B.S. Human Development and Family Studies
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Undergraduate Programs in Human Development & Family Studies
The bachelor of science degree in human development and family studies has three concentrations:
- Child Development/Early Childhood Education Teaching Preparation
- Family Support/Provisional Certified Family Life Educator
- Lifespan Development
Each specialization has entry-level criteria and specific course requirements. All require close consultation with a faculty advisor.
For information about careers in human development and family studies, click here to view the NCFR publication Careers in Family Science.
The Department of Human Development and Family Studies offers three minors to interested students in related majors.