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The Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Community Engagement (HDCE) equips students to act as effective agents of change in today’s society. Students will collaborate with community programs and non-profit agencies in urban city centers that initiate social change and actions for communities, families, and individuals. Through strong theoretical foundations as well as practical and authentic learning experiences, students gain the skills needed to serve communities, including underrepresented populations. By examining physical, neural, cognitive, and social-emotional growth, students will learn to serve populations ranging from birth through adulthood. With the embedded minor, students have the flexibility of focusing their skills in a specific area of interest.
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This program seeks to engage students in a progressive and flexible course of study that allows for specialization and meets individual needs. There are rigorous research components embedded in the program that will prepare students to tackle real-life problems with confidence, allowing them to empower themselves and the populations they will work with in the community.
Students will be prepared to work in a variety of diverse settings that can include:
The University of Cincinnati and all regional campuses are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.