Human Development Minor

The Department of Health and Human Development offers a non-teaching minor in Human Development.  Students in the minor examine current research, theory, and practice across the lifespan and select 12 credits of supporting courses based upon their interests.  The minor is designed to enhance the student's major area of study and is a strong complement to all majors.  The minor cannot be completed by students completing a major in Human Development and Family Science.

Required Courses

HDFS 101ISIndiv and Fam Dev: Lifespan3
HDFS 263Relationships and Fam Systems3
Choose one of the following:3
Early Childhood Development
Middle Childhood and Adolescent Development
Adult Development and Aging
Take 12 credits from the following:12
Exceptional Learners
Statistical Measures of Well-Being
Personal and Family Finance I
Theories and Skills for the Human Services
Family Life Education
Parenting
Gndr, Rce, Clss, and Fam Diver
Family Law & Public Policy
Approved substitutions (3 credits)
Total Credits21

 9 Credits of Upper Division is Required