Bachelor of Science in Child and Family Studies - Youth and Family Development Program By Syracuse University |Top Universities

Bachelor of Science in Child and Family Studies - Youth and Family Development

Bachelor of Science in Child and Family Studies - Youth and Family Development

Syracuse University

Main Campus, Syracuse, United States
  • QS World University Rankings
    651-700
  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors
The 124 credit B.S. degree program in child and family studies provides students with a broad foundation covering a range of issues focusing on the healthy development of children and families. In addition to liberal arts courses, students are expected to complete 15 credits of Program Requirements and 18-24 credits in a specialty track (decided on in the second semester of the sophomore year). Youth and Family Development: The specialization prepares students to pursue post-graduate work in numerous roles, including: clinical psychologist, child guidance counselor, social worker, marriage and family therapist, family lawyer, family mediator, child advocate and a variety of ancillary health care service roles.