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Many undergraduate schools offer a Psychology major with a concentration or minor in Childhood Studies. You will likely be able to choose classes in your Psychology major that are childhood focused, as well as classes in other disciplines for your childhood studies minor. For example, I have taken many child psychology classes as well as children's literature courses and family focused sociology courses. You will get a much deeper perspective of childhood from multiple points of view. This has been helpful in the long run for me because I approach analysis from a multidisciplinary background and can assess situations much better. We need more child psychologists in the world, thank you for your question and good luck to you!
Sree Padma’s Answer
Good choice, as the interest in psychology, especially child psychology, is growing. For a college degree, you do need to look for the best-accredited colleges/universities.
Here is a website that lists the universities that offer Developmental and Child psychology.
Following are a couple of colleges that offer both undergraduate and graduate degrees.
Good luck with your goals!