Master of Science in Education - Family Life
This program prepares Family Life Educators with the critical skills and resources to assist families in effectively coping with life events and family transitions. Family Life Educators focus on healthy family functioning primarily through educational approaches. Concordia’s program integrates Biblical truths throughout coursework in order to give students a decidedly Christian perspective. Students learn to conduct family life education in a variety of settings to reduce the harmful effects society can have on individuals and families across the life span. A Master of Science in Education-Family Life requires a minimum of 36 credit hours of course work planned in consultation with and approved by the program director. Students in the Family Life Education program must complete a total of 120 practicum hours. These practicum hours will be embedded within the coursework with a focus on designing positive family programming.
The Family Life Education program is in the process of applying to NCFR for Provisional Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE) designation. More information about the CFLE designation will be available as Concordia University works through this certification process. The Family Life Education program is not currently NCFR certified.
Completion of 36 credits is required in order to receive a Master of Science in Education-Family Life.
|COUN 584/884||Human Development||3|
|COUN 592/892||Professional Ethics||3|
|EDG 526/826||American Family Today||3|
|EDG 569||Contemp Iss Family & Parenting||3|
|EFL 530/830||Marriage & Family Relations||3|
|EFL 540/840||Human Sexuality||3|
|EDG 515/815||Educ Research Methods||3|
|EFL 550/850||Family Law and Public Policy||3|
|EFL 880||Family Resource Management||3|
|EFL 560/860||Curr & Methods in Family Life||3|
|EDG 590/595||Thesis Completion Seminar||3|
|COUN 593||Individual Counseling||3|
|COUN 594||Group Counseling||3|
Note that 120 hours of practicum hours are embedded within various courses.