Pre-Professional Human Development and Family Sciences
HDFS majors study interdisciplinary research and theory on human development across the lifespan within the contexts of families, school, work, and communities to prepare for careers in schools and helping professions and to pursue advanced academic degrees. The BS in Human Development and Family Sciences can be pursued through one of three required options listed below:
- Child Development option
- Human Development and Family Sciences, General
- Human Services option
See each option in the HDFS overview for detailed information.
Note: It is possible to choose more than one option. Students should meet with an advisor in the college's Office of Student Success in the Women's Building 105 for additional information.