Emphasizing a comprehensive, interdisciplinary understanding of human development from birth through the latter part of life, programs in Pacific Oaks’ School of Human Development focus on the biological, psychological, emotional, and sociological factors that contribute to an individual’s development.
Students will develop the skills to work in a wide range of settings. Many apply their knowledge in serving their communities by putting their degrees to work in social service, nonprofit work, health care, and education.
We try to make sure that all content is seen through a variety of lenses so that everybody’s voice can be heard.
—Dr. Donald Grant, Associate Dean, School of Human Development
School of Human Development Programs
B.A. Human Development
B.A. Human Development Concentrations
- Early Childhood Education and Development
- Preliminary Multiple Subject Teaching Credential
- Active Learning Across the Lifespan
- Social Change
- Working with Adults
- Advocacy and Social Justice