Child Studies is an interdisciplinary program offered through the Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies. Several courses are designed specifically for the Child Studies program to reflect the interdisciplinary nature of the field of child studies and we offer courses that have relevance to both global/international and Canadian contexts.

Students will also be able to choose from a wide range of courses offered in other Departments at Carleton University (e.g., Sociology, Anthropology, Public Affairs, Social Work, Psychology, Neuroscience, Journalism, History, Human Rights). The Child Studies program will teach you to make connections across different disciplines and to consider interdisciplinary questions pertaining to children and youth.

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