Child and Family Services

Are you interested in making a difference in the lives of children and families?

The Bachelor of Science in Child and Family Services is designed for students who wish to work with children, adolescents, and/or families in a counseling-related field. In this program, you’ll learn about child development and family dynamics, marital relationships, interactions between family members, cultural variations and practical knowledge about individuals and families.

The Bachelor of Science in Child and Family Services will prepare you for a broad spectrum of careers, and provides a solid foundation of coursework when moving on to a graduate program.

One of the many strengths of Child and Family Services program is the extensive community-based experience built into the curriculum. Field experience is encouraged at both the junior and senior level, providing you with hands-on practical experience and ample opportunity to explore career options.

About the Psychology & Human Services Division

The Bachelor of Science in Child and Family Services is offered under the Psychology & Human Services Division.

CSJ’s Psychology & Human Services Division educates and trains professionals in psychology, substance abuse treatment, counseling and human services. Students in the division have an interest in the welfare of others and understand the importance of strong communities.

The Division of Psychology & Human Services offers undergraduate degree programs in Human Services, Psychology, Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services, Community Development and Counseling, and Child and Family Services. The division also offers a graduate certificate in Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services and degree programs in School Counseling, Clinical Psychology, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Community Counseling and Community Counseling: Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services.