Graduate Degree - Family Studies - Master of Arts

Program:
Family Studies - Master of Arts
Program Code:
7642 Family Studies
Program Level:
Graduate
Award Type:
Master of Arts
Start Term:
US06
End Term:
FS09
College:
College of Social Science
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Department:
Department of Human Development and Family Studies
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College of Social Science

Department of Human Development and Family Studies

Graduate Study
Family Studies - Master of Arts

This program emphasizes interpersonal relationships in the family and the interdependence of the family unit with other social systems.  Studies include courses in family theory, human sexuality, aging, and family crises.

The major work is interdisciplinary in character.  Courses are drawn from the departments of Family and Child Ecology, Psychology, and Sociology and others.  The minor may be selected from such fields as sociology, psychology, counseling and guidance, or social work.