Family & Child Development Major (B.S.)
The Family and Child Development program seeks to prepare students to become early childhood educators and family-related professionals who support the God-given potential of families and children. A study of human growth and development within the context of family and community provides a framework for an understanding of how people grow, learn and form relationships through the lifespan.
Program Learning Outcomes
The student will be able to:
- Create a portfolio that demonstrates the knowledge and skills applicable to professions pertaining to Family and Child Development.
- Successfully complete an internship that applies acquired skills, practices positive employment relationships, and articulates Christian worldview in professional situations.
- Apply successful techniques that address the demands and changing relationships of children and families through the developmental stages and cycles of family life.