Human Development and Family Science (M.S.)

Human Development, Family Science, and Counseling

The Masters of Science degree provides a balance of theory, research, applied knowledge and skills, and community involvement. Students can prepare for positions in community colleges, social or health agency administration, applied research, business or industry, educational systems, government or public policy, and family agencies.

The degree also provides research experience, methodological and statistical background, and conceptual knowledge that can be applied in a doctoral degree.

Degree Level
Program Delivery
Area(s) of Study
Child/Human Development and Family Science/Studies
 Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
Department Chair
Director of Graduate Studies