Human Development and Family Sciences Minor
Also available at OSU-Cascades and via Ecampus.
Students minoring in Human Development and Family Sciences will learn how people change across the life course within the contexts of families, schools, work and society. This minor is a perfect complement to majors such as business, education, psychology, sociology, public health and a wide variety of allied health professions, and women, gender, and sexuality studies.
A minor in HDFS will enable students to:
- Explore how individuals develop and become resilient over time – particularly within the context of family, school, work and society.
- Discover how significant relationships with parents, partners, teachers and friends can influence the ways in which we develop over time.
- Consider how difficult circumstances, such as poverty, make lives and relationships more difficult to navigate.
- Appreciate the diverse ways in which individuals and families thrive and survive.
Minor Code: 839
|HDFS 201||*CONTEMPORARY FAMILIES IN THE U.S.||3|
|HDFS 311||INFANT AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT||4|
|HDFS 313||ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT||4|
|HDFS 314||ADULT DEVELOPMENT AND AGING||4|
|HDFS 341||FAMILY STUDIES||4|
|Select any three courses from the following:||9-12|
|INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN SERVICES|
|HUMAN SERVICES PRACTICUM|
|CRITICAL THINKING IN HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY SCIENCES|
|PARENTING RESEARCH AND APPLICATION|
|FAMILY, SCHOOL, AND COMMUNITY COLLABORATION|
|CHILDREN AND YOUTH WITH DISABILITIES|
|FAMILY VIOLENCE AND NEGLECT|
|*FAMILIES AND POVERTY|
Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC)
Minor Code: 839