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ABOUT THE HUMAN ECOLOGY PROGRAM
Human ecology is the study of the complex relationships between human beings and their environments. The school offers advanced degrees with four program specializations: civil society and community research, consumer behavior and family economics, design studies, and human development and family studies. Each program option has its own faculty, curriculum, and requirements.
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Named Option: Civil Society and Community Research »
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Named Option: Human Development and Family Studies »