Walden’s B.S. in Child Development program offers a variety of concentrations to help you meet your personal and professional goals.


Making Connections

All concentrations feature a unique series of courses titled Making Connections. These courses will keep you up-to-date with discussions and explorations of current research, trends, and issues that are impacting the lives of children and adolescents, their families, and your work as a child-development professional. The courses, which offer perspectives and insights from fields related to child development—such as psychology, public health, and medicine—will broaden your awareness, expand your knowledge, and sharpen your communication skills.

You also have the option to pursue an undergraduate minor. Your minor must be in a discipline outside your bachelor’s degree program area. Adding a minor to your program of study allows you to gain multidisciplinary skills that can help you advance toward your professional goals.

 

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