Adolescence Study Option
Our Adolescence Study Option Allows You To:
- Prepare for a career related to adolescents and young adults in public and private human service agencies.
- Participate in a twelve-credit supervised internship at a human service agency.
- Learn from faculty that have strong commitments to quality instruction and advisement.
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Human Development & Family Relations, Study Option in Adolescence (54 credits)
The study option in adolescence prepares students for careers related to adolescents and young adults in public and private human service agencies. Examples of courses include adolescence in society; introductory and applied counseling techniques; psychology of adolescence, youth, and early adulthood; and juvenile delinquency: cross cultural perspectives. One semester of full-time supervised field work in a human service agency is also an integral part of the curriculum.
- Adolescence study option course curriculum (671kB PDF file, requires the free Acrobat Reader)
- Human development & family relations course descriptions
Questions, Comments, Suggestions?
If you would like more information about the human development & family relations program at SUNY Plattsburgh, please contact
Dr. Marty Frost, Professor and Chair
Phone: (518) 564-4173
Ms. Randi L. Trombley
Office Location: Ward Hall 109
Phone: (518) 564-2164