of Family and Consumer Sciences
School of Family and Consumer Sciences provides students
with the opportunity to advance and apply knowledge about
individuals and families as well as contexts of human
development across the life span. Students are educated
from a perspective that emphasizes multidisciplinary study
of information across areas of specialization in the School,
as well as other academic disciplines. A strong emphasis
is placed on the development of collaborative partnerships
to service the needs of children, families and individuals
across the life-span.
School provides undergraduate programs through majors
in apparel merchandising and product development, human
development and family studies, dietetics, early childhood
education, interior design, and nutrition sciences.
Student organizations related to each major provide
the opportunity for broadening the educational experience,
exploring career and graduate-level options and developing
of Human Movement, Sport, and Leisure Studies
School of Human Movement, Sport, and Leisure Studies includes
two divisions and two program areas. The two divisions
are Kinesiology (KNS) and Sport Management, Recreation
and Tourism (SMRT). The two program areas are the Graduate
Program (HMSL) and the Physical Education General Program
in the Sport Management, Recreation and Tourism Division
(SMRT) major in Sport Management (SM) or Recreation
and Tourism (RTD), and are preparing to work in the
sport/tourism/recreation industries or nonprofit agencies.
Students majoring in Athletic Training/Clinic Management
(AT/CM) are preparing to become a certified athletic
trainer in a variety of allied health care settings.
in the Kinesiology Division (KNS) study for a variety
of careers dealing with human movement. They may become
pre-K through grade 12 physical educators or clinical
exercise specialists. Majors in dance focus on modern
dance and classical ballet, performance/choreography
or teaching in non-school settings. Human movement science
majors often use their degree as a pre-medical or pre-physical
division has active student organizations that help
students explore the career and graduate school opportunities
within their majors.
physical education general program (PEG) offers instruction
in physical activity and opportunities to exercise for
the general University student. These classes take advantage
of the modern facilities available in the Gertrude M.
Eppler Complex, the Student Recreation Center, the Perry
Fieldhouse and the Ice Arena.
of Intervention Services
programs offered through the School of Intervention
Services prepare individuals to work in school and clinical
settings. The teacher preparation programs enable students
to become licensed/endorsed through state licensing
boards. Programs include: deaf/hard of hearing, mild/moderate,
moderate/intensive, mild/moderate and moderate/intensive,
and developmental disabilities and habilitation.
of Leadership and Policy Studies
School of Leadership and Policy Studies prepares educators
to assume leadership roles in formulating and implementing
administrative policy to all levels of education. A
variety of graduate preparation programs are offered
to meet the needs of individuals wishing to begin or
continue their graduate education for eventual placement
within educational settings ranging from elementary
through higher education. In addition to the formal
graduate degree programs, the school provides programmatic
support for both graduate and undergraduate education
in the areas of history and philosophy of education,
comparative education, educational psychology and research
of Teaching and Learning
programs offered through the School of Teaching and
Learning prepare individuals to work in schools. All
of the programs enable students to become licensed/endorsed
through state licensing boards. Programs include: business
education, foreign languages, marketing education, middle
childhood education, reading, adolescent/young adult
(secondary) education and early childhood education.
Catalog for information about graduate programs
in Education and Human Development, including classroom
technology, gifted and talented, guidance and counseling,
intervention specialist, reading, rehabilitation counseling
and school psychology.