Child Development and Family Relations - Non Licensure

The child development and family relations concentration offers a holistic, ecological and integrative perspective on children and families. Course work provides in-depth knowledge to prepare graduates for careers working with people across the lifespan in a variety of human service settings including: government agencies, children’s services, cooperative extension and others. 
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Degree Details

Degree: Bachelor of Science
Major: Human Ecology
Concentration: Child Development and Family Relations - Non Licensure

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School of Human Ecology
Oakley Hall 106
(931) 372-3157
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