The Human Development and Family Studies major focuses on developmental studies of individuals, small groups, and families. The program prepares students to deliver human services to individuals and groups across the life span and in a variety of settings.
The Human Development and Family Studies major not only qualifies students for social services, teaching, and management, but also serves as a basis for graduate research and training. The Human Development and Family Studies program reaches out extensively into the community via its partnerships with more than 80 agencies and organizations. Students interested in nonprofit administration may earn a Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Certificate (formerly known as American Humanics) from the Graduate College of Social Work.
Catalog Publish Date: August 18, 2011
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