Minor in Human Development
Completing a minor in Human Development may be useful for students who are aiming for careers that involve interacting with children, teens, or older adults. Students are required to take one of three introductory courses in Human Development, plus four more HD classes. Students electing the minor may specialize in a particular age group or area in HD.
NO SUBSTITUTIONS ALLOWED.
One of the following courses:
- HD1100 Lifespan Development
- HD1150 Human Development: Infancy & Childhood
- HD1170 Human Development: Adolescence & Emerging Adulthood
Four other courses in Human Development:
- Must include at least 6 credits at the 3000 and/or 4000 level
- Open to all Cornell University Undergraduates (except for HD majors.)
- You will not be assigned a HD faculty advisor
- You are responsible for tracking your own progress.
- All courses MUST be taken for a letter grade unless S/U is the only grade option offered.
- You must earn a grade of B- or better in every course.
- HD special studies courses (HD 4000, 4010, 4020 or 4030) will not count toward fulfilling the HD Minor.
During the semester in which you are planning to graduate:
- submit a copy of the Application to Graduate with a Minor in Human Development and
- an unofficial copy of your transcript to Marianne Arcangeli in G77 MVR Hall
Upon verification that you have completed all of the requirements for the minor, your college registrar will be notified, and your final transcript will indicate that you earned a minor in Human Development.