The interdisciplinary major in child development prepares students for a variety of professional specialties. Graduates with competencies in this major find positions in preschools, day care centers, schools, hospitals, clinics, residential institutions, counseling centers, mental health centers, public welfare agencies, family service agencies, family planning clinics, community programs, business and industry, and government agencies. Students may prepare for teaching credentials and specialized certification. A child development major provides preparation for graduate study in child or family development, social work, counseling or special education, law and social sciences.
2nd Annual These Hands Don't Hurt
Violence Awareness and Prevention Fair
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