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Family Studies Minor

A minor in family studies can serve as a support area for students majoring in one of the social or behavioral sciences such as psychology or sociology. In addition, a minor can serve as an ideal complement for students in a professional field, such as social work, nursing, education or law enforcement.

The family studies minor has three required core courses and two elective courses. There are three designated options within the family studies minor. Contact an academic advisor or the advising office for information on these options.

Required (20 total credits)

Required Core Courses (12 credits)

Elective Courses (8 credits)

Students select any elective courses from the list below.