For four decades, the M.A.
The Doctoral Program in Human Development provides an interdisciplinary understanding of human development in the context of a professional specialization.
Successful management of an organization’s human capital requires a logical, consistent strategy for moving people into, around, and out of the organization.
Degree: Master, Doctorate
The program prepares students for careers in academic life, primarily in psychology, sociology, or human development; in research programs of governmental agencies at various levels; and in a range of
The Master of Science in Disability and Human Development is designed to prepare students for leadership positions in human service organizations, as well as to develop fundamental skills of research
This Master of Science degree program is designed for individuals who wish to work in a field where knowledge of human behavior is essential for effective job performance.
Degree: Master, Graduate Certificate
The Department of Family Studies offers two programs of study leading to a master of science degree in family studies - the Core Areas of Study Program and the Marriage and Family Therapy Program.
Psychological, Social and Vocational Aspects of Human Development and Adjustment
Degree: Doctorate, Master
The Life Span Developmental Science Program at FIU integrates a life-span orientation with an interdisciplinary focus on both basic and applied developmental science in an international, multicultural
The Applied Psychology - Human Development Division provides students with a foundation in the core concepts of psychology, assessment evaluation, human development and field research.
Prepare yourself to serve the complex needs of vulnerable children and families with this program offering joint master's degrees in child development and clinical social work from Erikson and Loyola
Degree: Doctorate, Graduate Certificate
The doctoral program trains students in three areas of human development: Applied Gerontology, Wellness, and Counselor Education.
The Department of Child Development and Family Science offers graduate study leading to the Master of Science degree with four options: (1) Child Development and Family Science; (2) Couple and Family
Our full-time, 42-credit M.A.
The Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction program requires a minimum of 30 credit hours.
Degree: Graduate Certificate
The one year graduate Diploma in Forced Migration and Refugee Studies is designed to meet the needs of individuals currently working with refugees, those who seek to enter that profession, and those w
The Master's program in Counseling and Human Development (CHD) is committed to developing conscientious, professionally skilled counselors who are responsive to the needs and individual differences of
This 12-hour program consists of courses and practicum, and is for students in many disciplines who want to work with people with disabilities and their families.
The Department of Human Development & Family Sciences offers graduate study leading to the Master of Science degree and the Doctor of Philosophy. Both the M.S. and the Ph.D.
The Graduate Program in Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) is housed in the Department of Human Development and Family Sciences.