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Undergraduate Curriculum

The undergraduate curriculum at the Department of Child Development and Family Studies offers various courses regarding human development and family issues across the entire lifespan. Our courses are balanced in theory and practice, and students can acquire various types of certificates in the areas of childcare, family services, and child counseling. Every year, we select two students to be certified as teachers of domestic science in middle schools.

Basic Courses
Human Development and the Family
Advanced Courses
Child Development Track Family Studies Track
Infant Development
Child Development
Introduction to Early Childhood Educare
Curricular Activities in Early Childhood Educare
Theory on Caring and Teachers for Young Children
Health and Safety Education for Young Children
Children’s Language Development and Guidance
Practices of Child Play
Designing and Evaluating Early Childhood Educare Programs
Child Welfare
Counseling Children
Development and Guidance of Adolescence
Theory & Practice of Educare for Infants
Korean Family- Families in Social Context
Aging and Family
Family Relations
Family Problems
Family Counseling
Family Life Education
Family Therapy
Family Policy
Families in Multicultural Society
Practicum in Family Studies
Common Courses
Research Methods in Child and Family Studies
Independent Studies on Child and Family Studies


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