Child and Family Science, Minor


Department of Child and Family Science

Child and Family Science Minor Requirements

A Minor in Child and Family Science consists of 21 units, of which 12 must be upper-division. The minor program must include CFS 31, 39, and 153. The remaining coursework for the minor will be determined in consultation with an advisor, and must be certified by the student's CFS advisor and the department chair. The certified minor program is filed with the university's Undergraduate Degree Evaluations once all minor coursework is completed. Some CFS courses (CFS 37, 130W, 139, 140, 145A, 145B, 193) are restricted to majors and not open to minors. Students must formally add the CFS Minor before being allowed to enroll in upper-division restricted classes. Students are required to earn a grade of C or better in all minor courses.


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