Youth Development Undergraduate Minor
The interdisciplinary minor/concentration in youth development provides a foundation in human development targeting developmental issues unique to adolescence. Students will learn to work with youth audiences, particularly in promoting comprehensive wellness and leadership development.
- 18 hour concentration
- A 2.0 GPA minimum is required, but students must also satisfy the GPA requirements for specific courses.
- HDFS 3301 - Theories of Human Development and Family Studies - 3 Semester Credit Hours
- HDFS 3316 - Development in Adolescence - 3 Semester Credit Hours
- HUSC 3325 - Comprehensive Wellness for Adolescents - 3 Semester Credit Hours
- HUSC 3350 - Special Topics in Human Sciences - 3 Semester Credit Hours
- HUSC 4308 - Developing and Evaluating Youth Programs - 3 Semester Credit Hours
- CFAS 4300 - Coaching Leaders - 3 Semester Credit Hours