Family & Consumer Sciences (M.S.)

School of Family & Consumer Sciences

The graduate program offers coursework and research opportunities concerning individuals and families across their life spans. An integrated approach prepares students for the complexities of our global society through the study of issues in child development, family sciences, nutrition, resource management, and clothing and textiles.

The graduate student experience includes classroom, practica, and research opportunities. The school's Child Development Laboratory provides a special resource for both teaching and research activities. Internships in community agencies and businesses help students relate their education to professional opportunities.

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Area(s) of Study
Child/Human Development and Family Science/Studies
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