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Work Towards Earning a Minor in Child and Family Studies this Summer!

As the demand for Child and Family Studies (CFS) courses increases, the CFS department is beginning to offer more classes during the summer terms! Below is a list of CFS summer courses that would be good options for students minoring in CFS, and many of them are fully online.

Requirements for the CFS minor are as follows:

  • CFS 210 – Human Development
  • CFS 220 – Marriage & Family Roles and Relationships
  • Four (4) additional upper-level CFS classes.

Summer 2019 Course Offerings in the CFS Department:

Mini-Term Courses

CFS 210 – On Campus/ Online Hybrid with Sally Hunter – CRN 70109

CFS 345 – Fully Online with Heidi Stolz – CRN 70184

First Session Summer Courses

CFS 210 – Fully Online with Robin Anderson – CRN 84374

CFS 220 – Fully Online with Robin Anderson – CRN 82512

CFS 360 – On Campus with Amanda Capannola – CRN 84975

CFS 440 – On Campus/ Online Hybrid with Juli Dolezal – CRN 84976

Second Session Summer Courses

CFS 320 – Fully Online with Sally Hunter – CRN 84978 .


Additional information about the minor is available on our website:


If you are interested in declaring a minor in Child and Family Studies, you should fill out this form and return the completed form to the CEHHS Advising Center at 332 Bailey Education Complex.