Did you know you can take a minor in Family Social Sciences?
A minor in FSS will give you:
- A unique & innovative interdisciplinary perspective that highlights important connections between individuals, families & communities
- Expertise in how the social determinants of health influence the health & well-being of children, older adults and communities
- An emphasis in prevention, including how to plan and implement programs that change people’s lives
- Choice in the area(s) of specialization that interest you, including topics like family violence that are not offered anywhere else
Taking a Minor in FSS will give you the knowledge, skills and experience that employers value, and better prepare you for graduate school
What is a Minor in FSS?
- A total of 18 credit hours
- No more than 6 credit hours at the 1000 level
- At least 3 credit hours at the 2000 level
- At least 3 credit hours at the 3000 or 4000 level
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