Child and Family Development
Due to the changes and diversities among modern families, there is an increasing demand for development professionals. The Child and Family Development minor is ideal for those who wish to work with children and families in various settings.
Students who study instructional technology develop capabilities for applying technologies as a tool in the learning environments and designing materials for the classroom.
Students in a wide variety of majors can benefit from increasing their knowledge of psychological principles, which they can apply in nearly every setting. This flexible minor allows you to select online courses that fit with your specific major.
Students who study religion enter many fields related to international relations. They work as attorneys, psychologists, social workers, writers, counselors, librarians, anthropologists, health professionals and more. Any career can benefit from studying the faiths of others.