Representatives from NDSU's Human Development and Family Science and Distance and Continuing Education departments are scheduled to present a free, online discussion about the online bachelor’s degree in human development and family science: child and adolescent development option Friday, Aug. 11, at 11 a.m. Jim Deal, professor and department head, will discuss the program and the areas of child development it covers.
The live information session will provide information about topics covered in the courses, discuss expectations of students, offer background information on the field of child development, cover admission requirements, and give participants the opportunity to ask specific questions.
The session is part of a monthly series of information sessions intended to provide in-depth information about a degree of choice as well as an opportunity to interact with representatives from NDSU.
All individuals interested in the online bachelor’s degree in human development and family science: child and adolescent development option are invited to attend the free online information session, but pre-registration is required. For more information or to register, go to ndsu.me/dcebscd or call 701-231-7015.
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