The course of study involves general education, human sciences core courses, and specialized courses in the following areas:
- Infant and Child Development
- Middle Childhood and Adolescent Development
- Family, School, and Community Relationships
- Adult Aging and Development
- Introduction to Early Childhood
- Social Policies and the Family
- Family Development
- Pre-Internship Preparation and Internship
- Variety of laboratory facilities
- Ambassador program
- Historical costume collection
Alumni and interns employed worldwide:
- New York City, Los Angeles, Dallas, Houston, Montana, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Japan, and Italy
- National award winners in food, nutrition and dietetics, fashion merchandising and hospitality.
- State and regional award winners in fashion merchandising, interior design, and food, nutrition and dietetics.
- Master of Science
- Head Start Completer Program
The Child and Family Development Club is open to all students who have a major or minor area of study in child and family development. Club meetings are held once a month in the School of Human Sciences North building and activities include guest speakers, planning for conferences, community service project activities, and networking with other students with similar academic and career interests.
The School of Human Sciences offers the largest number of scholarships of any department on campus. Please visit our Website at www.sfasu.edu/hms/department/scholarships.htm to view a list of available scholarships.
For more information, contact the School of Human Sciences at firstname.lastname@example.org or 936.468.4502.