Our alumni are making a difference in enhancing the lives of children, youth, parents, the elderly, and their families.
Our graduates work in public and private institutions including non-profit organizations, preschools, kindergarten programs, early learning centers, early intervention programs, schools, legal and governmental entities. Other students also work in the private sector, law and advocacy, and the marketplace. In addition, regardless of their place of employment, many of our graduates continue to pursue their interests in human development and family studies through public service and volunteer involvement in their communities.
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Many undergraduate HDFS students pursue graduate degrees in a wide variety of graduate programs throughout the United States and internationally, including:
Counseling (School Counseling, Community Counseling)
Human Development and Family Studies
Public Administration and Urban Affairs
Student Affairs in Higher Education