BA in Child and Adolescent Development (Educational Contexts)

Program Description

Child and Adolescent Development is the study of the biological, physical, socio-emotional, and cognitive growth and development of the child from conception through emerging adulthood. Using theory, empirical research, and practice, this rigorous academic program prepares students to work as agents of social change with diverse populations of children, adolescents, emerging adults, and families in a variety of areas, including education, advocacy, research, policy, counseling, and/or other settings.

The Child and Adolescent Development concentration in Educational Contexts seeks to prepare students to understand and apply developmental perspectives and engage in ethical and reflective practices within the educational context. Recognizing that a developmental perspective is essential to effective teaching, the concentration prepares students to consider the diverse physical, cognitive, cultural, linguistic, behavioral, social, and emotional needs of children and their families in the teaching and learning process. 

Admission Requirements

Minimum 3.0 out of 4.0 scale or average 80% marks in Year 12th.

IELTS Requirements

Listening Reading Writing Speaking Overall
6 6 6 6 6


  • Score reporting required.
  • Total 120 Credit course(Yearly fee given)
  • I20(Visa Letter) can be obtained only after submitting a bank statement with a balance of USD $30,300.

Course Features
  • Country United States of America
  • City Sacramento
  • State California
  • Course Duration 4 Years
  • Application fee 70 USD
  • Tuition fees per year 16,800 USD
  • Cost of Living per year 15,000 USD
  • Starting dates Fall & Spring
  • IELTS (Total) 6
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