My favorite faculty member at WMU is Karen Blaisure. Some courses I have taken with Dr. Blaisure are Intimate Relationships, Human Sexuality, and Family Policy. Dr. Blaisure helped me out of class numerous times and taught me the most in my academic career while helping me grow as a writer. The course intimate relationships helped me confirm I want to be a school counselor and teach the importance of intimate relationships.
Meet Carly: Child and family development
"During my college experience at WMU, I always felt support and care from my faculty and staff around me."
What song should we listen to while we read this?
Song Title: On Top Of The World
Artist: Imagine Dragons
Child development and services at WMU
The family science and human development: child development (formerly child and family development) and services concentration prepares individuals to work with children, and their families, in a range of care and service settings. This concentration centers on the development of children, birth through school age, and the cultivation of skills, environments, and programs that promote healthy child development and outcomes. Interpersonal relationships and communications; diverse family systems; parent education; family law and policy; and professional ethics and competencies are emphasized.