School of Human Ecology
The School of Human Ecology has a long history of serving a diverse cross-section of the public through its programs, centers, laboratories, and community involvement. The faculty share in a network of responsibility that provides students with a basis for reinterpreting the traditions of Human Ecology to meet the current and future challenges in their families, communities, and the marketplace. At the core of instruction is the faculty’s concern for the student’s professional growth, leadership development, ethical awareness, and well being as productive citizens.
Applied learning is the hallmark of all majors in Human Ecology. The strength of the curriculum is the multi-disciplinary foundation of each of the specialties that come together with a coordinated and integrated focus. Students will develop as professionals, providing leadership in a diverse, global marketplace which emphasizes technical, interpersonal, and people management skills. The integration of the disciplines within Human Ecology will empower students to enhance the well-being of individuals, families, and communities.
- Child and Family Development B.S. (Concentration in Child Development)
- Child and Family Development B.S. (Concentration in Child Life)
- Child and Family Development B.S. (Concentration in Family Services)
- Child and Family Development B.S. Concentration in Birth Through Kindergarten (Certification Track)
- Child and Family Development B.S. Concentration in Birth-Kindergarten (Non-Certification Track)
- Fashion Merchandising and Apparel Design B.S. (Emphasis in Design)
- Fashion Merchandising and Apparel Design B.S. (Emphasis in Merchandising)
- Interior Design B.S.
- Recreation B.S. (Emphasis in Outdoor Recreation)
- Recreation B.S. (Emphasis in Recreational Therapy)
- Recreation B.S. (Emphasis in Tourism and Community Leisure Services)