The Child Development and Family Studies major focuses on human development across the life span and the ecology of family. The program underscores both theoretical and applied approaches to the study of children and family.
The undergraduate program offers coursework on child development, child welfare, child coun-seling, family policy, family relations, aging families, and family counseling. It also provides stu-dents a practicum opportunity at the SNU Child Educare & Research Center, the Gwanak-gu Healthy Family Support Center and the Gwanak-gu Multicultural Family Support Center.
The graduate program, offering both master’s and doctoral degrees, focuses on research and methodology relating to child development and family dynamics. Students will be prepared to be-come professionals in the field of child development, child welfare, early childhood education and care, family counseling and education, gerontology, family intervention and policy
- Human Developmment and the Family / Child Development / Family Relations
|Park, Hye Junemail@example.com||Ed.D., Columbia University||Child Counseling and Special Children Lab.|
|Lee, Kangyifirstname.lastname@example.org||Ph.D., Seoul National University||Child Development Lab.|
|Park, Youjeongemail@example.com||Ph. D., Cornell University||Infant Studies and Educare Lab.|
|Choi, Nayafirstname.lastname@example.org||Ph.D., Seoul National University||Child Language·Cognition Lab.|
|Lee, Jaerimemail@example.com||Ph.D., University of Minnesota||Family Relations Lab.|
|Chin, Meejungfirstname.lastname@example.org||Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University||Family Policy Lab.|
|Kim, Kyungminemail@example.com||Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University||Family Development·Gerontology Lab.|
|Chung, Grace H.||firstname.lastname@example.org||Ph.D., University of Illiois at Urbana-Champaign||Family Environment Lab.|