Master's in Family Social Science
A broad foundation of family science expertise
Family Social Science is a unique program using the insights and methods of the social sciences to examine human development over the lifespan, and how families work within various contexts and cultures. You will study:
- conceptual theoretical frameworks,
- research and evaluation methodologies,
- implementation and translational research, and
- community collaborations and system change initiatives.
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A master's degree in family social science will prepare you for a variety of careers in academia, clinical administration and leadership, policy-related firms, government agencies, independent research institutions, school systems, and social service or health care organizations.