Department of Individual, Family and Community Education College of Education University of New Mexico

Department of Individual, Family and Community Education College of Education University of New Mexico

Degrees & Award


Programs Offered:
Offers Counselor Education (MA, Phd); Educational Psychology (MA, Phd); Family Studies (MA, Phd); Multicultural Teacher And Childhood Education (Phd); Nutrition (MS).
Degree Requirements:
For Doctorate, Comprehensive Exam, Thesis/Dissertation.

Admissions


Entrance Requirements:
For Master&Apos;S, GPA, Letter Of Recommendation, Relevant Academic Background; For Doctorate, GRE Or MAT.
Application Fee:
$50
Student Statistics:
Average Age 37. 112 Applicants, 35% Accepted, 34 Enrolled.

Student Body


Student Population:
107 Full-Time (90 Women), 95 Part-Time (76 Women); Includes 78 Minority (8 African Americans, 17 American Indian/Alaskan Native, 5 Asian Americans Or Pacific Islanders, 48 Hispanic Americans), 7 International.

Faculty


Faculty:
21 Full-Time (14 Women), 11 Part-Time/Adjunct (9 Women).

Financial Aid


Financial Aid:
In 2009&Ndash;10, 7 Research Assistantships (Averaging $5,443 Per Year), 21 Teaching Assistantships (Averaging $10,361 Per Year) Were Awarded. Financial Award Application Deadline: 3/1; Financial Award Applicants Required To Submit FAFSA.

Location & Contact


Contact Info
Dr. Deborah Rifenbary
Program Coordinator
Albuquerque, NM 87131-2039
Phone: 505-277-8933
Fax: 505-277-8361

Contact Info
Department Office
Phone: 505-277-4318
Fax: 505-277-8361

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