The Child Development and Family Living major provides an in-depth understanding of growth, change and development of children, adults, family and integrates a life-span, multicontextual, and family systems approach. This knowledge base has proven to be essential for professional careers and service-oriented professions.
The course of study involves courses in the following areas:
- Introduction to Child Development and Family Living
- Infant and Child Development
- Middle Childhood and Adolescent Development
- Family, School, and Community Relationships
- Adult Aging and Development
- Family Life Education
- Consumer Problems
- Introduction to Early Childhood
- Social Policies and the Family
- Family Development
- Pre-Internship Preparation and Internship
See General Bulletin for course descriptions.
If you are interested in pursuing a professional career in the field of Child Development and Family Living, contact the School of Human Sciences at (936) 468-4502 or one of the following professors: Dr. Marie Saracino (email@example.com); Mrs. Phyllis Gilbert (firstname.lastname@example.org); Dr. Tara Newman (email@example.com); or Dr. Shelia Lumar (firstname.lastname@example.org).