The Child and Family Studies (CFS) program is located in the Department of Social and Public Health in the College of Health Sciences and Professions at Ohio University. CFS prepares students to work with children, adults, and families throughout the lifespan in a broad range of settings. The developmental orientation of the program is designed to give a thorough understanding of every major developmental period in life in multiple contexts from birth to adolescence, to working with mid-life and older adults. It includes child, adult, and family development classes in the Department of Social and Public Health with a life span emphasis, as well as courses that include diversity in families, family ties and aging, human sexualities, the impact of stress and trauma, and death and dying. The undergraduate program offers three distinct concentrations: 1) Child, Adult, and Family Services; 2) Child Life; and 3) Family Gerontology. On the graduate level, we offer a master's degree in Child and Family Studies with a concentration in either Child Life or Family Gerontology.