The Human Learning and Development concentration is an interdisciplinary program in the College of Education and Human Development. Courses are taught by faculty from the Departments of Counseling and Psychological Services; Educational Policy Studies; Learning Sciences; and Middle and Secondary Education.
This concentration provides students an opportunity to acquire a career-oriented range of skills and knowledge of this important field by choosing from the coursework in behavior and learning disabilities; counseling; deaf studies; educational psychology; family and community advocacy; learning technologies; research methods and problem-solving; and urban education.
Students should contact an advisor in the University Advisement Center or the College of Education and Human Development Office of Academic Assistance to declare the major. They should declare their major by the time they have earned 42 credit hours to avoid a delay in graduation. A 2.0 GPA is required to pursue the program.