California State University, East Bay (CSUEB) College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences (CLASS) is offering a fully online undergraduate degree.
The Bachelor of Arts in Human Development, with an option in 1) Adult Development and Gerontology, 2) Women's Development, or 3) Early Childhood. Applications are being accepted for 60 transfer students new to CSUEB for the Fall quarter.
The curriculum for the online degree examines human development theories and its social, cultural, physical and emotional dimensions. In addition, students will study lifespan concepts and developmental issues concerning children, adolescents, adults, gendered and aging populations.
The program would be of particular interest to transferring community college students who work fulltime but still want to earn a four-year degree. Upper division transfer eligibility is required.
Human Development is one of CLASS' largest departments, with over 400 majors. The interdisciplinary program links theory and methodology from such fields as anthropology, biology, linguistics, psychology and sociology. Graduates often work in such areas as education, counseling and business, or continue on for advanced degrees in a range of disciplines such as social work, public administration, law or gerontology.
Students interested in information for the Online HDEV BA Degree Completion Program should email HumanDevInfo@csueastbay.edu and one of our advisors will provide information. For information on the Human Development Oline BA Major Completion Program or to apply, call 510-885-3076.
Due to the nature of the program current students who have already taken Upper Division Human Development courses are not eligible for the Human Development Online BA Major Completion Program.