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Child & Adolescent Development

 

About the Child & Adolescent Development Program

The Child and Adolescent Development program prepares you for careers working with children, youth, and their families in social work, community-based settings, in preparation for elementary or secondary education services, counseling, developmental psychology, and nonprofit agencies.

The AA-T in Child and Adolescent Development provides a comprehensive understanding of a broad range of human development domains, including social, cognitive, physical, and culture from birth through adolescence. The degree provides broad undergraduate preparation for students interested in child and adolescent care, as well as a variety of youth-related social service careers.

Degrees and Certificates

Associate in Arts for Transfer - Child and Adolescent Development

19 Units + General Education Requirements

The Child and Adolescent Development degree provides a comprehensive understanding of a broad range of human development domains, including social, cognitive, physical, and culture from birth through adolescence. The degree provides broad undergraduate preparation for students interested in child and adolescent care, as well as a variety of youth-related social service careers.

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