This major does not allow students to seek teacher certification; however, it prepares individuals to work with children in various organizations which support youth development. This major prepares students for careers in civic, social, or religious organizations; hospitals or non-profit organizations; or family and community services. Students will study child and adolescent development, instructional methods, educational psychology, kinesiology, human resources development, and sociology. Students who seek this major will be required to have two minors including (A) Sociology and (B) either Creative Studies or Human Resource Development.
Child Life Specialist; Civic, Social, or Religious Organizations; Hospitals or Non-profit Organizations; Family and Community Services and more
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