Do you want to make a difference in the lives of families and individuals? Our family sciences programs will prepare you for a career in the consumer protection field, adoption agencies, foster care programs, individual and family therapy support services, population studies and demographic research, hospital-based family support, public health programs and more.
Programs in the Department of Family Sciences provide:
- Rigorous academic studies
- Community engagement
- Quality field placements
- Hands-on learning experiences
Classes offered online and close to home
We understand that many of you have work, family and other responsibilities. Our online courses and programs provide the flexibility you need to balance the demands of your personal and professional lives.
Collin County students may take TWU courses at the Collin Higher Education Center (CHEC). Junior- and senior-level family sciences courses leading to a bachelor’s degree in child development are offered each semester. The department plans to offer all major courses necessary to complete a bachelor’s degree in child development (with no emphasis) within a two-year rotation.