100 Human Environmental Sciences Perspectives (2) Human environmental sciences as an academic discipline. Survey of the curriculum, its interdisciplinary nature, overview of professional opportunities and formulation of individual plans for education and career. Concepts and principles of decision making and resource management applied to human environmental sciences. Required of all human environmental sciences majors. Offered in Fall Semester only.
400 Senior Seminar (3) Assessment of personal and academic potentials for professional careers by the Human Environmental Sciences graduate. Efforts directed toward preparing for, interviewing, and securing a position. Experiences in community services and critiques of selected extracurricular events. Survey of the history and philosophy of Human Environmental Sciences and crucial issues that affect individuals, families, communities, and job environments directly related to Human Environmental Sciences. This is a speaking and writing intensive course. Prereq: Senior standing.
411 Fundamentals of Cooperative Extension (3) History, philosophy and organization structure of the Cooperative Extension Service: major areas of program emphasis, teaching methods used, and relationships with other educational agencies. (Same as Agric 411.)
460 Orientation to Field Experience (3) Intensive four-week course emphasizing preparation for individualized field experience in area of career choice. Scheduled concurrently with Human Environmental Sciences 48- and Human Environmental Sciences 49- Supervised Field Experience (1-6, 1-6) Prereq: Senior standing and minimum of 2.50 cumulative grade point average.
47- (67-) Topics: [Selected Area] (1-6) Topics in selected areas of Human Environmental Sciences for students showing special ability and interest. The subject matter area is indicated by the third digit: 0 for Human Environmental Sciences, 1 for Child and Family Studies, 2 for Food Science and Nutrition, 3 for Consumer Resource Management, 4 for Interior Design, 5 for Textiles and Clothing, 6 for Family and Consumer Sciences Education, and 7 for Dietetics. Must be requested in advance of registration. May repeat enrollment up to six credit hours. Prereq: Departmental and instructors approval.
48-, 49- Supervised Field Experience (1-6, 1-6) Supervised work experience in off-campus placement matched to the students curriculum and career goals. May be repeated with variable credit up to a maximum of six hours in 48- and six hours in 49- depending on available resources and student's course load at time of registration. Scheduling arrangements must be made through the advisor and the department chair at least one semester prior to registration. The third digit will follow the pattern described above. Prereq: Senior standing and minimum of 2.50 cumulative grade point average.
700 Non-Thesis Graduation Completion (2) Required for the non-thesis student not otherwise registered during any semester when such a student uses University facilities and/or faculty time before degree completion. May repeat enrollment. P/N only.
701-702 Masters Thesis (3, 3) Thesis proposal and research; thesis writing and presentation. May repeat enrollment. P/N only.
760 Perspectives in Human Environmental Sciences (3) Philosophical and historical examination of disciplines constituting human environmental sciences. Integrating theories and practices which define individuals and families in their near environments.
77- Trends in Human Environmental Sciences [Selected Area] (1-6) Recent advances in selected areas of human environmental sciences, their impacts, and implications for new programs and curricular considerations. The selected area is indicated by the third digit as described for HES 47- above. Must be requested in advance of registration. Prereq: Consent of chairman and instructor. May repeat enrollment up to six (6) credit hours.
791 Research Methods in Human Environmental Sciences (3) Topics and methods in human environmental sciences research. Development of research proposals.
792 Research Seminar in Human Environmental Sciences (3) Interpretation of research literature; focus on selected areas for written and oral presentations.