Looking Ahead to Graduate School
The undergraduate degree programs in Human Development and Family Studies prepare students to pursue graduate degrees in many areas.
Graduates from the Human Development and Family Studies (formerly the Family Community Services) Degree Program have gone on to pursue degrees in:
- Child Development
- Child Life
- Community Services
- Family Life Education
- Law School
- Public Policy
- Social Work
- Youth Development
Graduates from the Child Development Degree Program have earned graduate degrees in:
- Special Education
- Teacher Certification in other states
Graduates can choose to become scholars in the field by pursuing an M.A. and Ph.D., or become practictoners who work directly with children, youth and families by earning a M.A or Ed.S.
Please let your Academic Advisor know that you are interested in a post baccalaureate degree program so you can be guided to the best choices in undergraduate courses and other opportunities to prepare for a successful graduate school education.
For more information about graduate school options, please contact an Academic Advisor at: email@example.com.