Department Chair: Dr. Toni Campbell

By incorporating theory, research, policy, and practice into our curriculum, this department provides students who major in ChAD a thorough grounding in child and adolescent development. Whether in K-8 classrooms, in child care settings, or in other fields related to children and their families, students who graduate with a degree in Child and Adolescent Development are well prepared to meet the challenges of beginning their careers.


Browse the Child and Adolescent Development Collections:

Faculty Publications

Master’s Theses and Graduate Research