Human ecology majors must complete the following, with a grade of at least C- in each course: Mathematics 408N or the equivalent; Statistics and Scientific Computation303, 304, or 305; either (a) Chemistry 301 or 301H, 302 or 302H, and Biology 311C, or (b) Chemistry
301 or 301H and Biology 311C and 311D; and two to four additional hours in astronomy, biology, chemistry, computer science, geological sciences, mathematics, and/or physics. Courses designed for non-science majors may not be counted toward this requirement. This coursework also meets the core curriculum mathematics and science and technology requirements.
Major: Thirty semester hours of coursework in the School of Human Ecology, including at least fifteen hours of upper-division coursework and at least six hours chosen from each of the following areas: (a) Human Development and Family Sciences 304, 312, 313, 113L, 315L, 322, and 337; (b) Nutrition 306, 307, 107L, 312, 112L, 315, 316, 218, 118L, 326 and 126L, 321, 331, 332, and 338W; and (c) Textiles and Apparel 205, 105L, 316Q, 319, 325L, and 325M.
Students must earn a grade of at least C- in each mathematics and science course required for the degree, and a grade point average in these courses of at least 2.00.
To develop a meaningful and coherent degree program, the student should select courses with the assistance of faculty and academic advisors.