Prospective Students

Agricultural
Information Science

Agricultural Information Science

…prepares students to enter professions requiring extensive knowledge and skill in solving agriculturally-related problems.

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Agricultural Science

Agricultural Science

…prepares individuals for a variety of agriculturally-related careers.



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Fashion Design
& Merchandising

Apparel, Textiles and Merchandising

…provides students with an understanding of the apparel and textile industries, consumer behavior, product knowledge, and business principles.

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Human Development
& Family Studies

Human Development and Family Studies

…an interdisciplinary lifespan approach to the study of children, youth, and families.


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Licensing

Students completing a major in Human Sciences with a concentration in Human Development & Family Studies and an emphasis in Child Studies and choosing to pursue Pre-K/K licensure take both the Praxis II Education of Young Children (0021/5021) and the Praxis II Principles of Learning and Teaching: Early Childhood (0621/5621).

  • In the past year, three students have taken the exam; one student has passed, one is awaiting results, and one will retake the exam.
Students completing a major in Human Sciences with a concentration in Human Development & Family Studies and an emphasis in Family & Consumer Sciences Teacher Education and pursuing FCS licensure take the Family & Consumer Science (7-12) test.
  • In the past two years, two students have taken the test and both students have passed.

Graduation Rates and Retention

  2006 Cohort 2007 Cohort
Enrolled 40 60
4-year grads 14 37.84% 25 47.17%
5-year grads 14 75.68% 16 77.36%
6-year grads 4 86.49% 2 81.13%
Retention 87.5% 85.0%

Scholarships

The 2015-2016 School of Human Sciences scholarship application is now available online. The deadline to apply is January 31.

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