Youth Advocacy

Youth Advocacy is a concentration of the Education major

Education majors who wish to specialize in an area of interest can do so by completing the requirements of their perspective majors and any additional coursework within a concentration.  Students in majors other than Education complete the courses within the concentration and then will apply for an Education minor in the specialized area.

The Youth Advocacy concentration provides students with interdisciplinary perspectives on the conditions for youth in communities as well as the societal and political factors which may contribute to the ways in which communities can respond to youth needs.  The minor will allow students to gain an understanding of best practices in positive youth development as well as develop a skill set for working in a variety of setting with children and adolescents.

Required Coursework:
ED 2455 Programming for Positive Youth Development
ED 2600 Children with Special Needs
ED 3510 Community Leadership

Additional Coursework (Complete 9 credits from three different content areas):
PSY 2100 Adolescent Psychology                                              
PSY 2250 Psychology of Family Life
PSY 2800 Social Psychology
SOC 2410 Working with Individuals
SOC 2420 Working with Groups and Communities
SOC 3390 Crisis Intervention
PH 1050 U.S. Politics
PH 2500 State and Local Politics
COM 2020 Intercultural Communication
COM 2180 Leadership Communication

 
 
 
 

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