home Economics students this September. 

This new four year programme (AS054) is aimed at students who have a passion for Home Economics and wish to study the disciplines of the subject which include Food Studies, Family Resource Management and Textiles, Fashion and Design.

Careers after graduation:

There are opportunities for graduates to be employed by national or international governmental or non-governmental agencies focusing on family and child wellbeing; consumer advocacy; and health promotion. Graduates will have capacity to work with both private and State organisations as food advisors, or community Home Economists.

There is also potential to take a commercial pathway and enter into the private business sector in the areas of food; textiles and fashion and interior entrepreneurship.

Graduates who wish to peruse a teaching career may undertake a two year PME (NUI Galway).

For more infoamation click here.  


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