- Public Health
- H510 MPH Internship
- HDFS 310 & 410
- HDFS 430
Child Development Internship
Human development and family sciences undergraduate program
HDFS 430 provides an opportunity to participate in a research-based model early childhood program focused on student teaching, program development and evaluation, parent education and administration.
HDFS 430 meets daily (Monday-Friday) and consists of lecture, laboratory, conference, reflection, planning and preparation for teaching.
In HDFS 430 you will apply principles of child developmental theory in a laboratory pre-kindergarten classroom. You will also:
Yeng Thao, ’15, was hired as a behavior technician for children with autism immediately after graduating.
“I was hired on the spot after telling them about my experience with HDFS 430 and the OSU Child Development Center and how much it has impacted me,” Yeng says.