Meditation, management and mindfulness are some of the interventions that researchers from Human Development and Family studies have been implementing at the assisted-living facilities run by Columbine Health Systems in Fort Collins.
CSU's Early Childhood Center not only prepares students for careers working with children and families, but also provides diverse opportunities for research related to children, families, and early childhood education.
State-of-the art training in human development from a lifespan and ecological perspective, and research skills to conduct both basic and applied research on human development that affect the quality of life of individuals, families, and communities.
Our Marriage & Family Therapy program, accredited by the Commission of Accreditation of Marriage & Family Therapy Education, provides a specific professional curriculum that prepares graduates for licensure as Couple and Family Therapists.
This specialization prepares students for a variety of careers, from applied work as a child life specialist or in the human services to contributing to the knowledge base as a researcher or policy analyst.