Human Development and Family Studies Minor
The Human Development and Family Studies minor complements undergraduate majors in the social sciences, health professions, and related disciplines by providing students with the opportunity to learn about individual and family development, interpersonal relationships, and the ecological contexts of development.
|HDFS 525||Human Development||4|
|HDFS 545||Intimate Relationships and Families||4|
|Select three additional courses chosen in consultation with a departmental adviser||12|
Individual course grades must be C or above, and the overall grade-point average for the 20 human development and family studies credits must be at least 2.0.