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Family Studies
​​​Family Studies Major
The Family Studies program equips students with the skills to educate and support families in a variety of human service related fields. Training in theory and research is connected to professional practice so that students are able to enter human service careers at the Bachelor level. All Family Studies majors are eligible to apply for Certified Family Life Educator status from the National Council on Family Relations upon completion of their degree. Many students continue with their education to earn a counseling related licensure
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Find your family studies advisor!
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  • HDF 100: Lifespan Development
  • HDF 211: Marriage and Close Relationships
  • HDF 213: Introduction to Human Sexuality
  • HDF 219: Field Work
Check out the family studies course list.

Family Studies Minor
This minor is designed to complement a large number of majors, particularly those that prepare students to work in health and human service settings
. Find your family studies advisor!

Requi​red courses include
  • HDF 100: Lifespan Development
  • HDF 211: Marriage and Close Relationships
  • HDF 213: Introduction to Human Sexuality

Check out the family studies course list.

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