Child and Family Studies
The child and family studies interdisciplinary major provides the student with comprehensive knowledge of child development as well as dynamics of family living. The psychosocial perspective of this program provides ideal academic preparation for students interested in working with children either in the context of education or human service.
See Sociology, Anthropology, Criminology & Family Studies section for specific course requirements.
Associate Professor of Sociology; Department Chair
Adjunct Lecturer in Sociology-Criminal Justice