Child/Family Development Fundamentals
A career in child or family development offers opportunities to improve and enrich the lives of children as well as adults of all ages. At the undergraduate level:
- Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Child & Family Development
What do you study while earning a degree in child/family development?
- Human development,
- Family dynamics (including family crisis)
- Health and nutrition
- Diversity Issues with families and children (including families living in poverty)
- Family financial/consumer Issues
- Application in child and family development
- Early childhood programs
- are talented, caring, highly qualified
- place a premium on personal attention
- work side-by-side with students to help turn aspirations into accomplishments
Real world experience
- Internships enable students to gain hands-on professional experience and to network within their fields. As part of the undergraduate degree requirements in Child/Family Development, students complete a 200-hour internship at a community site that is chosen with the assistance of their faculty adviser.
- When they graduate, many of our students have already received job offers because of their internships.
Child and Family Development Student Organizations
Interact with other students and professionals in the field through organizations such as:
- Family Studies Association (FSA)
- Kappa Omicron Nu Honor Society
- University Association for the Education of Young Children
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