Bachelor of Science in Human Development Stephens College
The Human Development program provides a deep understanding of how children and adults develop physical and mental traits and behaviors.
A major in Human Development lays the groundwork for careers in a range of fields including education, psychology, or counseling. The program features both education and psychology tracks. Students benefit from an on-campus laboratory Children’s School, a strong psychology program, a master's program in counseling, and Stephens' commitment to personalized education.
- Examine issues in gender, forensic and physiological psychology.
- Get a strong foundation in math and science to analyze and solve case studies.
- Study child development and work alongside master-level teachers in the Stephens College Children’s School, which serves preschool through fifth grade.
- Investigate human behavior in a community-wide study.
Focus on child development and education to prepare for work in schools and pre-K settings, or to build a solid foundation for graduate study.
Graduates often work in health care with adults, including retirement homes.
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