The bachelor of science program is for undergraduates who are interested in learning about how people grow and change throughout their life course. You’ll get the chance to study child and adolescent development, adult development, adjustment, human relations, developmental theory, and research methodology. Students also take introductory courses in the field of counseling, complete a two-quarter field experience shadowing a psychologist, counselor, or another human service provider.
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