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College of Education, Health and Human Services
The Master of Arts in Human Development and Family Studies provides students with advanced knowledge in the fields of family sciences and human development and the opportunity to develop multidisciplinary research and community outreach skills. Coursework enables students to apply to become Certified Family Life Educators. Graduates are prepared for leadership and teaching positions in the social services, junior and community colleges and cooperative extension, and/or for pursuing doctoral-level study.
Official transcript(s), 3.0 GPA, goal statement and three letters of recommendation.
Please refer to the university policy for graduate admission.
Core requirements are HDFS 64023, HDFS 64024, EVAL 65510, EVAL 65511 and EPSY 65523. A total of 32 semester hours are required.
Either a Masters Thesis or a Masters Project is required.
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