The study of child development encompasses the human life span from conception through
adolescence and provides a foundation for your professional role in human service
and education careers. Graduates work with children, families, and allied professionals
in instructional, supervisory and support capacities.
What You'll Do
- Interact one-on-one with qualified faculty in face-to-face and online classes.
- Acquire first-hand knowledge of child development in action through experiential learning
with children and families in a variety of University and community settings.
- Apply child development knowledge to create healthy, supportive learning and care
- Complete a Child Development Career Internship, the capstone of integrated study.
- Be prepared to collaborate with allied professionals in government, corporate, education,
and social service settings.
What You'll Study
- CF102 Relationships in the 21st Century
- CF209 Introduction to Family Systems
- CF300 Parent Education
- CF310 School Age Child Care
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