Child and Family Studies
Child and Family Studies (CFS) is an interdisciplinary program with courses based in many departments (anthropology, education, English, film studies, political science, psychology, sociology, comparative literature, and social work).
- Prospective students: Check out the Child and Family Studies page in Majors, Minors, and Concentrations
The CFS minor provides a flexible but cohesive educational opportunity for undergraduate students interested in children, families, schools, and social-cultural contexts. Within this broad framework, different disciplines focus inquiry into the biological, familial, psychological, socioeconomic, political, cultural, and educational dimensions of child and family well-being and the varying life courses and life chances of individuals.