Bachelor Of Science In Family And Child Development Liberty University
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Transfer Credits
Up to 75% of the Degree Total can be Transferred to Liberty
Next Start Date
Jan 18, 2021
Accreditation
Liberty University is accredited by SACSCOC

Develop and Care for the Fabric of Society with a Bachelor of Science in Family and Child Development

God created the family to provide the maximum love and support and morality and example that one can imagine.” These words of the late Dr. Jerry Falwell, founder of Liberty University, are never truer than in today’s world.

If you are looking for a degree that will give you the credentials you need to work with families and impact the next generation, then a bachelor’s in family and child development is an excellent choice. This degree can be your key to a career in advocating for families and individuals who are in need of guidance and support. 

Throughout this degree, you will develop an in-depth understanding of how families work and how you can help repair or reinforce the ties that bind a family together. Liberty’s mission is to Train Champions for Christ, so if you pursue a degree with us, you will receive a Christian education from experienced professors who are grounded in their faith and ready to share their real-life experiences and training with you to set you up for success in your future career.


Why Choose Liberty’s Bachelor of Science in Family and Child Development?

You are looking for a degree that supports your goals of making a positive change in the world. At Liberty University, we are focused on helping you do just that. Our goal is to bring you the knowledge and experience you need to take that goal and fulfill God’s calling on your life.

Aside from the skills you’ll learn in our bachelor’s degree in family and child development, you will have opportunities to connect with professionals in your specific field of interest and network with other students in your program through clubs like the Family and Child Development Association. Additionally, all seniors are required to complete an internship where you can put your training into practice. A majority of our students are offered employment from the place they completed their internship!

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What Will You Learn in Our B.S. in Family and Child Development?

As you begin your studies in our Bachelor of Science in Family and Child Development degree, you will gain an understanding of human development and how to strengthen the family unit from a biblical perspective. By studying early childhood development and other principles, you will acquire the skills and knowledge you need to positively modify and shape children’s behavior. You will also study the unique and prevalent problems facing families today and how to help them overcome them. Additionally, the leadership qualities you gain will assist you in becoming an authority in your field.

View the Degree Completion Plan, and check out some of the courses you will study in our family and child development bachelor’s program listed below!

Featured Courses

FACS 204 – Introduction to Family and Child Development

FACS 361 – Therapy and Theory of Play in Early Childhood

FACS 470 – Parenting

FACS 475 – Families Under Stress

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Highlights of Our Bachelor of Science in Family and Child Development

  • Liberty University’s FACS program ranked #1 in the state of Virginia.
  • All FACS students are required to complete internships in their senior year. A majority of those students are offered jobs from their internships.
  • Several clubs like the Family and Child Development Association and the FACS Honor Society allow students to connect with professionals in their specific fields of interest and network with students in their programs.

Bachelor of Science in Family and Child Development Degree Information

Career Opportunities for Bachelor of Science in Family and Child Development Graduates

  • Adult Care Program Specialist
  • Child Advocate
  • Child Life Specialist
  • Children’s Pastor/Minister
  • Daycare/Preschool Teacher
  • Overseas Orphanage Representative 
  • Social Worker

Admission Requirements for Undergraduate Degrees

Every application is reviewed by the admission committee on a case-by-case basis, meaning there are no set minimums for acceptance. However, all applicants must submit the following documents* for admission:

  • Admission application
  • Official high school transcripts
  • Official college transcripts (if applicable)
  • SAT, ACT, or CLT scores
  • Admission essay

*Note that additional documentation may be requested by the admission committee after your application has been received.