The objective of the major is to offer a general education background, a knowledge base in life span and family development, and a core of professional skills with entry level professional competence.
Three options are available for this degree:
- Adult Development and Aging Services Option
- Children, Youth and Family Services Option
- Early Childhood Care and Education Option
For the Associate in Science degree in Human Development and Family Studies, a minimum of 60 credits is required.
If you are interested, please contact:
Instructor, Human Development & Family Studies
For admissions information, contact the Penn State Shenango Admissions
Office at (724) 983-2803.