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Graduate School - The University of Akron

Graduate School - The University of Akron

Graduate Studies 59International Bus1ness (choose 6 credits)9200:649 International Law9200:676 International Trade9200:691 International Investments and the European Economic CommunityManagement (choose 6 credits)9200:637 Equal Opportunity Law9200:650 Labor and Employment Law9200:651 Labor Arbitration and Collective Bargain1ng9200:659 Lawyer as Negotiator9200:660 Workers' Compensation9200:672 Seminar 1n Business Planning9200:679 Labor LawMarketing (choose 6 credits)9200:627 Commercial Law I9200:659 Lawyer as Negotiator9200:662 Media Law9200:667 Patent Trademark and Copyright Law9200:672 Seminar 1n Business Planning9200:683 Seminar 1n Product Liability9200:664 Sports and Entertainment Law

60 The University of AkronCollege of Fineand Applied ArtsLinda Moore, Ph.D., DeanJohn D. Bee, Ph.D., Interim Associate DeanWilliam H. Seaton, Ph.D., Associate DeanMission StatementThe College of Fine and Applied Arts is dedicated to enhancing the quality of lifeof the individual. the University, and the community. Through instruction, researdl,creative activity, and outreadl programs, the College fosters artistic and socialinquiry and direct application of knowledge to self, family and society. Studentsare supported in their quest for knowledge of their dlosen fields and encouragedto shape their artistic and social environments.MASTER'S DEGREEHome Economics and Family EcologyThe program of study is offered leading to the Master of Arts in Home Economicsand Family Ecology degree offers options in dlild development; dlild life; clothing,textiles and interiors; family development; and food science. Students mustmeet the following admission requirements for acceptance in the program:o Minimum GPA of 2.75 for four years of undergraduate study or 3.00 for the lasttwo years of undergraduate study.o Completion of general Graduate Record Examination within the five years precedingapplication, with a minimum total score of 1200 on the three parts of theGRE.o Submission of a letter of personal career goals, sent to the director of graduatestudies.Two letters of recommendation may be submitted, if desired.The graduate faculty of the Sdlool of Home Economics and Family Ecology mayrequire an interview with any applicant.Accepted students will be expected to comply with the following requirements:o Complete the course of study in one of the five options, With a minrmum of 40credits.These credits will rnclude- foundation courses to prepare for researdl in home economics and familyecology as an interdisciplinary field;- core courses in the area of specialty;- option electives and cognate electives, selected in consultation with academicadviser, from within Sdlool or in another discipline. These are dlosen tostrengthen student's professronal goals.o Pass a written comprehensive examination over major and minor areas after thecompletion of at least 24 credits of graduate work.o Complete a master's thesis or a master's project. 1he thesis option involves thedesign and evaluation of original researdl in an appropriately related area commensuratewith the student's background and area of pursuit. The projeCt optioninvolves the design, development, implementation, and evaluation of originaland creative programs and/or resource materials. A written proposal for the thesisor project cannot be submitted until successful completion of the comprehensiveexamination.o Apply for advancement to candidacy upon successful completion of 24 creditsof graduate study, the written comprehensive examination, and an approvedprospectus or proposal for a thesis or project.o Pass an oral examination covering the thesis or project report.Foundation Courseso Required by all program options:7400604 Onentat1on to Graduate Stud1es 1nHome Economrcs and Family Ecology7400:580 H1stoncal and Conceptual Bases ofHome Econom1cs and Family Ecology7400:685 Research Methods 1n Home Economics and Family Ecology33Child Development Optiono Core Courses:7400:605 Developmental Parent-Child Interactions7400:610 Child Development Theories7400:665 Development in Infancy and Early Childhoodo Option ElectivesSelect 12 credits from the following courses with approval of adviser (if a coursehas been taken at the undergraduate level, other courses must be selected):7400:501 Family-Lrfe Patterns 1n the Economically Depnved Home 27400 504 Adolescence in the Family Context 37400:542 Human Sexual1ty 37400:545 Publ1c Policy and American Families 37400:548 Before and After School Child Care 27400:560 Organrzation and Supervis1on of Child-Care Centers 37400:596 Parent Education 37400:607 Fam1ly Dynamics 37400:616 Infant and Child Nutrit1on 37400:651 Family and Consumer Law 37400:660 Programm1ng for Child-Care Centers 37400:688 Practicum in Home Econom1cs and Family Ecology 3o Cognate ElectivesSelect 7 credits with approval of adviser from within the Sdlool of Home Economicsand Family Ecology OR from a cognate area outside the Sdlool, OR froma combination of the two.o Thesis or PrOJeCt (select one):7400:694 Master's Project7400:699 Master's ThesisTotalChild Life Optiono Core Courses:7400:551 Ch1ld in the Hospital 47400:555 Practicum: Establishing and Supervising a Child L1fe Program 37400:585 Orientation to the Hospital Setting 27400:695 Child Life Internship 5o Option Electives:Select 10 credits with approval of adviser from among the following (if a coursehas been taken at the undergraduate level, other courses must be selected):7400:501 Family-L1fe Patterns in the Economrcally Deprived Home 27400:504 Adolescence in the Family Context 37400:542 Human Sexuality 37400·560 Orgamzat1on and Supervision of Child-Care Centers 37400:585 Seminar 1n Home Econom1cs (Child Life topic) 37400:596 Parent Education 37400:605 Developmental Parent-Chrld Interactions 37400:610 Child Development Theones 37400:616 Infant and Child Nutrition 27400:660 Programming for Child-Care Centers 27400:665 Development rn Infancy and Early Childhood 3o Cognate Electives:Select 6 credits with approval of adviser from within the Sdlool of Home Economicsand Family Ecology OR from a cognate area outside the Sdlool OR froma combination of the two.o Thesis or Project (select one):7400 694 Master's Project7400:699 Master's ThesisTotalClothing, Textiles and Interiors Optiono Core Courses7400:634 Material Culture Studies7400 639 Theones of Fashion7400:677 Social Psychology of Dress and the Near Environmento Options Electives:7400:518 History of lntenor Design I7400:519 Hrstory of Interior Design II7400:523 Profess1onal Image AnalysiS7400:525 Advanced Textiles7400:527 Textile and Apparel Industry7400:533 Residential Design7400:535 Principles and Practices Interior Design7400:536 Textile Conservation7400:537 H1stonc Costume to 18007400:538 History of Fash1on Since 17807400:631 Problems in Des1gn7400:688 Practicum in Home Economics and Family Ecology7400:696 Individual Investigation 1n Home Economics and Family Ecology333554055423334433333333Hi3Hi

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