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  Nov 19, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Human Development and Family Studies, B.S. - with Double Major


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College of Education  > Department of Psychological, Health, and Learning Sciences  > Human Development and Family Studies, B.S. - with Double Major

Overview

A Bachelor of Science degree in Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) provides a broadly based study of the intellectual, emotional, social, and moral development of individuals and families. HDFS graduates have a variety of opportunities available to them. Many students go on to graduate school in the fields of Social Work, Psychology, Education, Medicine, and Law.

All entering students must declare as a Pre-HDFS major and will work with an academic advisor to follow an informational plan leading to successful completion of program requirements. Following successful completion of pre-major requirements, students with a 2.0 cumulative UH GPA may declare a major in Human Development and Family Studies.

Degree Requirements


Degree Total: 120.0 Credit Hours

UH Core Requirements


Communication


6.0 credit hours required

Math/Reasoning


12.0 credit hours required

Life & Physical Sciences


6.0 credit hours required

Language, Philosophy & Culture


3.0 credit hours required

Creative Arts


 3 Semester Credit Hours

American History/Government/Political Science


12.0 credit hours required

Social and Behavioral Sciences


3.0 credit hours required

suggested:

Writing in the Disciplines


3.0 credit hours required

Diversity in Special Populations


6.0 credit hours required

Area Electives


12.0 credit hours required

Students must choose 12 hours from the approved list of area electives or receive approval for classes through petition.

Secondary Major Requirements


Minimum 30.0 credit hours required

See secondary major department for major requirements. Students with a double major cannot receive a certificate to teach.

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