Human Development and Family Studies (B.S.)
If you are a people person, like to lead and teach, enjoy creative thinking, working in teams, public speaking, take pride in your organizational and presentation skills, and want to make a difference in the lives of children and families.
You could work in child development agencies; become a teaching assistant; serve as a community health worker or social service specialist; work in human services; become a recreational worker; a marketing planner; and so much more!
Human Development and Family Studies is available to students pursuing Bachelor of Science degree in the Richard W. Riley of the College of Education at Winthrop University. This degree does not lead to teacher licensure but does prepare graduates for human and consumer service careers where children and families are the focus.