Bachelor of Science in Child and Family Services
With a Child and Family Services degree, you can learn parenting skills, family crisis management, family communication and more!
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 bachelor’s of science in child and family services might appeal to you.
A career in family and child development can have many facets, and ACU can prepare you for all of them.
University Requirements: 56 credit hours + Major Requirements: 39 credit hours + Electives: 33 credit hours = Total Required: 128 credit hours
Early Action: November 1st
Regular: February 1st
National Candidates: May 1st