Department of Child and Family Studies - Roadmaps to Graduation / What Courses Should I Take?

Bachelor of Arts Degree in Child and Family Studies

"Roadmaps to Graduation" for the Child and Family Studies program are suggested plans designed to inform undergraduate students about the sequence of courses needed to satisfy degree requirements. Choose the "Roadmap" that best fits your situation. Roadmaps are not meant to cover every possibility, but are simple guides to help you along the way.

Fall 2021-present

BA in Child Development Current Program Roadmaps for Students beginning Fall 2021 to present

BA in Child Development - Option I: General Option – 2-Year Roadmap for Transfer Students

BA in Child Development - Option I: General Option – 4-Year Roadmap for Freshmen Students

BA in Child Development - Option II: Elementary Subject Matter Teacher Preparation Option – 4-Year Roadmap for Freshmen Students

 

Former Catalog Years 

BA in Child Development Roadmaps for Students who began Fall 2018 to Spring 2021

BA in Child Development -Option I: General Option – 2-Year Roadmap for Transfer Students

BA in Child Development -Option I: General Option – 4-Year Roadmap for Freshmen Students

BA in Child Development - Option II: Elementary Subject Matter Teacher Preparation Option – 4-Year Roadmap for Freshmen Student

 

 

 

BA in Child Development Roadmaps for Students who began Fall 2016-Fall 2017

BA in Child and Family Studies -Option I: General Option - Transfer Students - 2 year Plan - Semester (2016-17)

BA in Child and Family Studies -Option I: General Option - Freshmen Students -  4 Year Plan - Semester (2016-17)

BA in Child and Family Studies -Option II: Elementary Subject Matter Teacher Preparation Option - Transfer Students - 2 year Plan - Semester (2016-17)

BA in Child and Family Studies -Option II: Elementary Subject Matter Teacher Preparation Option - Freshmen Students -  4 Year Plan - Semester (2016-17)