Course modules Theory: HDFS 501 Human Development Theories HDFS 521 Family Theories HDFS 533 Community In American Society
Research Methods and Statistics: HDFS 590 Advanced Research Methods HDFS 591 Qualitative Methods HDFS 594 Intermed Statistical Analysis HDFS 599 Thesis Research
Total Hours 32
Other Requirements: Minimum 500-level Hours Required Overall: 12 (8 within the unit) A doctoral student terminating our program early and without a master's thesis, must complete 36 hours rather than 32. Minimum GPA: 2.75
Admission All applicants are required to submit official GRE scores (MCAT in the case of Medical Scholar applicants) and to have previous coursework in a relevant area of social or behavioral sciences. GRE, MCAT and TOEFL scores should be taken no more than two years prior to application. Our application deadline is January 15 for possible admission the following fall semester. We admit students for fall enrollment only. Please refer to our department website for further information.
Medical Scholars Program The Medical Scholars Program permits highly qualified students to integrate the study of medicine with study for a graduate degree in a second discipline, including Human Development and Family Studies. Students may apply to the Medical Scholars Program prior to beginning graduate school or while in the graduate program. Applicants to the Medical Scholars Program must meet the admissions standards for and be accepted into both the doctoral graduate program and the College of Medicine. Students in the dual degree program must meet the specific requirements for both the medical and graduate degrees. On average, students take eight years to complete both degrees. Further information on this program is available by contacting the Medical Scholars Program, 125 Medical Sciences Building, (217) 333-8146 or at www.med.illinois.edu/msp.
Graduate Teaching Experience We do not require our students to teach but recognize the importance of teacher development for their future marketability. Thus, we make teaching assistantships available and encourage students to pursue a variety of teaching experiences as well as mentorship from experienced instructors. We also encourage our students to utilize the variety of teacher training resources that are available across campus.
Faculty Research Interests Faculty information is available on our department website at http://hdfs.illinois.edu/directory/faculty.
Centers, Programs, and Institutes Child Care Resource Service (http://ccrs.illinois.edu/) Child Development Lab (www.cdl.illinois.edu) Pampered Chef Family Resiliency Program (www.familyresiliency.illinois.edu) Family Resiliency Center (www.familyresiliency.illinois.edu) Lab for Community and Economic Development (http://communitydevelopment.uiuc.edu/webworks/files/index.php) University of Illinois Extension (http://web.extension.illinois.edu/state/index.html)
Facilities and Resources Bevier Hall Child Development Lab Doris Kelly Christopher Hall Early Child Development Lab
Financial Aid We are committed to funding all of our students who are making timely progress. The duration and amount of our commitment varies by program. Funding may include fellowships, research assistantships, and/or teaching assistantships. These opportunities typically include stipends and tuition waivers. In some cases, fees are also waived. All applicants are automatically considered for all department funding opportunities; there is no separate application process. Federal and state financial aid is completely separate from the support provided by our department. For information regarding federal and state financial aid, please refer to www.osfa.illinois.edu/.
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