Human Development and Family Studies (B.S.)
Help strengthen individuals and families throughout their lifespans. Collaborative group work, active learning, community engagement and study abroad opportunities prepare you for careers in diverse settings. Among the popular paths are community-based education, prevention, advocacy, case management, program coordination, program development, respite care, recreation, fund development, direct service and social support. During your junior year, you will complete a professional development course leading to a senior-year capstone internship experience. You are encouraged to work closely with faculty through undergraduate teaching assistantships and undergraduate research projects to complement curricular experiences. Many students receive Center for Undergraduate Research and Scholarship (CURS) funding.