A certificate in adolescent development is awarded upon successful completion of 14-15 credits.
|HDFS 950||Contemporary Issues in Adolescent Development||4|
|HDFS 995||Seminar and Special Problems||4|
|Family Programs and Policies|
|Race, Class, Gender, and Families|
|Children, Adolescents and the Law|
|Professional Issues for Family Specialists|
|Theoretical Approaches to Human Development and Family Studies|
|Growing up Male in America|
|Management and Policy in Therapeutic Recreation|
|Camp Administration and Leadership|
|Sociology of Drug Use|
|Sociology of Mental Health|
|Family Violence Research Seminar|
|Sociology of the Family|
|Child and Adolescent Risks and Resiliency: Program, Policy and Practice|
|Practice with Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender People|
Other human development and family studies or multidisciplinary electives may be selected with advisor approval.
A graduate student who fails a course must immediately attend a mandatory meeting with the instructor of the course, the Human Development and Family Studies Graduate Coordinator, and, if desired, the student's adviser. If a graduate student receives grades below "B-" in two or more courses, the Human Development and Family Studies Graduate Coordinator will make a recommendation to the Graduate School that the student be dismissed from the Human Development and Family Studies Graduate program.