Classroom Type: Fully Online Online and on campus classes
Students are prepared to effectively serve diverse families and individuals in community, school, and social service settings. Alumni continue to law school for child and family law or immigration law, medical school for pediatrics or family medicine, social work, family therapy, school psychology, counseling education, higher education, or other graduate studies.
Interest Categories: Education & Counseling
Campus: CU Denver Online
The program prepares undergraduate students to serve culturally and linguistically diverse families and individuals in various community and social service settings and to view diverse individuals from a strengths-based perspective.
Our students build their credentials by completing local and international service-learning and internships in nonprofit organizations, school and family liaison programs, after school programs, environmental and conservation outreach organizations, and human service agencies as part of their degree program.
It is designed with our faculty's involvement in students' academic and personal development. We foster a closely-knit, dedicated community of students, each of whom is mentored by professors who care. We walk alongside you from the first class to the last, supporting you each step of the way and offering you valuable experiences such as partnering in undergraduate research projects and service-learning activities.
Students in this program will:
Recommended Completion Time:4 Years
Required Credits for Completion:120
Our program seeks individuals who wish to work with diverse people in fields such as health care, education and helping professions, which are areas of employment where you work directly with individuals, families, schools and communities, potentially in diverse or underserved contexts. Many of our graduates pursue further education by enrolling in law school or master’s programs in areas such as family science, counseling, social work, school counseling, family therapy, school psychology and student affairs in higher education and other fields.
This program has rolling admissions; but, the application closes:
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303.315.6300.