The Human Development and Family Science graduate program issues one Master of Science degree with two connected and distinct specialization areas: Human Development and Family Science, consisting of 30 credit hours, and Human Development and Family Science with specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy, consisting of 54 credit hours. These two emphasis areas share foundational courses and the Marriage and Family Therapy students complete additional courses and clinical training.
HDFS has rolling admission for fall, spring, and summer semesters. Preference date for applications in the fall is October 1 (for spring admission) and spring preference date is February 1.
Preference date for applications is February 1.