In contemporary society, the definition of family is evolving; the traditional nuclear family has many variations. If you’re interested in learning about human development—from infancy to adolescence—and the relationship between youths and their family and social settings, a degree in child and family services might appeal to you.
Taught from a Christian perspective, our program prepares people-oriented students for a variety of careers serving children and families. You will examine current research and theory, and learn to design, implement and evaluate family life education plans.
|Credit hours||University Requirements: 56 credit hours
Major Requirements: 39 credit hours
Minor Requirements: 18 credit hours
Electives: 33 credit hours
Total Required: 128 credit hours
|Department||Bible Missions and Ministry
|School/College||College of Biblical Studies
You’ll take courses such as:
Child and family services majors get practical experience through co-curriculars such as: