Human Development & Family Sciences (M.S.)
Students in this program complete an MS through a combination of coursework, service-learning, theory and research. The program is geared toward working professionals and other individuals who are interested in continuing their graduate studies and would like to acquire new or additional expertise in early childhood education, adolescent development and emerging adulthood, nonprofit programs for children, adults, and their families, and management and leadership.
The M.S. program emphasizes risk-and- resilience, multi-cultural issues, disabilities, and prevention and intervention. Students are accepted on both a full-time and part-time basis.