Family Child and Community Services (FCCS) focuses on growth and development of the individual throughout the life span (infancy to adulthood). It is designed to provide students with competencies necessary for improving the physical, emotional, physiological, and educational well-being of individuals and families. In addition, the program focuses on the study of interpersonal relationships within the family. Social, physical, emotional, and cognitive changes during infancy, childhood, adolescence, and adulthood are emphasized. Career opportunities are offered in public and private human service agencies, and specialized facilities serving children, adolescents, adults, and families. An internship and other community engagement work experiences are required.
Contact: Dr. Badiyyah Waajid; 804-524-8340