Undergraduate Minor in Child and Adolescent Mental Health
With the number of mental health issues in children and adolescents increasing every year, there is a need for a comprehensive, practical course of study that guides professionals through the complexities of child and adolescent mental health and addresses the burgeoning problem of unresolved mental health concerns among children and youth.
This Undergraduate Minor is designed for students interested in education, psychology, medicine, social work and public health who want to focus their career aspirations on children and adolescents.
You’ll develop the skills necessary to successfully integrate the knowledge of child and adolescent mental health into their service/profession as it relates to the social and cultural context of mental health, mental illness, diagnosis and treatment, with coursework that reflects research‐based, developmentally appropriate practices for addressing children’s mental health issues.
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Office of Undergraduate and Teacher Education