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Human Development - Family and Consumer Sciences Option

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Human Development - Family and Consumer Sciences Option (120 Credits)

Students can be admitted as a Human Development major after completing 24 credits and earning a GPA of at least 2.0. A grade of C or better in all H D courses that apply to the option, including substitutions, is required to (a) maintain admission in the major; and (b) complete the Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Development. Of the 49 H D credits required for the major, a minimum of 21 must be taken at WSU.
First Year
First TermCredits
Arts [ARTS]3
H D 101 [SSCI]3
Quantitative Reasoning [QUAN]3 or 4
Second TermCredits
H D 2002
Humanities [HUM]3
Physical Sciences [PSCI] with lab24
Second Year
First TermCredits
AMDT Elective33
H D 2043
H D 2203
H D 3063
Second TermCredits
H D 3023
H D 3073
H D 310 [M]3
HBM 2583
TCH LRN 3013
Complete Writing Portfolio
Third Year
First TermCredits
AMDT Elective33
H D 320 [M]3
H D 350 [DIVR]3
H D 4793
TCH LRN 3172
Second TermCredits
H D 410 [M]3
H D 4803
Integrative Capstone [CAPS]3
TCH LRN 4643
TCH LRN 4653
TCH LRN 4662
Fourth Year
First TermCredits
AG ED 4402
H D 4993
TCH LRN 467 3
TCH LRN 4692
TCH LRN 4703
Second TermCredits
H D 4078
TCH LRN 4158

1One from ENGLISH 201, 301, 302 [M] or 402 is required for admission to the Teacher Education Program. Students who take ENGLISH 302 will need to take an additional [WRTG] or [COMM] course.
2Recommend one from AMDT 210 or CHEM 101.
3Select two from: AMDT 210, 211, or 417.

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