(Leading to the Bachelor of Science Degree, Non-Licensure)
The Child Development and Family Relations concentration offers a holistic, ecological and integrative perspective on children and families. Course work provides in-depth knowledge to prepare graduates for careers working with people across the lifespan in a variety of human service settings including: government agencies, children’s services, cooperative extension and others.
Select 8 hours of TTU General Education approved Natural Science courses.
The School of Human Ecology, Child Development and Family Relations (CDFR) concentration has met the standards and criteria required for the Provisional Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE) designation from the National Council on Family Relations (NCFR). Beginning in Fall 2016, students who graduate from the School of Human Ecology CDFR curriculum (and have met all CFLE course requirements) now qualify to complete an abbreviated CFLE application process.
This program approval does not imply accreditation, but recognizes the inclusion of relevant course work for each of the ten family life content areas needed for the Provisional Certified Family Life Educator designation.
AGHE 1020 not required for transfer students with more than 12 hours.