Fonds - School of Household Economics

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School of Household Economics

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As Household Economics, this discipline was attached to the Faculty of Arts and Science as a department (1918-1927) and a School (1928-1963) before briefly becoming a School in the Faculty of Science (1963-1966). It became an independent School in 1966 and was renamed the Faculty of Home Economics in 1976. Home Economics studies the physical environment and social nature of people and, thourgh its concern for imporing people's dialy lives, examines consumer patterns and family dynamics, among other topics. Offering bachelor and master of science programs, the Faculty comprises three departments (dvisions unitl 1981): Clothing and Textiles, Family Studies, and Foods and Nutrition.

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