Child Development/Family Relations Option
Are you fascinated by children? Do you observe the dynamics between children and their parents? Students majoring in Child Development/Family Relations study the normal, healthy developmental stages of children and families. Students learn methods for scientifically observing and managing human behavior and then apply them in the child development laboratory with three- and four-year olds, parent conferences, and internship opportunities in child care facilities, hospitals, and social service agencies.
Family Life Option
The Family Life Option provides a general preparation in family science. Students may select to pursue course preparation for Accredited Financial Counselor or Certified Family Life Educator. Career options include jobs in business firms, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations. Students could also declare a minor in Aging. See advisor for specific coursework to pursue these options.
Teaching & Advising Faculty
Idaho area code (208)
Nancy Deringer | Curriculum Vitae