The child and adolescent development concentration combines course work with practical experience to provide students with a broad base of knowledge regarding the physical, cognitive, and socio-emotional development of children and adolescents. The diverse types of positions taken by graduates of this concentration include early childhood educator, parent educator, child life specialist, adoption caseworker, youth after-school program director, director of a day care center, and more.
Child & Adolescent Development Concentration required courses
Three courses selected from:
Family Studies Elective (select one from)
* To help cover costs associated with these applied, experiential and research internship courses, all HDFS students pay a one-time HDFS Applied Experience Fee, assessed for the fall semester of the student's junior year. Junior and senior transfers will have the fee assessed for their first fall semester following admission to the HDFS major. The current Applied Experience Fee is $1,095.