Family and human development bs in Arizona state university tempe
The BS in family and human development offers course work on the development of individuals and families as they relate to their social worlds. A required concentration in family studies and child development provides a firm foundation for more individualized studies on contemporary issues related to human development from infancy through the end of the life span, and the development, formation and dissolution of families. Students develop proficiency in written communication, computer skills, statistics and research methods.
Official high school transcripts, Top 25% in high school graduating class, Typical SAT scores: Math (520-640), Critical reading (510-630), ACT Composite (23-28), Average GPA 3.49
Counseling, Family and developmental sciences, Law, Medicine, Social work, Business.