Children's Studies Minor
The children's studies minor provides students with a multidisciplinary understanding of childhood in human society. Using the disciplinary perspectives of literature, psychology, sociology, and anthropology, the minor grounds students in an understanding of childhood as preparation for employment in child services and advocacy, or advanced study in the fields of education, literature, psychology, sociology and anthropology.
The minor is offered jointly by the department of literature, language, writing, and philosophy; the department of communication studies; and the department of social sciences and history. Students select five 3-credit courses from the list below, making selections from at least three different disciplines.
- ANTH3102 Anthropology of Children and Childhood
- COMM3014 Family Communication
David Rosen, Ph.D.
Professor of Anthropology
Social Sciences & History
Fairleigh Dickinson University
285 Madison Avenie, M-MS3-02
Madison, NJ 07940