As children come out at younger and younger ages, parents need to figure out how to best support them—while processing their own feelings.
Carlene Fider, Ph.D., discusses the loss and grief associated with missed milestones due to the COVID-19 pandemic from a human development perspective.
In a field as vast as human development, it can be difficult to figure out where you’ll work after graduation. Consider these three types of workplaces.
Are you interested in human development yet also have an interest in education? Learn more about how the two fields work together.
Wondering what exactly a human development major can cover? The wide variety of specializations offered at Pacific Oaks can lead to many different career paths.
If you enjoy psychology, biology, sociology, anthropology—basically any -ology!—the study of human development might be the right path for you.
Coursework in the human development degree program is comprised of learning to understand the often complex issues that people deal with throughout a lifetime.