Welcome to the Community, Family and Child Studies Division. The Community, Family and Child Studies Division is dedicated to providing quality education in human services, and child and youth services. Our programs are designed to equip students with the skills necessary to meet the increased demands for qualified professionals. These programs combine classroom instruction, field experience and interdisciplinary skills.
Students interested in Community, Family and Child Studies may obtain requirement information from the Admissions and Records Office. Additional information about the sequence of course offerings, class schedule, program costs and job opportunities can be obtained by consulting a faculty advisor or by attending a program advising session. To schedule a faculty advising appointment, contact the Division of Community, Family and Child Studies on Main Campus in Bldg. 200, Room 150, or call 843.574.6529.
The Division offers programs that prepare students to enter some of the nation's fastest-growing occupations. In Child and Youth Studies, programs include Early Care and Education, Early Childhood Development, Child Care Management, School-Age and Youth Development, Special Education, and Infant and Toddler Development. Within the Human Services field, programs include Alcohol & Subtance Abuse, Developmental Disabilities, Gerontology and Family Intervention Studies.
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