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Health and Human Services BA - Child and Family Studies Concentration - Academic Experience

(HEGIS: 49.03 HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCI, CIP: 45.0101 Social Sciences, General)

Experiential Learning

The Health and Human Services BA – Child and Family Studies concentration curriculum allows students to complete one or two semesters of internship in fulfillment of major requirements. This experience provides students the opportunity to put into practice the concepts they have learned in the classroom, to develop professional skills, and to learn firsthand about the responsibilities and ethics that are required of professionals in the field. Students intern with a range of organizations, including pre-schools, elementary classrooms, child protective services and programs for children with developmental disabilities.

Study Abroad

The Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Degree Program encourages students in any of our majors to take part in a study abroad experience. Advisors in the program will work with students to review study abroad courses for possible use in the major.

Extracurricular Activities

Honors and Awards

Departmental Honors

A student in the Health and Human Services BA – Child and Family Studies concentration program is eligible for departmental honors based on her/his major grade point average. All courses taken by a student that are included in a student's chosen curriculum will be used in calculation of the major GPA. For example, if a curriculum requires a student to select two courses from a particular section and the student completes three courses from that section, all three courses would be used to calculate a student's major GPA. Honors levels are Distinction with a GPA of 3.250 to 3.490, High Distinction with a GPA of 3.500 to 3.740 and Highest Distinction with a GPA of 3.750 or higher. A minimum of 50% of credits for the major must be completed at UB to be eligible for departmental honors.

 
Published: Aug 02, 2021 11:30:09