Minor in Human Development (code 0-8014)
This new minor was recommended by the Academic Senate on May 2, 2002
and approved by the President on June 4, 2002.
The minor in Human Development may be combined with any major at CSULB except Human Development and Liberal Studies, Track II-Human Development Concentration. The minor in Human Development offers students an opportunity to supplement their education with an interdisciplinary study of lifespan development within societal and cultural contexts.
A minimum of 7 courses, chosen in consultation with the Human Development Program Advisor, which must include:
1. ANTH 120 or PSY 100 or SOC 100
2. HDEV 250, HDEV 307I, HDEV 320, HDEV 357I, HDEV 360
3. One additional Human Development course chosen from HDEV 300I,
HDEV 340, HDEV 364, HDEV 402, HDEV 403, HDEV 470. All students in this minor must take at least 6 courses in Human Development. All students who complete another course as part of their major that is equivalent to a Human Development course (such as a statistics course equivalent to HDEV 250) must substitute another HDEV course for that one.
EFFECTIVE: Fall 2002