Students in the Human Development and Community Engagement major build a solid foundation in child development, intercultural communication, organization leadership, research methods and urban education, with an emphasis on service outside the classroom. Students gain hands-on experience through a yearlong internship to understand the cognitive, physical and social development of children, particularly in urban communities.
- Applied Behavior Analysis
- Community Education
- Human Services
- Non-Profit Management and Social Entrepreneurship
Kelly McGinn, assistant professor of psychological studies in education, is faculty coordinator of the Human Development and Community Engagement program.