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On completion of the undergraduate degree in Human Development and Family Studies, students will:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the complexity of individual and family development across the life span in diverse contexts and changing environments

  • Demonstrate an ability to evaluate and apply research and theory to practice and policy

  • Analyze processes, policies, and contextual factors that affect the delivery of human services to individuals and families

  • Demonstrate professional, ethical, and culturally sensitive standards of conduct

  • Demonstrate knowledge and competence in helping, leadership, and administrative skills for human services

We conduct annual assessments of program effectiveness to monitor whether our students are reaching these learning objectives.