Human Development and Family Studies (B.A.)

Department of Behavioral Sciences

Whether it’s helping a family budget, creating programs for a daycare center, or preparing for a career as a social worker, the Human Development and Family Studies major can be your foundation for a rewarding career strengthening families and nurturing people.

Human Development and Family Studies majors study science and social science, including psychology, sociology and biology. Then, they learn how to apply them to real life. Learning these disciplines from a Christ-centered perspective prepares Family Studies graduates for careers in caregiving, counseling and advocacy fields.

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Child/Human Development and Family Science/Studies
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
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