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Consumer and Design Sciences - MS

Consumer and Design Sciences Thesis (MS)
CADS 7040Protocol for Graduate Study1
CADS 7050Research Methods in Consumer and Design Sciences3
CADS 7060Survey of Consumer and Design Sciences Research3
Select One of the following Graduate level Statistics Course:3
Predictive Modeling I
Predictive Modeling II
Big Data I
Big Data II
Econometrics I
Theory and Methodology of Qualitative Research
Applied Qualitative Research
Design and Analysis in Education I
Design and Analysis in Education II
Advanced Research Methods I
Applied Longitudinal Methods in Human Development and Family Studies
Statistical Analysis of Survey, Aggregate, and Large Data Sources
Experimental Statistics I
Experimental Statistics II
Regression Analysis
Categorical Data Analysis
Statistical Analysis of Survey, Aggregate and Large Data Sources
Nonparametric Statistics
Applied Multivariate Statistical Analysis
Applied Time Series Analysis
Select One of the following Graduate level Theory Course:3
Environmental Design Theories and Applications
Aesthetics Theory in Consumer and Design Sciences
Social Psychological Theories in Clothing Behavior
Consumer Theory in Apparel and Interiors
Electives to support thesis topic or to meet career goals11-13
Research and Thesis (Thesis Option) 4-6 credit hours6-4
Total Hours30


 

Consumer and Design Sciences Non-Thesis (MS)
CADS 7040Protocol for Graduate Study1
CADS 7050Research Methods in Consumer and Design Sciences3
CADS 7060Survey of Consumer and Design Sciences Research3
Select One of the following Graduate level Statistics Course:3
Predictive Modeling I
Predictive Modeling II
Big Data I
Big Data II
Econometrics I
Theory and Methodology of Qualitative Research
Applied Qualitative Research
Design and Analysis in Education I
Design and Analysis in Education II
Advanced Research Methods I
Applied Longitudinal Methods in Human Development and Family Studies
Statistical Analysis of Survey, Aggregate, and Large Data Sources
Experimental Statistics I
Experimental Statistics II
Regression Analysis
Categorical Data Analysis
Statistical Analysis of Survey, Aggregate and Large Data Sources
Nonparametric Statistics
Applied Multivariate Statistical Analysis
Applied Time Series Analysis
Select One of the following Graduate level Theory Course:3
Environmental Design Theories and Applications
Aesthetics Theory in Consumer and Design Sciences
Social Psychological Theories in Clothing Behavior
Consumer Theory in Apparel and Interiors
Electives to support graduate project topic or to meet career goals17-20
Graduate Project (Non-Thesis Option) 3-6 credit hours6-3
Total Hours36