Master of Arts: Applied Settings
The concentration in Applied Settings is designed to provide background in theory and research regarding child development, with a focus on how this information applies to real-world settings (e.g., education, social work, policy development). This concentration is intended for students interested in pursuing careers working with children or programs that serve children and families.
With a Master's degree or higher, you can find employment in many of the following specializations: counselor, social worker, community college instructor, pediatric psychologist, research assistant, private non-profit worker, worker with special needs children and families.
Units required for Certificate: 33
Refer to the catalog for detailed admission and academic requirements.
Kristen Weede Alexander
Brighton Hall 213
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