Human Development Minor: Program Admissions

The Human Development Undergraduate Minor provides a rigorous foundation in Human Development for students who wish to support their major field of study with knowledge of human growth and development across multiple domains and developmental stages, as well as knowledge related to principles of teaching and learning and/or who desire active participation in human development research under the supervision of Human Development faculty in laboratory settings.

Student Students with a 2.0 minimum grade point average may seek enrollment in the program, during which they must complete 15-24 credits of coursework. Only courses in which the student has earned a grade of "C-" or higher will count toward the minor.

Students interested in declaring a minor in Human Development should fill out the . Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.  The Human Development minor program is capped at 300 students. Once all spaces are filled, applications will be held on a waitlist and students will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis. Students will be notified by email once their application has been reviewed and accepted.

Please email any questions about the Human Development Minor to An advisor in the Office of Student Services, College of Education, will respond to your request for information. You may also visit the the Office of Student Services in 1204 Benjamin Building for assistance.