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Student Learning Outcomes

Students who graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Human Development will be able to:

  1. Use theory and research to explain lifespan development in individual, family, and/or community contexts.
  2. Critically evaluate evidence-based practices, programs, or policy solutions to address real-world problems related to human development.
  3. Analyze structural inequities related to lifespan development to identify strategies for promoting social justice.
  4. Assess needs and evaluate the delivery of human services
  5. Use research methods in Human Development to design, analyze, and conduct research, and present research findings.
  6. Apply professional ethics, knowledge, awareness, and/or skills for health and human services settings.