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What is Health and Human Development?

Diverse fields of study that share one
common goal: enriching the lives of others.

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I. Contacts icon-olus-circle

College Directory

  • Academic Advisors by Major
  • Center for Student Advising and Engagement
  • College Contact and Referral Representatives
  • Dean's Office
  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Undergraduate Education
II. Policies and Procedures icon-olus-circle

Policies and Procedures

  • Academic Advising: Nature and Responsibilities
    • Responsibilities of Advisers and Advisees
    • Assignment of Adviser
    • College, Campus, and Administrative Advising Information and Communications
    • Functions of the Center for Student Advising and Engagement
    • Academic Classification of Students by Semester
    • Academic Renewal
    • University Policy for Change of Campus
    • HHD Policy for Change of Campus Location
    • Confidentiality and Security of Student Records
    • Entrance to Major/Change of Major/Update Academics
    • Exceptions to Degree Requirements/Course Substitution
    • Holds on Student Registration and Records
    • Nondegree Students
    • Petitions for Exceptions to Academic Policies and Procedures to Senate Policy
    • Reference Materials
III. Scholarship Awarding icon-olus-circle

Scholarship Awarding

  • Frequently Asked Questions about Scholarships
IV. Student Organizations icon-olus-circle

Student Organizations

  • College Wide Organizations
  • Major Specific Organizations
V. Baccalaureate Degree Programs icon-olus-circle

University Faculty Senate Approved Curriculum, Suggested Academic Plans, and Information about Career Opportunities for each degree is available in the University Bulletin.

  • Athletic Training
  • Biobehavioral Health
  • Communication Sciences and Disorders
  • Health Policy and Administration
  • Hospitality Management
  • Human Development and Family Studies
  • Kinesiology
  • Nutritional Sciences
  • Recreation, Park and Tourism Management
VI. Associate Degree Programs icon-olus-circle

Information about Program Requirements, Advising and Suggested Academic Plans:

  • Human Development and Family Studies

 

VII. Current Suggested Academic Plans icon-olus-circle

Current Suggested Academic Plans

  • Athletic Training (ATHTR)
  • Biobehavioral Health (BB H)
  • Communications Sciences and Disorders (CSD)
  • Health Policy and Administration (H P A)
  • Hospitality Management (HM)
  • Human Development and Family Studies (2EHFS) - Associate Degree Programs
  • Human Development and Family Studies (HD FS) - Baccalaureate Programs
  • Kinesiology (KINES)
  • Nutritional Sciences (NUTR)
  • Recreation, Park and Tourism Management (RPTM)
VIII. Minors icon-olus-circle

Minors of potential interest to Health and Human Development students

  • Bioethics and Medical Humanities Minor (BMH)
  • Child Maltreatment and Advocacy Studies Minor (CMAS)
  • Civic and Community Engagement Minor (CIVCM)
  • Deafness and Hearing Studies Minor (DHS)
  • Disability Studies Minor (DBLTY)
  • Diversity and Inclusion in Health and Human Development (DIHHD)
  • Environmental Inquiry Minor (ENV I)
  • Gerontology Minor (GERON)
  • Global Health Minor (GLBHL)
  • Health Policy and Administration Minor (H P A)
  • Human Development and Family Studies Minor (HD FS)
  • Information Sciences and Technology in Health Policy and Administration (ISHPA)
  • Kinesiology Minor (KINES)
  • Neuroscience Minor (NEURO)
  • Nutritional Sciences Minor (NUTR)
  • Recreation, Park, and Tourism Management Minor (RPTM)
  • Sustainability Leadership Minor (SUSLD)
IX. Credit Certificate Programs icon-olus-circle

Information about the Certificates offered through the College of Health and Human Development, including Faculty Senate Curriculum, is available in the University Bulletin.

  • Adult Development and Aging Services
  • Children, Youth, and Family Services
  • Meeting and Event Management
X. Career Information icon-olus-circle

Career Information

  • Career Areas by Major
  • Meet with a Career Counselor at Career Services
XI. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) icon-olus-circle

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Biobehavioral Health FAQs
  • Communication Sciences and Disorders FAQs
  • Health Policy and Administration FAQs
  • Human Development and Family Studies FAQs
  • Kinesiology/Athletic Training FAQs