Advising Notes for Child Development majors
- Students majoring in Child Development are required to earn a grade of C or better in all major courses. A grade of CR/NC counts in the major only if it is the sole method of grading specified for a particular course.
- Students seeking teaching credentials should see a child development adviser for program planning before enrolling in any classes in the major.
- Under the restrictions of the major, students may make approved adaptations in their programs to fulfill specific needs and career objectives in consultation with their faculty adviser.
- CFS 38, CFS 39, or PSYCH 101 are prerequisites for most upper-division CFS courses. See course descriptions in the university catalog for prerequisites.
- CFS 37 and CFS 139 may not be taken concurrently.
- Completion of the victim services cluster may lead to the Certificate in Victim Services. See Criminology Department adviser for approval.
Advising Notes for Family Science majors
- Students majoring in family science are required to earn a grade of C or better in all major courses. A grade of CR/NC counts in the major only if it is the sole method of grading specified for a particular course.
Child and Family Sciences Professional Organizations
- Association for Childhood Education International
- International Association for Relationship Research
- National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators
- National Council of Family Relations
- Society of Research in Child Development