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“Trayvon Martin and So Many More: Racial Innocence Today”
2nd Annual Childhood Studies Lecture
Wednesday, April 9th at 7pm
Reception at 6pm
Multi-Purpose Room, Campus Center

Spring 2013 Newsletters

Contact Information

405-7 Cooper Street
Camden, NJ 08102
856-225-6741
cstudies@camden.rutgers.edu

Department Chair and Director of Graduate Studies
Dr. Lynne Vallone

Undergraduate Program Coordinator
Dr. Susan Miller

M.A.

NOTE: These are general guidelines. Students should consult the Gradate Student Handbook for detailed requirements or contact the Graduate Studies Director. 

The Master of Arts in Childhood Studies equips practitioners and beginning scholars with the skills and knowledge to understand and to address the challenges which confront children throughout the world. The program prepares its graduates to conduct research with and about children, formulate social policy on behalf of children and their families, and work effectively with the diverse populations of children found throughout the world

Core Requirements 

Students in the M.A. program complete the following program of study in approximately two years. Most classes will be offered in late afternoon and early evening.

Child Growth & Development (3 credits) 
One course in cultural perspectives (3 credits) Children and Childhood in Cross-Cultural Perspective 
-Or- 
Literary and Cultural Constructions of Childhood (3 credits) 
Disciplinary Concentrations (12 credits) Each student will choose two concentrated areas of study, one from the disciplines in the humanities and one from the social sciences. 6 credits must be completed in each concentration. This will ensure grounding in two traditional fields of study.