Date of Award:

1960

Document Type:

Thesis

Degree Name:

Master of Science (MS)

Department:

Family, Consumer, and Human Development

Advisor/Chair:

Edith Nyman

Abstract

Traditionally , home economics majors and foods and nutrition majors in most colleges and universities have been able to bring their professional theoretical background to a climax with a practical living experience. This has been the policy at Utah State University, fulfilled in Household Administration, Course No. 150. Although the students entering this course are products of different backgrounds and cultural habits, it is assumed that their common home economics background in the University would allow them to manage a home efficiently. For many, however, this living experience requires a substantial adjustment. In some cases this experience of residence in the home management house marks the first break between home and the student.

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