ADMISSION AND RETENTION REQUIREMENTS
The College of Human Environmental Sciences follows the admission and retention standards set by the University. The standards for admission to specific professional programs, and the conditions for retention in those programs, are indicated in the departmental information that follows. The College of Human Environmental Sciences reserves the right to change policies, procedures, degree requirements, schedules, courses offered, and other standards in light of circumstances that may arise after the publication of this catalog.
Human Environmental Sciences programs are offered at the baccalaureate, master’s, and, in some cases, doctoral levels. Upon successful completion of the requirements established for each curriculum, the appropriate degree may be conferred. Each student selects a major from the following curricula:
Apparel and Textiles
Department of Consumer Sciences
Department of Health Science
General Health Studies
Department of Human Development and Family Studies
Early Childhood Education
Human Development and Family Studies
Department of Human Nutrition and Hospitality Management
Food and Nutrition
Restaurant, Hotel, and Meetings Management
College of Human Environmental Sciences
Human Environmental Sciences
To earn a second bachelor’s degree in the College, a student must complete in residence in the College of Human Environmental Sciences, with a grade average of “C” (2.0 GPA) or better, a minimum of 30 hours beyond the hours required for the first degree. The work must be completed in accordance with all other University and College regulations.