Our child welfare certificate is developed around preparing you to become an effective advocate for children as victims and survivors of child abuse. The coursework within this program will increase your understanding of factors that lead to child maltreatment, as well as how to work effectively in various agencies and systems to respond to such incidents. You may want to add a child welfare certificate if you are interested in areas such as child protective services, foster care, or adoption.
12 Credits required
You must already be a student within the College of Education and Human Sciences in order to be eligible for this certificate program. You must complete all credits within the certificate program with a grade level of C or above.
For more information check out the course catalog.
- Child welfare (required)
- Directed studies in social work
- Youth crime and juvenile justice
- History of family in America
- Child psychology
- Psychology of adolescence
- Psychology of the exceptional child
- Sociology of family
- Introduction of diverse learners
- Child abuse and neglect: educational implications