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Undergraduate programs offered within the School prepare students for professional careers in the various fields of human sciences. Our majors, located within the five departments of the School, are unique in their ability to help students utilize basic principles from many disciplines to solve human problems and to meet social needs. Through its graduate programs, the School of Human Environmental Sciences achieves national recognition. The research programs conducted by HES faculty are widely recognized for their sound science base and innovative qualities. These strong research efforts serve to enhance teaching and support highly challenging and respected undergraduate and graduate programs.[1]

DepartmentsEdit

The Department of Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies

The Department of Human Development and Family Studies

The Department of Interior Architecture

The Department of Nutrition

The Department of Social Work

MajorsEdit

Undegraduate

  • The Department of Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies
Retailing and Consumer Studies
Apparel Product Design
  • The Department of Human Development and Family Studies
Early Child Care and Education
Teacher Licensure in Birth through Kindergarten Education
Child and Adolescent Development in the Family
Family Studies
  • The Department of Interior Architecture
Interior Architecture
  • The Department of Nutrition
Human Nutrition and Dietetics
Nutrition Science
Nutrition and Wellness
  • The Department of Social Work
Social Work

Graduate

  • The Department of Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies
Master of Science (thesis)
Master of Science (non-thesis)
Doctor of Philosophy
  • The Department of Human Development and Family Studies
Master of Science (thesis)
Master of Science (non-thesis): Family Life/Parent Education
Master of Education: Interdisciplinary Studies in Education and Development in Birth-Kindergarten
Doctor of Philosophy
  • The Department of Interior Architecture
Master of Science (thesis)
Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Historic Preservation and Museum Studies.
  • The Department of Nutrition
American Dietetic Association Dietetic Internship (post-baccalaureate certificate program)
Master of Science (thesis)
Master of Science (non-thesis)
Doctor of Philosophy
  • The Department of Social Work
Joint Master of Social Work (full-time and part-time programs, offered collaboratively between UNCG and NC A&T University)

FacultyEdit

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