College of Health and Human Development
Child and Adolescent Studies BS
Student Learning Outcomes
Students can describe and/or explain relevant theories, concepts and related research findings.
Students can identify and describe normative development and individual and group differences.
Students can describe biological, psychological, cultural and environmental influences on development.
Students can identify and describe key components of cultural competence.
Students will be able to identify, access, analyze and synthesize relevant sources, including research studies.
Students write effectively in APA style, taking purpose and audience into account.
Students make effective oral presentations, taking purpose and audience into account.
Students can effectively apply theories, concepts, and research findings to promote child well-being across diverse populations.
Students can identify relevant ethical principles and legal issues and the impact of possible actions in real-world situations.
Students can describe effective case, administrative, legislative, and media advocacy strategies to promote the well-being of children, adolescents, and families.
*Retrieved from AMS February 27, 2023. For the most up-to-date information, please contact the program.