The family resource management degree program offers graduate work leading to the Master of Science, and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. Areas of concentration at the master's level include family and consumer economics, home management, housing, and food systems management. The doctoral program focuses on family resource management with dissertation specialties in family and consumer economics, home management, housing, and food systems management. These areas of concentration are offered jointly by faculty in the departments of Human Development and Family Sciences; Apparel, Interiors, Housing, and Merchandising; and Nutrition and Food Management. The program is coordinated by a director from the FRM graduate faculty.
Northwest Association of Schools and of Colleges and Universities, Commission on Colleges and Universities
A need-based grant is available to deserving students who are admitted and enrolled in a part- or full-time program of study offered through OSU Extended Campus. Degree-seeking Extended Campus students may be eligible for federal and state financial aid.