You can earn a Humanities degree and learn how to cook and sew your own dresses at the same time! Southwestern Baptist Seminary is offering a concentration in “homemaking studies” along with a rigorous Bachelor of Arts program at their Ft. Worth campus. You can read an article about it here. [Bonnet Tip: Cara Michele]
Only female students are allowed to take the sewing and nutrition (cooking) classes. Brava! Brava! What I would like to know is, do the women flock to these courses? Do they have to turn away students? I’m betting they do. Young women feel a strong lack of home management skills as evidenced through all the internet sites like Fly Lady and others.
Would you take a homemaking concentration in college? Is it time to bring back Home Economics as a viable higher education plan?