Bachelor of Science in Child Development - Counseling and Family Services
The Bachelor of Science in Child Development focuses on the study of the individual from conception through the end of adolescence across diverse contexts. Students are provided with fundamental knowledge of developmental processes, theoretical and methodological advances in the study of children, and current issues in the field. The curriculum offers both in-class and field experiences to prepare knowledgeable and effective child and family professionals. Students will gain knowledge and skills pertaining to working with families, cultural diversity in child and family services, and common problems in families and communities. Students will further gain knowledge and skills to prepare them for entry into graduate programs such as marriage and family therapy, social work, counseling, and clinical psychology.
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