General Human Ecology
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A degree in General Human Ecology allow students to integrate knowledge for an understanding of human needs, environments and relationships. As a student in General Human Ecology, you will take courses in human and family development; food, nutrition and health; personal financial planning; and clothing and textiles. In addition, you will work with your advisor to select electives and supporting courses based on your personal and professional goals. You are also encouraged to participate in experiential learning opportunties including, but not limited to, internships, undergraduate research and education abroad.
Please contact Dr. Kari Morgan for additional information.