Undergraduate Minor in Family Social Science
Preparing students for the future
Focused on the fundamental building block of society–the family–a Minor in Family Social Science will deepen your understanding of today's complex family systems. You can choose from four options:
- Family and Community Engagement to work directly with families in community settings.
- Family Therapy that will prepare you for entry level clinical work, advanced study in marriage and family therapy, or a practitioner certificate such as the parent education teaching license.
- Family Social Science where you will explore families from social science perspectives, including diversity and family systems.
Family Financial Studies that will prepare you to guide families and individuals in developing successful strategies to achieve their financial goals as an Accredited Financial Counselor.
Basic course requirements include couple relationships, family systems, and diversity as well as experiential learning that will give you the opportunity to apply new skills and knowledge in a supportive environment.
A Minor in Family Social Science from one of the top programs nationwide will complement any career path–from business to medicine, to law and public policy, to engineering and the sciences.
Percentage of undergraduate students who complete an internship or other career-focused community work and learning experience.
Students of color in the Department of Family Social Science undergraduate program.
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How to declare a Minor in Family Social Science
If you are a current undergraduate and are declaring a Minor in Family Social Science:
- 1. Choose the form for the minor you are seeking to complete.
2. Complete the form entirely. Print, sign, scan and email to Brandon Evilla at email@example.com, academic advisor.
3. Once it is received, Evilla will review, sign, and submit to CEHD for processing.
4. If the form is incomplete, he will send it back to you for completion.
5. Once approved, it takes two to three days for it to show up on APAS.
You have the option of fulfilling coursework or internship requirements on campus, in the Twin Cities, or during sponsored learning abroad programs, as well as national student exchange programs, including those offered by the Higher Education Consortium on Urban Affairs.
Please e-mail Brandon Evilla, academic advisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org.