The School of Child and Family Sciences offers the Master of Science degree in Child and Family Sciences, Marriage and Family Therapy, and a Master of Education in School Counseling. These graduate programs are designed to meet career objectives in the areas administered by the school and to support the interests and personal goals of the student. All majors offer flexibility so that students can meet specific career goals or specialize in areas of interest related to their field of study.
The school participates in the interdisciplinary minor in gerontology and graduate certificate in gerontology. Specific requirements and courses available for the minor and the certificate can be found under the Interdisciplinary Minor and Graduate Certificate in Gerontology headings in the College of Nursing and Health Professions section of the Bulletin.
ProgramsMaster of EducationMaster of Science