Human Development and Family Sciences - BS

The Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Sciences (HDFS) degree program will allow undergraduates to study how people develop physically, cognitively, emotionally, and socially across their life spans. It is geared towards individuals interested in careers that address the needs of youth ages 5-17 (grades K-12), adults, and the family unit. Upon graduation from the degree, students will be equipped to serve and optimize positive developmental outcomes and family well-being across civic, social, or educational sectors, including: family and community services, social or religious organizations, hospitals or non-profit organizations, private practice, or school systems.