If you transferred into CSUMB as an AA-T-certified student in Child and Adolescent Development, you must complete the following courses for the bachelor’s degree in Human Development & Family Studies. If you are unsure about your transfer status, please talk to an advisor.
*Students who demonstrate language proficiency through the 201 level and who do not require any additional language courses may choose to complete a 12 unit minor of their choice.
Students who may only need one or two language courses to satisfy the requirement may select any amount of elective coursework that will result in the successful completion of 60 units in order to complete the requirements.
General Education and University Requirements
The State of California requires completion of a 48 unit General Education Breadth program, including 9 units of upper division GE in areas B, C, and D in order to meet graduation requirements. CSUMB also requires completion of campus-specific University Requirements.
Students select and complete coursework in the following areas to satisfy their degree requirements: