Master of Science in Child Development
As a Generalist student, you will complete the 38-credit hour core child development curriculum and complete an internship focusing on developing the practice and reflection skills necessary to work with or on behalf of young children and their families. Internship options include direct service, informal education, applied research, policy and advocacy, and family/parent support services.
See sample course schedules for master’s students pursuing the Generalist concentration:
Our flagship degree offers the preparation for professional and leadership roles in a wide range of practice areas that serve children or families. Choose from one of these concentrations to tailor your program to your professional goals: