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The Human Relations department is composed of four majors; psychology, behavioral science, social work, and child and family studies (CFS). The CFS program was instituted in 2000 and is composed of three tracks: 1) Administration and Management which prepares students to work in an administrative or management position in an agency of business providing services to children and families (e.g. child care centers, elder day care, nursing home administration, etc.), 2) Child and Family Research which prepares students whose primary goal is child and family research, and 3) Child/Family Intervention which prepares students for working in a social/family agency or attending graduate school for counselor education, social work, applied sociology, or child and family studies.

Areas of Study
  • Early Childhood - Undergraduate
  • Family Science/Studies - Undergraduate
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