Offered by the Department of Applied Socio-Behavioral Studies
Associate Professors Madigan, Mansfield (chairperson), Purk
Assistant Professors Clark, Keller, Ying
The child welfare minor is designed for students interested in better understanding the care and protection of children in today’s society. It introduces students to issues specific to children, from developmental, environmental, and social work perspectives. It is an appropriate minor for any student who will be working in roles that involve protecting vulnerable children.