Pacific Oaks College offers the Master of Arts in Human Development, with four different areas of concentration.
Students can choose from the following:
Early Childhood Education and Development - Students will study the theories of human development and the biological, psychological, emotional, and sociological factors that contribute to an individual’s growth.
Social Change - Students interested in social activism, social change, and policy making will acquire the tools to help make a positive impact.
Leadership in Education and Human Services - Students will focus on developing collaborative leadership skills, fine-tuning interpersonal communication skills, and facilitating team building.
Ecological Perspectives of Lifespan Development - Students will work in integrated, cross-generational settings, including family and community advocacy, as well as adolescents, adults, or the elderly.
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Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Senior College and University Commission
Some of the online degrees are only offered to California residents.
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