Finish your child and family services degree in Tulsa
Advance your career working with children, families and vulnerable populations through
OSU's bachelor's degree in human development and family science: child and family
services. You'll build knowledge in individual development, family dynamics, policy,
management and professional skills and gain hands-on experience that will help you
stand out in the workplace.
Child and family services at OSU-Tulsa is a degree completion program for transfer
and returning adult students.
The OSU-Tulsa Difference
When you earn your OSU degree in Tulsa, you’ll be surrounded by a supportive campus
community and student services designed specifically for transfer and working adult
students. Classes are available one evening a week at our downtown campus, and some
courses are available online or in a hybrid format.
Tulsa is home to multiple agencies and organizations who serve families, children
and vulnerable populations. This program's integrated internship experience helps
you apply the knowledge learned in the classroom in a professional setting. Internships
have been completed in Tulsa-area agencies including the YMCA, CASA for Kids and Youth
Services of Tulsa.
Best of all, you will be learning alongside others like you with a passion for making
a difference. You'll be able to share experiences and learn from each other as you
build your professional skills and qualifications. You'll also have the opportunity to participate in research focused on enhancing individual,
family, and community well-being through the Center for Family Resilience, Center
for Research on Childhood Adversity, or Institute for Building Early Relationships.
About the Degree
Tulsa students are OSU students — they learn from the same faculty, study with the
same curriculum and earn the same OSU degree as students on our main campus in Stillwater.
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