Family and Consumer Sciences () < University of Akron
The John and Doris Norton School of Family and Consumer Sciences provides instructional, research, extension and outreach programs that enable families, individual family members and consumers to achieve an optimum quality of life throughout the life span. Instructional programs prepare professionals for careers serving families and consumers in a culturally diverse and rapidly changing society. Currently we only offer a Ph. The FSHD graduate program curriculum is designed to provide broad exposure to developmental and interpersonal and family theories, to develop research skills and expertise, and to build in-depth knowledge in a content area chosen by the student. The program typically takes five years and combines advanced study in human development with family and interpersonal theories, research, and special topics.
This course is composed of a supervised internship in an area of specialization. Course may be repeated for credit. Variable Credit