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Child and Adolescent Development Option

Human development and family science (HDFS) provides a program of study for students interested in a variety of careers that involve work with children and/or families. Students majoring in HDFS may obtain a bachelor's degree. A masters degree also is available. 

Co-curricular Opportunities

Students may enhance their involvement in the HDFS area by participating in groups such as the HDFS Club, the North Dakota Association for the Education of Young Children, and the North Dakota Family and Consumer Sciences

 


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Last Updated: Monday, April 14, 2014 3:31:02 PM