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As part of a traditional degree path, you will take 120 credits before you graduate, about 40 courses.  This gives you 40 opportunities to strategically choose courses that help you explore your interests and maximize the amount of career-relevant information you learn in college.

There are many opportunities in Human Development and Family Studies to specialize your education, including general education requirements, supporting courses, and HDFS electives.  As you engage in career exploration, you will be able to take advantage of these course selections to explore a topic and build marketable skills in your areas of interest.