(L to R): Tekebia Brown, Mishaella Laurent, D. Sadguna Anasuri, Kaasha Campbell & Tiffany Jordan
The Human Development and Family Studies Program
focuses on the family and relationships throughout the life cycle in a
setting of multicultural forces. Both theoretical and research findings
are integrated into a multidisciplinary approach to addressing the
problems facing families in modern society.
There are two majors offered through the area:
Students in Human Development and Family Studies may choose to concentrate in Child Development, Adolescent Development or related areas. The second major, Family and Consumer Sciences Education, is offered in cooperation with the School of Education. Graduates may pursue careers in family life, child and adolescent development, government, social service agencies, teaching, or private businesses that specialize in goods and services for the family.
(L to R) Tiffany Jordan, Tekebia Brown, Dr. Cynthia Smith, Kaasha Campbell & Dr. Sadguna Anasuri