Which courses do you need to pass with a C or better to graduate in child and family studies?
To graduate, you must pass all child and family studies courses with a C or better.
In addition to your child and family studies coursework, you must earn a minor in an approved area. The minor typically consists of 18 credit hours, or 6 courses. At least 6 of the 18 credit hours must be completed at the 300 or 400 level. No more than one D is allowed in minor courses.
All pre- and co-requisites must be met to take any of the courses listed in your major or minor. Check the catalog course descriptions to determine pre- and co-requisite course requirements, which you can view from the child and family studies page on the online catalog.