The Department of Family Science and Social Work offers undergraduate students the following degree program, minors, and a certificate.
Child Life Specialist Certificate
The Bachelor of Social Work prepares students to work with families from a lifespan and strengths-based perspective. Upon degree completion, students may be eligible to apply for provisional certification as a Family Life Educator from the National Council on Family Relations.
Family Relationships Minor
Child Studies and Youth Development Minor
Master of Arts in Social Work (MASW)
This program is fully accredited by the Council of Social Work Education (CSWE). Graduates of the full or part-time program are eligible for licensure in Ohio and other states.
Combined Bachelor's and Master's Degree Programs
Qualified students can simultaneously pursue a bachelor's and a master's degree in one of the EHS programs that offer 3 + 2 or 4 + 1 plans. Learn more about the combined programs offered:
Educational Psychology and Family Science
This combined B.S./M.Ed. degree includes a Bachelor of Science in Family Science and a Master of Education in Educational Psychology.
Kinesiology and Health Programs
The Department of Kinesiology, Nutrition, and Health offers three combined degree programs for health promotion, exercise and health science, and kinesiology and athletic training.
Teacher Education Program
The Literacy and Language combined B.S./M.Ed. program prepares students to succeed in literacy positions in preK-12 schools by providing the very latest in research for working with emergent and striving readers.