Youth Studies Sophomore Seminar: Adolescent Development

YDEV 270
Youth Development
Minimum of sophmore status.

This course is required for Youth Development Studies students. This course is to be taken in the fall semester of the student’s sophomore year (or the first spring semester of a newly declared upperclassman in the Youth Development Studies major). It is an introductory course that provides information and practical application of the Youth Development Studies major. The student will be introduced to and have opportunity to experience various youth services and ministries. Each student will present a proposed academic program for specialization study. This program will consist of a minimum of 25 credits and must be approved by the program director.