Human & Social Development – School of Education & Human Development

Human & Social Development

Become a leading program in the integration of social science and applied skills in the promotion of individual, relational, and community well-being.

To train leading thinkers, professionals and future scholars in the pursuit of innovative, scientific, and practical approaches to the promotion of well-being.

The programs in Human and Social Development integrate individual, interpersonal, social, and community approaches to the promotion of healthy development and well-being. They prepare students to work with people in multiple contexts and settings such as health and human services, schools, universities, and community programs, government and non-government agencies and grass-roots movements.

Academic Area Contact

Todd Warner

Lecturer, Department of Educational and Psychological Studies, Director of major in Human and Social Development


MB 324-H