The Child Development Undergraduate degree, as well as the Masters of Science in Developmental Trauma, is available through the Department of Psychology. The Child Development Program is designed for students who wish to go into occupations or areas of study involving child mental health, education, or social work. The program educates students in issues involving the physical, social, and cognitive development of children, professional conduct in working with children, and global issues involving children. The undergraduate degree provides a multidisciplinary curriculum drawing upon the strengths of four colleges and nine disciplines: Child Development, Communication Sciences & Disorders, Sociology, Criminal Justice & Anthropology, Education, Nutritional Sciences, Nursing, Psychology, and Social Work.
For questions regarding the Child Development Major, Minor, or Master of Science in Developmental Trauma, please contact Dr. Casey Call at firstname.lastname@example.org.