Child Studies and Youth Development Minor
For more information, please contact the Department of Family Science and Social Work, 101 McGuffey Hall or call 513-529-2323.
This minor prepares students to work with children from birth to age 25. Courses focus on growth and development, caregiver-child relationships, and understanding the diverse experiences of children and youth within their families and communities. This program is of special interest to those majoring in areas such as education, psychology, and speech pathology. This minor is not open to majors in Social Work.
A minimum 2.00 GPA is required for all courses in this minor. No courses may be taken credit/no credit.
(18 semester hours)
|Select all of the following:|
|FSW 245||Children and Families: Ages Conception - 12||3|
|FSW 261||Diverse Family Systems Across the Life Cycle||3|
|FSW 365||Family Life Sexuality Education Across Cultures||3|
|FSW 481||Adolescent Development in Diverse Families: Ages 13-25||3|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|Introduction to Critical Youth Studies|
|Social Welfare Policies & Programs|
|Child Life Theory and Practice|
|Perspectives on Child Maltreatment and Child Advocacy|
|Global Child Advocacy Issues|
|Therapeutic Play for Child Life Specialists|
|Total Credit Hours||18|