What does it cost?

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How long will it take?

Core curriculum: 42-43 hours

Where can I take classes?
Atlanta Campus

Am I required to take classes at a specific location?
Atlanta Campus

Application Deadlines View Admissions Requirements

Human Learning and Development, B.I.S.

Email: oari1@gsu.edu
Phone: 404-413-8040

The Human Learning and Development program provides students an opportunity to acquire a career-oriented range of skills and knowledge. Students choose from the coursework in behavior and learning disabilities, counseling, deaf studies, educational psychology, family and community literacy, learning technologies, and research methods and problem-solving. Courses are taught by faculty across the College of Education & Human Development's seven departments.

No application is required for this bachelor's degree. Students are required to declare two selected disciplines with their academic adviser or online.

Human Learning and Development, B.I.S.

Email: oari1@gsu.edu
Phone: 404-413-8040

The Human Learning and Development program provides students an opportunity to acquire a career-oriented range of skills and knowledge. Students choose from the coursework in behavior and learning disabilities, counseling, deaf studies, educational psychology, family and community literacy, learning technologies, and research methods and problem-solving. Courses are taught by faculty across the College of Education & Human Development's seven departments.

No application is required for this bachelor's degree. Students are required to declare two selected disciplines with their academic adviser or online.

What does it cost?

Check out our cost calculator or visit student financial services for information on estimated costs.

How long will it take?

Core curriculum: 42-43 hours

Where can I take classes?
Atlanta Campus

Am I required to take classes at a specific location?
Atlanta Campus

Application Deadlines
View Admissions Requirements

Program Highlights

Gain Career-Oriented Skills

Our interdisciplinary program of study helps students develop a wide range of career-oriented skills and knowledge in the human learning and development fields. Students choose two disciplines and complete an internship before graduating. 

Human Learning and Development Disciplines

  • Behavior and learning disabilities
  • Counseling
  • Deaf studies
  • Educational psychology
  • Family and community literacy
  • Learning technology
  • Research methods and problem-solving

Careers

Students participate in research internships by taking EDUC 4982 Undergraduate Research in Urban Education or a practical, community-based internship through EDUC 4670 Internship in Human Learning and Development. Those interested in the EDUC 4670 option need to submit an application using an online submission form.

Program Details

Admissions Requirements

The Human Learning and Development concentration is an interdisciplinary program in the College of Education and Human Development. Courses are taught by faculty from the Departments of Counseling and Psychological Services; Educational Policy Studies; Learning Sciences; and Middle and Secondary Education.

This concentration provides students an opportunity to acquire a career-oriented range of skills and knowledge of this important field by choosing from the coursework in behavior and learning disabilities; counseling; deaf studies; educational psychology; family and community literacy; learning technologies; and research methods and problem-solving.

Students should contact an advisor in the University Advisement Center or the College of Education and Human Development Office of Academic Assistance to declare the major. They should declare their major by the time they have earned 42 credit hours to avoid a delay in graduation. A 2.0 GPA is required to pursue the program.

The Human Learning and Development concentration is an interdisciplinary program in the College of Education & Human Development. Courses are taught by faculty from the Departments of Counseling and Psychological Services, Educational Policy Studies, Learning Sciences and Middle and Secondary Education. The core curriculum is 42-43 hours and you will choose two disciplines. Students will also be required to complete three to nine hours of internship related to one or more of the disciplines chosen.

More Information

You should contact an advisor in the University Advisement Center or the College of Education & Human Development Office of Academic  Assistance to declare the major.

You should declare your major by the time you have earned 42 credit hours to avoid a delay in graduation.

A 2.0 Georgia State University GPA is required in order to pursue the program.

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Contacts

Program Coordinator
Omer Ari
oari1@gsu.edu
404-413-8406

Mailing Address & Office Location
College of Education & Human Development
30 Pryor St. SW
Atlanta, GA 30303

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