Typical employment settings include preschools, daycare centers, hospital programs for children, youth, and families, institutional and community mental health programs for individuals and families, programs for abused or neglected children and adolescents, women's resource centers, human resources programs, employee assistance programs, nursing homes, area agencies on aging and other community settings for older adults, and public welfare and family service agencies. Typical postgraduate pursuits of students completing this option include graduate study in human development, family studies, psychology, or sociology, or advanced professional training in psychology, law, behavioral health, counseling or social work.
Associate Degree Undergraduate Program Bulletin Description
Recommended Academic Plan for A.S. in Human Development & Family Studies Adult Development and Aging Option
Recommended Academic Plan for A.S. in Human Development & Family Studies Children, Youth and Families Option
Baccalaureate Degree Undergraduate Program Bulletin Description
Recommended Academic Plan for B.S. in Human Development & Family Studies Life Span Developmental Science Option
Recommended Academic Plan for B.S. in Human Development & Family Studies Human Services Option