Consistency in execution is critical to reinforcing our brand. The following pages will provide you with guidelines and tools to properly implement the SU identity system on a University, College, office, sub-brand, and campaign level.
The Child and Family Policy Studies minor is an interdisciplinary minor that gives students an opportunity to study public policy and child and family issues. Students apply their understanding of healthy development to public policies and government programming. This minor requires a completion of 18 credits. To be admitted to the program, students must submit a Declaration of Minor form to their academic advisor, the undergraduate program director and their home college dean’s office.