Earning Your Degree in Childhood Studies at BSU: A Unique Interdisciplinary Approach
Housed in the School of Social Work, Bridgewater State University has launched a new childhood studies degree program designed to prepare you for a range of careers. BSU’s distinctive interdisciplinary path leads to your BA in childhood studies and it includes the study of arts, humanities, science and education. You’ll accumulate the necessary interdisciplinary theory, research and skills to address the diverse and complex nature of children’s needs, which prepares you to enter a variety of fields, from counseling, public policy and social services to education.
The childhood studies BA and minor allow you to learn with dedicated and diverse faculty across disciplines in small, focused classes of about 25 students. Given your interdisciplinary access to experts in the areas of English, music, education, social work, psychology, criminal justice and more, you can determine which field best fits your interests and goals while earning your BA in childhood studies.