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49 Credit Hours
No matter your preferred concentration and area of future expertise within family science, you’ll have the opportunity to hone your skills and feel prepared for an impactful career.
Concordia’s unique dual-track program emphasizes job placement from day one. The program is accredited by the National Council on Family Relations (NCFR), which is a nationally recognized affiliation connected to the Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE) credential. Students who pursue the certification will receive a valuable extra layer of career preparedness.
Coursework within the program provides an all-encompassing approach to family science. Experience engaging studies in areas such as family communication, human life experience, resource management, family systems, and more. When combined with a foundation in psychology or sociology, the program will set you up for success.
After your time at CSP, career opportunities are boundless. Dive into an exciting career in family life education, advocacy, family coaching, family psychology, and many more. Further opportunities exist for those who go the CFLE credential route as well.
Dean of College of Human Services and Behavioral Sciences, Associate Vice President of Graduate Studies, Professor of Family Science and Psychology
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