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Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2020 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2020 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Human Sciences, Human Development and Family Studies (Non-Teaching), B.S.


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The Human Development and Family Studies program focuses on the physical, social and psychological growth and development and interpersonal relationships in family environmental settings. It prepares students for employment as directors of child development centers, child care specialists, nursery school/day care teachers, adoption placement agents, caseworkers, and other careers related to families.

Goals:

  1. To prepare students for work as directors of child care centers and nursery school/day care teachers
  2. To prepare students for careers in child welfare, the social services, and cooperative extension
  3. To prepare students for community service to work with families and groups with special needs
  4. To prepare students for graduate work in human development and related areas

Suggested Course Sequence


Freshman Year


Total Hours: 15

Spring Semester


Total Hours: 14

Sophomore Year


Total Hours: 18

Spring Semester


Total Hours: 15

Junior Year


Fall Semester


Total Hours: 14

Spring Semester


Total Hours: 15

Senior Year


Fall Semester


Total Hours: 15

Total Hours: 14

Total Hours: 120


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