Child Learning and Development Major (BA Traditional)
This major focuses on the fundamental processes of child and adolescent development within the contexts of families, schools, peer groups, and larger cultural contexts. The major prepares students for a wide range of careers in education, psychology, social work, family medicine, public health, family law, and public policy. This major does not lead to a Minnesota teaching license.
General Education Requirements
All degree seeking undergraduate students must complete the general education requirements.
Bachelor of Arts degree consists of a major of typically 32 to 44 credits or two minors, general education courses, and elective courses totaling a minimum of 120 credits.
|Prerequisites from General Education|
|Introduction to Psychology (4)|
|Required Education Courses|
|ED 201||Foundations of and Introduction to Education||3|
|ED 330||Human Diversity and Relations||2|
|ED 336||Educational Psychology||3|
|Select one of the following:||2|
|Young Children with Special Needs (2)|
|The Inclusive Classroom (2)|
|Select one of the following:||4|
|Child Psychology and Development (4)|
|Adolescent Psychology (4)|
|Child and Adolescent Developmental Psychology for K-12 Educators (4)|
|Select 29 credits of additional upper-level coursework (300 or 400) in Education or Psychology||29|