Professor Elizabeth Haley, Dean
The College of Human Sciences offers graduate programs leading to the following degrees:
Master of Science with majors in Environmental Design; Food and Nutrition; Family and Consumer Sciences Education; Family Financial Planning; Human Development and Family Studies; and Restaurant, Hotel, and Institutional Management.
Doctor of Philosophy with majors in Environmental Design and Consumer Economics; Food and Nutrition; Family and Consumer Sciences Education; Human Development and Family Studies; and Marriage and Family Therapy.
The interdisciplinary doctoral program represents the cooperative efforts of the three departments within the college and draws upon related disciplines in the other colleges and schools of the University. The program consists of (1) a core requirement of at least 15 semester hours (including interdepartmental human sciences courses and a research collateral), (2) an area specialization of at least 15 hours, (3) a collateral of at least 12 hours, and (4) a dissertation based on original research. Applicants must have the master's degree or its equivalent. Master's degree work may, upon evaluation, be considered as a part of the requirements for the doctoral degree. Degree requirements vary depending on the academic background of the student and the area of specialization chosen.
Persons interested in graduate programs should consult earlier sections of this catalog for information concerning University requirements for master's and doctoral degrees. Information about the graduate minor in Risk-Taking Behavior is provided under the "Opportunities for Interdisciplinary Study" section of this catalog. Admission to master's degree programs requires the recommendation of the department and the approval of the Graduate Dean. Admission to the doctoral program requires the recommendation of the department and the college as well as approval of the Graduate Dean.
Applicants for master's degree programs should consult the departmental sections that follow. Applicants for the doctoral program should contact the Dean of the College of Human Sciences and the chairperson of the proposed department offering the specialization for college and departmental guidelines.
Courses in Human Sciences. (HUSC)
5311. Problems in Human Sciences (3). May be repeated for credit.
6000. Master's Thesis (V1-12).
6307. Professional Issues in Human Sciences (3:3:0). Social, economic, and environmental changes impacting society and the response of human sciences professionals through education, research, and outreach programs in higher education. Focus on administrative leadership skills needed by leaders in the profession.
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