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Human Development & Family Relations Department


Human Development and Family Relations prepares students for careers in public and private human service agencies.

Important and Meaningful Work

We place an emphasis on learning to help individuals and families solve problems related to child development, family relations, aging, nutritional planning for individuals and families, and family financial management.

You will benefit from one semester of full-time, supervised field work in a human service agency and you will be prepared for graduate study in a related field.

Program Benefits:

  • Four distinct study options for flexibility.
  • Qualified and caring faculty who work closely with their students.
  • Exceptionally strong focus on practical learning and career experience through internships.
  • Support of comprehensive course work required for child care management careers.
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