Work with children and families in unique ways
We do interdisciplinary work. A degree in child development, family studies, or early childhood positions you to enter a variety of occupations. Our students often pair a Human Development and Family Studies degree with programs such as psychology, sociology, health professions, or a minor within our department.
We offer you many unique experiences including internships, specialty training and certifications, research opportunities, and experience in the nationally-recognized Child Development and Learning Laboratory.
Gow Recognized as Top 10 in 10
Family Studies Alum, Brooke Gow, is recognized for exceptional achievements within a decade of graduation.
Hoffman Receives Honor
The Mid-American Conference honors Dr. Holly Hoffman for outstanding support inside and outside the classroom.