Human Development and Family Studies prepares students for careers in family, governmental, and community service agencies that serve children, adolescents, adults, the elderly, and their families. Students graduating with a Human Development and Family Studies major often seek graduate training in HDFS, psychology, counseling, or social work; or pursue certification as Family Life Educators.
The Birth through Kindergarten Teacher Licensure Program prepares students for a variety of careers, including teaching in public Kindergarten and NC pre-K classrooms.
The Early care and Education Concentration prepares students to work with young children with and without disabilities in a variety of diverse contexts, including community child care centers, private kindergartens, hospitals, and parent-child centers.
An undergraduate minor in Human Development and Family Studies pairs well with majors such as Peace & Conflict Studies, Gerontology, Nutrition, Psychology, Nursing, or Social Work.
|Undergraduate Degrees||Degree Type||Program Type|
|Human Development and Family Studies||B.S.||In Person, Online|
|Birth Through Kindergarten Teacher Licensure, Early Childhood Development & Education||B.S.||In Person, Online|
|Early Care and Education, Early Childhood Development & Education||B.S.||In Person, Online|
|Human Development and Family Studies||Undergraduate Minor||In Person, Online|