Human Development & Family Sciences (B.S.)

School of Human Enviromental Sciences

Human Development and Family Sciences majors develop skills to work with all ages, from child development to later stages of life. Students who graduate with this degree can pursue careers working with individuals and families in nonprofit, government and private sectors. 

There are multiple community development career options for a Human Development and Family Sciences graduate. Graduates can be employed in various public service fields, or choose to continue their education through graduate or professional school. 

  • Family Crisis Center
  • Child Welfare Counselor
  • Hospice Care
  • Alcohol and Drug Treatment
  • Employee Assistance
  • Community Education
  • Youth Corrections



Degree Level
Program Delivery
Area(s) of Study
Child/Human Development and Family Science/Studies
Higher Learning Commission (HLC)
Department Chair
Director of Graduate Studies