Faculty & Staff
Academic Programs and Curriculum Committee (APCC)
The Academic Programs and Curriculum Committee (APCC) in the Department of Child & Family Studies is a standing committee for issues related to curriculum, undergraduate and graduate program development, and professional continuing education programs (including graduate certificates).
Please refer to the CFS Governance Document for information on the structure, function and duties of the APCC (page 22).
|Ex officio non-voting members:
|CFS Governance Council
CFS has a standing Admissions Committee for each academic degree and certificate program within the department. Each Admissions Committee is responsible for issues related to admission of students to a specific CFS program, recommending policies for student recruitment and advisement to the specific program, establishing and monitoring the minimum program admission requirements, discussing admission trends and reviewing special admission requirements for the program, and reviewing program recruitment and retention strategies as well as student diversity issues, consistent with the Department, College, and University goals.
|Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Master's & Doctoral Programs
|Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health (MSCABH) Master's Program
|Rehabilitation Counseling & Disability Sciences Master's Program
|Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling (CRMHC) Master's Program
|Marriage and Family Therapy Master's Program
|Addictions and Substance Abuse Counseling Graduate Certificate
|Children's Mental Health Graduate Certificate
|Marriage Family Therapy Graduate Certificate
|Positive Behavior Support (PBS) Graduate Certificate
|ITRE Translational Research in Adolescent Behavioral Health
Tenure and Promotion
CFS Department-level Faculty Tenure and Promotion Committees are established as specified in CBCS Guidelines for Faculty Appointment, Tenure, and Promotion.