Northeastern State University will now offer a degree completion program for human and family sciences at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M in Miami, Okla., Eastern Oklahoma State College in Wilburton and Kiamichi Technology Center in Poteau.
The format is an accelerated eight-week program with six more credit hours being offered each summer term. The classes are a mixture of blended and online courses. A student with an associate's degree can earn 12 hours per semester and six more each summer and complete the program in two years without leaving the NEO, EOSC or KTC campuses.
Classes offered at the three campuses during the Aug. 16 – Oct. 8 session are relationships and marriage, and contemporary human environments. Classes for Oct. 11 – Dec. 10 are family and human development, and infant and toddler development.
Careers where a human and family sciences degree can be applied include Head Start, preschool, day care, infant and toddler specialist, WIC counselor, DHS licensing, social services, government and adoption agencies, family consultant, child life specialist and extension services.
For more information visit www.nsuok.edu/dcp or contact Claudia Sauer at (918) 444-2147 or Penny Sommers at (918) 444-2967.
Published: 8/5/2010 3:56:48 PM