Graduate Minor and Continuing Education Programs
Family Social Science graduate minors and continuing education programs offer the insights and methods of the social sciences to examine how families develop and grow within various contexts and cultures.
Faculty are nationally and internationally recognized leaders and researchers committed to your success.
Explore Graduate Minors
These minors include research and coursework across the breadth of family social science, including community collaborations and system change initiatives.
Graduate-level minors are offered at both the master's and PhD levels. Learn social science methods to deepen your understanding of parents, children, and couples in today's complex family systems. Your coursework will include family theory, research methods, and core family content.
This program will prepare you to promote healthy behaviors in populations across the lifespan. You will learn about systematic efforts to reduce the incidence of unhealthy or maladaptive behaviors, how to design and evaluate interventions and use this knowledge strategically to improve programs and advocate for change.
This online noncredit certificate program is led by Dr. Pauline Boss, professor emeritus and the groundbreaking therapist revered as a pioneer in the interdisciplinary study of ambiguous loss.
Learn more about Family Social Science graduate programs in the the online Family Social Science Graduate Handbook.
Faculty and Staff Contacts
- Sumitra Madhuri Ramachandran, Graduate Program Coordinator
Contact her if you have questions about FSOS Graduate programs at firstname.lastname@example.org
Family Social Science Leadership