Minor in Human Development and Family Science
In human development and family science (HDFS), students may focus coursework on promoting child health and protection, understanding and meeting the needs of older children and adolescents as well as human development, family science or family economics.
The HDFS minor consists of 18 credits and is available only for NDSU students completing a bachelor's degree.
- HDFS 135 Family Science (3 CREDITS)
- HDFS 230 Life Span Development (3 CREDITS)
- Electives (12 CREDITS)
At least 9 credits must be 300 or 400 level and no more than 3 credits may be a field experience, practicum or student teaching.
Total Credits: 18
NDSU Department of Human Development and Family Sciences
NDSU Office of Admission
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