MS Human Ecology Learning Objectives

Students are expected to work closely with faculty and staff to develop their own professional and academic goals and to tailor the program to meet their individualized needs. In addition to these personalized learning objectives, all students are expected to develop the following:

  • A basic understanding of the research process, including the skills to interpret and apply research and theory to policy and practice
  • A theoretical and practical knowledge of the conditions and processes that contribute to human development, civil society, and social justice
  • Skills for managing, facilitating, and leading organizations and groups
  • The ability to effectively communicate, collaborate, and work with diverse individuals and groups
  • The capacity to understand and address complex problems facing individuals, families, communities, and society
  • An expertise in an area of specialization related to their professional goal


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