Department: Family and Consumer Sciences
Major: Youth and Community Development
This undergraduate program will prepare youth development professionals to take roles in diverse youth-serving, family, and community settings. Graduates may pursue careers in afterschool organizations, community service and youth activism programs, dropout prevention and alternative education, and in the field of juvenile justice. Students may also assume positions in informal learning environments such as museums, nature centers and environmental education program, and in outdoor and adventure programs.
Advising and registration for FCS 4290 Internship is provided within the FCS department. Please contact Melinda Holohan for more information.
- For catalog years 2022 and beyond, please see Family Science and Human Development: Youth and Community Development.
- Catalog years 2020 to 2021
- Catalog years 2017 to 2019
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