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BA in Child and Family Studies

Now you can earn your BA in Child and Family Studies from Converse College!

Our program brings Converse’s nationally-recognized higher education experience to our University Center of Greenville (UCG) location, with the same combination of quality, personal attention, and real-world preparation. Our programs are built on the student “cohort” model. You will enter with a group and progress through the program as a group, building your confidence as you go.

Converse’s BA in Child and Family Studies combines a common core of liberal arts with an in-depth study of current practices in the field of child and family studies. This teaching approach will actively engage you in scholarly excellence while preparing you to be an innovative leader in the child and family services sector.

Recent data from the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) indicates strong current and future demand for child, family, and social service workers, with a 16% growth predicted between 2018 and 2026. There is an expanding community need for entry-level employees in this field.

Why Continue your Degree with Converse?

Converse’s BA in Child and Family Studies will prepare you for a career in the expanding and high-need area of child and family services. You will develop written and oral skills, as well as leadership expertise and innovative-thinking necessary for employment in child welfare, community enrichment, and child and family-oriented organizations.

Converse’s BA in Child and Family Studies is taught at our alternate location at the University Center of Greenville (UCG), with select classes offered online. Designed for working adults, this hybrid approach provides face to face learning with the flexibility of online classes.

For additional information about Converse’s Child and Family Studies program, please click here: BA in Child and Family Studies.