undergrad iconHuman Learning and Development B.I.S.

What you’ll learn

Our program is designed to help you develop a wide range of career-oriented skills and knowledge in the field of Human Learning and Development. This is done through an interdisciplinary program of study. You will choose two of the following disciplines and complete an internship experience before you graduate if you declare this major.

Disciplines in the B.I.S. Human Learning and Development program:

  • behavior and learning disabilities
  • child growth and development
  • counseling
  • deaf studies
  • educational psychology
  • family and community literacy
  • learning technology
  • research methods and problem solving

Program Contact

Dr. Omer Ari
404-413-8060
oari1@gsu.edu

Undergraduate Admissions Information

Learn what you need to do to apply for undergraduate admissions to Georgia State University and the College of Education & Human Development.

Undergraduate Admissions 

You can do a research internship by taking EDUC 4982 Undergraduate Research in Urban Education (1-3) or a practical, community-based internship through EDUC 4670 Internship in Human Learning and Development (3).

If you're interested in the EDUC 4670 option will need to submit an application using an online submission form (https://gsu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1zQqLrYPLUmm2ep).

Get more information about the internship options:

B.I.S. Human Learning and Development Internship »