Child, Youth and Family Studies emphasizes career-ready undergraduate education. Students graduate with the skills necessary to put their talents into practice in a way that enhances the well-being of children, youth, adults and families by improving the environments in which they live and learn.
Students are prepared to :
- work with children and their families in early childhood settings including schools
- work with youth in middle school and high school
- work with children and youth in after school programs and other settings
- work with families and individuals in social service agencies and community and religious settings
- be competitive applicants for graduate programs
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On-Campus Undergraduate Programs
Family & Consumer Sciences Education
Human Development and Family Science
Inclusive Early Childhood Education (Birth-Grade 3)
Online Undergraduate Programs
“My classes in Child Youth and Family Studies have been phenomenal.”