Student Career Opportunities

The interdisciplinary approach of the Human Development and Women's Studies programs provide an excellent preparation for students interested in graduate study in a wide range of disciplines, including anthropology, education, teacher education, social work, sociology, medicine, public administration, law, criminal justice, psychology, and counseling.Human Development and Women's Studies majors are well prepared to work with people of all age groups, and with people from diverse cultural, ethnic, sexual, socioeconomic, and religious backgrounds. Human Development and Women's Studies programs introduce students to a broad understanding of human experience and behavior, and prepares students for a variety of careers in areas such as teaching, educational leadership, social work, health care, counseling, law and law enforcement, or human resource and organizational work in community or corporate settings.

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