Human Sciences, MS

The Human Sciences program requires a minimum of 33 credit hours of course work and three credit hours of clinical practicum. Through the program, students will understand various mental health issues and acquire the necessary skills to work systematically with individuals, couples, and families. 

Required Courses
HUSC 5351Family Theory and Issues3
HUSC 5355Human Development3
HUSC 5332Marriage and Family Therapy Pre-Practicum3
HUSC 5356Marriage and Family Therapy Practicum I3
or HUSC 5369 Thesis
HUSC 5358Mental Health and Psychopathology3
HUSC 5361Victimization and Crisis Management3
HUSC 5362Counseling Diverse Populations3
HUSC 5364Clinical Assessment3
HUSC 5368Family Ethics and Issues3
HUSC 5371Group Therapy3
HUSC 5374Addiction and Family Intervention3
HUSC 5334Research Problems3
Total Hours36

Graduate Certificate in Dietetics Requirements

The Graduate Certificate in Dietetics is offered for individuals accepted for matriculation in the Dietetic Internship. The following courses are required as components of the certificate program:

HUSC 5632Advanced Practice in Dietetics I6
HUSC 5635Advanced Practice in Dietetics II6
HUSC 5335Dietetic Seminar I3
HUSC 5331Dietetic Seminar II3

 The Dietetic Internship Program at Prairie View A&M University is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND), 120 South Riverside Plaza, Suite 2000, Chicago, Illinois 60606-6695; Telephone 800-877-1600 ext. 5400. Website http://www.eatright.org.